The latest film is extremely noisy, features some fine stunt driving, particularly in its opening sequence, but it's dramatically a bit of a dribbler. I'm still trying to figure out the relationship between the opening of the film and the ending.
This is a wonderful family movie with a very good story. My daughter loves it and it was also one of my sons favorite movies when he was a child. We had to buy it again on dvd when my husband made the mistake of getting rid of the vhs tapes.
When I purchased this portable air conditioner I did not realize it was only for window mounting. And it is made to be fitted into a window that opens by sliding up and down not side to side. You need a drill to drill holes into the window frame to mount it. I don't have a drill or proper window to mount it so Incan't use it. I turned it on for the night sitting on top of my dresser in front of an open window and it did cool my room down and the humming noise I find soothing.
It's hard to do anything in court that hasn't been done before. It's a static situation, and points are scored in tiny increments. No big witness-stand breakdowns, no tearful confessions. Thus, boredom creeps in.
Even though some scenes were added there are allot of scenes that were cut. Uncut should mean uncut. They cut the Hummer chase scene and the ending when you see the babies at about 4-5yrs old with Toorop. Very disappointed and will see about trading it for the theatrical DVD version. If you have seen this movie before on one of the pay channels then do not purchase this Blu-Ray. You will be disappointed. Take my word for it.