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MessageSujet: Autres films et documentaires   Jeu 22 Juin - 7:59

Voilà ce que je viens de trouver

Where the Wild Things Are

Type: Features
Distributor: Warner Brothers

Starring: , Michael Berry Jr., Michelle Williams, Forest Whitaker, Catherine O'Hara, Tom Noonan, Benicio Del Toro
Directed by: Spike Jonze

Maurice Sendak's fanciful children's stories of strange but friendly monsters come off of the page and onto the screen in this animated adaptation of his best-known work. After Max gets in trouble with his mom and dad, he's sent to bed without dinner, and he finds himself spirited away to a magical land where he is the king of the wild creatures. But is becoming king of the monsters really better than being with the people who love you the most? ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

Based on Maurice Sendak's beloved children's book, this video features a musical version of the story as it was performed at the Glyndebourne Festival Opera. ~ Iotis Erlewine, All Movie Guide

Radio Flyer
-Family Drama/Childhood Drama
N.Y. Times Review by Vincent Canby
Two brothers are the victims of their widowed mother's violent drunkard husband who spares no rod with the youngest brother. Reverting to a world of make-believe, they imagine that their Radio Flyer wagon can fly and that in it they can escape their tormenting stepfather. This film deals in an almost make-believe manner with the serious issue of child abuse. It is narrated by Tom Hanks. ~ All Movie Guide

Starring: Elijah Wood, Joseph Mazzello, Lorraine Bracco, John Heard, Adam Baldwin, Ben Johnson, Tom Hanks - Older Mike

Directed by: Richard Donner

The Dollmaker
-Americana/Period Film/Family Drama
Jane Fonda stars in this made-for-TV movie, which uses the backdrop of World War II and urbanization to tell the story of one woman's fight to keep her family together. Gertie Nevels (Fonda), the wife of a Kentucky sharecropper, wants nothing more than to one day own her own farm. Thriftily hiding her savings from husband Clovis (Levon Helm), she prepares to make her dream come true -- until Clovis summons her to come join him in Detroit, where he's gone to work in a factory to help with the war effort. Arriving with her children in tow, Gertie finds Clovis all settled into a tenement-like block house and living the life of a union man. Soon, though, the downside of urban life -- from monstrous neighbors and repressive schools to the pitfalls of the industrial landscape itself -- threaten Gertie's family both individually and as a whole. Despite Clovis' freewheeling way with money and his propensity to blame her for the family's problems, Gertie continues to save money. A lifelong whittler, she begins selling hand-crafted wooden dolls, and when the union goes on strike, Gertie finds herself supporting the family. Adapted from Harriet Arnow's novel by Hume Cronyn and Susan Cooper, who would go on to collaborate on the similarly themed Foxfire in 1987, The Dollmaker was directed by feature and TV veteran Daniel Petrie. It debuted on ABC on May 13, 1984, and earned Fonda an Emmy for her work. ~ Brian J. Dillard, All Movie Guide

Fallen Angels, Vol. 2
a k a Dead End for Delia; I'll Be Waiting; The Quiet Room
1993-Post-Noir (Modern Noir)/Police Detective Film
The second volume in this film noir style TV-anthology series, this collection of short stories revolves around the dark world of detectives and police officers. Called to look into a murder, an investigator (Gary Oldman) discovers that the victim of the crime is none other than his estranged wife (Gabrielle Anwar) in "Dead End for Delia." When an attractive woman captures the attention of a detective, he ends up entangled in mob business in "I'll Be Waiting." In "The Quiet Room," the underhanded plans of two unscrupulous officers go amok ~ Iotis Erlewine, All Movie Guide

Starring: Tom Hanks
Directed by: Tom Hanks, Phil Joanou, Steven Soderbergh

The Rutles 2: Can't Buy Me Lunch
2003-UK-Reunion Films/Mockumentary/Rock Musical
Monty Python-alum Eric Idle directs and stars in this sequel to his 1978 mockumentary, The Rutles. It's decades later and the Rutles are embarking on their final reunion tour. Along for the ride is S.J. Krammerhead (Idle) who, just like in the first film, interviews several notable celebrities who expound on the greatness of the "pre-fab four." Among those who appear as themselves are David Bowie, Billy Connolly, Carrie Fisher, Jewel Kilcher, Steve Martin, Mike Nichols, Conan O'Brien, and Salman Rushdie. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide

Tom Hanks – Himself

Horatio's Drive: America's First Road Trip
-USA-Biography/Social History/Vehicles & Transportation
This Ken Burns documentary is a vivid celebration of pioneering "automobilist" Dr. Horatio Nelson Jackson. In 1903, Jackson accepted a 50-dollar bet to drive from San Francisco to New York City in his 20-horsepower Winton touring car, the Vermont. With only 150 miles of paved roads in the entire country, virtually no worthwhile terrain maps and absolutely no filling stations, Nelson and his co-driver, Sewall K. Crocker, literally had their work cut out for them. Accompanied by their pet bulldog, Bud (fitted out in goggles and duster like his human companions), Nelson and Crocker embarked upon America's first transcontinental motor trip at a rate of 20 miles per hour -- and before their 63 1/2 day odyssey was over, they found themselves in the middle of a "race to the finish," thanks to the last-minute maneuverings of two competing automobile firms, Packard and Oldsmobile. Producers Burns and Dayton Duncan recreated Jackson's historical journey under many of the same condition, with a special camera mounted on their own car to simulate Jackson's point-of-view; and in typical Burns fashion, the two-hour documentary is rounded out with vintage still photos and recitations of Jackson's personal letters (with Tom Hanks providing the good doctor's voice). Horatio's Drive: America's First Road Trip was originally telecast by (who else?) PBS. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Starring: Tom Hanks, Keith David
Directed by: Ken Burns


Fighting for Freedom: Revolution & Civil War
-Military & War/World History
Filmmakers Phillip B. Kunhardt III, Nancy Steiner, and Peter W. Kunhardt explore the eternal struggle for liberty in America while simultaneously illuminating the hypocritical underlying factors that undermined the colonist's bold "experiment in freedom," in a revealing documentary featuring the voices of Brad Pitt, Martin Sheen, Michael Caine, Tom Hanks, Anthony Hopkins , Meryl Streep, Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, Robert Redford and many more. As the newly arrived British subjects staged the revolution that would cut loose their ties to Great Britain and give birth to a new era of freedom, a new hope for liberty emerged - but how then does one justify the presence of slavery in a society founded on the claim of all men being "created equal?" A blight on the quest for liberty and freedom that literally divided a struggling young nation right down the middle, slavery would be the last true obstacle in ensuring that the land of the free would truly live up to the ideals set forth by the founding fathers. As the north and the south set the stage for a bloody four-year war that would go down in history as one of the most brutal internal struggles ever waged, the resulting Civil War showed the willingness of Americans to actually stand up and fight to protect the rights of others as stated in the Constitution. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide


AFI Lifetime Achievement Awards: Steven Spielberg
-Biography/Film & Television History
This documentary from the American Film Institute salutes Hollywood's premiere director Steven Spielberg by awarding him a lifetime achievement award. The most prolific filmmaker of all time, this video displays his three-minute childhood films through to his three-hour epic masterpiece Schindlers List. Hosted by Oscar winning actor Tom Hanks, Philadelphia and Forrest Gump, this tribute recognizes the genius of Spielbergs work. Highlights include everything from the bite he took out of audiences with Jaws to the horrific realism of the D-Day landing in Saving Private Ryan. With a slew of clips from his films and featuring most of Hollywood's A-list actors, this tribute is mandatory viewing for all fans of movies. ~ C. Dwayne Smith, All Movie Guide

The Directors: Ron Howard
From Opie to the director of Apollo 13 and Ransom, Ron Howard grew up in Hollywood and this video details it all. Darryl Hannah, Tom Hanks, and Kevin Bacon are interviewed. ~ Jonathan Crow, All Movie Guide

American Experience: Return With Honor
-USA-Military & War
N.Y. Times Review by Stephen Holden
Screening in the American Spectrum section of the 1999 Sundance Film Festival, this documentary by Academy award-winning filmmakers Freida Lee Mock (Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision) and Terry Sanders (A Time Out of War) explores the 462 American prisoners of war who were held in the infamous "Hanoi Hilton" during the Vietnam War. Told entirely through interviews with survivors and previously unseen Vietnamese footage that documents their lives during the imprisonment, the filmmakers focus on the strength of overcoming adversity rather than the horrors of the war and the prisons. The film also concerns itself with the return of the 462 pilots held for over eight-and-one-half years, and how Americans celebrated their homecoming. ~ Arthur Borman, All Movie Guide

Saturday Night Live: 25 Years of Laughs
-USA-Biography/Sketch Comedy
Like it or not, for 25 years, Saturday Night Live has graced our living rooms on Saturday nights. The show has gone through changes and ups and downs in its 25 year run and has become a breeding ground for many talented comics who use its stage as a trampoline to stardom. This side-achingly funny retrospective features its most brilliant alumni and the skits that helped launch their careers. Includes sketches featuring Bill Murray, Tom Hanks, Steve Martin, Billy Crystal, and Dana Carvey. ~ Laura Mahnken, All Movie Guide

The Directors: Robert Zemeckis
The American Film Institute's Directors: Robert Zemeckis profiles the Academy Award-winning director of blockbuster hits and critic's picks. The video chronicles Zemeckis progression from a teenager obsessed with making 8 mm movies to a hungry USC Film School student to a red-hot Hollywood director. Considered a creator of modern classics, such as Used Cars, Back to the Future, Romancing the Stone, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Forrest Gump, and Contact, Robert Zemeckis explains how he cultivated his considerable skills and shaped his artistic vision. ~ Betsy Boyd, All Movie Guide

The Directors: Steven Spielberg
Two-time Best Director Oscar winner and easily one of America's most popular directors, Steven Spielberg and his films, such as E.T., Jurassic Park, and Jaws, redefined the term "Hollywood blockbuster." This video biography highlights his high-flying career, featuring interviews with Jeff Goldblum, Morgan Freeman, and Liam Neeson. ~ Jonathan Crow, All Movie Guide

America: A Tribute to Heroes
-USA-Concerts/Tragedies & Catastrophes/Vocal Music
Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Sheryl Crow, George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Tom Petty, Al Pacino, and many more entertainment industry luminaries teamed up on September 21, 2001, for this live telethon raising funds for the families of the victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks. The focus of America: A Tribute to Heroes were 21 musical performances, interspersed with speeches and personal histories commemorating the lives lost at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and in Pennsylvania some ten days prior. Simulcast commercial-free on almost 40 networks, the event garnered more than 200 million dollars in support before being released to home video in December of 2001. ~ Michael Hastings, All Movie Guide

The Making of What's Going On: All-Star Tribute
-Biography/Social Issues
Originally filmed in an effort to raise funding for AIDS programs (and broadened to benefit the survivors of September 11, 2001), a variety of musical artists joined for a rendition of Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On." Politically active regulars Bono, Wyclef Jean, and Michael Stipe are among the talent, which also includesJennifer Lopez, Britney Spears, Queen Latifah, Justin Timberlake, and others. This production goes behind the scenes to offer interested parties an in-depth look at the emotion and work involved in recreating Gaye's anthem to suit more recent events and musical tastes. ~ Tracie Cooper, All Movie Guide


Concert for George
-UK-Concerts/Biography/Vocal Music
N.Y. Times Review by Stephen Holden
Critic's Pick
This moving documentary, shot in high-definition video and surround-sound, records a tribute concert to George Harrison in London, at Royal Albert Hall on Nov. 29, 2002. An all-star band gives majestic performances of most of Harrison's best-known songs. They encompass both his work with the Beatles ("Here Comes the Sun") and his solo career ("My Sweet Lord"). The mood is upbeat but serene, and the performances capture his incense-fragrant music, with its mixture of Hindu mysticism and pop muscularity in all its grandeur. The Monty Python troupe and Harrison's mentor Ravi Shankar also appear. — Stephen Holden, The New York Times

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Date d'inscription : 29/05/2006

MessageSujet: Re: Autres films et documentaires   Jeu 22 Juin - 8:13

Dans Radio Flyer Tom ne fait pratiquement rien. C'est surtout mon petit Elijah Wood la star du film. Tom lui fait le narrateur et joue le rôle du personnage d'Elijah plus grand. Je n'ai pas vu ce film mais j'ai une photo que voici si tu veux !

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