The movie was nice, no more, no less. Marshall cuts Mark free and then they swim to the surface. That is why my family bought!! Nevertheless, I was thoroughly entertained. We've seen this one at least 50 times. The only reason I watched this movie was at the request of my two incredibly theatrically unknowledged roommates. All Rights Reserved Disclaimer: This site does not store any files on its server. He sees Mark under the water, his pants are stuck on a branch.
Take the part in the bears' cave - I know I wouldn't stand up to having so many bears roaring all around me with no visible route of escape. I enjoyed the film a lot. This movie was very good!! And to my surprise it was very good!! When I heard that Jonathan Taylor Thomas was doing a movie with Devon Sawa at the height of my teenybopper stage, needless to say I was excited. Let's see: formula for a good movie. Everyone keeps telling them that bears sleep alone.
I laughed hard again and again. Marty starts the boat, but hits a log and Marshall goes in with the flashlight. The nature and wildlife shots are just fantastic, and you wonder if the actors are actually in the same shots as the animals, or if it's just a brilliant camera trick. Unfortunately, the kinks weren't worked out in the script. An eagle flys by and snatches up a fish.
I'll be honest, my wife is the one who ordered this from Netflix and I didn't want to see it. If you want to see good parts, just fast-forward to scenes with the wild animals chasing the kids. Goofs When the boys are filming Marshals antics at the beginning of the movie, they use a Kodak Brownie 8mm camera. The reason I didn't give it a 10 was because it did seem a tad bit too long. I think that people can relate to the Stouffers brothers: Sweet, quiet, animal loving Marshall Jonathan Taylor Thomas , who narrates and is the epitome of a young boy; Girl crazy Mark Devon Sawa ; or Marty Scott Bairstow , the older, most mature of the group who loves filming.
This movie is a 2, maybe 3, tops, but only because of the good actors. Anyway, I expect that the real adventures of the real Marty and his brothers weren't quite as colorful as those of the characters in the film. This time, they're not taking any chance's. Aside from a few good vistas, some nice camera angles, and a strong bit part by Danny Glover, there isn't really any reason to bother with this one. Many of the sequences are longer than that. Further, the camera held only two minutes of film and the spring wind would expose less than one minute. The acting was fine and the plot was good enough.
Has just the right amount of excitement, family drama, danger and humour. I thought it was going to be a really kiddie movie but it turned out to be great! Also, an equal amount is on the feed reel, unshown, even though they have apparently shown all the film they had. The man was telling them about how the alligator ate his dog in one swallow, then took of his leg. The movie doesn't know which direction it's going, whether it's drama, comedy, coming of age, etc. And his brother who played Casper in the original Casper film. Our kids see so much violence and family destruction- they need to see something positive.
Discovering a streaming service to buy, rent, download, or watch the William Dear-directed movie via subscription can be confusing, so we here at Moviefone want to help you out. I recommend it to anyone all ages. Being that this movie was based on a true story, I wonder how the real brothers felt about the movie and how their characters were portrayed. The good includes an effective cast and stellar locations, not to mention a glorified cameo by an actor whom I'm not going to name, but he was a fairly big-time actor at the time. Instead this is a low-budget and somewhat corny—okay, pretty corny—family film like, oh, Because of Winn-Dixie.
They run to the van to get the camera, but the doors are locked. In this movie it doesn't. It is a great Saturday afternoon movie to watch with kids. Let me be the one to warn you, it is not. With the begrudging approval of their no-nonsense father, the brothers set out on a dangerous cross-country camping trip, intending to capture on film their encounters with wild animals and the last remnants of the natural world in the rapidly vanishing American West. The brothers want the piece de resistance of their film to be an infamous cave where a group of bears are reputed to sleep together, the rumor that actually starts their trip and leads to the biggest adventure of all.
There's also some quality animal photography. So we watched this film. Mark has also done work on other television shows including some that have ties to nature like Wild America. Things are thrown around too much. After this dreck, I can only hope he has spent the last 10 years concentrating on his education, and perhaps he can arrange a come back in his late twenties. Jonathan Taylor Thomas was an amazing child actor.
It was very believable and the theme is definitely something I would encourage my students to evaluate and analyze as their own lives reflect some of the same things these young men experienced. Mark put on wet pants and went into the bog. I didn't remember Jonathan Taylor Thomas Weiss in any other shows, but he has a very commanding presence on screen. By the time he got to the bait, the bog was up to his neck. Although this is an old movie, I just saw it on television for the first time.