As a child I thought this film was really entertaining.
That's about it - imagine running away from home, living in a tree-house and having great adventures. This film was fantastic fun. It may not be highbrow art, but it is a fun film for the kids!
The other guy who commented on this film was obviously looking for something more adult and intelligent. I found that this film was well meaning and had good moral standing.
It is a film to take you on a journey and allow you to see things that you otherwise would not. A good exploration of posh kids meeting with street kids, alien experiences like living alone and being self-sufficient.
Very entertaining for a young mind hungry for stimulation.
It is about friendships and trust, independence and coming of age. Fighting your own battles and finding yourself.
I really liked this film when I saw it the first time in the 80's on television. I think I would enjoy it again, although I doubt I would watch it unless I chanced upon on television one night. I would consider watching it if I have kids, I would like them to see it.
hangover cure, this show works.
I love spending all day in bed on Sunday mornings/afternoons, especially after an all day session in the city centre, on hot sunny days... It's a great way to ease yourself back into reality. The subtle drama that unfolds weekly on Hollyoaks, heavily laced with eye-candy, easily makes it the only choice for a sleepy Sunday's viewing. Even if you miss it for a few weeks, you can be sure that one of the plot lines you remember will still be plodding along in the background, and reference will be made to it. Reassuring you that all is right in the world.
Yes, if no brain Sundays are your bag, I'd back Hollyoaks to the hilt. You can knock it all you want, but everything has it's time and place.