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Tue Aug 31 00:00:00 MDT 2010yvonne61 Rating:5.0
Good Morning Everyone at Overstock.... Hope everyone is doing well.... I bought this movie.. because I've loved it for years.... when I bought it years ago.... but at that time it was in VHS.... so since I only have a DVD player... I decided to get it again for my collection of all the movies I love.... I love this movie because, when I watch it... it makes me feel as though I've escaped for a moment in time....... it has everything imaginable ... like in the renaissance days... if a person likes to be entertained.. without criticizing or taking a movie personal...... then they'll love Excalibur... I recommend this movie highly... not to compare to the movies that are out there now.... but to just enjoy ... and feel the movie... as though being a part of it... Wishing you all at Overstock, a rainbow sunny week... with dewdrops of happiness that can't be contained... with smiles that are contagious to those who never smile... Have a blessed month of Sept.
Mon Feb 27 00:00:00 MST 2012dingleberry96 Rating:5.0
Martin Scorsese delivers such an amazing film that is full of imagination and magic. I was a big fan of Brian Selznick's book The Invention of Hugo Cabret and I could not have wished for a better adaptation.
Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 MST 2015ianorphan Rating:3.0
It was an okay movie it wasn't as funny as I thought it would be so it was just okay. Thanks Good Bless Have A Bless New Year
Fri Jul 01 00:00:00 MDT 2016cristeen r. Rating:5.0
I don't do many reviews and this is the first on a TV show but ----I love this show!! I had never watched it before and then seen a couple of episodes on the GET TV Channel and immediately went in search of the DVD set. Why can't they make shows like this again? TV from that era did not rely on sex, violence or special affects. The acting, writing and directing are way above anything you see on TV or the big screen of today. These 2 guys have chemistry, timing and you can tell they were having fun doing this show. They did much adlibbing on their own----- and it works. This has become my all time favorite show. There are moments of brilliancy in this show and some of the most touching scenes I have ever watched. Subtle and understated --- you may have to watch the episodes more than once to catch them all. I binged watch the entire series and then went back and watched just the scenes between Brian Keith and Daniel Hugh Kelly several times. I am still watching some of it over every day---yes it is that good. I would also keep a pen and pad handy because there are words of wisdom that you will want to remember such as: In the episode "Ties My Father Sold Me", Mark has tracked down his father who deserted him when he was 5. His father has turned out not to be the father he had hoped to find. Hardcastle tells Mark that he should at least give his father a chance and gives this little pearl of wisdom: "The trouble is people always turn out the way they are instead of the way you want them to be." At the end of this episode after Mark's father runs off again--Hardcastle says "Come on kid--I'll take you to a ball game." They walk off with Hardcastle pattling Mark on shoulder. He is there even if the Mark's father is not. In the episode "Mr. Hardcastle Goes to Washington" it is Mark's turn to dispense with some wisdom as Harcastle is trying to change himself and his image after he has been nominated for the Supreme Court. Mark, in a scene showing his growing maturity and wisdom tells Harcastle "Be hones--not political. Don't be so quick to turn in the pick up truck for a limo. When you go to the biggest party of your life you dance with who brought. Don't Change!" There are so many moments and scenes in this series like these. Brian Keith and Daniel Hugh Kelly are amazing actors. They are so natural that you lose yourself in the watching. You forget about time and surroundings and are just caught up in the story. Much like reading a good book and at the ending you close the book and give a heavy sigh---saying to yourself--"WOW! That was a good read." I say WOW!---This is a great show---from beginning to end. In the episode "Birthday Present Hardcastle is shot and has not been expected to live. Mark in the mean time is forced to shoot and kill a crazy sociopath. He comes to the hospital when Hardcastle regains consciousness. Mark looks traumatized and crushed. He looks shaken and pale. His eyes look as if he has had a hard cry---the kind of cry you hide in the shower to do. I don't know how Daniel Hugh Kelly does this---IT LOOKS SO REAL. After he sits down at the bedside Mark kind of folds in on himself and confesses to the judge: "I killed him----I killed a man judge. It only took one bullet and a 10th of a second. "I ain't never killed nobody before. It feels bad---it feels real bad. It's like I'm somehow worth less." This episode should have received an Emmy nomination---it is excellent from beginning to end. As you progress through the series you begin to see the growing love and respect these two characters have for each other but are reluctant and uncomfortable showing----especially Hardcastle. By the end of the series they have become closer than the blood ties other father and sons have. Near the end of the series is another one of my favorite episodes called "If You Could See What I See". The guest star is Rosemary Clooney---a top grade actress that was made for this part. Mark has hired her as a maid. She keeps having visions of Mark being shot and killed----and her visions always come true. In one scene Mark is helping Millie with the dishes. As they talk Millie asks ?Why do your feelings for hardcastle embarrass you Mark? Mark "They don't---I just don't talk about them much. That's all." At the end of the episode Millie is telling Mark how the judge sat by his side all night in the hospital----"Worse than an expectant father" she says. Then Millie leans over to whisper to Mark "He loves you--- I had to watch this scene several times on slow motion to get that as it is of course not spoken out loud but just mouthed. This show is a perfect show with a perfect ending. It is the kind of show one wishes they could buy a copy of to give to everyone they know. I have found out that there is a book written about this show and how it was created. It includes episode reviews, interviews etc. I have ordered the book but not received it yet. It appears to be worth the purchase and is available on Amazon and you can read the intro to it. It is titled: Hardcastle and McCormick by Deb Ohlin (Author), Cheri deFonteny (Author), Lynn Walker (Author)
Fri Apr 06 00:00:00 MDT 2012shardaydodd Rating:5.0
I was so excited when seen this on ur website and the low pricing blesses My son loves it..
Tue Dec 27 00:00:00 MST 2011tladd Rating:5.0
if you are a fan of doris day or brian keith you will like this one to add to your collection.
Tue Oct 27 00:00:00 MDT 2015Rhonda C. Rating:5.0
You will belly laugh with this wonderful (clean humor) comic! I have raised my children on Brian Regan and already have tickets for December when he comes to the Florida Theater. His facial expressions are the bomb!
Thu May 10 00:00:00 MDT 2012drxo Rating:5.0
The movie ships with few extras but introduces one of the Tom Selleck action/comedy films he made during his Magnum P.I. days. I personally loved the movie, because it had a slight flair of Indiana Jones and early 20th century adventuring in the Far East. The cast was comprised of several high-caliber actors (Brian Blessed, WIlford Brimley), as well as the lovable Bess Armstrong. She plays a rather snooty socialite looking for her Father (Brimley) before a hostile takeover of her Father's company leaves her without an inheritance. She hires ne'er-do-well Tom Selleck pilot and his comic relief partner to fly tandem propellor planes around the mid-to-far East in search of her Father. Mishaps and adventures along the way, including a dog-fight with a German 'ace' are part of the charm. Is it believable? Certainly not. But enjoyable? Absolutely. By the way, Bess Armstrong is probably best remembered for her Jaws 3D role alongside Dennis Quaid. If you grew up in the early 1980's, I'd definitely recommend getting this movie.
Mon Dec 21 00:00:00 MST 2015Lori P. Rating:5.0
These 12 movies about life help get you into the holiday spirit. They definitely show you the strength people have from within!
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