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Sexy urvashi Watch PORN Videos Playable Videos. Unlike anything seen recently, I noticed that it stands away from traditional feel good movies, which in a way always become quite predictable towards the end. I cried - I'm a sook when it comes to overwhelmingly happy moments, as Stanley carried Zero up the mountain and also at the sad moments, as Sam is shot unfairly. Recommended for anyone who has an open mind about fate, and it can be spoiled by any 'non-believers' of Disney movies - best to watch it with children. Poor Stanly Yelnats - what a name. This film is an entertaining, fun and quality film. The film very cleverly follows the guidelines if the book, and tries to stick to the exact lines. The actors are all suitable, and you would expect them to be the part. They use some famous actors which give a great effect on the film. The graphics is a bit dodgy in some parts, and there are quite a few mistakes throughout the film. There is no such thing as a Yellow Spotted Lizard, for example. The camp is not as gruesome as explained in the book, and they tend not to show the goings on in the camp as much as the book. All of his group are mentioned a lot in the book, but are not in the film. Overall, a great film for a rainy afternoon. Loved the movie. Loved the two families crossing paths in history. Only question is if Sam gets killed then how does his family's line continue? He is Madame Zeroni's son and Zero is supposed to be related but no mention of any other children? Never mentioned any other children or wife prior to his speaking with and falling in love with the teacher? Maybe she had a child prior to becoming the kissing Kate Bandit? Even with the mistakes in the movie. Just loved it. The acting was great. Not sure where the story was with Mr. Sir being Marion a women at the end but makes his character even funnier. The other "counseler" did seem concerned for the kids but of course maybe not so much. Poor Warden must have had a really stinky childhood to be so mean when she grew up. At this camp, the Warden, and her two henchman, Mr. Sir and Dr. Pendanski command the campmates to dig holes after hole after hole. But for what reason? Stanley plans to find out. I never really had any intention in watching 'Holes', and i must admit, i only really watched the film, because i'm such a fan of Shia LaBeouf, but even if you are not a fan of him, then it doesn't matter. The story is lovely written and incorporates a wonderful idea of including flashbacks to the past. These are not distracting and really gives a great back story. All the cast are great. The young stars act well and the addition of Jon Voight and Sigourney Weaver are a joy. Shia LaBeouf shows that even at 17, he can act without any flaws. This is one Disney film, you definitely would enjoy as a family. More than just a "kids' movie", "Holes" looks at how past incidents still affect us today, whether we know about them or not. When teenager Stanley Yelnats III Shia LeBoeuf gets sent to a prison camp where he is forced to dig all day long, he discovers a number of things about the camp, and his personal connection to it. Through flashbacks, we learn that a number of things are closer than we realize you'll understand this better when you see the movie. LeBoeuf does a pretty good job, as do the other cast members: A very interesting movie. Once again, I immediately went to the 9 users in the "Hated It" category, just to read their fascinating insights as to why this great movie actually sucked and why the other 6 million of us are just too stupid to attain their august heights. I noticed that one loser, jpd 9 admits that he had a premature ejaculation at 20 minutes into the movie of the cassette, that is but that's okay, because he magically surmised the entirety of the film in those first 20 minutes. LONG before the warden made her appearance, LONG before Jon Voights absolutely hilarious almost over-the-top performance and especially his great "story" that he tells the boys about the magical kingdom where it never rained. He goes on to say that he can't tell us much about the movie cause he didn't watch it. Thanks for the heads up on that one, chatty cathy. Maybe next time you could just keep your stupid mouth shut. And FYI, those "aging stars"? So I'm guessing they know what they're doing when they choose a story line. He can call himself whatever he likes. I think its really great how the scene is set up. It's just the best! Khleo and Shia are great actors and have a great personality in and out of the movie I watched the out of scene stuff on DVD. I fell in love with this movie the first time I watched and have watched it heaps more ever since the first time. You guys rock! I think that twitch did a really good job at acting it must have been kind of hard playing that character. I've always wanted to be an actor but never known how to start. The mountain looked so real. Was it a real mountain? It must have been scary in that environment and really hot. Digging holes "builds character" for young boys in trouble. TxMike 9 August This Disney movie is much better than the title would indicate. I would have never watched a movie called "Holes" if I hadn't read some fairly glowing reviews. Weaver and Voight are fine as the almost over-the-top staff at the boot camp with no fences. Out in the desert, with the nearest water miles away, there was little incentive for any of the boys to run away. So daily, they picked a shovel, dug, and went about their daily chore of digging a 5-foot diameter hole, 5 feet deep. The movie alternates between modern day and former times, to show ancestors of them main characters. John, thinks big, and frames his shots for an epic feel that adds weight to the story. I walked in expecting a movie for thirteensomethings, and walked out feeling challenged and satisfied. Curious, how much more grown up and sophisticated "Holes" is than " Anger Management. This message came to me from a reader named Peter Svensland. He and a fr Reviews Holes Print Page Tweet You take a bad boy, make him dig holes all day long in the hot sun, it makes him a good boy. Who do you read? Good Roger, or Bad Roger? The argument culminates in Zero angrily hitting Mr. Pendanski with a shovel and running away, and the camp staff decide to erase their records of him and let him die in the desert. A few days later, Stanley follows Zero and finds him living under the remains of Sam's boat, eating very old jars of Kate's spiced peaches, which he calls "Sploosh". On the mountain, Zero admits that he was the one who stole "Sweet Feet" Livingston's shoes. Atop the mountain, Stanley discovers a field of onions that was once Sam's. The boys eat the onions and find water by digging in the ground, and Stanley sings Madame Zeroni's song to Zero, Zeroni's descendant, unknowingly breaking the curse. They return to camp and unearth the treasure. Stanley's attorney appears at the camp, explaining that Stanley is innocent due to the emergence of an alibi. The Warden tries to claim they stole the suitcase from her, but Zero reveals that the name 'Stanley Yelnats' is written on it, as the suitcase had belonged to Stanley's great-grandfather. Fearing that the warden will kill Zero if he leaves him behind, Stanley refuses to leave the camp unless Zero can come along. The attorney orders the Warden to get Zero's file, but the camp staff are naturally unable to find it, and Zero is also released. Stanley's family open the case, discovering the jewels, deeds , stocks and promissory notes stolen from Stanley Yelnats I. Using the money raised from the bonds, Stanley's family buys a new house and Zero hires a team of investigators to find his missing mother; meanwhile, the drought at Green Lake is brought to an end by rainfall. The family's luck seems to change as if in response to Stanley's fulfillment of his ancestor's promise a suggestion left purposely ambiguous by the narration. In a final scene, Clyde Livingston and his wife, along with the Yelnats and Zeroni families, celebrate the success of Stanley's father's antidote to foot odor, composed of preserved and fermented spiced peaches and onions and named "Sploosh" by Zero. The Warden is forced to sell Green Lake to "a national organization dedicated to the well-being of young girls", which turns it into a Girl Scout camp. Camp Green Lake is located on a dried-up lake in the U. Camp Green Lake is a parched barren place with the scorching sun above them with hardly any clouds, so the sun is always shining, making the environment much hotter. Camp Green Lake is a juvenile detention center, where inmates spend most of their time digging holes. The majority of the book takes place between the past and present. Protagonists deal with flashbacks existing from pre-dried up Green Lake to Latvia mids back to modern day Camp Green Lake. The town of Green Lake was named for the eponymous lake which also made it a prosperous town, but the townsfolk's murder of Sam curses the town with an eternal drought causing the lake to dry up. The themes typical of a folk or fairy tale are present throughout the novel, notable in both Stanley and Elya's narratives. Stanley's bad luck is blamed on the curse left on his great-great-grandfather and the Yelnats family easily believes in the power of this curse. Comments Keep it Clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language. Don't Threaten. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated. Be Truthful. Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything. Be Nice. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism that is degrading to another person. Be Proactive. Use the 'Report' link on each comment to let us know of abusive posts. Share with Us. We'd love to hear eyewitness accounts, the history behind an article. Latest E-Edition. Things have moved on from the events of the first film, and Skynet has developed a workaround for the whole "living tissue" conundrum. In which case, there's no need for the T to be naked, unless he's trying to trick any passing gawpers into thinking he's an older model of Terminator. Which would be exceptionally paranoid for an emotionless machine. Kicking off a whole new series of events, referred to as the Kelvin timeline in the Star Trek universe, JJ Abrams' reboot is chock full of twists, turns and some very weird villainous behaviour Apparently, even though he wants to take revenge for Spock's role in his own planet's demise, Nero is quite happy to sit twiddling his thumbs for a quarter of a century. Did the crew not get a say in all of this? Either Nero really holds a grudge, or - as explained in a deleted scene - he was captured by Klingons and locked up for the duration, before managing to escape more or less precisely the right time to pick up his vendetta with ol' pointy ears. Alien spaceships the size of Texas well, they're big appear, hovering above Earth's major cities like a giant cloud of doom threatening to wipe out humanity. Roland Emmerich's mid-nineties summer blockbuster luckily has Will Smith's cocky pilot Steven and Jeff Goldblum's nerdy scientist David to help save the day. David has a brainwave on how to disarm the mothership! All he needs to do is boot up his Mac, write a nasty piece of code and infect the aliens' computer network with it. But how is this virus going to be downloaded? How can a Mac be compatible with their extra-terrestrial, and far more advanced, systems? There is at least a deleted scene showing Goldblum dicking about with his computer to make it compatible, which at least proves Emmerich was aware of how silly this was going to look. Even so, you have to assume the aliens are big Apple fans. Maybe they invaded to get their grubby protuberances on an iPod, but arrived a few years too early..

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I also don't like the multitude of pop songs. I wish Disney didn't feel it such a necessity to sell soundtracks. The cast is across-the-board excellent, from the young kids to the old pros. Jon Voight is especially great. Not quite sure why we need Catwoman and the Fonze, though. BrotherNumpsie 12 February I recorded this ages ago but only got round to watching it today. I have been ill so had run out of stuff to watch! I am so glad I saw it, and which I could erase my memory and watch i again for the first time. This movie is so wonderful! The story goes back in time and at the end of the movie we see what the connections are. Some people have said this is a kids movie. There were moments when my spine tingled. The story is unlike any other film these days, full of adventure. I have just ordered the book from amazon, can't wait! K-Slicer 5 November In the area of movies based off of screenplays from some other area or whatever the title for that Oscar is , "Holes" has credibility. I think it is better to have the author create the screenplay because the author is the creator of the material. If the author can't write a screenplay to save their life, then have the author and someone fluently talented in the area of screenwriting create it. Aside from that, this review is about "Holes". The reasons start here and a spoiler maybe found within. I watched the movie and then read the book and both didn't reek incoherence or stupidity. Some people just have natural talents that can transcend mediums. He "dug" himself into the role. I wanted to see his character vindicated before the conclusion. This is the man that made Harrison Ford run hard and run fast. He also can make Steven Seagal smash some heads. As for this film, he made Shia and the rest of the boys dig some holes. In other words, he can make an "action-packed" movie and make it well even if "action" isn't the main genre isn't "action". Sometimes a goofy role brings out the best in a performer. When Voight uttered the line "Once upon a time He is capable of comedy and he should investigate a few more roles that let him to exercise that talent. I didn't know California was that dry or that barren. I guess population and land area figures both can be misleading. One could only imagine digging a hole in that barren area for half a day. Smith and the rest of the bill were tapped because of their talents and it gelled very well. Great cast even though it was anywhere near ensemble. When Stanley got clocked in the head with those baseball cleats, it made me want to see how weird the events could get and that is a key ingredient in making a good movie. It was palatable for me and I am a college student. The last mature juvenile Disney film I saw was "Something Wicked This Way Comes" and "Holes" possibly exceeds it like the election in , it's still to close to call. Disney can make greatness if they decide to expand on this genre and keeps artistry in mind over milking a cash cow when they see it. Ten reasons give a score of ten! All in all, "Holes" is one of my favorite Disney films and probably one of the best this year granted this movie may not be Oscar material but whoever said Oscar material is the best material? In terms of being a movie from a book I have read, this ranks behind "Fight Club" on my list which is on top. For being a film I saw in , this is in the top five somewhere behind "Mystic River". Compared against "Harry Potter", Stanley Yelnats easily takes a shovel to Harry's head and brings the final death blow with a smelly sneaker to Potter's nose. Here ends my rant! Shia Lebouf gives a great performance for his first film Above average flick I really didn't think this would be my type of movie but it was a LOT better then i expected it to be it was well written and well made and i liked all of the characters as well. Jon Voight does great here and as always adds class to any movie he is in. Shia Labeouf does very well here and is pretty likable i liked him lots. Khleo Thomas is very cool and also does well. A Disney movie that dares to do something different should at least be awarded for effort. For the first time events are not explained in details. The flashback scenes really do serve a purpose and present several mature topics that may surprise the viewer. I must admit that at first I was a bit put off by the seriousness of the movie. But soon I realized that we had to endure those moments to see the beauty of the story. Besides the story this movie also does a good job of questioning some methods that are used in correctional facilities. You take a bad boy, make him dig holes all day long in the hot sun, it makes him a good boy. That's our philosophy here at Camp Green Lake. So says Mr. Sir, the overseer of a bizarre juvenile correction center that sits in the middle of the desert, surrounded by countless holes, each one 5 feet deep and 5 feet wide. It is the fate of the boys sentenced there to dig one hole a day, day after day; like Sisyphus, who was condemned to forever roll a rock to the top of a hill so that it could roll back down again, they are caught in a tragic loop. Like " Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory ," it has fearsome depths and secrets. Based on the much-honored young adult's novel by Louis Sachar , it has been given the top-shelf treatment: In a time when mainstream action is rigidly contained within formulas, maybe there's more freedom to be found in a young people's adventure. Please log in to use this feature Log In. Don't have an account? Sign Up Today. Comments Keep it Clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language. Don't Threaten. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated. Be Truthful. Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything. Be Nice. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism that is degrading to another person. Be Proactive. Use the 'Report' link on each comment to let us know of abusive posts. Where's it going? The T-rex's boat crashes into the harbour, as in transit, it escaped and killed everyone onboard. But how? It's huge! There's no way it could have broken free and toddled on down to the control room to feast on the crew. Outside of the film's proper mythology - yes. In a scripted yet never-filmed scene, we learn that a bunch of raptors tag along for Rexy's mainland debut and break free. They're the ones that kill the crew. The first Terminator is toast. Still, that doesn't stop the evil robots of humanity's doomed future, Skynet, from sending back another machine to kill John Connor the leader of the resistance. We all know why Arnie arrives butt naked in the first movie. As Kyle Reese explains to Sarah, only living organisms can travel through the time machine or machines covered with living tissue. But where does this leave the T, who is made entirely from liquid metal and therefore has no tissue matter at all? Things have moved on from the events of the first film, and Skynet has developed a workaround for the whole "living tissue" conundrum. In which case, there's no need for the T to be naked, unless he's trying to trick any passing gawpers into thinking he's an older model of Terminator. Which would be exceptionally paranoid for an emotionless machine. After initially refusing, Stanley obliges, and the Warden is excited by the discovery. Meanwhile, Stanley and Zero, the smallest inmate in Tent D, who got his nickname because "he has nothing in his head", become friends. Stanley agrees to teach Zero how to read, and in return, Zero digs Stanley's hole part of the time. The camp staff discover this, and confront the boys. The argument culminates in Zero angrily hitting Mr. Pendanski with a shovel and running away, and the camp staff decide to erase their records of him and let him die in the desert. A few days later, Stanley follows Zero and finds him living under the remains of Sam's boat, eating very old jars of Kate's spiced peaches, which he calls "Sploosh". On the mountain, Zero admits that he was the one who stole "Sweet Feet" Livingston's shoes. Atop the mountain, Stanley discovers a field of onions that was once Sam's. The boys eat the onions and find water by digging in the ground, and Stanley sings Madame Zeroni's song to Zero, Zeroni's descendant, unknowingly breaking the curse. They return to camp and unearth the treasure. Stanley's attorney appears at the camp, explaining that Stanley is innocent due to the emergence of an alibi. The Warden tries to claim they stole the suitcase from her, but Zero reveals that the name 'Stanley Yelnats' is written on it, as the suitcase had belonged to Stanley's great-grandfather. Fearing that the warden will kill Zero if he leaves him behind, Stanley refuses to leave the camp unless Zero can come along. The attorney orders the Warden to get Zero's file, but the camp staff are naturally unable to find it, and Zero is also released. Stanley's family open the case, discovering the jewels, deeds , stocks and promissory notes stolen from Stanley Yelnats I. Using the money raised from the bonds, Stanley's family buys a new house and Zero hires a team of investigators to find his missing mother; meanwhile, the drought at Green Lake is brought to an end by rainfall. The family's luck seems to change as if in response to Stanley's fulfillment of his ancestor's promise a suggestion left purposely ambiguous by the narration. In a final scene, Clyde Livingston and his wife, along with the Yelnats and Zeroni families, celebrate the success of Stanley's father's antidote to foot odor, composed of preserved and fermented spiced peaches and onions and named "Sploosh" by Zero. The Warden is forced to sell Green Lake to "a national organization dedicated to the well-being of young girls", which turns it into a Girl Scout camp. Camp Green Lake is located on a dried-up lake in the U. Camp Green Lake is a parched barren place with the scorching sun above them with hardly any clouds, so the sun is always shining, making the environment much hotter. Camp Green Lake is a juvenile detention center, where inmates spend most of their time digging holes. The majority of the book takes place between the past and present..

Fearing that the warden will kill Zero if he leaves him behind, Stanley refuses to leave the camp unless Zero can come along. The attorney orders the Warden to get Zero's file, but the camp staff are naturally unable to find it, and Zero is also released. Stanley's family open the case, discovering the jewels, deedsstocks and promissory notes stolen from Stanley Yelnats I.

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The movie alternates between modern day and former times, to show ancestors of them main characters. As we watch we see there are connections which influence the outcome of the story.

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DVD from my public library. We follow Stanley Yelnats IV into the detention camp, accused of stealing expensive sports shoes, which he actually found on the street, but was sent anyway.

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He took his punishment in stride, tried to get along with the others, befriended a small boy who only spoke to him. All holes movie thumbs learn much later it click this boy who had actually stolen the shoes, threw them over a bridge when chased.

We also find All holes movie thumbs via the flashbacks why the warden Weaver was having the holes dug. Check this out dry bed had been a lake and an ancestor had reportedly buried treasure there, she was hoping to find it. A "spell" had been placed on the Yelnats family when great grandfather neglected to go back for the old lady and carry her up to the oasis mountain, and it never rained again.

When the two boys All holes movie thumbs out All holes movie thumbs the dry lakebed, the younger was injured, and being the old woman was his ancestor, when he was carried to the oasis the spell was broken and it began to rain. They eventually went back to the correct hole, dug and found a chest with his name, 'Stanley Yelnats', carved into it. He was the 4th Stanley, his great grandfather had buried the treasure.

Louis Sachar's compelling children's classic is about as Disney as Freddy Krueger.

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It's got murder, racism, facial disfigurement and killer lizards. Tightly plotted, it's a multi-layered, interlinking story that spans history to reveal Stanley's own heritage and the secret behind the All holes movie thumbs. It races from Latvia's lush greenness to the pock-marked Camp Green Lake hint: Hottest colombian women. Sign in. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet!

IMDb More. Holes Hide Spoilers. Sort by: Filter by Rating: Its not often one sees a movie that really seems to understand what its like to be a All holes movie thumbs. Too often, children are portrayed as precocious twenty-somethings trapped in the bodies of fifth graders: For further study see Jerry Maguire and Contact.

On the other hand, movies made for the ten and under crowd often All holes movie thumbs place in a world free from violence and pain, where the worst thing that could happen to a kid is a stolen bike or a serious grounding. Holes makes neither of these mistakes. The kids and teens are just as dumb as I was, and the world they All holes movie thumbs in, while not being seriously Japanese granny orgasm, is, at least, properly serious.

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The movie gets going as Stanley Yelnats Shia LaBeouf is mistakenly accused of stealing a pair of valuable shoes, and is sent to a boy's correctional facility. Except, this juvenile camp feels like Boy's Town if it was run by the guards from The Shawshank Redemption.

There Stanley is indoctrinated by the gruff Mr. Sir John Voight with crazy hair and a brilliant performance. The only activity this camp provides for these wayward youth is digging holes. The kids come around, but never completely, and the movie like Stanley himself doesn't worry about them too much.

All holes movie thumbs of them have bigger things on their mind. The story of Holes switches back and forth between the present and the past.

Like the palindromic name Stanley Yelnats it begins at opposite ends chronologically and works toward the center. Where the All holes movie thumbs of the past All holes movie thumbs and the beginning of the present story are explained. The transitions are gentle enough that the viewer go here not feel jerked around All holes movie thumbs much.

Even though the transitions are entirely organic, I can excuse the random transitions because, like I said earlier. The filmmakers actually have something on their mind. They really do have a story to tell.

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All holes movie thumbs Furthermore, Louis Sachar, the writer of the book and the screenplay seems to have gotten the tone just right All holes movie thumbs a movie for kids - just enough silliness and just enough bitterness. Stanley's father job is unreal he is seeking to find the cure for foot odorbut Stanley's emotions are very real. That's the secret. Most of all, it goes further in capturing what it is like to be young without portraying it as too horrible or too saccharine. The bitter and the sweet together is the secret of Holes' success.

Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote. Holes is a fable about the past and the way it affects the present lives of at least click to see more people.

One of them I will name, the other two are mysteries and will remain so. Holes is a story about Stanley Yelnats IV. He is unlucky in life. It is during just such a turn that we meet Stanley IV. He has been accused, falsely, of stealing a pair of baseball shoes, freshly donated to a homeless shelter auction, by a famous baseball player. He is given the option of jail, or he can go to a character building camp. With that the Judge enthusiastically sends him off to Camp Green Lake.

He at least wears his attitude honestly; he doesn't think he is nice. The camp's guidance councilor, Mr. Pendanski Tim Blake Nelson is a different matter entirely. He acts the part of the caring sensitive counselor, but he quick, quicker than anyone else in authority to unleash the most cruel verbal barbs at his charges. The Warden has a decided capacity for meanness, but other than that she is a mystery. These three rule Camp All holes movie thumbs Lake, a place that has no lake.

It is just a dry dusty desert filled with holes, five feet deep and five feet wide. Its local fauna, seem only to be the vultures, All holes movie thumbs dangerous poisonous yellow-spotted All holes movie thumbs.

Green Lake seems is, in many ways, a haunted place.

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Holes works in spite of the strange setting, and the strange story, because it understands people. Specifically because All holes movie thumbs is honest in the way it deals with the inmates of Camp Green Lake. The movie captures the way boys interact with one another perfectly.

It captures the way boys can bully each other, they way they can win admiration, the way they fight with one another, and the way boys ally themselves along the age line. It is this well nuanced core that makes everything else in the film believable. What is also refreshing about this film the good nature of its main character.

Stanley IV is not bitter about All holes movie thumbs past, and determined not let it affect him in the way it has affected his father and grandfather. There is at times a lot of sadness in the film, but not a lot wallowing angsty silliness. And that is refreshing.

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Either Yoda works really fast not very likely or Han and Leia have bunked off for some quality time en route to see Lando Calrissian. Given that the Millennium Falcon's engines fail throughout the film, we have to assume it takes Han ages to pilot the thing to Cloud City. Presumably there are several more off-screen incidents of C-3PO butting in as they're about to get jiggy, which is why nobody cares when he later goes missing. Before we had Arthurian legend being dragged into a franchise about shapeshifting spiritual robots, things were a tad simpler. The plothole: Sam has put a pair of glasses on eBay. Fifteen years ago, a story about a mythical bottomless hole somewhere on Manastash Ridge near Ellensburg took on a life of its own. But Jack Powell, a well-respected state geologist, points to a less menacing, real hole near Ellensburg that likely was the inspiration. It all started on Feb. Waters, in a lengthy conversation with Bell by phone, talked about a mysterious hole in the ground on his rural property about nine miles west of Ellensburg. Federal government agents seized the land with no explanation as to whether the hole was a dangerous threat or important to national security or both. Waters said the cover story the government gave was that it was the old site of a downed aircraft. Waters claimed federal agents forced him to lease the land to the government. The lease payments allowed him to move to Australia, he said. Waters said the hole had paranormal properties, despite the fact locals dumped their garbage there for years. He said a rural resident tossed his dead dog into the hole only to see it later alive outdoors with a hunter. Waters indicated he was acquainted with Central Washington University where his wife worked for a time. He said he lowered a weighted fish line down the hole, and he ran out of several reels of heavy line at more than 80, feet without it touching bottom. These details tantalized Kittitas Valley listeners who made the show the talk of Ellensburg in the next few weeks. Sir Jon Voight and Dr. Pendanski Tim Blake Nelson claim such treatment is character building but, of course, have an ulterior motive. All this suggests a requirement for the viewer to be familiar with screenwriter Louis Sachar's novel on which it is based, but this isn't necessarily the case. The film's story can be followed by anyone who hasn't read the book, but there's a depth of characterisation that is sorely missing from the film that anyone who knows the novel would presumably be able to draw on to fill in the gaps. Most of the real personalities belong to the adult characters. The triumvirate of Weaver, Voight and Nelson stray dangerously close to parody at times but manage somehow to avoid the obvious pitfalls and entertain while giving us reasonably hissable villains. Our young heroes, Stanley and Zero Khleo Thomas , work well together and writer Sachar builds a largely adversarial relationship between the inmates that would be as recognisable on the school playground as it is in a detention camp. Perhaps the story's main failing is the impression it gives of just being too clever. But at least it's different from much of the media offered to teenagers today in that it offers a thoughtful and intelligent story, and it is obvious that both Sachar and director Andrew Davis have put a lot of care and attention to detail into the telling of this tale. A very unexpected Disney gem about friendship. This is basically about a group of kids digging holes. Sounds boring right? It may start off slow but in the end you can't help but feel like you have spent your time very nicely. This is the first movie i saw with Shia Labeouf in it and i must say that he is turning into a excellent actor. He was great in this movie along with Khleo Thomas. Rounding off the great performances was Sigourney Weaver and Patricia Arquette. I recommend it. It was a pleasure to watch but it did get boring at times but comes out good in the end. Holes is a wolf in sheep's clothing. It appears to be a simple Disney kids film, but turns into so much more. Of course, that's where it's dragged down: At times it has quality of older films that are PG because there's not much offensive material in it, but at times it seems like a film fit for a Disney audience. When I went into Holes, I expected the script to be mutilated from the book, even though it's written by the author Louis Sachar. However, it's similar to the book, except with both a few welcome differences and a few unwelcome ones. At times, Holes has some very believable, palpable drama. You could feel along with the characters, no matter how undeveloped they were. Also, the film relied too much on flashback for most of the movie. It had uneven cuts, with much of the time in the middle of the movie revolving around the flashback, with not enough time at the present time. Although Holes wouldn't have worked without flashback, there was just too much of it and it did a Fight Club: Every man in his family is named Stanley because it is Yelnats backwards. For some reason, this didn't work in the movie. He's accused for stealing shoes donated to an orphanage by baseball star Clyde Livingston Rick Fox , while they just hit him on the head. Stanley thinks they fell from the sky. When he goes to court, Stanley chooses between prison or Camp Green Lake. Because his family is poor his father is working on an invention to cure the smell of shoes , and he's never been to camp before, he chooses Camp Green Lake. But is there some ulterior motive? Holes is a very enjoyable movie, with part drama, part comedy however crude and PG it may be , part thriller, part action. I liked to go along with Stanley, and the other denizens at the camp. However, there are a few fatal mistakes. First off, Sachar took out the most important part of Stanley's character development. In the book, Stanley was an overweight and teased kid, which helps with his change throughout the book. However, here he's a scrawny kid, and it doesn't help out his character. Weaver seemed obligated to do this film, while Winkler needed the role. All of them were good. I recognized Fallon as Beatrice from Men in Black, she has a distinctive voice. Overall, I would say Holes is a good movie, but you will like it more if you haven't read the book. My rating: Different enough to love After hearing rave reviews of this movie off my sister avid Disney fan I was skeptical about watching it until a friend studied it for school. Unlike anything seen recently, I noticed that it stands away from traditional feel good movies, which in a way always become quite predictable towards the end. I cried - I'm a sook when it comes to overwhelmingly happy moments, as Stanley carried Zero up the mountain and also at the sad moments, as Sam is shot unfairly. Recommended for anyone who has an open mind about fate, and it can be spoiled by any 'non-believers' of Disney movies - best to watch it with children. Poor Stanly Yelnats - what a name. This film is an entertaining, fun and quality film. The film very cleverly follows the guidelines if the book, and tries to stick to the exact lines. The actors are all suitable, and you would expect them to be the part. They use some famous actors which give a great effect on the film. The graphics is a bit dodgy in some parts, and there are quite a few mistakes throughout the film. There is no such thing as a Yellow Spotted Lizard, for example. The camp is not as gruesome as explained in the book, and they tend not to show the goings on in the camp as much as the book. All of his group are mentioned a lot in the book, but are not in the film. Overall, a great film for a rainy afternoon. Loved the movie. Loved the two families crossing paths in history. Only question is if Sam gets killed then how does his family's line continue? He is Madame Zeroni's son and Zero is supposed to be related but no mention of any other children? Never mentioned any other children or wife prior to his speaking with and falling in love with the teacher? Maybe she had a child prior to becoming the kissing Kate Bandit? Even with the mistakes in the movie. Just loved it. In it was ranked number six among all-time children's novels in a survey published by School Library Journal. Holes was adapted by Walt Disney Pictures as a feature film of the same name released in A sequel to Holes entitled Small Steps was published in and centers on one of the secondary characters in the novel, Armpit. Stanley Yelnats IV is a year-old boy from a hard-working but poor family that is allegedly affected by a curse of bad luck, which they blame on Stanley's "no-good-dirty-rotten pig-stealing-great-great-grandfather". Stanley is sent to Camp Green Lake, a juvenile corrections facility which is ironically located in the middle of a sterile desert. As punishment, the camp inmates are assigned to dig one hole each day five feet wide and five feet deep in order to 'build character'. Stanley soon begins to suspect that they are really digging to find something hidden beneath the ground. Stanley's great-great-grandfather, Elya Yelnats, is in love with a fifteen-year-old girl named Myra Menke. However, a much older pig farmer named Igor Barkov also wants to marry her, offering Myra's father his heaviest pig in exchange for Myra's hand in marriage. Desperate to impress Myra and her father, Elya goes to his friend Madame Zeroni for help. Despite not approving of Myra as a partner, she gives him a tiny piglet, telling him to carry it up a mountain every day, and let it drink from a stream while singing to it. Every day the water will make it grow bigger, and Elya will grow stronger. On the last day, after he carries the pig one last time, he must carry Madame Zeroni herself up the mountain to do the same, as he will then be strong enough to carry her. However, Zeroni warns him that if he does not carry her up the mountain, his family will be cursed. Elya follows her directions, and the piglet grows to a large size, but he does not carry it up on the final day in order to have time to clean up. After the pigs weigh the same, Myra uses an arbitrary number selection tactic to choose, and Elya leaves in disgust. Forgetting his promise to Madame Zeroni, he moves to America to start a new life, falls in love, and marries, but he is beset by Zeroni's curse. The song that he sang to the piglet becomes a lullaby that is passed down among Elya's descendants, who are all named Stanley due to its palindromic relation to the name Yelnats. In the year , the town of Green Lake is a flourishing lakeside community. Katherine Barlow, the white local schoolteacher, falls in love with Sam, an African-American onion seller, while rejecting advances from wealthy resident Charles Walker nicknamed "Trout" due to the smell of his feet. There is an uproar in the town after Kate and Sam are seen kissing in an alley. After a mob burns down the schoolhouse, Katherine recognizes that Sam is in grave danger. She finds Sam and they attempt an escape across the lake in Sam's rowboat , but Walker and the mob intercept them with Walker's motorboat, ramming the smaller vessel and sinking it. Sam is ruthlessly shot and killed in the water, while Kate is "rescued" against her wishes. He and a fr Reviews Holes Print Page Tweet You take a bad boy, make him dig holes all day long in the hot sun, it makes him a good boy. Who do you read? Good Roger, or Bad Roger? Roger Ebert This message came to me from a reader named Peter Svensland. Popular Reviews Mary Magdalene. Pet Sematary. Working Woman..

Holes is an intelligent, insightful and witty family movie. It entertains, and not in any cheap way.

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It is not a comedy, though it has its laughs. It dares to be compelling, All holes movie thumbs many family All holes movie thumbs tend to play it safe and conventional. As such it transcends the family movie genera and simply becomes a good film that everyone can enjoy.

I give it a I couldn't keep from commenting after reading the very short "Not bad" commentary. This movie is much better than just not bad.

The acting is stellar, even from the children in the cast, who don't play cute or anything else but act just like my son's friends. The All holes movie thumbs is smart and expects it's audience to be as well. The double back flash story lines are imaginative and contribute to the story rather than act as time filler.

I watched this movie with my kids and then I watched it again by myself a few days later. If you have kids and are sick to death of movies that inspire a diabetic coma with their syrupy sweetness, then check out "Holes. How many movies can you say that about? Agent10 24 April Typically, "kids" films have some annoying quality to it that makes it way too sappy and unbearable for someone over But then again, that's before Holes hit the scene. Sure, it has the All holes movie thumbs same moments that often times give a kids movie its aforementioned quality, but this film does a good job of staying away from such conventions.

The acting was decent, and the uneasy dynamics that Stanley had with some of the other campers was more realistic than what most movies seek to portray. Https://cfnm.planetlagu.host/post2899-laq.php I especially liked about this movie was the fact that this film didn't try to break your heart or make you cry. The emotional power was a little more natural than most would imagine, kind of like The Shawshank Redemption in many ways which Holes also has a similar, redemptive ending to it.

The only down side? The hokey looking lizards. HOLES is not your average Disney stuff- it's very, very fun, even for adults who usually cringe at the cutesy, focus-group designed "family entertainment" that Uncle Walt's studio passes off as live-action. Perhaps the secret of this film's success is in its faithfulness to the original book, which is a little bit darker than your average kid stuff. The action begins when Stanley Yelnats is All holes movie thumbs to a boys' prison camp, where all the inmates are forced to dig holes under the desert sun as a form of rehibilitation.

But as the story progresses, Stanley's tale becomes interwoven with that of a legendary treasure, and this adventure becomes ten times more fun than any Disney movie about an all-boy prison camp has any right to be.

Jon Voight is especially nasty and colorful, and Sigourney Weaver is beautiful, as always. And I'm All holes movie thumbs Truly one of the most fantastic films All holes movie thumbs have ever had the pleasure of watching. What's so wonderful is that very rarely does a good book turn into a movie that is not only good, but if possible better than the novel it was based on.

Perhaps in the case of Lord of the Rings and Trainspotting, but it is a rare occurrence indeed. But I think that the fact that Louis Sachar was involved from the beginning helped masses, so that the film sticks close to the story but takes it even further.

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