Science Fiction • PG • 1999 • 2 hr 11 min
One of my favourite Robin Williams films, watched it since I was a young child and Sam Neill is great too! Great family movie, and acting.
Amazing and incredible film. Robin really does a good character portrayal. Sad but beautiful, absolutely loved it
It has Robin Williams in it, what else can I say? It was nice. A bit too long, but nice and cozy.
Drags on a bit as they really labour the moral/emotional points, but it is well-directed and Williams' performance is brilliant.
A very good adaptation, however it pales in comparison to the book.
Heartfelt science fiction. Robin Williams at his best. Tearjerker.
A great movie with some good effects for 1999 robin Williams does some great work despite not seeing his face halfway through the movie.
A story of friendship and everlasting love that concours all. I watch it every few years!
Interesting film. Hats off to Robin Williams.
While a few jokes slipped through, this movie very well looks at what it means to be alive and conscious. Need more like this
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