Ralph Breaks the Internet
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Mr. Forman's specialty is tender farce played out in what are, essentially, very bleak circumstances.
An engaging, episodic, wonderfully fair-minded satire about runaway children and anxious adults.
It remains his [Milos Forman's] best film in and about America.
Czech director Milos Forman applies subtle European sensibility to his American directing debut, a bittersweet satire of family mores and manners in times of change.
Foreman's particular ability is to make the ordinary look interesting. In Taking Off he succeeds.
Forman's first American film is an idiosyncratic and original take on the generation gap.
At the time of its release, critics welcomed the Czech-born Forman's skewed perspective on a transitional period of American culture, but today the film, like so much else from the late 60s and early 70s, can best be appreciated as a historical curio.
really funny time capsule of the 70's. can be seen here
A lot of really fun scenes, but never amounts to much more than that.
This is a little gem from Forman's early days. I enjoyed it, although it gets a little long at times. It's good to see Lynn Carlin, too.
Very original and could only be made in the 70's.It has a Maysles Brothers feel mixed with Formans everyman charaters. I thought the story was a little weak and not sure if it would get better with repeted viewing.
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