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Excellent animated feature film. Story with all sorts of sophisticated humoristic touches from the Yeti culture, the songs, and the motivation of the Smallfoot nature show host. The drama reflecting human behavior in relation to the Yeti, and the Yeti culture´s defenses is simply classic and brilliant, with its resolution rather genius with all its familiar qualities. Don´t miss this film if you value your sense of laughs and progressive culture.
Incredible film. Remember the Titans was very good, and had a QB from California who could do Tai Chi as the film honored a historic effort helping to overcome American racism and school segregation. It did not have, however, the truth that overcomes much of the hypocrisy of America and modernity´s fragmented soul. Woodlawn is the story of Tony Nathan at Woodlawn High School and shows how Jesus is not a Fundamentalist tool, nor a trite joke for ridicule. There are many paths to the truth, and I will honor the Buddha, Gandhi, Mohammed Yunus, Mary Baker Eddy, and Wangari Maathai the African Nobel Prize winner. This film may not make that truth clear explicitly. However, if Tony Nathan can come to tell his white coach, who is anti-religious at the outset, how he feels, if Nathan´s minister can get blessed by that white coach´s involvement, and if Nathan can overcome a cross-burning on his family´s lawn, then that´s OK, too. History and a stirring spirituality of Christianity go a long way in this film, which should inspire Christian films that have admittedly been showing increasing heart. There are ridiculous Christian films, and there are bearable ones. I ate this one up with its deft directing and acting, and engrossing sense of historical biography. Rather, make that an engrossing story. The fact that it seems to be historical biography made me a little angry that it has only been made into this film now rather than years ago, and I had to wait to see it until now.