Amblin' (1968)

R   |    |  Short, Drama, Romance


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They were both wanderers but to be more specific...Hippies.


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3 wins.

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22 May 2008 | I_Love_Spielberg
7
| It's a good experimental film.
Too see Spielberg in his early years has always been a thrill for me. I'm always looking for a film that he made in the days before "Jaws" and such. This particular film is no exception. It's about two hitchhikers who become friends in the end as they hitchhike.

The scenery was great, the story was good, the acting (despite no dialog) was good. I really liked this movie. It's a shame that Spielberg calls it a "Long Pepsi Commericial," because I see it as something more. I see it as a film about being separated from everyone else and then finding a friend along the way and being able to open up to others.

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