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That Was Then...This Is Now

Emilio Estevez , Craig Sheffer , Christopher Cain    R (Restricted)   DVD
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Is Amazon Screwey? Oct. 26 2003
By A Customer
Format:DVD
Since when does Star Trek Reviews end up on a review page for "That Was Then... This Is Now" staring Emeilio Estevez, Craig Schaifer, and Kim Delany? I Think Amazon.com has finally gotten to big to manage their own content!!!
However, this movie is one of the best movies that Emelio Estevez has acted in. We all know that [Estevez] had better rolls and was a more passionate actor during the earlier part of his career, that [this movie] demonstrates his acting ability.
The story is simple: two boys grow up together and feel like they are brothers. One of the boys [Estevez] gets caught up in the wrong crowd and ends up in jail. The other boy played by Schaifer tries to help [Estevez] stay on the straight and narrow.
Good story by the auther of the "The Outsiders", S.E. Hinton.
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2.0 out of 5 stars TALK ABOUT NOT FOLLOWING THE NOVEL......GEEZ! May 19 2002
Format:VHS Tape
Well,I was disappointed to say the least. I bought this movie because I had read the book with my 7th grade reading class. There was NO WAY I could show this movie to them. I knew it had a R rating but figured I would take the chance. Besides all the profanity, the movie DID NOT follow S.E. Hinton's story line. Emilio Estevez (he wrote the screen play ) defiated from it in so many ways. There are too many to list now. Even the ending was totally NOT the book. The character of Mark was played by Emilio and he "over acted" big time. I was not impressed by him. Kim Delaney is a great actress but the character of "Cathy" was NOT as protrayed in the book. The character of Bryon was by far the closest of all of the characters. Oh, and the character of Charlie....it was played by Morgan Freeman. Need I say more? This is definitely the movie that upholds the cliche'....THE BOOK IS SO MUCH BETTER THAN THE MOVIE!!!!!!!! I say...don't waste the [money], like I did!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Glad it was made into a movie Nov. 30 2001
Format:VHS Tape
This was the last S.E. Hinton book to be made into a movie. Of course the book was better, but that goes without saying (for most films). Two very close teens, Mark, and Bryon live together with Bryon's mom. Mark's parents killed each other in a fight when Mark was a child. Bryon grows to maturity, and Mark wants to hold on to the good ol' days. Bryon gets a girlfriend and things look serious. Mark get's jealous and resentful. Mark turns to drug dealing, and deals some drugs to Bryon's girlfriend's brother, M&M. M&M loses his mind and is drugged out in a hippie type drug house. Things get heated between these two brothers, and Bryon is faced with a life changing decision. Good coming of age drama. Emilio Estevez wrote the screenplay to the Hinton book, but,unlike the other projects, she had nothing to do with the making of this movie. Morgan Freeman plays a very "cool" bartender in this movie.
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5.0 out of 5 stars M+M lover Dec 22 1999
By A Customer
Format:VHS Tape
I read the book in 7th grade after I had to read "The Outsiders", and I thought it was just great, but I could never find the movie to rent, my "Video Watch" had it, and then it turned into "Hollywood Video", and they didn't carry it anymore, I was very upset. Then finally after waiting awhile, I went to another video store and rented it from "Video Update", and I loved it to death, I kept going back to rent it. I think that it's filled with romance/comedy/ and friendship. Mark and Bryon and Cathy and Terry T rule! I've seen it at least 15 times by now, and I became addicted to M+M's....M+M is the cutest :D so go out and rent it, and just see what i'm talkin about people! Peace out--- M+M #2
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2.0 out of 5 stars Gritty coming-of-age drama... Aug. 2 2000
Format:VHS Tape
If you are familiar with poverty, isolation and loneliness you'll relate to this film, which deals with such issues as dealing with family, peer pressure and growing past one's friends and surroundings. Watch for Morgan Freeman in a few scenes, his role as bar owner Charlie Woods revealing a certain depth and intensity.
Unfortunately Emilio Estevez's irritating presence makes every scene he is in well nigh unwatchable. And the script seems uneven, stalling every time he and his co-star had time alone on the screen. I grew tired of watching these two hang out, waiting for something to happen. Frankly the book was better...
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Sign Of The (Cinema) Times April 8 2003
By A Customer
Format:VHS Tape
Don't you just LOVE the way EVERY mid-1980s film featured an MTV music-video interlude, absolutely regardless of whether it was appropriate -- and even if it had no place at all in the flick, as happened with this one? Heck, if they had filmed "Pearl Harbor" in 1985, it would have had a music video concoction of some sort.
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