Stand by Me


Action / Adventure / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 91%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 94%
IMDb Rating 8.1 10 350903


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May 31, 2013 at 10:06 AM



River Phoenix as Chris Chambers
John Cusack as Denny Lachance
Wil Wheaton as Gordie Lachance
Corey Feldman as Teddy Duchamp
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702.96 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 29 min
P/S 7 / 59
1.24 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 29 min
P/S 22 / 164

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by theterminator-92378 10 / 10

a epic story of adventure and friendship

Stand by Me is one of the most iconic movies of all time and it has earned that title because it really is one great movie with a lot to offer to movies about growing up and i would say that this movie is more than the growing up story it's drama movies at it's finest. the amazing cast is Wil Wheaton,River Phoenix, Corey Feldman,Jerry O'Connell,Kiefer Sutherland,Casey Siemaszko,Gary Riley,Bradley Gregg,Jason Oliver. The kids of this movie are amazing they give such a amazing performance for both the kids and the teenagers and they are so real and give a wonderful view into the life of 12 year old boys. stand by me has a story of a group of boys who are looking for a young boys body and they go on a epic quest of adventure and we follow there journey from their small town to locate the body. i have to say that this movie is so iconic that it doesn't need introducing and the story is so iconic and the original is based on a story by Steven King and honestly I haven't read the book but i would think that it would stay close to the source material and for me this is such a good movie and i would watch it again and would suggest it to any one who likes a adventure movie.

Reviewed by Eric Stevenson 9 / 10

What is Goofy?

This is a film based on one of Stephen King's works, albeit a shorter one. What makes this movie great is how authentic it is. My only complaint is that I don't like to see the image of these kids smoking. It's also a little too short, but still good. Over the years, I saw clips of this film and was certainly glad to see the whole thing. The movie is narrated by one of the characters as an adult kind of like "A Christmas Story" or "The Sandlot".

I do love movies like that with feature kids acting so realistically. This takes place in the 1950's, but I feel as though it's truly timeless. It's basically one scene after another of these kids doing stuff like swimming, roasting marshmallows and running. I guess Stephen King is pretty fond of bullies. I am reminded of the thugs from "It" especially with how tough they were. With so many "Children Of The Corn" movies, great to see a wonderful Stephen King movie. ***1/2

Reviewed by georgepsoady 9 / 10

Captures a transitional and strange period in our childhood like very other films can.

Stand By Me is a brilliant film. This isn't because the "direction is great" or because "the soundtrack sounds is nostalgic", its because it does something very few films can, and that is to capture the transitional period from child to teenager. It is brutally honest and at times even too personal. This is shown brilliantly at the end of the movie when its protagonist, Gordie Lachance, now a man with two kids and a successful career as a writer, typing these exact words into his computer: "Do we really ever have friends as good as the ones when we were twelve?". That one line left a massive gulp in my throat for an hour the film ended, showing this really is one of the best coming-of-age films there is (and probably ever will be).

What the film does exceptionally well is changing your emotions within the space of 85 great minutes. At the start of the film we laugh and giggle thinking "Hey, I was once like that", and at the end, this time now with a few tears down our eyes we say again "Hey, I was one like that".

Although at times it is a little too sentimental and nostalgic, I don't have anything negative to say about Stand By Me. Many critics would probably argue the film is too short and could be a lot longer but yet, childhood is exactly the same and the film embraces that perfectly.

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