Ratings are purely subjective and are all over the place. Don’t take them too seriously.
Favourites are whatever i feel like
Two parallel, mirror stories between Deer Meadow and Twin Peaks. The local police force is corrupt and negligent, whilst in Twin Peaks it’s compassionate and heroic. The local Diner is dirty, grimy and run by a decrepit, nasty old lady, whilst in Twin Peaks it’s idyllic and run by young, pretty women. The blonde in Deer Meadows who was murdered wasn’t the town sweetheart, she was a prostitute who wore her emotions and sorrows on her sleeve, and nobody mourned…
Emotionally manipulative heartless kitsch. Godard said “Every film is the result of the society that produced it. That’s why the American cinema is so bad now. It reflects an unhealthy society. This applies perfectly here. Bridge to Tarabithia spews the same redundant, meaningless values that have been spewed out by the cinema of America for the past 30 years.