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Cocoon

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While secretly using their neigh pour’s pool, a group of old people find Cocoon which were left by aliens, storing them in this pool ready to restore it to their home. These people figure out that cocoons have tremendous power. They were given a power of youth. The peaceful aliens offer old people to go with them to their planet.
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CRITICS OF "Cocoon"
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Parallax View
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March 24, 2013

... much of the beauty of Cocoon... has to do with its deft, loving observation of the things of this Earth.
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Common Sense Media

December 14, 2010

Sex talk, language make iconic '80s sci-fi better for teens.
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Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

May 12, 2003

Am I the only one who thinks the aliens ate all those folks they spirited away?
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Reel.com

March 30, 2005

Poignant tale: To Age or Not to Age, That is the Question.
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TV Guide
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June 04, 2007

A gentle and effective heart-tugger.
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New York Times

May 20, 2003

It has no real competition as this season's reigning fairy tale.
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Variety
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June 04, 2007

Cocoon weaves a mesmerizing tale.
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Spirituality and Practice
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August 22, 2004

A funny, tender and touching sci-fi drama, Cocoon is a movie for all generations.
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Chicago Reader
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June 04, 2007

Director Ron Howard brings a quality of gentleness and whimsy to the performances, but basically this is a highly calculated project brought in by those two old pros, producers Richard Zanuck and David Brown.
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Moviehole

July 11, 2003

A splendid combo of grand peformances and expert direction
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Time Out
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February 09, 2006

Essentially, this is sci-fi with a heart, albeit one made entirely of cheese.
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Variety
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August 06, 2010

An amiable, life-affirming fantasy-comedy about the rejuvenation of crotchery oldsters whose main distinction is offering roles to senior actors like Don Ameche (who won an Oscar), Hume Cronyn, and Jessica Tandy
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