Aladdin and His Magic Lamp

Aladdin and His Magic Lamp

A young boy finds a magic lantern that contains a genie, and when he frees the genie he's granted three wishes. He uses the wishes to help the princess of Baghdad and her father fight off ...

A young boy finds a magic lantern that contains a genie, and when he frees the genie he's granted three wishes. He uses the wishes to help the princess of Baghdad and her father fight off ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Aladdin and His Magic Lamp torrent reviews

Maksim B (mx) wrote: Meant to be an award season contender, but trashed by the critics, Free State of Jones is an intriguing real-life story, performed by terrific actors, but suffering from muddled story-telling and slow pacing. Rather a sort of history lesson than a dramatization, the movie brings up a less known part of the US history, but fails to do something remarkable with these inspiring events.Free State of Jones tells the story of the southern farmer and ex-confederate soldier Newt Knight (Matthew McConaughey) and his rebellion against the Confederacy, which led to the separation of a the small Jones County, Mississippi from the Confederacy. The story is truly remarkable as it depicts events which many did not know (especially non-US viewers). With the interesting premises and the dedicated and powerful performances of McConaughey one would naturally expect to have a captivating, emotionally loaded and provocative historical drama. Unfortunately, these expectations are only partially met due slow pacing and lack of emotional connection with the audience. Director Gary Ross' movie is somehow too dry and too clinical, almost as a history lesson, instead of engrossing and emotional experience meant to haunt the viewers long after the final credits. In spite of McConaughey's devoted performance and the fine supporting work of Maherashala Ali, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and company the movie Gary Ross'delivery underperforms. It is not that Free State of Jones is a bad movie, on the contrary, it is interesting and educating, yet it simply fails to match the initially high expectations. With no connection with the audience, the movie just fails to materialize its true potential and remains a passable delivery if spotted on any of the TV channels.

Steve H (jp) wrote: Where has that time of my life gone.... I watched till the end in the vain hope of some explanation of it... It didn't come... It seemed to have been written whilst under the influence of LSD and you probably needed to be under the influence to enjoy it.....

Jon C (de) wrote: excellentI really love Hayley Atwell's home-run performance; she brings alot of intensity and sympathy playing a free-spirited sister making a purpose for herselfVanessa Redgrave and Imelda Staunton dont really shine until the end though but theres plenty of deep character development in the processits somewhat a jolly X-Mas story and it certainly takes its time complex emotions among seniors allow them to open up and divulge the skeletons in their closetsI was very heartwarmed by the music and the sense of joy that snuck its way in a few timescertainly pleased me and the audience who watches it should be as well

Brett W (es) wrote: Not as fun as the first one.

Willy E (de) wrote: one of frank's fav, family entertainment classic ;)

Sophie L (es) wrote: really funny, for teenagers

Paul T (jp) wrote: As the film progresses early on, and even more so as it enters the second half, it becomes clearly evident that not a single lead character in this story has any redeeming qualities whatsoever. David Lautie (John Malkovich) is an unlikable villain from the start, and as the film slowly limps along, his daughter Lucy (Jessica Haines) and her good for nothing neighbor Petrus (Eriq Ebouaney) follow suit. Lucy at first appears strong and charismatic, but then loses ground to weakness and poor decision making. The underlying story of the struggles between Lucy and Petrus gets lost in the mumbled shallowness of their roles. It's hard to completely devote yourself to a story (even one compelling as this) when midway through the film you begin to realize that you don't really care what happens to anyone involved. Granted, not all characters in a film need to be 'likable' to deliver a moving and thought provoking script, but when ALL characters fall flat, the film does as well.