An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island
Fievel and his friend Tony Toponi find a map that they believe points to a treasure buried somewhere beneath Old New York, and the plucky rodent is determined to find it. However, what he discovers under the city is a tribe of Native American mice who were driven underground by prejudiced European immigrants.
- Stars:Thomas Dekker, Dom DeLuise, Pat Musick, Nehemiah Persoff, Erica Yohn, Lacey Chabert, Elaine Bilstad, Rene Auberjonois, David Carradine, Sherman Howard, Tony Jay, Richard Karron, John Kassir, Ron Perlman, Marianne Muellerleile,
- Director:Larry Latham,
- Writer:Len Uhley (screenplay)
In the historic melting pot of 19th century New York City, Fievel and the Mousekewitz family are struggling to make their American dream come true. But when a mysterious treasure map leads ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island torrent reviews
(au) wrote: It was funny and pretty entertaining but I still can't decide if I like it or not. Had the whole Fat Pizza vibe to it and Paul French was very funny I just hated the bogan chicks they annoyed the fuck out of me. Worth checking out if you have nothing to do.
(ca) wrote: An epic crime film from Korean Director Na Hong-jin (The Chaser) that in it's almost 2.5 hour length launchs the viewer into a complex and at times head-scratching plot that only demands that you keep up with it. The tone and look is gritty and grimy not unlike David Fincher's 'Seven' whilst it's display of carnage with knives and axes (there is barley a gun in sight) is extremely visceral and at times confrontingly gruesome. 'The Yellow Sea' also sports some of the most intense foot and car chases that I have ever witnessed. Performances are uniformly engaging across the board whilst the kinetic cinematography and editing keep everything rolling along at a cracking pace. This is a damn fine thriller that comes with my rock solid recommendation.
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(ca) wrote: Like most message movies, this one is painfully bad. Predictable, full of cliches, badly acted, etc. etc... Yes, we know there are homophobes out there - yes we know some cops are scum - so what else is new? The irony about this film is that the people who really need to sit through a film like this will never see it.
(jp) wrote: You've got to hand it to Paul Verhoeven. He's always had a knack to sex up all of his movies and he normally finds a way to inject some female nudity whenever possible....think the infamous three-titted hooker from "Total Recall," the infamous beaver shot from Sharon Stone in "Basic Instinct," and what he did to Jesse Spano in "Showgirls." I think he even throws in a shower scene into "Starship Troopers" just because. In this movie, once Kevin Bacon turns invisible, he does just what a normal guy would do in the same circumstance...he checks out hot chicks naked. This movie is probably already forgotten by many but it's really pretty solid and there's some good violence. I still hate that he kills the dog though.
(mx) wrote: never seen the original, but i enjoyed it :)
(es) wrote: Sinbad looks like he can be a part of The Bee Gees. I sure loved it when I was a kid, but should have just remain as a memory. The monsters reflect the late 70s craze with pseudo-sciences and aliens, especially the skeletal aliens and the alchemist part.Jane Seymour's too British and too skinny to be an Arabian princess.
(gb) wrote: My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.
(br) wrote: I really enjoyed this film. Bruce Wills is good value. It moves along fast, with plenty of action. Nice little story of corrupt cops hits the mark. Well worth the watch.