Angelina Ballerina: Angelina Sets Sail

Angelina Ballerina: Angelina Sets Sail

Join Angelina and her friends as they set sail on an ocean adventure to Miss Lilly's homeland, Dachovia, for a very special dance performance.

Join Angelina and her friends as they set sail on an ocean adventure to Miss Lilly's homeland, Dachovia, for a very special dance performance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Angelina Ballerina: Angelina Sets Sail torrent reviews

Gen L (ru) wrote: Wonderful Lam Suet Best Green LeafMake this Movie better than PTU 1As usual as TO KEI FUNG style

Glen C (ca) wrote: An ok movie but not good enough to buy.

Petros T (de) wrote: "Never Say Never Again", one of the few non-Eon Bond films, feels rather uneven - quite tense at times and rather plodding at others - but still comfortably above par. Connery is on good form as always, deshpite him opting for "sh" inshtead of "s" thish time round. Brandauer is a fine villain, Kim is less of a piece of wood than most Bond girls and Rowan Atkinson turns in a pleasant performance in his first movie role. The disgraceful miscastings of M, Q and Moneypenny aside, this is good fun.

Kevin R (fr) wrote: I feel like I spent a week licking a pool table.Popeye Doyle follows the drug dealer that got away from him in New York to Marseille. He quickly sticks out and finds it hard to work with the local police force. Eventually, he is kidnapped and drugged by the very drug dealer he hunts down. Can Doyle escape the drug dealer and finally bring him down?"He's very evident. Very visible."John Frankenheimer, director of The Manchurian Candidate (1962), Reindeer Games, Ronin, The Island of Dr. Moreau (1992), and Birdman of Alcatraz, delivers French Connection 2. The storyline for this picture starts in a very exciting and thrilling way and gets bogged down with the drug plot. The acting is fairly good and Hackman is awesome as the main character."I heard you shout. You mustn't shout."I enjoyed the first film and decided to give this a shot. The beginning was very good and I thought this may end up better than the first one, but the Hackman being drugged scenes didn't seem natural. Overall, this is worth a viewing if you enjoyed the first film but not as good as it could have been."I'm going to make oatmeal out of your fucking knee caps."Grade: C+

Allan C (gb) wrote: 1970s made-for-TV movie about a series of grizzly murders in Louisiana, where the sheriff begins to suspect that the killings may be the work of a werewolf. Not terrible, but nothing worth going out of your way to watch. I think I mostly liked the 70s redneck exploitation feel of the film (i.e. "White Lightning" or "Walking Tall") and that was enough to make it worth watching for me. David Janssen and Barbara Rush were the only big name actors in the film, though you do also get Royal Dano and Geoffery Lewis.

blanky a (fr) wrote: The movie Brother Sun, Sister Moon, is a fantastic film. Set in Crusade-era Italy, this film recounts the amazing life of Francis of Assisi. A boy who went off to a war in a far-away land comes home bruised in mind, body, and soul, but discovers the true value of life, love, and faith. Overall, the movie is a masterfully directed and artistically rendered cinematic treasure, with a powerful yet subtle musical score which will warm the heart and soul of any person who watches it

Robert N (de) wrote: Most of the actors and actresses were non-professionals giving clunky readings, but the leads Rosaura Revueltas and Juan Chacn more than made up for it. I got choked up at a few parts, and cheered when the mass of picketing wives of miners pulled cops out of their charging cars and sent them packing.

Damien K (it) wrote: It is one of the best movie adaptations of a book I've seen. It is also one of my favorite children's tales. Oh, and the book was written by Jean Cocteau, that should be enough of a reason to watch it.

Sarah A (ru) wrote: Love Cary Grant, and I find it amusing he made absolutely no attempt at a French accent. He just spoke in his normal Cary Grant-y way.

Na D (gb) wrote: Al Pacino one man show.