In the Fiji islands, the greedy and unscrupulous owner of the Valalola Resort Primal Park invites investors and guests for an opening party of his compound composed of hotel and zoo aiming ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Attack of the Sabertooth
In the Fiji islands, the greedy and unscrupulous owner of the Valalola Resort Primal Park invites investors and guests for an opening party of his compound composed of hotel and zoo aiming ...
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Rob S (au) wrote: I really liked this next Muppets film, more than the last. Many things brought me back to my youth while I watched the show on TV. The celebrity cameos were all quite good, especially Tina Fey and Ricky Gervais. I'd skip the last one and go right to this one if you're looking for a simple, good time.
Kevin L (br) wrote: Dear Mr. Watterson is a passionate documentary, with spectacular animation sequences, that reaches out to cartoonists and comic strips in general in addition to Calvin and Hobbes, but is sadly short of holding on its own - It's not edited or put together in the best way, nor does it truly dive in an analysis. In the end, your hour and a half could be better spent in reading an actual Calvin and Hobbes book.
Jack S (br) wrote: What starts out as a mountaineering expedition, takes a very sharp (and unconvicing) turn into the supernatural. Mediocre.
Dr A (it) wrote: Expect the WORST movie Wong Kar-Wai has ever made.Terribly written and shot.
TheMaddogMusic (ru) wrote: I saw this movie when I was a freshmen in High School in my Health Class and I love this movie it is very funny movie
Zaar D (us) wrote: you can't be serious
Jens L (us) wrote: Definitly a classic...especially if u relate it to the time it had been made. And the funny thing is...if u travel the south nowadays there are places still looking like Sparta...which in my view is more good....living history
Drew W (ag) wrote: I give this an A/95.
Greg L (ag) wrote: This movie was hilarious and one of his best movies, I don't know where you come up with these reviews
Jiana W (de) wrote: A fairly joyless and melancholy movie. Even the teenagers here, who are supposed to sort of be Leigh's form of escape from reality, have problems. No one is really carefree. Her relationship with Jason becomes sketchy. I could have forgiven it if he was, say, 18 or just about to become 18 within the movie (as in they show him having a birthday celebration.) Nope. Jason is ABOUT to be a high school senior when he meets Leigh. Pretty unacceptable, even if he is knowledgeable, willing, and old enough to make such a decision. If roles were reversed, and Leigh was a 29 year old man while Jason was a 16 year old girl, then things would be extremely different in how people view this. It's never "OK" in the movie that they are sleeping together but it doesn't even blow up the way it should. Leigh escapes relatively unscathed by her irresponsible behavior. An okay movie that could have been so much more. And could've been way funnier and more engaging as well.