Blinker en de blixvaten

Blinker en de blixvaten

When Blinker is helping his dad as lifesaver at the sea in Ostend, they discover dumped chemicals by Blix Industries.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:85 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:Dutch
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:prison,   beach,   kidnapping,  

Blinker and the Blix barrels is based on a book by the very successful Belgian author Marc De Bel. The story is about a dynamic boy and his family who are trying to prevent a multinational ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Qlesc M (kr) wrote: A shitty movie with the same fucking basic story of a dude who fucking gets stuck ... I mean dude the final wasn't surprised me at all (what the fuck) *spoiler* i knew he will cut off his arm since he left that knife home.I mean they just have fired time and put some flashbacks .Maybe i'm a haiter but this movie sucks.

Mark H (nl) wrote: an interesting view on Immigration

Caleb D (us) wrote: This movie is just cute.I love the unique way in which they tolled the story. The simple but deep message it sends. And of course the sycamore tree!Favorite Scene: She in the top of the tree.

Tiina (it) wrote: Sorry, but I'm going to have to quote another user here (tom d) because he puts it perfectly: "Does anyone +not+ like films featuring the architect of the Biblical Temple of Solomon woven around a plot about murderer Gary Gilmore's resurrection as an emaciated female corpse, "an allegory of the Masonic orders" played out as a musical duel between hardcore groups Agnostic Front and Murphy's Law, a paralympic sprinter cutting potato wedges with her shoe and then battling the director as weird cheetah-woman-thing, before ending with a retelling of the Fionn mac Cumhaill myth, mostly set in New York's Chrysler Building and Guggenheim Museum? Just me then?..." (end quote) The Cremaster Cycles aren't on DVD and never will be - I've only had the luck of seeing them at a small theater in LA over time. Would LOVE to see them all again, for all of them are disturbing yet strangely enlightening creations from another level of being/seeing. Or perhaps just reflections from the mind of a jelly-like substance- obsessed artiste.

Alexey M (au) wrote: Nice comedy. I even had a couple of smiles. And even laughed once, when the mexican guy said: "I can't believe we escaped from the police just to get back to prison". In the end, having someone named Rodriguez in the crew obliges a lot!

Jason T (br) wrote: 7.5 out of 10. it looks like I'm the only one that likes it but so what.

JohnnyLee T (ca) wrote: Potentially a great movie but lacks cohesion and real feelings. Was intrigued where story would lead but characterisation was confusing. Didn't finish.

Jamie S (jp) wrote: This Rating is unjustified. Great Sound Track, Great Acting, Great Story.

Cynthia S (ru) wrote: Absolutley pointless movie considering all the familiar faces here. Sometimes I wonder what it takes to get all these really good actors to agree to do a film like this. Shame on them for their bad decision.

Heather M (es) wrote: This is one that I can safely pass on watching.

Adam B (mx) wrote: The title of this movie is a lie. Let's break the title down, but we'll do it backwards. 1) Monsters: so far, so good. This is a monster movie, and monster movies usually have monsters in them. 2) All: Well, they left out Adolf Hitler, Caligula, and all of my grandfathers, so not all monsters was present in this movie. 3) Destroy: this is just plain wrong, because if we put in all the other words from the title of this movie, we get "Destroy All Monsters", and that's not what happens at all in this movie. What happens is all of the monsters get together after being brainwashed or some shit by a team of space broads, and instead of destroying themselves (like the title said) they all team up and decide to murder the one monster that they unanimously hate: King Ghidora. It was such a one-sided fight that you don't even know who you should be rooting for. I mean, they are all monsters, after all, but we learned a long time ago that they have some sense of morals and companionship. Granted, King Ghidora was pretty much the biggest asshole among those monsters, but the way they gang-raped him makes you wonder if he really deserved to die like that. They even let the little doughy baby Godzilla deliver the final blow to the poor bastard.Oh well, the Godzilla franchise is pretty much a train wreck of never-ending reboots, remakes, and rehashes. You can't expect them to try and make sense out of such a cheesy movie. unfortunately, this "Crowning Achievement of Japanese Monster Movies" doesn't even try to be a movie at all. It was basically just Toho Studios showing off by trying to cram every one of their giant dinosaur suits into one frame, and they barely managed to achieve that. I've seen a lot of these godzilla movies, and I know that there were plenty of moments where they just shoved stock footage into the final cut.Oh well, I guess if you're tasteless enough to pay to see a Godzilla movie, then you're just there to watch some sweaty Japanese guy in a lizard costume lumber around a squib-infested model of a city, and pretend like the Asian guy in the Barney suit ain't actually five-feet-tall.And one final comment about this piece of moldy cheese: if Wikipedia is to be believed, then the original title of this movie was Attack of the Marching Monsters . . . which makes even less sense, because these monster don't march so much as they lumber around large cities, causing billions of dollars (or septillions of yen) in property damage, and obliviously kill thousands upon thousands of people.At least it wasn't as bad as Godzilla's Revenge. That movie made me want to kill myself, my family, and Mrs. Higgin's poodle. Fortunately, sanity prevailed during that incident.

Bob C (br) wrote: Best movie Elvis made! Fun for the whole family! And Elvis!!!!

Andrew B (nl) wrote: It has its moments, and many of them, and is a bit of a hybrid of musical and drama. Judy Garland gets the best deal and the best numbers, whilst Lana Turner acts her little toes off and is actually rather good. However, Hedy Lamar gets the most gorgoeous shots.. what a face; what sensuality. Its a pity her part is underwritten. A very stylish production.

Marshall C (es) wrote: IT IS A DISAPPOINTMENTalthough it has great visuals,podracing section and very few action sequences (like 2 or 3) but the boring plot and the bad acting by every cast especialy by the kid( he is the worst thing ever existed) make this movie a large disappointment

Mahmood H (ag) wrote: HORRIBLE...simply put. Worse than Van Damme flicks and that is saying A LOT.