Bratz Girlz Really Rock
Bratz singing and dancing in their first musical ever! Lights, camera, action! Bratz go into the spotlight when they come to Camp Starshine, where acting and dancing makes you a star! When they discover that familiarization training prior to having fun, they decide to make the site more fun. Even the most serious ballet dancer Anna discovers that keep up with the Bratz, the girls really rock! But everything to a head when it announced that the winner of the camp's big talent show will be the star in a Hollywood movie. All will then try to win the star-shine on their own behalf. It is time for Cloe, Jade, Sasha and Yasmin to prove that competition can never outperform real friendship! Come along to the camp where music, dance and fun really rock!
When the Bratz are invited to an exclusive fashion rock camp, they are soon disappointed to meet a snotty ballet instructor and find the fat twin girls who bully them are also invited. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(es) wrote: In the movie Mighty Fine, Joe Fine instructs the movers from Exodus Moving Company to be very careful with his disco ball when his family is relocating from Brooklyn, NY, to New Orleans, LA. I guess having a personal disco ball was a status symbol in 1974!Just like the tiny mirrors on a disco ball, the movie "Mighty Fine" shows us the many different facets of a family, especially when that family is dealing with Joe Fine, portrayed by Chazz Palminteri. In a live chat after a recent online preview of the film, Palminteri called Joe Fine a "paradox," a man who vacillated between angry rages and being the benevolent charmer who tried to keep everyone happy.When the Fine family, consisting of dad Joseph, mom Stella, (who spent time in hiding as a child during the Holocaust); 17-year-old Maddie, and younger sister Natalie pull up stakes and move to Louisiana in 1974, we learn that the women of the family hope this move will dilute Joe's tendencies to angry rages. The deterioration of the financing for Joe's business, though, revives the rage monster and it wakes up hungrier than ever.Stepping away from the heavy topic for a moment, I have to share the fun and retro-themed joy of all the 70's paraphernalia in this film. (I was 10 in 1974, the year in which the film is set.) Since there was a live chat occurring among all of the participant bloggers when we watched the film online, it was amusing to hear reactions ranging from, "Oh My God people once smoked inside houses!" to "Oh yeah, I can remember when we had to dial the phone using that rotary dial."Back to the film's "heavy topic." It was sobering to hear all of the experiences with emotional abuse that the participant bloggers shared. Women whose mothers made courageous decisions to leave everything behind in order to get out of abusive situations; women who had been victims of abuse themselves; women who hypothesized that in 2012 Joe Fine would have had access to a mental health professional who would do a whole lot more than his family physician, who Joe convinced that the only problem was a bit of business stress.Natalie Fine recites a poem at the end of the movie. A line from that poem stayed with me after I watched the film, as I tried to decide what to focus on for this blog. Here's the line:"There's a monster in dad, and it makes him wicked mad."When asked about emotionally abusive parents such as Joe, Chazz Palminteri said that every parent needs to remember: "You are a mirror."What did Maddie see in the mirror of her mother when she tried to placate Joseph? What did both girls see when Stella made her final decision?I hope you will consider finding out how everything ended by going to see Mighty Fine when it is released on May 25.
(gb) wrote: A crap, pathetic & full of shit movie. I don't know that when the hell these bollywood stupid directors will understand that if they are nuts & don't know about stock business then it doesn't mean that anyone else in this world woudn't know that how it runs.Acc' Nadiadwala had 150 crore deal with eros entertainment with a promise to make 3' movies, 2s' are out Kambakht Ishq & Anjaana Anjaani, one is yet to torture.
(de) wrote: Not bad. It felt pretty typical throughout in some places, but it was still a pretty decent film though. Good voice cast, including Seth Rogen playing one of my favorite monsters in the film, B.O.B. I did also laugh a good amount during this, so it's comedic level was pretty good. Most parts were good in this one, but some of it felt a bit average to me also. I wouldn't really consider this a hit, but it's still a nice new animated feature out there to maybe consider, with some good action and neat visuals for a slight mediocre film.
(ag) wrote: Didnt quite like this one. But songs were great. Abhi's HOT, as always..
(br) wrote: Very cute! I absolutely loved this movie well then again, I love Tracy Ullman and Carol Burnett.
(ru) wrote: Diego Luna outplays Bernal both on the soccer pitch and on the screen in this often frantic, mostly silly adventure. The narration just barely connects the dots.
(us) wrote: a horrible movie!!!!!>:P
(es) wrote: An angel falls in love with a human woman and decides to become one of her kind.The inspiration for the Hollywood tear-jerker City of Angels, Wim Wenders's film is decidedly un-Hollywood. Filled with existential reflections and poorly paced, the film is more meditation than plot and story, more philosophical musing than love story. It feels long, though only a little over two hours.Peter Falk, who apparently is an ex-angel, plays himself, and this dash of reality seems incongruent with the fantasy that permeates the rest of the film. Overall, I didn't like either the Hollywood or European version of this story because both seem too far to the ends of extremes.
(it) wrote: good crime heist/caper pic
(it) wrote: A great cast elevate this above the material (it's totally different to the French original). It starts off great, goes downhill when Darla and Thurman come into it, picks up again at the dinner itself, goes downhill again, and then rescues itself at the end, so it's a bit hit and miss, but the four main characters (Tim, Barry, Julie and Kieran) are all worth watching. And who would have known that 5 years later, Steve Carell would be an Oscar nominee and Paul Rudd a superhero?!
(br) wrote: big really enjoyed this movie.
(nl) wrote: Based on true events about a product that has the ability to save thousands of lives. Two lawyers discover that they may possibly be in way over their heads when they decide to take on heavy hitters of the pharmaceutical industry. Chris Evans is well.... Chris Evans and barely manages to pull off the starring role of this whistle-blower story but Adam and Mark Kassen push the narrative along at a fairly respectable pace which more often than not focuses too much on MIke Weisses (Evans) drug addiction story rather than focus on the events that inspired it. Not a bad film but could have been better for a story that begs to be told.
(gb) wrote: Super greedy heartless Slumlord forced to live in one of his testaments sounds like a good idea, Joe Pesci sounds like a good idea, but it wasn't good. It never got going and was not that funny. I recommend avoiding this one.