Bridge to Terabithia

Bridge to Terabithia

Jesse Aarons trained all summer to become the fastest runner in school, so he's very upset when newcomer Leslie Burke outruns him and everyone else. Despite this and other differences, including that she's rich, he's poor, and she's a city girl, he's a country boy, the two become fast friends. Together, they create Terabithia, a land of monsters, trolls, ogres, and giants and rule as king and queen.

The life of Jesse (Josh Hutcherson), an adolescent, changes when he befriends Leslie (AnnaSophia Robb), the class outsider. Together the friends imagine a whole new fantasy world to escape reality. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bridge to Terabithia torrent reviews

Ben L (us) wrote: The Maze Runner is a deeply flawed film that had a few scenes and a general concept that were strong enough to keep me from hating it. The idea of this society of young men who are trapped in a glade surrounded by a dangerous maze was intriguing. I wanted to know why this was happening, and how they would escape the maze. The premise had me hooked, but the way it was handled and the pay-off at the end were so disappointing it seems this might have been the first big mistake that led to the downfall of the Young-Adult-novel-based movies.Problem #1 - The entire cast is bland. There isn't a single performance that worked for me and made me care about the characters. Even the lead, played by Dylan O'Brien, lacks any charm.Problem #2 - They constantly undercut the interesting premise. *SPOILERS* So there's this maze and they're going to have to explore and find out how it works and how to get out, right? No, they've already mapped out the whole maze, and they just need to luck into a solution that will unlock something that is just a straight path and not a maze at all. But there's probably some fascinating reason that this is happening to the characters, right? No, it's just YA trope #1, a dystopian future government who wants to test children to weed out the most capable specimens.Problem #3 - This is part one in a series, and not even close to being a complete story. There are a few different things that happen in The Maze Runner that are utterly pointless to this movie, but just feel like setup for the next installment. There's a girl introduced who literally does NOTHING, and yet there are flashes that she might have some significance in the future. They even leave the film on a cliffhanger where certain aspects of the story are never explained and it is implied that this movie was just phase one of their testing.While The Maze Runner did contain annoying aspects, I wasn't expecting much from it, so I have to give it credit for at least making me care a little in the early scenes. In fact, I could be enough of a glutton for punishment that I might check out the sequel just to see what happens next. However, there's no way I would suggest anyone else waste their time on this movie.

Emily B (au) wrote: Not the most entertaining documentary ever, but the wealth of fascinating knowledge makes up for it.

Rob J (us) wrote: Long and rewarding with repeated viewings

Jessica H (jp) wrote: Wresting with swords and fake body parts.

Lasala B (mx) wrote: Como diran los gringos: "Awful".

Jasmine H (ca) wrote: The main characters are uncharismatic people who you really don't care about and the whole movie tries to force laughs through half-minded jokes and gags.

David D (jp) wrote: I loved this movie. It was refreshing to see something unique and different. I originally thought it might be another home invasion me which in some ways it is but far more mysterious and intriguing than that. You don't know if it's real, a dream, supernatural, psychosis, drugs. It keeps you guessing throughout and has a very nice twist at the ending. Even after watching it I feel I need to go back and watch a few things that I missed as I feel the movie is more deeply layered than just what's on the surface. The critics got this one wrong, great indie thriller.

Gabriel C (au) wrote: Edward Scissorhands brings Tim Burton and Johnny Depp together for one of the greatest actor-director collaborations.

Grant S (ag) wrote: Japan, World War 2. Teenage boy Seita and his young sister Setsuko are left homeless and effectively orphaned when their city is firebombed by US bombers. They end up living with an aunt. Initially things go well and life seems almost normal again. However, their relationship with their aunt deteriorates and Seita and Setsuko decide to leave and fend for themselves. They find a place and things seem to be going well. However, over time food gets scarcer and life becomes a constant struggle for survival...A quite powerful examination of life among the civilian population of a nation at war. More broadly, this is a story of survival and the bonds between a brother and sister, made stronger by a cataclysmic series of events. The war is just the setting, and the initial cause of the events - at its core it's a human drama. This is good, as the movie could easily have gone down some sort of bleeding heart anti-war path or even a path that condemned the US bombing of Japanese cities in WW2 (which would have been absurd as the Japanese were just reaping the whirlwind after sowing the wind).Incredibly engaging. You are emotionally invested in the lives of Seita and Setsuko, their struggles and wins, highs and lows. This makes the conclusion very emotional.Superb animation, though you would expect nothing less from director Isao Takahata (director of the TV series Heidi and Maya, amongst others). Some of the imagery is stunningly beautiful, like watercolour paintings.On the negative side, and probably the only reason I didn't give this a 10/10, the outcomes are a bit telegraphed. The conclusion would have been even more powerful and emotional if we didn't know in advance what it was going to be.

Jackson P (nl) wrote: Dislike this movie with a passion but still think it is a ok film at best

Nick H (au) wrote: This story begins with a funeral scene unlike any other you have seen. Those that are in attendance are all female. Right from the beginning we get a sense of who this man really is (or was). Truffaut brilliantly captures the life of a man who is obsessed with the physical form of women. Bertrand begins writing a novel starting with his first intimate/erotic relationships with women and that is where the story takes off. Truffaut takes us through many unexpected turns and does a great job explaining the nuances of this man through his attention to detail.

Marcus W (kr) wrote: Just say no, even if someone offers you money to watch it.

Mohamed N (br) wrote: i always loved cowboy movies,terence hill,bud spencer films.i never missed any of their movies.

HyunJung K (gb) wrote: It was one of the smartest movies I've ever seen! The whole story makes sense at the end of the movie, and it's brilliant & awesome. Also all of the actors were so good!

Dane P (nl) wrote: Creepy and well made thriller! Check it out its very exciting!

Jess W (es) wrote: I love animated movies...I soo want to see it.

Antonio D (kr) wrote: an unique mix of sifi film with medieval saga. I like a lot