Candy Land: The Great Lollipop Adventure
This is the story of the game "Candy Land," where a gingerbread boy named Jib, as he travels the Rainbow Road in search of the annual Sweet Celebration only to discover that the nefarious Lord Licorice has hatched a plan to turn the brightly colored land into a licorice-hued expanse. Now it's up to Jib and his friends Mister Mint and Princess Frostine to foil the villain's dastardly plot and save the citizens of Candy Land from certain drabness.
- Stars:Jane Mortifee, Alberto Ghisi, Britt McKillip, Scott McNeil, Ian James Corlett, Doug Parker, Mark Oliver, Kathleen Barr, Ellen Kennedy,
- Director:Davis Doi,
- Writer:Janna King
This is the story of the game "Candy Land," where gingerbread boy Jib, Princess Lolly and Mister Mint outwit and defeat the evil Lord Licorice in order to save the delightful world of Candy Land. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Candy Land: The Great Lollipop Adventure torrent reviews
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(jp) wrote: Solidly understated.
(au) wrote: I don't know how to feel about this flick, it's a fun mix between a serious story with teenage issues, and making fun of everything.I did like it, but it didn't really give me that yeaaahh feeling, it was just blah.
(ru) wrote: It's like Paper Heart, but depressing.
(de) wrote: Beautiful and touching. Javier Bardem completely entrances and delivers an astounding performance.
(it) wrote: suspenseful but quite unimpressive
(ca) wrote: Kind of interesting in a wierd sort of way, but nonetheless, a Chow classic as well.
(br) wrote: Streep really holds the film together with her performance. I have not been a Shirley MacLaine fan of her starring roles in the 60's and 70's, but here in a supporting role she is better. Gene Hackman is so great here in basically an extended cameo I wish he had been a larger part of the story.
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