Care Bears: Big Wish Movie

Care Bears: Big Wish Movie

Feeling sad that her fellow Care Bears don't seem to appreciate her wishes, Wish Bear uses her wish star, Twinkers, to find some bears who love wishing as much as she does. That's when three new bears move to Care-a-lot...with some very unexpected results.

Feeling sad that her fellow Care Bears don't seem to appreciate her wishes, Wish Bear uses her wish star, Twinkers, to find some bears who love wishing as much as she does. That's when ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Care Bears: Big Wish Movie torrent reviews

jay n (br) wrote: Hardly Woody at his best. Larry David is annoying almost beyond endurance.

German M (es) wrote: It's frightening some of the discrimination that still goes on in the world. While this is not the best documentary, the subject matter is captivating and you can't help but be caught up in the stories. Quite sad. =(

Paddy R (es) wrote: Best acting is from Diane Keaton's dog.

Alan L (au) wrote: 3 stars = Director Tsui Hark(1 Star) + Action Director Lau Kar Leung(1 Star) + Composer Kenji Kawai(1 Star)That's the best rating I could give.I believe that this can be turned out a better result,if shorten the length of film and less fan-service.I don't mind the weak acting from the cast except Lau Kar Leung and Honglei Sun(The main villain).There is enjoyable actions sequence and nice final boss battle which smoothly imagined by the action director,just some of the views are a bit shaky.The first words of the tittle "Seven",will indeed reminded you of the Akira Kurosawa's masterpiece "Seven Samurai",same story and same numbers of heroes but of coarse with a different style.Not bad,it's a fun ride,anyway.

Johnny R (ru) wrote: Awesome movie!! It was action-packed, intense, and entertaining!! It had some street knowledge, thanks to Ice Cube!! The cast was terrific!! However, Ice Cube is a good action star, but Vin Diesel was better!! If you liked the first one a lot, than you might not enjoy this one as much!! If you like a good time at the movies, than you could possibly enjoy this film! The first one was way better!! This is a must-see if you want to be throughly entertained!!

Alex C (ru) wrote: Less funny and charming than the first, but still decent mindless entertainment.

Ben C (it) wrote: Seemingly make the original look a million times better than this pile of garbage. Pet Sematary Two is scary, I will admit, but it's only cheap boo scares.

RC K (gb) wrote: Honest truth time: I know the name Otto Preminger, and it was the inspiration behind my purchase of this title, but I couldn't tell you, for the life of me, why I know it, other than in his role here as director. What did he direct before? No idea. So, that might be something to take into account (or not, if you share my predicament) when reading this.We have here the story of Raymond (David Niven), rich playboy with the perfect touch when it comes to women. He wines and dines them and drops them when bored of them. We see his daughter Cecile (Jean Seberg), and she loves her father dearly, and emulates his behaviour by and large. We begin the movie in black and white, and we see little life in Cecile's face, and she asks if she will ever be happy again, like at the beginning of the previous summer, and we see flashes of colour now, of the ocean behind her. Here we see the song "Bonjour Tristesse" (which came first? don't ask me!) sung in the small club Cecile is telling us this from, or at least where she's thinking it, for these are only her thoughts as she dances with a well-dressed young man.Soon we are transported back to that time, and see Raymond and Cecile vacationing with his current mistress Elsa (Mylne Demongeot), who they cheerfully wake up to find sunburnt and near peeling, which makes her terribly self-conscious about her physical beauty. Flighty as he is, Raymond takes two letters and throws out one business related one, and leaves the other in his pocket, unopened. After Cecile has an encounter with a young law student whose mast has broken on his sailboat, Raymond is reminded he put a letter in his pocket and opens it to discover that Cecile's godmother, a friend of his former wife's, is coming to visit after an invitation he forgot handing out at a party. They are both a bit worried about how she will take to Elsa, considering Raymond had not realized she would be there when he gave out the invitation.She arrives by car, though Raymond expects her by train (thanks to another ignored letter, or rather, telegram), and so only Cecille is there to meet her. She casually mentions Elsa's presence, which Anne--the godmother, played by Deborah Kerr--is not enthused to hear about. Soon Raymond has taken a fancy to this older woman over his sunburnt and peeling mistress, and a new affair begins, with Anne placing in stark contrast to the carefree approach Raymond himself as, and has instilled in Cecile. Cecile is not pleased about this and begins to hatch a plan to undo this romance--and we soon discover why she wonders if she will ever be happy again.An oddly engaging little film, there's not an awful lot to the plot (which I assume comes primarily from Franoise Sagan's novel of the same name) that is amazing, ground-breaking or otherwise interesting, but the performances are terribly strong, and the way Preminger has crafted the film is inexplicably endearing. I knew I was caught when the song started, and it felt like no other movie approaches such things; it floated over any other noise, was totally relevant, yet was still being performed in the scene. Oddly this brought to mind vague memories of David Lynch's Mulholland Drive, which doesn't really make sense to me, except to suggest that it was a sort of surreal or even unreal element, though here it melded perfectly with otherwise normal happenings (beyond the infusion and loss of colour as we travel between times, at least) and fit perfectly to point out the feelings Cecile was now experiencing, without seeming overbearing.It was fascinating to see an exploration of the effects of a single parent's lifestyle on his child, when she was of an age to continue to emulate without thinking too far ahead about consequences; to see, too, how he reacted to this and attempted to turn her one way or another--as well as the different ways they experienced the events around them and dealt with them. Cecile seemed almost incapable of change unless shaken in some way from where she was, while Raymond could effortlessly turn from one lifestyle to another, it seemed.Certainly my favourite part was Niven's performance; that quiet, speedy British sort of wit seen most recently in the likes of Peter Ustinov. It came out in the wonderful dialogue from all characters, but Niven seemed most self-assured with it. Seberg's performance had a certain youthful exuberance and vitality to it--if I'm allowed to refer to such a thing as if I have a backward eye on it--that was endearing, but also displayed a lack of experience in some ways as well.Still, a surprisingly solid film; I didn't expect this exactly when I went into it, but then I wasn't sure what to expect. Either a very French, very artsy film, or else a generic late 50s, early 60s sort of drama or comedy. It turned out to be something else. What, I'm not quite sure, but it was certainly entertaining, and quite good.

Mique W (ca) wrote: Although the narrative feels uneven and familiar, In Secret is an intriguing, risky, beautifully shot, expertly acted Shakesperean tragedy.

K V (es) wrote: There were two characters I found somewhat interesting or amusing, the jewellery salesman (Rowan Atkinson) and the old rock star (Bill Nighy).The rest of the movie was mostly just men in higher positions falling in love with women inferior to them. Very clichd storylines, hard to understand how some people find this movie romantic.

Debbie Mitchell R (ag) wrote: Don't waste your money on this movie!!!

Gareth W (jp) wrote: Not bad, not very good either...shame the set pieces are spoilt by a poor script and plot

Paul H (kr) wrote: Viewer really needs to stay involved to keep up with the story. No big reveals. Just a bit of info here, a bit of info there. Kind of what the intelligence gathering process is really like.

Chris H (us) wrote: An intriguing noir film that is held together by solid performances from Denzel Washington and Don Cheadle.