Cars 2

Cars 2

Star race car Lightning McQueen and his pal Mater head overseas to compete in the World Grand Prix race. But the road to the championship becomes rocky as Mater gets caught up in an intriguing adventure of his own: international espionage.

Star racecar Lightning McQueen and and the incomparable tow truck Mater head to Japan and Europe to compete in the World Grand Prix, but the road to the championship becomes rocky since Mater becomes sidetracked with international espionage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Sarah S (br) wrote: Enjoyed the film although it dragged slightly. The ending was surprising making me want to know what happens afterwards for this cast.

JY S (nl) wrote: Seiji Chiba gets a little conservative with The Kunoichi: Ninja Girl and that's where this film suffers.The opening credits is a bit of a sleeper, and by the time they are over there is less than an hour left of film. Granted, the entire film is just over 60 minutes and the plot is barely enough to fill it. The first half an hour is a lot of dialogue used for setting up plot details and characters. A bit much, but things pick up in the second half.The martial arts is on the money thanks to some stylized choreography from Kensuke Sonomura. Despite filling a bulk of the final 30 minutes, the film leaves a huge want for more; a lot more.Rina Takeda definitely has the moves to pull off some great fights and watching her in action is a plus. Mitsuki Koga proves to be a formidable opponent for her. As for the rest of the cast, they end up falling into the background after the first half.The Kunoichi: Ninja Girl has the potential to be a lot more. As it is, it is a watchable action piece with an awesome female lead.

Ellen G (gb) wrote: Var fin. Gamle mannen som rydder opp i enda gamlere spkelser. Ispedd med litt jazzet musikk.

George K (ru) wrote: A far better (and gorier!) sequel, Hatchet 2 has everything gore fans could want.

chris b (it) wrote: As Richard R. said...... It is entertaining. Benjamin does a great job ( maybe because he is part South American : ) )....but the Mexican actor really does a bad job and accent wise it fails to transmit the magic of the novel...other than that the idea is great, the picture is OH my god amazing!!! ....I think this is how I picture Colombia...also it reminded of a Peruvian tv series...anyways i give this 3 time they have to be careful with accents : ) .

Gabriel B (jp) wrote: c'est poetique mais c'est tout de meme un peu long, le film ne dure que une heure trente mais il y avait pas de honte a faire un film de 1 h 10

Galvy F (ru) wrote: When we can stand some noises we like, dislike or the sound of things for the best or worse we tolerate it. When other things we stand for we don't when it's an awful behaviour. When we just can stand somethings and other things when we just can't help ourselves when we are forced into it by accident or force of nature we can't resist. When we just can't stand somethings not going our way and other things coming our way to just fall down. When it's only common courtesy to not make others stand for too long to make them sit. When we can't stand the weirdness in being in someone else's home or touching other people's private things to just quickly do what we need to do and get out. When we can't stand others looking at us or coming close to us that we naturally panic. When we can stand other things people like to be friendly and stay awhile to do so until the tensions build. When we only stand others close to us being close to us. When we naturally sit when others stand most the time for us. When we can't stand when some people not noticing us, ignoring us to think nothing of it. When other things are around we cannot stand when we need a moment alone. When we take care of mist of the things in the house to know this place can't stand without us. When we can't stand how somethings remain in our head constantly when we follow a routine. When we can't stand what we try to leave out that we cave in and see what makes us stand out to some people. When we are amongst many people in life to stand out from the crowd of beautiful people and get noticed. When we get over why we couldn't stand close to some people to stand beside them. When we see that others are attracted to us when goosebumps stand up on the back of our neck. When we can't stand how much fun we are having to think it's simply harmless flirting. When we can stand other things we like about people to allow them to touch us and offer us something. When we can't stand how attracted we are we naturally leave when we should be standing beside our loyalties towards the sanctity of marriage. When we just don't know why one stands out more then other, when we are naturally drawn to somethings and not others. When we can't stand for any errors or anything going wrong when we are in charge of security products. When other things about what makes us love some people we can't stand when it's no longer amusing. When we can't stand our boring routine of a life, to pay a visit to other things. When we don't mind standing close to some people to dance a little closer, to just let ourselves go in the arms of someone else. When we can't stand to do this to some people but can't control ourselves. When we can't stand how wrong somethings are but feel right that we are doing it. When what we can't stand any longer we lay there. When what we want we fight the urge no longer when they out power our stand against them. When we can't stand to be seen this way to clean up ourselves. When we have make some stories stand when others don't confirm. When we just like laying around all day and standing or siting in front of some people whom we desire as much as they desire us. We see ourselves standing, laying around beside some people we care about more then others whom have the right touch. When we don't know whom we sit beside to can't believe what we are seeing in front of us. When we stand around not being noticed to do what we want. When we can't let anyone stand in our way of our happiness, but our friends when we have to stand some people up. When we see whom we sit around with too long can enfluence us in what we like seeing when it's our body image. When we is common when we socialize with other people lay around with people or hear stories of infidelity that makes us see no harm in it. When what we can't no longer stand for we look deep within us to let go. When we see that we can still live both lives and make every sitting to keep up some charade. When we enjoy standing up and seeing our beautiful body the wsy it is before it goes, to sitting down to see our beautiful family before dinner before they go to see we can keep both lives going. When we need to see what others see to sit down and get an explanation to why they see us and why they see others this way. When we can no longer stand to see are undoubtedly thoughts & proofs of unfaithfulness we need to put a stop to it. When we see we are out of control to stand for nothing. When we can no longer stand to see this further we confront those whom we can't stand the thought being so different from us that we need to sit when we are overwhelmed with pressure we lay some people out on the ground in anger. When we can't stand some people coming between a family to cover them and let them sit in our car to die. When we have to be sitting with our family watching others stand in front of us to see how much they have grown in a loving family to be proud of them. When we can't just let some people just lay there to dump them. When we can't just about stand many things when we are a disciplinary mom & wide that we expect better in others then ourselves. When others can't stand lieing or deceiving the law we need clarity. When all we want to do is lay, stand and sit beside our family to put some messes behind us. When we see that we never took a stand for before to realize what is the most important thing now. When we lay to rest this dark past in our life and sit around waiting for when this beautiful life we live would end. When we have much to stand for, and that is moving forward but how can we live with such a dark heart after looking at eachother and still say nothing stands in our way.

Jon K (jp) wrote: One of the most devestating TRUE stories you'll ever see portrayed on the screen!! DO NOT watch this movie for entertainment... It will be an experience that will chew you up and spit you out. "Girl Power" is an understatement! [Note the 100% rating by all 25 critical reviews.]

Viktor B (nl) wrote: 10/10 briliant comedy. I remember each dialogs even after 25 years. Every 3-4th year I watch again and again.

Takushi Y (gb) wrote: TOHO CINEMAS Nagoya Baycity, 2014/7/12

Michael S (jp) wrote: The very frist "Death Wish" feels quite dated by today's standards. It still has some quality aspects to it: gritty 1970s NYC locations, Jeff Goldblum as a thug ("Freak #1" in the credits), and Vincent Gardenia and Jack Wallace as a couple of gruff NYPD detectives.

Felix B (de) wrote: A showcase of groundbreaking and unbeatable cinematography that is universally enjoyable for all film-lovers, regardless of your political views.

Joe A (us) wrote: Steve Mena showed a lot of potential with his first film Malevolence and with Bereavement, he shows he is living up to it big time. While a prequel to his first film, Bereavement is crafted so you don't need to have seen Malevolence but, if you have, there are a lot of little touches and nods you'll recognize. This is a pull no punches horror about a young boy (Spencer List) kidnaped by a serial killer and forced to witness the atrocities he commits on innocent women. Mena's involving such a young child in all the violence is daring and horrifying at the same time and we share in the horror as young Martin Bristol is made to participate in his disturbed mentors acts. It's more horrifying since he is basically a good kid forced into this and not some "bad seed" which we've seen before. The film also follows a parallel story involving a teenage girl, Allison (Alexandra Daddario) who recently lost her parents which is obviously destined to collide with the ordeal of young Martin and to say anymore would spoil an intense chiller with a truly shocking and blood soaked final act. The cast, including genre vet Michael Biehn, performs well and Mena keeps a feeling of dread throughout and doesn't bludgeon us with shocking moments, so when they do come, they have the intended effect. Also, his camera work evokes John Carpenter at times as Mena knows how to frame a shot and achieve more with it then just making it look good. The effects are live and well executed and the lack of CGI is freshing. A highly recommended horror film. Watch through the credits especially if you saw Malevolence.

Miranda J (fr) wrote: Just finished watching this movie on Netflix and I have to say this is probably the most offensive thing I've ever seen my life. I'm assuming they were attempting to make light of stereotypes but the attempt at humor was so heavy handed that it got downright awkward at times. When I wasn't cringing and feeling bad for the actors who got roped into making this POS, I was bored out of my skull. I'm not Jewish. I don't claim to speak on behalf of Jewish person. I say this on behalf of myself, a human being with eyes and a brain. This film was offensive and bad. The people who came up with this movie should be fired out of a cannon into the sun. The only reason I'm giving Jewtopia a star is because zero stars is not an option. Avoid like the plague. In fact, go to the Midwest, rub a rat on your face and get the plague. It would be far more enjoyable than watching this movie.

Maria F (ag) wrote: Where is the love? Haha

Cody M (it) wrote: It's really a fascinating mess, that has some entertaining parts.

Marc B (br) wrote: dans la mme lign que quilibrium... toute l histoire est expliqu dans les 5 premires minutes du film ensuite sa passe a jet li que bat du monde sur la toune Let the body hit the floor... WIN