On a class excursion to a cave with stone age paintings the clumsy Rex gets lost. A mysterious crystal opens a gateway in time and sets him back to the stone ages, where he meets a group of prehistoric fellows and the gorgeous Eba. While teaching her English and doing some pseudo-research on her fellows, his main goal is to get her sleeping with him. However the curiosity of the clan chief disturbs his attempts.
- Stars:Daniel Roebuck, Cynthia Thompson, Darren Young, Saba Moor-Doucette, Jeff Chayette, Charles Mitchell, Cynthia Rullo, Tom Hamil, Bill Adams, Chris Noble, Bill Sehres, Sydni King, Stacey Swain, A.A. Cavallaro, Maggie Ostroff,
- Director:David Oliver,
- Writer:David Oliver, Phil Groves (screenplay)
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Cavegirl torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: This was a great movie to watch with my kids. It was cute and funny and I kept me entertained. If you are in the mood for a comedy, this is much better than I expected!
(kr) wrote: Fun adaptation of the show. Nothing noteworthy, but it's a decent action flick to pass the time. It essentially plays as a recruitment video.
(ca) wrote: Liked it very much. Rich Mullins' story is very powerful and is sure to inspire some aspiring artists to live the way he did, give almost all his profits to charity and the poor.
(au) wrote: I get so mad to think that I actually payed to see this movie. Not funny. Not entertaining.
(fr) wrote: The Santa Clause 2 undoubtedly loses some the magic of its excellent predecessor and makes some questionable risks (talking reindeer!?). It is strictly for fans of the first movie and should only be rented.
(au) wrote: Hmm.. Only the arrest-scene is worth mentioning
(us) wrote: My favorite Stephen King adaptation.
(it) wrote: This movie screamed style and Diane Lane is hot.
(it) wrote: This movie was totally ripped off by I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry. Although there are some painfully offensive stereotypes, it's made up for in the end with a sweet message on love, friendship, and tolerance. And Pete Postlewaite is awesome.
(br) wrote: It's so good I might never want to watch it again, it's far too depressingly bleak to call it a favourite, but it's so well put together and realistic that you have to admire it. Exceptional anti-war film that should be seen by more people.
(fr) wrote: Double crosses, tragic flaws and money. Lots of money.
(it) wrote: Kelly Hu was in one of my favorite movies The Tournament, it was okey for not even hitting the slots at Red Box?
(jp) wrote: What a crazy experience, looking through his life like that. The beautiful shots and interviews combined with the extreme amounts of fantastic found footage, from his personal life to his concerts, creates an absolutely outstanding film.
(fr) wrote: Certainly an improvement over the last film. It really is a last ditch effort to revive the franchise, it didn't work. The plot was really unoriginal and most of the jokes weren't that funny, I said most, there was some good ones. Its probably Mike Myers and Eddie Murphy's best movie in a long time. Dreamworks is lucky to have had Puss in Boots or Shrek would be over!