Comet in Moominland

Comet in Moominland

Moomin, Sniff and My set out to stop a comet approaching the Moomin valley. Along the way they meet Snusmumriken, the beautiful Snorkfröken, Snorken and a Hemul, who join them in their quest.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:70 minutes
  • Release:1992
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,   sequel,  

Moomin, Sniff and My set out to stop a comet approaching the Moomin valley. Along the way they meet Snusmumriken, the beautiful Snorkfröken, Snorken and a Hemul, who join them in their quest. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Arthur R (br) wrote: The final installment of snowboarding legend Jeremy Jones' Freeride trilogy, Higher takes us to new heights, both literally and figuratively, with some the biggest, steepest and highest first descents ever attempted and captured on film. From his backyard Californian slopes, to the Alaskan back-country Mecca, all the way past the 20,000 foot mark in the Himalayas, Jones' pushes the limits of what is possible both in the world of snowboarding and winter mountaineering.If you've seen the other installments of this series, Deeper and Further, you know that the usual snowboard movie tropes will be few and far between; technical big air tricks, rails and urban riding and a long list of big name riders are noticeably absent here. Higher focuses far less on who is riding (notice the absence of names like Travis Rice, Terje Hankinson and Xavier de Le Rue) and far more on what they're riding. Every ascent and decent look absolutely suicidal, and I found myself muttering "no way" or "that's insane", along with everyone else watching at the premier. The riding in Higher isn't about who can hit the best line or land the best trick, it's about survival.With the premise behind Jones' movies firmly established in the previous films, Higher focuses on Jeremy Jones himself, chronicling his snowboarding career up to his highest point (literally) in the Himalayas. Candid interviews with Jones and his family expose the tensions and moral struggles that come with such a dangerous line of work. Grappling with the loss of fellow riders to the hazards of the back-country, and the tightrope walk between Jones' love of Freeriding and his biggest fear of leaving his family without a husband and father, adds a philosophical layer that heightens the tension of watching the dangers of his climbs and descents. And you will be watching a lot of climbs. Jones states several times throughout Higher that he has come to realize that for him it's more about the journey than the destination, and you see a lot of the journey in this film. The mountaineering aspect is as big a part of the movie as the actual snowboarding. Seeing how much effort it takes just to climb to the summit, you can't help but marvel at how these athletes find the stamina to ride back down some of the most technically demanding terrain imaginable.I hesitate of label Higher as a snowboarding movie. It features snowboarders, it has some of the most insane lines ever done on snowboards, but the focus is really on Jeremy Jones; his story and his vision. Higher is more of a documentary about one of the world's best snowboarders, not the guys who grab the public headlines or win all the contest medals, but the guy who pushes the boundary of what is capable in the sport. As a rider myself, I found my jaw clenched and my knuckles white as I watched Jones' and his crew find a way up and down the biggest back-country lines ever ridden. I do get the feeling that people who don't take part in the sport may not appreciate the scope of what is being attempted in the film. The pacing does seem a bit slower than the previous installments, but the scale of what Jones' does in Higher is beyond comparison.Jeremy Jones' Higher is not your typical snowboarding movie. It focuses on the vision that one of Snowboarding's best riders, and his enduring pursuit of the biggest lines and best descents. The film focuses as much on the journey to the top of the world as the ride back down, which flies in the face of typical snowboarding movie conventions and this may leave some people put off by the pacing. If you want to see the worlds best snowboarders ride the worlds most difficult terrain, if you want to see the absolute pinnacle of modern day snowboarding and mountaineering, if you want to question what human beings are really capable of, you will find all of that in Higher.

Steven S (fr) wrote: No nonsense, thought-provoking documentary about modern life on the front lines. What's most interesting in the majority view that they miss the combat life and would happily go back because of their bonds

Melissa H (ag) wrote: OMG. This was absolutely gorgeous. She is SUCH a beautiful woman inside and out and is my female idol. She gives so much to the world and touches people in so many ways. I totally cried. LOOOVE CELINE!!!

Jess B (ca) wrote: Very weird, but give it some credit for being somewhat original, havingreally cool special effects, and noteworthy costume and makeup design. Wish we could have gotten more from the actors / characters, theyre a bit too silent if you ask me. Whereas the villians are nothing but cheese and camp. Strange film, but if your in the mood for something different then the latest teen adventure hipster crap, give it a try.

Bill B (kr) wrote: Graphic, crazy stuff - and I'm happy to have gotten it off the To-Watch Pile for my little Movie Shame Monday project. Blurs the lines between attraction and obsession, love and what one is willing to sacrifice to make a partner happy.Well worth a look.

Knox M (nl) wrote: Overrated but enjoyable and endlessly disturbing.

Dc B (ca) wrote: STAR 1/2The Pitch ReviewMICHAEL JAI WHITE: You're sure this isn't a spoof?WRITER: Of course not. Did you read the script? It's a fighting action film. Hey, Director, who is this guy?DIRECTOR: This guy? This guy is Denzel mixed with Arnold mixed with Van Damme mixed with Segal. Puro badass. Absolutamente should sell the PTSD.PRODUCER: Fine. What's the film style?DIRECTOR: I want to go with really high-end skin flick. Soft-core porn, but high end filming, por favor! With no sex at all. No smooching. That's for chicks.PRODUCER: I like it. No better kind of flick. And hey! Brazil! Here we come!WRITER: It's perfect for a soft core action film! We might have a little trouble getting the best actors...or the fight choreographer, for that matter - passport problems...DIRECTOR: Not my focus here. The focus is gonna be on the few fight scenes we manage to squeeze in - heavy action in the back end - not sexually speaking at all. Whaddayasay, primo?WRITER & DIRECTOR: Si! Perfecto!DIRECTOR: Si, si! And kung-fu over-the-top sound.PRODUCER: Let's see how many scenes we can shoot that open with an "extra" walking across the shot. I've always wanted to do that.DIRECTOR: Si, mopri. But remember the passport issue?PRODUCER: Fine. Fewer fight scenes. No sex scenes.MICHAEL: It needs more action. I could do it, you know. Because with this story, it'll clear out the theater faster than hookers scurrying from cops like cockroaches in light.PRODUCER: Shut up, Michael.

Gregory S (ag) wrote: Easily one of my top ten favorite movies of all time

Troy K (nl) wrote: Better than I was expecting...nothing great, but worth watching.