Curious George 3: Back to the Jungle

Curious George 3: Back to the Jungle

When Curious George is offered a special space mission, Ted (The Man in the Yellow Hat) can't deny his little friend this exciting journey, especially after Curious George completes the training. But when he crash-lands in Africa, a worried Ted goes searching, expecting the worst, only to have it turn out to be the best.

Launch into the adventure of a lifetime with everyone's favorite monkey in this all-new movie, Curious George 3: Back to the Jungle! When Curious George is asked to take part in a very important space mission, a little monkeying around forces him to crash-land in Africa. While a worried Man with the Yellow Hat searches for him, Curious George bravely explores the jungle and makes new animal friends along the way. Reunited at last, the two best pals have an unforgettable adventure shared with their new friends! Featuring the voice talents of Angela Bassett & John Goodman, with music by the Plain White T's, join Curious George on his fun-filled journey that the whole family will enjoy! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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April E (it) wrote: scared the bejeezus outta me, and I'm a seasoned horror aficionado. LOVED it

Greg W (gb) wrote: good look at post-communist russia

Stephen H (ag) wrote: A compelling documentary that delves into the legal mess following the famous director being charged with statutory rape, and his ultimate flight from authorities. The film is to be commended for its detail, though making Polanski into a saint is a bit much. He's certainly no devil though.

Tommy F (ru) wrote: I think that most of the critics and people reviewing this film are robots that don't know how to laugh. I found this film hysterical and think that it has gotten a bad rap. Its sure better than movies that have scored above it like 22 Jump Street. The acting was good and some of the jokes did fall flat, but most of them were very funny. I just think critics have this insane thing in them that make them want to bash Jack Black no matter what movie he is in.

John K (us) wrote: Imagine if John Waters had no sense of humor and no sense of pacing, and did not have interesting actors, and only one sick premise.

CyBOrg S (ag) wrote: do i? lolmao gonna run before deaths catches me

Chris V (br) wrote: An absolutely fantastic movie. A great story, and a stellar cast that totally draw you in and keep you engaged in the story throughout. This is a truly excellent film. It is a shame that so many movies like this remain unnoticed.

Erin C (us) wrote: Better than I thought it would be. I wasn't expecting much, so I was pleasantly surprised.

Allan C (de) wrote: The opening credits bill Robert Rodriguez as writer, producer, director and "short, chopped and scored by". However, if you look at IMDB not only did Rodriguez write, direct, photograph, edit and score the film, he was also the production designer, camera operator and the sound effects editor, so whether you love or hate this movie, credit nearly all goes to Rodriguez. As the third and final of the Mariachi trilogy, this film is the biggest of the three films, making this "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" equivalent as the crown jewel of his trilogy. Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek are both back for this sequel, but they are joined by what is by far the most stellar cast of the series, which includes Johnny Depp, Mickey Rourke, Eva Mendes, Danny Trejo, Enrique Iglesias, Cheech Marin, Rubn Blades, Willem Defoe, Pedro Armendariz and many other familiar faces. Of all the new folks, it's Johnny Depp as a freakin' modern day Zatoichi that steals the show. This was the same year that the first "Pirates of the Caribbean" came out, which launched Depp from mere movie star into Hollywood superstar territory, and deservedly so, though between this dil and Pirates, I much prefer this film and Depp's performance as well. Depp plays a rogue CIA agent, or so he says, trying to take down Mexican drug dealer, Defoe by any smarmy means necessary. Depp oozes charm and has a hypnotic quality that beguiles those around him (and the audience) even though you know that he's going to screw over anyone who gets in his way. This may be my favorite Depp character, which is aging something considering Depp's filmography. After watching this movie the firs time in theaters, my first thought was, I want a spinoff to follow Depp's Zatoichi-like blind gunman, along with his young helper (ALA "Lone Wolf and Cub"). Besides Banderas and Depp, the third part of this trio is Willem Defoe, who is good and has a pretty splashy character, especially near the end of the film after botched facial plastic surgery. Of the supporting characters, I remember being excited to see Mickey Rourke in anything. Oh, and Eva Mendez is smokin' hot! Overall, this is a wildly entertaining action flick that is a fitting end to a memorable trilogy that had a very interesting evolution film-to-film.

Jordan K (nl) wrote: This movie was basically women talking about how crappy men are but at the same time how they need something between their legs.

Francisco L (kr) wrote: Hairspray is cliched, unoriginal and a bit boring, but its songs, cast and its performances are outstanding

Shawn W (it) wrote: Pekinpah film about an aging rodeo rider who finally returns home when the circuit hits his hometown. I never really got attached to any of the characters (even McQueen) the first go around but this is one which might need a second viewing. Still don't understand the appeal of rodeo.

Oswaldo d (ca) wrote: one of Buuels masterpices... I love most of Buuels work but this is him at his Best, Catherine Denueve its a screen Godess

erik f (br) wrote: This is an unintentially funny British horror B movie - a chimp grows up to be a man in an ape suit and he gets killed by the Army. Every other major character is also killed off and there is some great Rock and Roll dancing sequences to enjoy.

Paul C (ag) wrote: One of the most boring biblical stories i have ever seen put to screen - for the want of a few battle scenes this could possibly have been a lesser epic.

Thomas H (it) wrote: I feel like the words "delightfully strange" fit this film pretty well. Definitely worth a watch.

James L (mx) wrote: Pretty televisual, quite funny, with charm that badly receeds once Conolly departs.