Elmer Elephant

Elmer Elephant

Little ELMER ELEPHANT has a crush on Tillie Tiger & his affection is reciprocated (don't try to figure it out). Trouble is, the pint-sized pachyderm is beset by bullies who ridicule his trunk and make his life miserable. Then a conflagration breaks out at Tillie's tree house...

The other children at a birthday party mock Elmer Elephant for his big nose, but it proves useful when he needs to save the birthday girl from a fire in her tree house. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Grady H (mx) wrote: Now this was some seriously crazy shit right here. As zombie movie go it wasn't half bad, and sure I get why they did it, and I did get some chuckles, so there's that

Timothy J (es) wrote: A well acted and good World War One Film. The Dog Fights were good for that era of Film Making.

Edward P (jp) wrote: Great movie and one of only 2 good Resident Evil movies in existence. The live action movies can go eat a dick.

Robyn N (es) wrote: "Shotgun Stories" is a moody melodrama of Southern rural life smartly observed. Jeff Nichols shoots his first feature film, trusting the scenery, the faces of his actors creating the atmosphere while he relies on small town, everyday life circumstances for character building. "Shotgun Stories" is a tragedy that unfolds beautifully as an intimate family drama. It serves as a passionate cry to end senseless violence, as well as a stark reminder that we possess the power to determine our own destinies. Set against the backdrop of rural Arkansas, "Shotgun Stories" follows an escalating feud between two sets of half-brothers who differ in every way, except for one side of their parental heritage. We are first introduced to Son (Michael Shannon), Boy (Dougls Ligon), and Kid Hayes (Barlow Jacobs), born to a drunken father who didn't have the decency to give his offspring names, and rejected by a mother who was too bitter to care for them. The father decides to abandon his first family to find sobriety, God, and to begin a new life with another family. He fathers four more sons who were given the real names and the upbringing they deserved. The second Hayes family owns a cotton and soybean farm and is comfortably middle class. Son, in contrast, works at a fish hatchery and loses all his money trying to perfect a "system" he thinks can beat the local casino. Kid sleeps in a tent in Son's yard, and Boy lives in a van by the river. When their father dies the sets of brothers are brought together at his funeral, and their previously harbored hostilities erupt and further escalate. Nichols makes a point not to show us the actual violence on screen. He often cuts away at the critical moments of a confrontation, and it is Nichols' approach to film making that strips away any glamour associated with the violence while being consistent with his message. It should be noted that the pacing here is pretty slow - albeit realistically so. Thankfully the performances alone are sufficient to keep this counter-revenge tragedy on track. The performances are uniformly excellent with veteran character actor Michael Shannon as the film's emotional anchor. There is plenty to enjoy in "Shotgun Stories," just don't anticipate all the fireworks.

Victor R (ru) wrote: Success and failure are choices we make. If you are successful, then this makes sense, but if you?re not, well? After all, no one actually believes that they are a failure because they chose to be. It is a very difficult idea to grasp. However, this is an idea that I tend to agree with. Although luck does play a part in our success, it is what you make with it that really determines if your successful or not. Luck By Chance illustrates that to us very clearly. Success is not determined by our fortune, it is determined by how happy we are in spite of it. I loved this film. It had incredible passion to it. The characters were so real and it is all attributed to such great acting. I was really impressed by these kids? performances. They were all very talented even the character of Nikki played by Isha Sharvani who portrayed an actress who was supposed to be all looks and no talent. I think she had one of the toughest roles in this movie. This film is about Bollywood actors who are trying to make it in a cut throat business. Funny, if you replace just one letter in Bollywood, you could have had the same movie based out of LA. I do not have much experience with Bollywood movies. The only other one I have seen was Slumdog Millionaire, however, I do not even think that was a real Bollywood movie. I did find the dialog a little difficult to follow at first only because they kept code switching between Hindi and English. However, in my opinion this added to the realism of the movie and it made it quite interesting to watch. I have only ever seen code switching before with Spanish-American movies, never with any other language, it was quite remarkable. The sets were beautiful, the actors were awesome, the script was incredible, this movie, well it left me speechless. Our movies have influenced the world in so many ways. I think the entire world knows about our movies and everyone has been a big fan of them for a long time. We are just starting to see something similar happening with Bollywood pictures. Are we beginning to see some competition? This is really great news for us movie goers. If we expect to see movies like this coming from Bollywood, I think we are all in for a real nice treat. We have seen movies like this before, this was nothing new. However, there was something unique with the some of the decisions and outcome in this movie that made it totally fresh and interesting. Maybe it was that I don?t know anything about the Indian lifestyle. Watching this movie you get to see their daily lives. We have this image of India being a third world country, with poverty and crime. I never quite believed that. I?m sure they have their poverty, I am sure they have their crime, who does not? I didn?t see that in this movie, I saw a beautiful country with a really cool culture not all that dissimilar to ours. If you are not into the foreign film scene, you might not appreciate this one. It is dialog driven so there is a lot of reading. If you?re looking into watching a Bollywood movie for the first time, or if you just want to see a good foreign film some time, this is a great choice. It was very entertaining and I?m glad that is was in my list.

Amanda H (us) wrote: Sweet story...big time tear-jerker!

Tina M (au) wrote: Silky smooth yet fun romantic comedy starring the gorgeous Vivica A. Fox (who's character is probably very much like Ms. Fox herself), Carmen Electra and Stacey Dash as three best friends who agree on playing a cat-and-mouse game with a random but handsome stranger. If you like tricky games, you'll have fun with this one. I watched this movie straight through and LOVED it!

Ricky P (jp) wrote: Smart, witty and fun. Monster House is the one forgotten kids movie that many will remember growing up with

Lee M (us) wrote: Though it has settled into obscurity now, Madagascar Skin, much like his feature debut (1993??s Anchoress) reveals Newby to be one of British cinema??s hidden talents.

Dorian J (ag) wrote: Good film! It was kind of cool to see Barrymore in her young days. To see her playing such a serious, if not, adult role shows how much of a great actor Barrymore really is. Shelley, Ryan, Sharon, and Drew worked well together. And to learn a little bit about the "Emancipation of Minor" and how it works.

Jono S (jp) wrote: The point of Paradise Lost is that evil knows what is held in the mind of the good. But taken one step further, what if evil delivers itself to good only to destroy itself for the possibility of becoming good and also to show what is good how good it really is? That is why there can be no name on the bullet. Because evil can shift, and it can be wiped out, too, for even a moment.

lucy w (ag) wrote: A piece of marvellous and elegant film direction signed by Douglas Sirk. It has one of the best recreations of apocalyptic Germany\Russia during WWII ever filmed; with detailed and incredibly real-looking sets, beautiful yet merciless landscapes, and a characteristic lush cinematography that enhances the dread and destruction present everywhere. The central romance is a bit of light in such a dark place - even if John Gavin isn't the greatest actor coming out from Hollywood. What amazes me is how Sirk, with all the ingredients to make a sappy and unwatchable movie (over-sentimental writing, uninspired acting and overly dramatic music, for example), is capable of turning all that into such a splendid and moving work of art. A great film.

Margarita S (ag) wrote: This is a slow burn of a movie. It was difficult to initially get into it since it kept abruptly shifting scenes and introducing a variety of characters. The storyline development was stretched out, needlessly so at times. When it eventually all comes together, it's really solid and the last 30 minutes build to an attention getting, action-packed conclusion. All that said, this movie doesn't have any lasting effects. Its commentary on the bastardization of the American Dream is mediocre at best.

Juan A (it) wrote: A triumph: The music, the script, the directing, the photography, and Jack Nicholson's outstanding performance.

Tim A (us) wrote: the reason this gets 2.5 instead of 2 is that a. i'm a sucker for nic cage for some inexplicable reason, and b. the line "you're stepping on caroline" was hilarious.

Richie A (nl) wrote: Fargo melds with Japan . . . most awesome

Steph S (fr) wrote: Im not interested in the storyline.

Ondrej (ag) wrote: Brutal, honest, engaging. Yet distant and without direction to copy failure of the experiment, which ultimately hurts the movie.