Famous Five

Famous Five

The Famous Five Julian, Dick, Anne, George and Timmy (the dog) spend their vacation together, while George's dad (Professor Quentin ) is staying on a nearby island where he works on a ...

The film recounts the adventures of Julian, Dick, Anne, George and Timmy the dog on their first holiday together at the seaside. In an old smugglers' cave, the children happen to overhear a radio message that refers to the abduction of George’s father Quentin. The professor has set up a laboratory on Kirrin Island where he’s doing research on a new energy generation method. Someone has obviously taken great interest in the valuable research results. But neither the police nor George’s mother Fanny believe the children. They are now on their own and discover a conspiracy that almost takes their breath away. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Famous Five torrent reviews

Alex M (ca) wrote: Worse than horrible.... these kids let the blood widow kill the lot of them without a lick of common sense, especially at the end...

Eric L (kr) wrote: This is no Flashpoint. The fight choreography is great but each scene is cut extremely fast and there's barely any! And seriously Colin Chou?! I had so much anticipation for this movie !!!disappointewiththe end result.

Javier E (gb) wrote: Una historia sencilla, pero que abre el apetito. "Haute Cuisine" relata la historia de la chef personal del presidente de Francia durante los dos anos que trabajo con el. Asi de simple, pero muy ameno y sobre todo muy bien actuado. Con peliculas sobre comida lo que deseas es que te den ganas de comer todo lo que presentan en pantalla y esta cinta cumple con creces. (Texto intencionalmente sin acentos).

Bob B (gb) wrote: It's Big but they are both big. It's Freaky Friday but they are male and mates. Big and FF are much better.

Shani F (au) wrote: pretty good, i want it

A S (us) wrote: Funny but as good as the first I like how they told stories in the first this was just an adventure but still good and cool 87%

J F (au) wrote: Turn off the audio. Plays better as a silent film.

Anna N (de) wrote: Not interested. I generally avoid horror movies.

Bob V (mx) wrote: A jaded woman returns to her hometown and soon sets things stirring by some of the menfolk. Will she be able to choose and if she does, will she stick with it? It's really the excellent, film noir-ish cinematography and above all, Stanwyck's portrayal that make this film above run of the mill. Other than that it's "notable" for being the first film where Marilyn Monroe's name is above the title, although alterations to her character eventually ended her up with playing yet another bit part, but at least she got to do some acting here, and from here on her career truly took off. Worth mentioning as well I think is Paul Douglas; who is certainly not the most glamorous or handsome star (good heavens, no, he isn't!). When he's playing the good old doofus part of his character, he feels a bit hammy to me, but when he later on loses his shit, Douglas channels all the overflowing emotions so intensely that he's positively scary.

Alexander B (nl) wrote: This spin-off sequel was a pure cash grab attempt to capture the blunder that was Daredevil. Fortunately, and unbeknownst to whatever moron greenlit this and the previous disaster, the movie failed to reach even 25% of the box office that Daredevil "achieved." I say fortunately because this marked the end of the terrible 2000s when it came to trying to bank on people's childhood (well for marvel.. for the most part). This movie, and Daredevil, are clear examples of exactly what fans do not want: "famous/attractive" "actors" squeezed in spandex put through a few soft-core 30 minute cardio kickboxing action sequences delivering barely coherent derivative babble in a poorly constructed plot that's loosely based on a somewhat famous side-character from a more famous series. In contrast, Netflix's Daredevil series puts actual actors in realistic costumes and are very well trained and choreographed in their fights while positively delivering well written lines in a strongly composed plot that heavily follows both the spirit of a beloved character and heavily referencing the source material. I think the verdict is clear here. Even without hindsight and looking at this movie objectively, Electra is an advanced level class on how not to make a movie.

Shawn W (ru) wrote: Aptly titled garbage. Aimless film about street people who liquify after consuming cheap alcohol called Viper a party store vendor finds in his store room. Low point is a scene where bums play keep-away with a penis severed off another bum.

James Z (fr) wrote: Well shot, well acted. I have no idea what the fuck went on though

Ian S (au) wrote: Best bit of Telly I've watched in a long time!! We sat mesmerized for the duration??????