Walt Disney's timeless masterpiece is an extravaganza of sight and sound! See the music come to life, hear the pictures burst into song and experience the excitement that is Fantasia over and over again.

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Fantasia torrent reviews

John Eric D (ca) wrote: I was thinking the title could be changed into "the psychopath twins"(that would be cheesy by the way). Not bad for an After Dark release. It's not that creepy for me but just to look the expressions of the Entin brothers and their performances is a top notch. If you're an AF fan, this is definitely a must watch.

Neil R (us) wrote: Great film. Some of the acting is a little bit suspect, but it didn't spoil my enjoyment on any noticable level. It's actually starting to make me wonder about someone I used to know...

Jamie C (br) wrote: Seen 1 and 2, and 2 was pushing it. 4? Hmmmm.... maybe out of curiosity!

Jason K (de) wrote: Watching it right now. I have seen it many times, and every time it still sets me off. I get pissed cause it's so true. Sad thing is, I hear it's even worse now days.

Erik H (mx) wrote: good flick with the young, conflicted goslin slammin' our screens! suffers a bit from the "cool 90s movie" syndrome i don't really like (especially the score), but overall a pretty good flick.

gary t (ca) wrote: wow what a movie...i have just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch...its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie..i think that byron minns, carl lumbly, christian coleman, glenn plummer play good parts throughout this movie..its a really good movie 2 watch...i think that the director of this Drama, Mystery & Suspense movie had done a really good job of directing this movie its got a great cast throughout this movie...its a really good movie 2 watch n its a good movie

Troy M (fr) wrote: Bronson Pinchot is so cute in this film! I fell in love with him when I first saw this!

Dan L (kr) wrote: A humorous period piece with hints of harsh realism, folksy fantasy, and historical drama tied together by an unusual love story. Great cinematography and production values representative of the blossoming Chinese cinema of circa 1990.

Nicki M (au) wrote: Creepy old Japanese movie about a woman and her mother in law who live alone in the woods, waiting for the return of the husband/son, who has been sent to war. One day they are attacked and raped by a group of samurai and their house burned down with them in it. The pair return as vengeful spirits, vowing to murder all samurai they come across. And then the husband/ son returns, and he has been made a samurai. Genuinely creepy and disturbing.

Mia D (fr) wrote: Elvis could act. Say what you like - no matter how inexperienced he was (no acting training at all), when given the chance, Elvis was a natural at acting. Watch King Creole, Wild in the Country, Follow That Dream, Flaming Star, Change Of Habit, and then try to say he couldn't act. You can't.The plot/script of King Creole, while no Oscar winner, is better than average '50's fare and is certainly one of the best Elvis would ever get. King Creole is dark film noir set in the backdrop of the French Quarter in New Orleans, with Elvis as Danny Fisher, a twice high school dropout trying to find whatever means of a buck for himself, his sister and his unemployed father. Matthau is interesting as the very bad crime boss, and the unfortunate Ronnie is ably done by Carolyn Jones.This film, with Elvis' three other pre-Army films, give us a wistful glimpse of what could have, and should have been, if he had been taken more seriously. If it hadn't been for his conniving manager, who exploited his career and took over much of his professional, creative, and personal life, Elvis may have had the respectable reputation as both competent actor and singer as Sinatra had. Sadly, this was never realized: his output as actor is remembered solely from the many horrible '60's musicals that Col. Parker forced him into.If Elvis had truly pushed for better scripts like King Creole, he could easily have been the kind of actor more in line with the James Deans, Marlon Brandos, or Tony Curtises he admired. Instead, the rock n' roll rawness that was present in King Creole and Jailhouse Rock was gradually sterilized, until he became the polite, bumbling man reduced to singing "Old MacDonald Had a Farm" to children. It's not hard to see that his growing disappointment, so obvious in his later films, played it's part in his later demise.

Ken D (de) wrote: Not really made for children as you have the famous nude scene in this and the way the animals kill off the tribesmen to save Jane and the others. The story was alright albeit a simple one. A pretty face paced movie with quite a bit of action and some good villianry as well.

Kaitlyn J (mx) wrote: A different kind of spy/undercover agent movie but I did not like it. Has some good action scenes though.

Jocey D (ru) wrote: It's a charming, tender love story. Hugh Grant's character is a real English gentleman, a bit slow to take it to the next level but he eventually does get the job done, in a surreal manner.

Jason C (fr) wrote: Love this movie. Saw it in the theater, now just bought it today on 1/15/14 Unrated Director's cut.