FernGully 2: The Magical Rescue

FernGully 2: The Magical Rescue

Pips wants to see more of the outside world. Batty arrives in a panic, announcing that two human poachers are right behind him. Poachers show up with their dogs and promptly capture the three baby animals. Pips and the Beetle Boys volunteer to follow the humans to town and rescue the babies, convincing Batty to be their guide.

The fairies of FernGully must venture outside the rain forest to rescue several young animals who were captured by poachers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


FernGully 2: The Magical Rescue torrent reviews

Evan M (ru) wrote: Enjoyable and intuitive animation, wonderful performances by Jenny Slate and Louis C.K. but lacking an intuitive story or much humor, The Secret Life of Pets's plot may be predictable and its pace may be too fast for its own good, but it is nonetheless wholly entertaining and heartwarming.

Maciek b (ru) wrote: A bit too bolly to take it seriously, but it's nice, entertaining story which also brings up the problem of racism in football and the position of south Asian people in England.

Leena L (br) wrote: Decent, even if a little dry and lengthy film based-on-a real-life-story about an inventor and his wiper-trials. And his victory over the big corporations. good for him.

Andrew P (gb) wrote: Not bad. Nothing more really could be said lol

Alexander C (jp) wrote: Looks interesting will try to find and watch!

Michael K (au) wrote: Probably Kevin Costner's finest film, a fish out of water story, with Costner's army lieutenant taking to a life amidst the Sioux people. It and 'The Last Samurai' share much in common in plot structure beginning with 1860's army men in crisis of conscience and them both eventually finding solace in the exploration of an outside culture.

Luke B (jp) wrote: It's like some kind of World of Warcraft fan made film. The quality, the content, it is all God awful but damn hilarious. Most of the time it seems like a parody, stick Charlie Sheen in the lead and it would have been one of the best films ever made. Funny how things work out. The puppets all look as though they were saved from a Halloween bargain bin, the sets are obviously all Styrofoam and as for the acting...that's mostly confusing. Every woman, when touched, has her clothes fall off. It's a good 80 minutes for a drunken laugh, especially the evil sorcerer turning a henchman into a woman.

Tom B (jp) wrote: This excellent film has no narration to distract you from the visuals. It showcases or food as a commodity rather than a relationship with and stewards of the earth.

Rita G (nl) wrote: This film made a powerful impression on me when I first saw it as an 8 year old. Its message of how ones choices affect those around rings true still. Only now as an adult have I learned to appreciate the subtly of Igancio Lopez Tarso's portrail of the simple woodcutter.

Mary H (br) wrote: Great sequel! Loved the reprised "Buttons and Bow" with Jane Russell and Roy Rogers! Bob's little quips are great! "When I was 12 oh what a joy! Mom told me I was a boy!"

(nl) wrote: It works with adventure, but the problem is there's few good ideas and it just doesn't work to make it happen.