Jiminy Cricket hosts two Disney animated shorts: "Bongo," about a circus bear escaping to the wild, and "Mickey and the Beanstalk," a take on the famous fairy tale. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jiminy Cricket hosts two Disney animated shorts: "Bongo," about a circus bear escaping to the wild, and "Mickey and the Beanstalk," a take on the famous fairy tale.
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Michael R (ca) wrote: Kate Beckinsale Looked Hot, The Rest Was Half Ass Crap...No Wonder It Sat Since 2014...
Scott L (ca) wrote: Mindblowingly unique animation, so-so story
JY S (ag) wrote: Out of nowhere, director Nobuo Mizuta delivers a comedic film in Maiko haaaan!!!, which is almost along the lines of Kamikaze Girls or Battlefield Baseball.When it comes down to it, this film is about a man who is obsessed with Geisha. Everything else that happens, which is a lot of things, seems to stem out from this. At one moment it is all about ramen, then the next it is about baseball, and then it is about making movies. By the end of the movie it is about becoming mayor. Talk about being erratic. Yet, the Geisha concept is able to hold the film together in one piece.The first 2/3rds of the film are highly entertaining. Quirky visuals fill the screen and quick scene transitions, as well humorous dialogue, fill up this portion of the movie. It seems that every movie wants to a have serious dramatic ending and the last 1/3 of this flick feels that way. Fortunately, it doesn't falter that much since the main character's over acting and mushroom hair help to keep some humor going. The movie also begins to pick up again for the last 10 minutes or so.The acting is quite good. Sadao Abe is just over the top as the lead, but it fits in this film. He may be a little annoying at times, but for the most part you will be laughing at him. Shin'ichi Tsutsumi, known from Hiroyuki Tanaka (Sabu) films, is good as Sadao's rival. The rest of the supporting cast, including Kou Shibasaki and Saori Koide all follow up with good performances.This really is an entertaining film, and even though it isn't able to keep the comedic energy for the whole 2 hours, it is still worth the watch.
Leong C (fr) wrote: A wonderful flick about lost, friendship, family..... fantastic performance by Sandler...
Scott P (ag) wrote: I only have three words for you: Tron Funkin Blow. Hilariously candid, this is a great look at 'bangers' and for better or worse, brings back a lot of my own fubar moments. I feel like a 21 beer shotgun salute is long overdue.
Harmony T (es) wrote: jesse bradford so hott
James M (ru) wrote: Science-fiction thriller which lifts many ideas from Blade Runner, Robocop, The Terminator and others. Even has characters named John Carpenter, Sam Raimi & Scott Ridley. It's not terrible, but it certainly lacks originality.
Jack O (ag) wrote: Well after the Disney classics of Snow White and Pinocchio it seems Walt had to do something really special. I mean REALLY special! Walt Disney had made a landmark of animation to Musical animated feature with no dialogue. How fascinating is that?The musical themes are:Toccata and Fugue in D MinorNutcracker SuiteThe Sorcerer's Apprentice (starring Mickey Mouse)The Rite of SpringThe intermission of Meet the SoundtrackThe Pastoral SymphonyDance of the HoursNight on Bald Mountainand finally Ave MariaThat's all the classical musicals there is. I have only seen the opening number of Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, The Sorcerer's Apprentice, The Rite of Sping which is scary and the beautiful musical theme Ave Maria. Years ago I've watched The Rite of Spring and when I got older my friend Sam Hudson told me that it is a box office disappointment. I didn't know that it is a box office disappointment when I watch this movie because Sam told me that because of the World War II. Aside from that, this Disney classic is a critical acclaim. The music in this is beautiful just the two Disney classics, it is a achivement of all of us.
Ross P (ru) wrote: Yes, what a wonderful, wonderful film. If you like unintentionally funny 80s explo and gratuitous nudity this is the film for you! Lana Clarkson is such a baaaaaaabe.
Will E (ag) wrote: First two shorts are dated and mediocre, but the third, 'Amelia,' about a voodoo doll, is a stone-cold horror classic, an absolute must-see. And Karen Black is great in all her roles here.
Liam M (fr) wrote: The cinematic equivalent of Tarantino master-bating on screen for 2 hours. I could have enjoyed this a lot more, there are elements of a good movie here, if it didn't feel so self indulgent.
Daniel R (it) wrote: Santa brings home an orphan baby and he grows up to be Will Ferrell, an elf living in the north pole. He's soon told he's not like the other elves and that his real father lives in New York and his dad's on the naughty list. The elf goes off to find his dad and the hilarity begins as he journeys through New York city. Ferrell gives a pleasant performance and ultimately became a blockbuster star with this bittersweet comedy.
Taryn F (ca) wrote: It was ok, good story!
Phil H (nl) wrote: Adapted from a novel of the same name, yet after a bit of reading the movie is quite different from the book. With a title like this you'd think this film was about werewolves, but you'd be wrong. In fact it kinda depends on what source you go by, the book is sort of about werewolves, a species of creature that are descended from wolves, intelligent and probably more like werewolves than in this film. In the movie there are no werewolves and no creatures descended from the wolf line.And there lies the problem with this movie, no werewolves. The plot is all about these mysterious murders in New York, bodies are turning up badly mutilated or half eaten and everyone knows there aren't any alligators in the sewers doing this so...what gives?! Fear not, along comes the most unlikely monster hunter in the form of Albert Finney to try and crack the case, with the help of his female partner and the plucky coroner played by Gregory Hines. Now this isn't a jokey action packed supernatural thriller, oh no, its actually a reasonably slow paced detective story as we follow Finney and co snooping around in the Bronx.For the most part its quite intriguing I can't deny, I had no clue who or what was actually killing these people. You're not so sure if its actually a supernatural beastie or just some looney tune, someone close to Finney perhaps. Without trying to give the game away it is disappointing how they go about this movie, the alterations they make. Like I said in the book there are actually genuine creatures on the prowl, here in the movie they substitute monsters for wolf spirits, or more accurately, Native American wolf spirits. I'm still not sure if these wolves were actually the Native American descendants Finney's character follows up on, these guys claim they are shapeshifters in the movie. Seeing as in the book the creatures are descendants of wolves, it makes sense in this movie that the wolf spirits on the loose are Native American descendants. It never really confirms this concept (I don't think) but I'm guessing the local Natives were the wolves, or they were able to summon them maybe. What really disappointed me was the fact the wolves actually did look like proper wolves, they actually used real wolves in the movie. This of course ties in with the new Native American angle they use, but I found it an anti-climax because I wanted to see something more terrifying, more of a monster, pack of monsters. The whole movie has this pretty decent eerie atmosphere going on showing us wolf POV, how they stalk their prey, their vision, how they attract prey by making ghostly baby noises etc...Then they merely turn out to be actual wolves that you can see in the zoo or where ever. I didn't find that scary, after all the great buildup, dark moody moments and horrific deaths...they just turn out to be actual wolves.Speaking of the wolf POV shots, well blow me down if John McTiernan didn't swipe ideas from this movie for 'Predator'. I kid you not! I have read this movie is notable for its early use of thermography/thermal imaging with the wolf vision sequences. You see these sequences and right away you know McTiernan probably pinched the idea for his Arnie vehicle, but jazzed it up a bit with bolder colours. Its these sequences that really add some spice to the wolf antics in the movie, mainly because for the most part you believe its a monster or werewolf and these sequences are darn effective conveying that.What's more I do firmly believe Alan Silvestri also pinched the musical score from this film for that particular Arnie vehicle! You listen to it throughout this film and its pretty obvious if you ask me, its nearly identical! All this time I thought McTiernan and co had spearheaded such an original franchise and material.Its certainly dated these days but the gore effects hold up well, very well actually. There's something a bit off about it all though, I guess the sight of these Native American fellas and their own little bar in downtown NY doesn't quite seem to fit in with the surroundings. I can't help but think the whole thing would have worked better in the wilderness or a smallish town out west, the sight of these wolves running around the city looks more out of place than scary really. Again the choice of Finney in the lead was an odd one if you ask me, he also doesn't quite fit into the NY surroundings. Its definitely an off-kilter movie and slightly misleading at the same time, the book does sound much better and more of what you'd expect.