Garfield Gets Real
Garfield is back with a new look. Tired with his routine as a comic strip star, Garfield escapes the page and heads into the "real world." While living the low-key life of a real housecat, he learns his comic will be cancelled if he doesn't return before the newspaper goes to print. The video games will follow the storyline as Garfield plows through obstacles to make his way back home.
- Stars:Richard Berry, Pascal Elbé, Zabou Breitman, Aïssa Maïga, Bernard Blancan, Guilaine Londez, Moussa Maaskri, Frédéric Saurel, Gérald Laroche, Jean-Louis Loca, Aure Atika, Frank Welker, Rajia Baroudi, Gregg Berger, Jennifer Darling, Greg Eagles, Pat Fraley, Jason Marsden, David Michie, Harold Perrineau, Neil Ross, Stephen Stanton, Fred Tatasciore, Audrey Wasilewski, Wally Wingert,
- Director:Mark A.Z. Dippé, Kyung Ho Lee,
- Writer:Jim Davis
Follow Garfield behind the scenes in Cartoon World where he grows bored with his life as a comic strip star. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: Life Itself(2014)Starring:Roger Ebert,Chaz Ebert,Martin Scorsese,and A.O ScottDirected By:Steve JamesReviewA long time I go while I was watching a requested review by filmmasteradam on the movie Daredevil. He started the review by talking about what Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert said in a video that has been shown to journalism students and while I was watching that part I was like I really like these film critics and from there I've been watching videos on Roger Ebert from Nostalgia Critic,Chris Stuckman and some times reading his reviews or watching them on movies I haven't seen yet and I still do.But when Roger passed I found myself at dismay if he's gone who am I suppose to listen to when it comes to watching movies or just wanting to see an opinion on another critic,Chris Stuckman is still just a young man who I'm pretty sure doesn't have a picture under Rotten Tomatoes along with JeremyJahns and Filmmasteradam takes forever uploading a movie review because he's busy with college.That was until I noticed that my father or mother put a subscription for Entertainment Weekly and every now and then read the reviews from either critics Chris Nashawaty or Owen Gilberman along with two other critics who are associated with Roger Matt Zoller Seltz and Richard Roper. Even though I don't agree with Roper too often.The movie is of course a documentary,which is hard for any person to watch because you have to be either fond and familiar to the subject matter. But I was fond and familiar with Roger Ebert and I'm watching this documentation on him thinking that the best thing I can give about any documentary is that it is informative and enjoyable which this is.When you would watch any of Roger's friends or coworkers talk about I honestly felt that like I think i know what it is there feeling about how his work was and the things he did or his relationships with his family. I think that is the highlight of this film.I didn't take this film for an emotional tour of a critic who I enjoyed and you shouldn't either unless you've watched a good amount of his shows of Siskel&Ebert or Ebert and Roper,but if you haven't then take the film/documentation tour for the same reason I did,a tour into a mans life who loved movies just as much as you should if you are on this site/group and when the film is finished always remember one thing that I like to say for every time I ask a question,make a statement or leave a link to a review of a film that I enjoyed, always remember that no matter how bad films can be that there is an art to them for their badness and for the others their goodness remember to enjoy the movies! I give Life Itself a two thumps up and a five out of five.
(kr) wrote: After finding and losing his true love in London, Samar Anand defies death by becoming a bomb disposal expert for the Indian Army. Returning to London after 10 years, he suffers amnesia after an accident. Will he be reunited with his love?
(ag) wrote: the way its filmed is admirable and the action is pretty good and brutal but the story is mad confusing especially in conjunction with the rest of the franchise.
(it) wrote: Incredibly powerful and beautiful. This describes the music, photography and scenery on display in this interesting documentary. Obviously being a fan of Sigur Ros helps but even without that it informs so much the mood, history and people of Iceland. I can't think of another film quite like it.
(ca) wrote: A very good movie by Danielle Arbid, far better than MA3AREK 7OBB.You should watch it and also try to see he short THIS SMELL OF SEX.
(nl) wrote: Interesting approach to institutionalized multiculturalism and inverted, latent racism, though not very entertaining movie Aniston is awesome!
(nl) wrote: You, Me and Dupree is somewhat funny. I will say that this movie had its funny moments, but it didn't seem like this movie was that good. The trailer to this movie made me want to see the actual movie because I thought it was going to be good, but it was not. This is one of Owen Wilson's worst movies yet. The plot of the movie was okay. I would somewhat suggest this movie.
(br) wrote: I watched this movie not knowing what to expect, and ended up quite enjoying it. Caroline Dhavernas is always a joy to see on screen, and David Boreanaz pulled the role well. Lots of fun. =)
(br) wrote: LA's finest illegal masterwork.
(us) wrote: Ye Lou is one of the greatest Chinese 6th generation directors. James said, the film jumps too much and not making much sense, but the thing is, a good film doesn't have to tell you everything, those films are only for brainless people, good films make you think and involve. However, Suzhou River is a better work by Lou. Looking forward to see Summer Palace and his new film in 2010.
(kr) wrote: Interesting movie, manipulative ending. Shame they took the director's movie away from him in the 11th hour.
(ru) wrote: I've wanted to watch this since it came out, but I was "too old" for it at the time. Thanks to Netflix I'm finally able to watch it. I have to say I'm extremely disappointed. The spotty animation in the late 90s feels uncalled for, but the worst part of the film are the musical numbers! Hey, I love musicals, but this had too many songs and NONE of them were good. The rhyming was juvenile and none seemed to carry a real melody. Oh, and my least favorite thing in animated films: Anachronistic jokes! Apparently this movie was plagued with disasters behind the scenes. It shows. But the story is quite timeless and this could've worked had someone with a strong unified vision had been behind it.
(kr) wrote: An wonderfully fun action / comedy / spy thriller that despite its lengthy shift of story focus in the second act delivers some good solid entertainment, action set-pieces and laughs. Silliest moment...Arnie trying to get a horse to jump across from one high building to another. The fact that the horse refuses is irrelevant, it's the ridiculous notion of Arnie's character even thinking its a good idea. Sheesh!
(us) wrote: Best Predator film in the franchise. Added so much to the Predator character; the weapons, the Elder and the rest of the clan, the amazing ship interior, and confirming that Aliens and Predators share the same Universe, which is truly a brilliant idea (just hasn't been executed properly on film as they have in the games and comics, novels..especially Aliens versus Predator 2 PC 2001, easily the best installment in the Alien and Predator franchise). Truly an underrated masterpiece. It if wasn't for Predator 2 we wouldn't have the iconic Yautja character we have today. Yes Predator (1987) is brilliant but Predator 2 is to the first film what Aliens (1986) is to Alien (1979).
(es) wrote: Not bad, Not bad at all
(fr) wrote: Polanski's debut starts off pretty good, but it simply sits idle instead of being the great thriller that it is advertised to be. There's simply not enough here to warrant greatness, but Polanski's other films are really good.
(ag) wrote: The Abandoned is an atmospheric horror film that gets under your skin early with intrigue, however there really is no pay-off for what's going on and more importantly, little of it makes any sense by the ending. Having seen the director's controversial previous short film, Aftermath, I expected to see some pretty wild stuff, but apart from a few jump-scare moments, there really isn't much to see here. The story is incredibly flimsy; a woman goes to Russia upon learning she has an inheritance and the rest of the film is literally her being stuck in this haunted location trying to figure out why she's seeing doppelganger ghosts of herself and the brother she didn't know she had. The ghosts offer a neat spin because they act as stigmata where however they try to harm them, they are actually harming themselves too, which provides some much-needed tension for how to overcome their adversaries. The house itself constantly flips between past and present to slowly reveal the mystery of what happened to them as children, but again, none of it really amounts to much and I became disinterested quick. The ending is pretty grim and there's a pretty disgusting scene involving some pigs, but apart from that, there is nothing to recommend here and this honestly should've went straight-to-dvd. The poster is also complete nonsense: nothing in this movie has anything to do with a doll.
(us) wrote: Funny movie. Blackheart got what he deserved.
(ag) wrote: I enjoyed this. The typical tale of rags to riches, similar to the likes of Slumdog Millionaire and it had a decent soundtrack too. Not the best moment of Bill Murray but he was still more than competent in this.
(it) wrote: Eddie Murphy as Norbit is another concept that's been done to death since the dawn of time