Jetsons: The Movie

Jetsons: The Movie

George Jetson is forced to uproot his family when Mr. Spacely promotes him to take charge of a new factory on a distant planet.

Set in a time filled with family-sized spacecrafts and intergalactic travel, the movie focuses on George Jetson who is forced to uproot his family when Mr. Spacely promotes him to take charge of a new factory on a distant planet. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Jetsons: The Movie torrent reviews

Alfin N (kr) wrote: Being an HR manager is a godawful heavy responsibility.

Yahiyaravi2000 Y (ca) wrote: ITS REALLY HEART BRAKEBLE STORY

Gavin W (gb) wrote: A very good rendering of the difficulty in aide work.

Private U (mx) wrote: you have to see it. B list horror but amazing. six people made this film and it looks like it's done by a band of pro's.

Adrian Z (kr) wrote: I think i'm a little too white for this one.

ReBecca H (kr) wrote: It was a good movie. Interesting. The last 1/4 of the movie was slow but the ending was a surprise. I definitely recommend it to anyone who has ever gotten their MS or PhD.

Denise P (ru) wrote: Smartly written, empathetic and backed up with a fascinating social-minded viewpoint, Even Money delivers a darkly gripping perspective on the unnerving side effects of gambling that really works thanks to its emotionally moving score and solidly talented cast who portray their characters with honesty and sympathetic tenderness.

Brendan O (it) wrote: All of the flaws just add to it's appeal. Watching Jack Palance and John Terry you can tell they hated every minute of working on this; this movie is to Jack, what ''There Will Be Blood'' is to Daniel Day-Lewis and John Terry, who is usually a reliable actor, looks like he's in a trance, two expression: Uninterest and "I think I got food poisoning", is almost enjoyable to watch. Who else, bit-part actors you would find in an episode of Doctor Who, a giant that not very tall and a dwarf that not very short. How to sum up the sheer, unmatched goofiness of HtS, read the flixster summary, silly strings is used as a medieval weapon. Hawk the Slayer is a true B-movie.

Byron B (mx) wrote: nominated for best picture by NBR

Bronwyn V (au) wrote: Story and acting wasn't awesome but fight scenes were great, Sly and Christian in the same movie is a winner for me

Vite M (ru) wrote: In Crazy, Stupid, Love, Steve Carell plays a character who is very similar to his role as Andy from the 40 Year Old Virgin. There is even a friend (Ryan Gosling) who coaches him on picking up women. The rom-com is mildly enjoyable, providing sporadic laughs. It's also entirely forgettable because of the unoriginality of the story and plethora of contrivances.

intuciic (au) wrote: too artificial and quite boring