Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie

Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie

Get ready as Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber and the rest of the Veggies set sail on a whale of an adventure in Big Idea's first full-length, 3-D animated feature film. This is the story of Jonah and the Whale as you've never seen it before - a story where we learn that one of the best gifts you can give - or get - is a second chance.

When the singing Veggies encounter some car trouble, they're stranded at old, rundown seafood joint where nothing is quite as it seems. As Bob the Tomato and the kids settle in to wait for ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie torrent reviews

Lee M (it) wrote: "Always Shine" is a deft, assured movie with a sly self-reflexive undercurrent containing commentary on sexism and self-idealization that's provocative, and sometimes disturbing. FitzGerald and Davis are both excellent, convincingly turning the smallest, most seemingly harmless discussions into highly charged cat-and-mouse workouts.

Michael J (kr) wrote: beautifully executed loved it

(jp) wrote: They made me watch it!The first part was pretty boring but it wasn't that bad. It surely was a good effort, but there was something missing. Certainly enjoyable (especially the exam), but instantly forgettable."This is a no smoking area you...BASTARD!"ahahahaoh and David Tennant is so geeky xD*high five* brother :D

ASHTON A (kr) wrote: The acting in this one was brutal. Not very interesting at all.

Alyssa A (ca) wrote: Started off quite rough.But it got better as it went along.

Rachael N (mx) wrote: A funny English comedy

John M (fr) wrote: That's so 90's. So when aliens show up in the Looney Tunes universe, they want to enslave everybody's favorite animated personalities to work at their amusement park for the rest of eternity. They're small aliens, so Bugs Bunny challenges them to a game of basketball. The aliens go to Earth and steal the talents of the NBA's very best, and all of the sudden they aren't so small anymore and have adopted the moniker the Monstars. Michael Jordan has shifted his attention from basketball to baseball, but he has to come out of retirement to help save the Tunes. This is a very hard movie not to like. Everybody I know is fond of the Looney Tunes, and unless you're a die hard Utah Jazz fan, you probably like Michael Jordan as well. It's live action meets animation in the same vein as Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and while the animation may not necessarily hold up entirely, it's still always a fun time. Space Jam is cheesy, but it is so fast moving, it is infectious. Not every single joke lands, but it uses the mindset of "let's throw everything against the wall and see what sticks", so you end up remembering the positives far more than the negatives. It's inspired, and I do like the concept behind it all. I do have to say one thing, and it may not be the most popular of opinions: Michael Jordan is not a good actor. He shows up, but he's just an athlete that ends up being more of a prop than an actor, and the cartoons do all of the heavy lifting. I don't know how relevant the Looney Tunes are anymore, but I really am not opposed at all for a Space Jam 2 starring LeBron James, and that is largely because he has already proven himself to be the better actor. You don't need to look any further than Trainwreck to see his comedic timing and capabilities, and he has the star power so that people would actually want to watch this movie, regardless if you love him or love to hate him. This is less of a movie and more of an experience. It's for sugar loaded kids more than anything, and it moves so fast that you don't really have time to question anything. On top of all that, there's also these Jock Jams from the 1990's featured throughout, and they help to give it this a palpable kinetic energy. It's absurd, but I don't know what else you would be expecting from a cartoon of this nature.

Gregory W (kr) wrote: stylish, dark and brooding this murder mystery manages to elicit sympathy for the most unsympathetic characters with a lot of secrets under the surface.

Timothy M (nl) wrote: Total guilty pleasure! Love this movie.

Samuel L (nl) wrote: The weirdest Herzog.

Tim K (jp) wrote: As usual, a masterpiece from Director, Bergman... Highly recommended!

Thomas B (ca) wrote: ***Escape Plan is a lot of fun with some good action scenes, and features the kind of performances you expect from the movies two leads. That being said, you can't help but feel the movie had the potential to be better than it eventually turned out.

Carlos I (kr) wrote: Not DePalmas best, but it's still a serviceable thriller. The cinematography and design is masterfully done though, some of his best.

Siara B (fr) wrote: Didn't expect that, yes it was cliche but it was also amazing and i loved every moment of it.

Kimberly S (fr) wrote: This movie is a zillion kinds of excellent because it's got: a cracking cast including Ben Kingsley, Sidney Poitier, River Phoenix, Mary McDonnell (President Roslin fo-evah!!!), Robert Redford being timelessly hot, David Strathaim, Dan Ackroyd, and James Earl Jones; an incredible soundtrack by Branford Marsalis; and it's crazily relevant to information security and the NSA's creepin' on American citizens. The script is also really clever and funny, just this side of camp. They really don't make movies like this anymore and that's a very sad watch this movie and be happy.