Jungo Goes Bananas: Jungo III

Jungo Goes Bananas: Jungo III

The world's rarest and cutest creature, Amazon Jack, lives on a peaceful island. When a greedy millionaire puts out a reward to find him, Jack must leave his home, evade capture, and outwit the tycoon before he ends up in a zoo!

The world's rarest and cutest creature, Amazon Jack, lives on a peaceful island. When a greedy millionaire puts out a reward to find him, Jack must leave his home, evade capture, and outwit the tycoon before he ends up in a zoo! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jungo Goes Bananas: Jungo III torrent reviews

Virginie D (de) wrote: It's not perfect but it still manages to move you.

Fran H (fr) wrote: One of the few sequels that is actually as good as the original. I loved Red, and Red 2 has the same cast of interesting and likable characters, has a great story and is funny and entertaining. It ranks up there with some of my favorite movies. I can watch it over and over.

Roy E (gb) wrote: A brilliant film that showed it how it was. We saw the film when Nick Moran gave a Q & A session afterwards and to learn how much effort had gone in to making the film as true life as possible was good. With so many of Joe Meek's original artists making "cameo" performances it kept it as accurate as one could hope. My only disappointment is "VUE" elected to show this film at selected cinemas only so did not get the credit it truly deserved. This film is a must for anyone interested in the 60s music scene. The film was made just down the road from Joe Meeks "Blue Plaqued" address, shame they couldn't use the actual building. I really couldn't fault this film, the music was good, the scenery was accurate, and the story was as true as it could be. 100% may seem a bit high to some but I really couldn't fault it. Nick Moran put so much effort in to this film I just hope it one day gets the rewards it deserves.

Andrew D (ru) wrote: If you're into gardens you might enjoy this. I was pretty bored by it.

Josiah C (fr) wrote: Christian cinema often tries to emulate the ideals of secular cinema, but they very, very rarely succeed. Unidentified is another cheaply produced, poorly written, sci-fi drama with strange religious undertones.

Steve H (nl) wrote: I want to see this Christian movie.

Evan F (jp) wrote: Andy Lau is decent in his badass role, but everything else came off average to me. Other films execute pretty much every aspect of this movie better.

Alden S (au) wrote: 8 out of 10:Even if it is slightly cheesy, Dirty Dancing makes up with great choreography and songs.

Lee (jp) wrote: an interestingly quirky teen slasher, a bit less generic than your usual slasher flick from the 80s. The plot is decent but quite slow-paced, and there's the occasional brutal stabbing murder, even though they're not very graphic they're nasty enough. It's got a cool musical score by Tangerine Dream too. Overall it's not a brilliant film but worth a look if you like slow-building atmospheric slashers.

Gregg A (nl) wrote: Terrific tale about Sherlock Holmes going after Jack the Ripper! AMAZING cast handled well by director Bob Clark (A Christmas Story). Catch it if you can....

Janne S (es) wrote: Without the sub-context and underlying symbolism this would a pretty average film.

Asa B (jp) wrote: Utterly heartbreaking and beautiful in equal measure. This is one that everybody should watch.

Jon F (ag) wrote: a little leery about it though, especially if its anything like prior horror/suspense disappointments the grudge, hostel etc.

bill s (it) wrote: Very good performances help carry a very average film.

Nicolas I (br) wrote: Despite a few giggling moments, this British "Bruce Almighty" fails on so many levels.