Little Einsteins: Our Big Huge Adventure
This educational program for children invites the viewer to interact with the characters on screen through singing, clapping, and dancing. Animated hosts Leo, June, Quincy, Annie, and Rocket explore a Mexican butterfly garden, Niagara Falls, and an Oklahoman cave.
This educational program for children invites the viewer to interact with the characters on screen through singing, clapping, and dancing. Animated hosts Leo, June, Quincy, Annie, and Rocket explore a Mexican butterfly garden, Niagara Falls, and an Oklahoman cave. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Little Einsteins: Our Big Huge Adventure torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Combo twist with great plot. The sequel movie which can exceed the predecessor. My top 100 film all time. But if you haven`t watch the first movie, you shoud watch it first.
(ru) wrote: A film that was able to keep me glued to the screen from the strart to the end.Bipasha carrys her role well and Madhur Bhandarkar shines yet again
(ca) wrote: A harrowing look into child abduction, Keane features a haunting and inspired performance from relatively-unseen Damien Lewis. The film didn't even need a plot when you're seeing him onscreen, doing his thing as the title character. Abigail Breslin and Amy Ryan also give great turns. Not technically astounding, but with those performances, you can't complain. A beauty.
(ru) wrote: So this movie explained to me how the systematic killings or 'destruction' under the Khmer Rouge was our generations worst
(jp) wrote: Not as good as Space Jam, but still pretty good.
(nl) wrote: The real story of James "Radio" Kennedy is absolutely fascinating. This film, however, has its moments, but is much more focused on Hollywood-izing the real story to create a sloppy sports drama.
(fr) wrote: Hilariously shitty. Disgusting. They really go for it. Even having seen Ichi the Killer and such, there were times when I wondered if I can watch this. It's also just terribly made, yet bizarrely entertaining. So it's probably better than some Anthony Wong movies that were way better but just boring like "Slim Till Dead".
(au) wrote: it's a beautiful film, perhaps a little too poetic in it's view of homelessness. definite tones of' 'into the wild' in other characters' envy of the heroine's freedom. i loved how varda framed shots but was a little annoyed at characters breaking the fourth wall. sandrine bonnaire is excellent, well worth a watch
(ag) wrote: confusing at times but ultimately satisfying. a gangster story about the relationship between friends involved in crime
(ag) wrote: An interesting spin on the Orpheus myth, Cocteau's hip take is spooky, heartfelt and worth seeing for anyone interested in french cinema.
(ag) wrote: With moving brilliance, Gattaca remembers the world has no future for discrimination.
(nl) wrote: Proud to say that I attended St. Joseph High School, where some of this documentary was filmed. It was an amazing & beautifully well-told & well-filmed story!
(us) wrote: A somewhat strange story, albeit an entertaining one. Although I found this film quite enjoyable, this crime-mystery, action spoof is admittedly, an acquired taste.In the spirit of the 70's book that inspired it, the humour can be quite dated, yet not to the extent that the film becomes tedious or, dare I say 'unfunny', at any point. It doesn't take itself too seriously, and with a character named Jock Strapp, you can't either. Also, as spoofed as it might be, all the acting talents remain on top form!Several sub-plots ultimately tie in to a rather satisfying end, and I must say, as much as its 'anti-hero' is dissolute, he's also rather charming! Personally, I found it to be incredibly good fun, but by no means is it intended for everybody. As for the accents, the stars do us English proud, and Johnny Depp's Charlie Mortdecai accent is pure gold! I am incredibly envious of their abilities to pull off something so different from their native twangs.
(es) wrote: Ineffective Canadian slasher flick that somehow manages to accomplish the near impossible task of making Michael Ironside not creepy or threatening. This appears to be one of those early 80s slasher films, like He Knows You're Alone and Happy Birthday to Me (just to name a couple) that doesn't want to actually be a slasher film. So it replaces bloody violence with a pseudo-style (think de Palma making a prime time soap opera) that is extremely off-putting. Skip this stinker and go watch SCANNERS again...
(de) wrote: An Intriguing Fictionalization Of Burke & Hare--Well done Gothic horror!!
(nl) wrote: I haven't seen the whole thing cuz I fell asleep but what I saw was good!