McDull, Kung Fu Kindergarten
As the 18th descendant of an extremely insignificant philosopher and inventor from ancient China, McDull is fortunate that he does not have a lot to live up to. However, his mother has higher aspirations for him and decides to send him to a martial arts school in China. Overweight and slow on his feet, McDull is the last of his classmates to run away when the headmaster needs to choose someone to represent the school in an international children's martial arts competition.
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McDull, Kung Fu Kindergarten torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: I felt like the artistic style is very similar to Avatar the Last Airbender. Over all pretty good. and reminds me of the new teen titans rebirth series.
(gb) wrote: Disappointing, mainly because I read the book first, and I actually enjoyed it quite a bit despite my distaste for zombies (see: boring monsters are boring). Nothing at all like the book, far too short, nothing is explained in several scenes if you didn't have the book backstory to help you know what is going on, and all in all the resolution feels very rushed.I recommend actually reading the book and not watching this movie; It's inspiration is really good, even if the movie didn't pay off at all.
(br) wrote: Boring. Pointless. Predictable. Just rambles on.
(mx) wrote: Really basic in many ways, but still quite good. It was about as balanced as it gets on this issue. The people were engaging, the history was interesting, and the persecution and hardship comes across pretty clearly.
(mx) wrote: Suspenseful, thrilling. Action packed. Kept me up past my bed time just; I had to see how it ended.
(jp) wrote: She is not Scottish, she is English. The story is set in Devon and Somerset in England, based on historical fact. She does not fall in love with Sean Bean's character - she hates his guts.
(kr) wrote: Thought this was one of those "must see" movies. Maybe I am thinking another movie?? Its got 81% on Rotten Tomatoes so critics seem to like it. I wasn't really a fan.
(ag) wrote: This was my first exposure to Stephen Chow, and all it took for me to conclude that Stephen Chow is a genius. You will laugh dangerously hard.
(de) wrote: If you only heard this premise you'd probably say no thanks and miss out on one fine movie.
(gb) wrote: Although well-meaning, it's just a little too hard to take serious and very predictable. Also feels like a film that would have done better in the 70s.
(kr) wrote: Very funny movie with many great actors.
(ca) wrote: The second half of 'Pearl Harbor'... If you watched Michael Bay's romantic threesome flick 'Pearl Harbor', than you've already got the premise of the film. Now, you just need to watch the better version of it. 'Thirty Seconds' is easily one of the best WWII films of the 40's, released just prior to the surrender of the Japanese Empire. It remains true to the original story, based upon the memoirs of the man who flew the mission. In 'Pearl Harbor', we see Alec Baldwin, here we upgrade slightly to Spencer Tracy. Both play the Colonel Doolittle role well, but Tracy is the original and the best. Though the pacing isn't brisk, the film is worth it and can qualify as WWII epic. Bring popcorn and no bathroom breaks.
(ag) wrote: Charlie Chaplin is the master of silent pantomime and this comedy shows the Little Tramp in fine form. Here we have some classic scenes, hilarious moments, and a commentary on society and its future. My favourite film of 1936. 1001