Mike's New Car
Mike discovers that being the top-ranking laugh collector at Monsters, Inc. has it's benefits - in particular, earning enough money to buy a six-wheel-drive car that's loaded with gadgets. That new-car smell doesn't last long enough, however, as Sulley jump-starts an ill-fated road test that teaches Mike the true meaning of buyer's remorse.
Mike's bought a new 6-wheel-drive car, and he can't wait to show it off to Sulley. Only problem is, Mike hasn't exactly mastered the controls yet, and they're pretty complicated. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: Many documentaries have been made about The Beatles, so don't go into GOOD OL' FREDA expecting a searing look inside the most popular, beloved band of all time. You'll be greatly disappointed. Instead, this is a film about the loveliness of privacy and integrity. Freda Kelly was an unassuming Liverpudlian teen when she was handpicked to work as the secretary of the Beatles' Fan Club. There when they were unknowns and there when they disbanded, Freda is one of the few in the trusted inner circle who didn't sell her story to the tabloids or write a book. She even gave away priceless memorabilia to the fans or donated it for a good cause. Ryan White, in fact, was originally asked by Freda to document her story just so she could have a DVD to show to her grandchildren. She wanted them to know that Grandma had perhaps the coolest job of any teenager in the history of the world, Alexander the Great notwithstanding. It is with such humble intentions that he began to sit her down to tell her story. Although he works with such documentary conventions as chronological storytelling and Ken Burns photo zooms, White gets something very special here. Here's a woman who could spill the beans and give us the goods, yet she steadfastly refuses to do just that, which in and of itself is the most compelling thing about the film. Frankly, I have no interest in sordid details. It's enough to hear from her that John was grumpy sometimes, that George was considerate Paul was fun, and Ringo had a mother she adored. We also are treated to wonderful photos and film from the early days, when the Beatles played a local dive called The Cavern Club. Equally interesting are Kelly's recollections of the Beatles' manager, Brian Epstein. She pinpoints his closeted rage, and very humanely grew to understand him. It's sweet to see a woman of her age display such a caring, open mind and heart.One could argue that the film gets repetitive when Freda details over and over the volume of fan mail and her endeavors to get the band to sign autographs, but it's her utter sense of decorum and kindness that mesmerized me. How refreshing it is to see a documentary subject not, as they like to say in reality shows these days, "throw someone under the bus". We live in a time where we're accustomed to seeing people be nasty to each other and call it entertainment. White and Kelly's display of basic human kindness is just the jolt I needed. I was privileged to catch a screening of the film with both White and Kelly in attendance. The standing ovation they received felt so genuine. The audience, high on the nostalgia the film evokes, cold barely contain their excitement and gratitude.
(jp) wrote: ok but this can never reach or beat "ALL THE BEST"
(kr) wrote: A new director takes on the reign to the Iron Man franchise, Shane Black. Iron Man 3 is better than Iron Man 2 but not on par with the first Iron Man. The film is a little darker and more serious than its predecessors but not by much. Entertaining adventure, some cool action sequences, with some surprises, let's get right to the surprises. 1 of the notable twist was Ben Kingsley's supposedly role of The Mandarin, wasn't really The Mandarin, he was just an actor with substance-abuse hired by the real villain to fake it. Ben Kingsley's talents were wasted. As a long time, comic book fan, I've gotta say, that was truly a disappointing twist in the movie, disgusted by it. And that's that.
(br) wrote: recently watched 'a walk to remember'-so im liking shane west :)
(mx) wrote: This can't even be called a movie!! A real disgrace...
(us) wrote: "Where were you in '72 when the Brits were knocking down doors?" -"I wasnt born yet." "That's hardly an excuse." Twas decent. Vinnie's good, Lennox is good. Brixton looks like Baltimore.
(br) wrote: Begun The Clone War Has
(es) wrote: Mississippi Burning provides a suitably brutal and raw depiction of racism in the Deep South during the 1960's, with a powerhouse pair of performances from Hackman and Defoe. However, the film's initial greatness is let down somewhat by its own genre clashes. What starts off as a crime drama soon evolves into a simplistic revenge thriller that's at war with it's own identity. Nevertheless, there's little denying Burning's hard-hitting staying power.
(ca) wrote: Quirky, meandering, distinctly American tale of a milkman that has his brush with fame. Compelling acting and good story-telling--at times satirical, at others vigorously real. Demme showed here he was a director to pay attention to.
(ru) wrote: This was only Clint Eastwood's 3rd film as a director, coming hot off the heels of High Plains Drifter (1973), and it was the first film he directed that he didn't star in, (something that's common with his films now). It's a touching romantic drama, which is actually one of the most touching films Clint ever made, and it shows his maturity as a director growing. Set in and around Los Angeles, it follows carefree hippie Edith Alice "Breezy" Breezerman (Kay Lenz), who is 17 years old and jumps from car to car, bed to bed around Los Angeles. However, when one driver (Norman Bartold) tries to rape her, she escapes and finds herself going up the driveway of Frank Harmon (William Holden), a tired, divorced real estate agent, well into middle age. He agrees to drive Breezy into town, but they encounter one another again over the course of a week, and it blossoms into a relationship. Breezy shows Frank the carefree side of life, and how to enjoy things, whereas Frank helps Breezy mature into a responsible woman, but people get talking about the age gap in the relationship, which affects them both. It's a by-the-numbers romance film, but it does have two brilliant performances in it, and Holden and Lenz make it a believeable relationship, but it doesn't get under the skin. Universal shelved it for a year, and barely promoted it, Clint didn't try romantic films again for 22 years.
(ag) wrote: Helt okej, men knns som att man sett det frrut...
(jp) wrote: Couples Retreat was an alright movie. It has a great cast and a decent premise, but it just doesn't come together with hilarious moments. There are a few good funny jokes here and there, and it does deal with its serious subjects in a good fashion. Overall, I enjoyed it and I'm glad that I finally saw it, but it was not as great as I was hoping.
(ru) wrote: Despite its short length, Dumbo is still a great Disney classic!