As the story unfolds, we meet the three main monsters: Frank, the monster from Frankenstein; Drac, the vampire, and Wolf, the werewolf. They were once the scariest of monsters, but now they have become associated with "fun." That's why they have been called before the Court of Horrors. They must prove that they can still be scary, and if they fail they will be sentenced to an eternity of entertaining at children's parties. They are given 24 hours to terrify the Tinklemeister family, but what should be a no-brainer turns out to be a nightmare. Mom and Dad Tinklemeister are easy to scare, but Stella and Spike, the Tinklemeister children, are another story altogether. The monster trio becomes frustrated and finally lets the family in on their dilemma. The Tinklemeisters understand and help them try to gain back their scary status. Just when it looks like the threesome will win their case, three new modern monsters show up to foil their plan. It's Stella and Spike to the rescue.
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Tom D (fr) wrote: they slime. they ooze. they kill.
Rod S (us) wrote: A most important and effective documentary that shows exactly what impact our stupid and greedy human race is having on our planet. Do your conscience a favour before you eat shark fin soup again and watch this film.
Andrew W (de) wrote: it's so horribley upsetting that it is amazing
Gabriella J (ru) wrote: this movie was hilarious, I played the game and though it doesn't match the game it does bring out it's true nature.
Noel V (gb) wrote: Amazing, appalling, absolutely enthralling. A great documentary that never, never explains too much.
Eduardo R (nl) wrote: Legally Blonde is super entertaining; and Reese is in it...
Paul D (kr) wrote: This movie is pretty simple. Not a whole lot of depth to it, but it is still a worthwhile investment of time if you like this genre of movie. Jean-Claude Van Damme is not a great actor, but he shines in films like these. It is a bit cheesy, but that added to the enjoyment. An oldie worth revisiting.
Alexander C (it) wrote: Sarah Jessica Parker and Helen Hunt dance their way through Girls Just Want to Have Fun, a glorious example of 1980s kitsch. Janey (Parker), the new girl at a Catholic high school in Chicago, dreams of becoming a dancer on Dance TV.
Kurt A (es) wrote: That rat means business! Peter Weller was born to wear cleats and swing a nail studded baseball bat.
Casey C (nl) wrote: A movie riddled with Jamaican culture, Rockers is full of good humor, authentic reggae music that will have you tapping along to the beats, and a fun plot. Though the thick accents are difficult to understand, this movie is well worth your time.
Angel M (au) wrote: Lucia Bos... Inconmensurable y Letal
Andrew I (ag) wrote: I watched half of this, but it has one massive flaw - Richard Attenborough is supposed to be 17yrs old and a very hard hardman indeed. Unlike with James Cagney or Edward G Robinson, this just doesn't wash. His real-life posh accent isn't very well hidden and the rest of his gang look like a bunch of RADA milksops too. Apart from that, I guess it's not so bad, but it's not so great either. Very dated.
Nick K (ca) wrote: I enjoyed this film. A little slow at times, but Owen Wilson is excellent. The movie has a charming quality remnicent of an upbeat Twilight Zone episode. I think that there is a great deal to unpack and take away from this film. Patient viewers will not be disappointed.
Jose G (de) wrote: An underrated gem. Ahead of it's time showcasing a side of Eastwood we rarely see.