This is the story of a little robot known as Pinocchio 3000 whose greatest wish is to become a real boy. The year is 3000. Geppetto, with the help of his faithful assistant, Spencer the cyber penguin, and by the holographic fairy Cyberina, creates Pinocchio, a prototype superrobot equipped for emotions. But before he can be given a heart and become a real boy, Cyberina insists that Pinocchio learn the difference between right and wrong.
- Stars:Malcolm McDowell, Sonja Ball, Howard Ryshpan, Whoopi Goldberg, Howie Mandel, Bobby Edner, Dawn Ford, Raymond Bouchard, Nacho Castaño, Martin Cloutier, Ellen David, François-Nicolas Dolan, Gabrielle Elfassy, Helena Evangeliou, Emilio Freixas,
- Country:Canada, France, Spain
- Director:Daniel Robichaud,
- Writer:Claude Scasso, Peter Svatek (adaptation)
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Pinocchio 3000 torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: I believe Heaven is for real. ...
(nl) wrote: 89%Watched this on 28/01/16Far far better than many of the widely acclaimed and popular American comedy films, Nebraska is poetic in it's themes about old age and occasionally heart warming. Terrific acting from June Squibb, Will Forte, Bruce Dern and Bob Odenkirk add to the film's taste.
(de) wrote: awesome.... i was in the US ARMY 1982-88 and then Natl guard 1988-2002... i We Fortunate to have never went to War... 1 came within 6 hours in 1991 of shipping to IRAQ... I since have had many friends o to IRAQ.. Most came back.. This Movie is what its About and Our men and Woman Deserve the BEST and Utmost Respect...
(mx) wrote: When I briefly read the description I skimmed over it so didn't realize it had a religious overtone. Wasn't what I was expecting. Was still a nice movie considering. It seemed to go on forever though. Just when you thought it was over, another bit started. I wouldn't see it again if given the choice. I got the gist and applaud its message.
(ca) wrote: A modern take on antiquated misogyny itself almost becomes antiquated and misogynist in turn. A few too many short cuts to a happy ending.
(ca) wrote: I loved this movie as a child and I still do.
(ru) wrote: Best movie Quentin Tarantino has ever made.
(es) wrote: Great idea for a horror movie and a somewhat solid twist ending can't save this movie from being the worst thing that a horror movie can be..BORING! Too many aerobic scenes not enough terror. Did dig the soundtrack though.
(ag) wrote: OK. So someone took an A-list actor and his famous singer/ part time kind of-sort of actress wife and decided that the movie would be carried on the weight of the names alone. Substitute "fiancee" for wife and one has Gigli.But it is not- it is Shanghai Surprise, possibly the most ill-conceived movie of the 1980's (and yes, I have seen "Hobgoblins.")This movie has no redeeming qualities whatsoever. Ridiculous plot, painfully bad acting (Madonna as a missionary? She didn't buy it either, so she says her lines in a flat tone which just screams "get me out of this costume and get me my check"), cinematography worthy of an old episode of "Fantasy Island," lame ending.If, by some chance, you stumble across a copy of this in an unused corner of your local video rental store, call your local hazardous waste disposal hotline- do not rent it.But do not forget that this horror exists. Some people forgot- and thus "Gigli" was born.
(gb) wrote: Smokey and the Bandit II (1980)Directed by: Hal NeedhamPG, 1 hr. 41 min.Release Date: August 15, 1980same deal three years later..well this was on the other day, i just could`nt miss it and loved and laughed every minute of it`s big budget (dont know where all the money went-hope they pissed it all up the wall) American way :-)For anyone that hasn`t seen heard of this tribute to transient nature in the settlers home of the Americas,I had a crack at bad to the bone on guitar and just when you nail that riff it feels like ..these guys have it .. do it ...with ...somthing. A good idea to bring Sally Field along. A must cast character - quite the boys to look at icon in many a mans day, too for sure.Couple guys get thier truckin way right across the 'road going continent of u.s.a' shak`in ole smokey the majority of the way, while doing a dirty deed contract needing fullfilling at the same time gett`in thier relationships all the more intertangled in this spoof of; driving with due care and detention.
(es) wrote: I must have loved it as a child, for though I don't remember this movie I remember having an Animalympics lunchbox.
(it) wrote: *** (out of four) "Equus" is a film that is touched with both brilliance and awkwardness. The end result is somewhere in between. I found myself loving the film at times and hating it at others. Richard Burton and Peter Firth give remarkable performances in this movie directed by Sidney Lumet and based on the stage play. Burton works at a hospital for troubled youths. His sessions with a seventeen year old boy who had recently gorged out the eyes of several horses, is distrubing. Burton tries to unravel the events. It offers some great moments that showcase the OScar nominated turns by Burton and Firth, but much of it is over-the-top dramatically.
(mx) wrote: i usually don't gush over movies about children, but this was freakin adorable! sad and sweet, and never over-done or melodramatic.
(it) wrote: The longing of a young beautiful woman for proper love, aged tenfold by a brilliant shot of her slouched over in a corner chair, shadow hitting the wall.Massimo Girotti's attitude as Gino is perfect - when the husband Giuseppe calls for him to eat as he plays harmonica, we can feel his thoughts of not wanting to respond to this old fat man in the way of his love.Terrific, possible foreshadow framing of razor over Giuseppe. Beautiful transition when the artist blows his match out next to Gino in bed. Though it's not a razor Gino ends up killing him with, it is murder that he commits, and ultimately haunts his relationship. They seemed trapped, as if by karmic forces from the past, in a forbidden love.Giovanna is encountering the same problem in Gino she had with her husband, him talking about her like she's not there, framed against an impressionist dusk shot of the river. She walks into a kitchen full of unmanageable dirty dishes, and she just starts eating - no cleaning will get done tonight, she falls asleep.The hotter younger girl Anita comes back to her room finding Gino waiting, carrying a bottle of milk. When we cut back to Giovanna, she seems less and less attractive in her funerary garb, doing disgusting things like blowing her nose at the table, stalking insecurely, obsessively.The ending is absolutely perfect, a cruel twist of fate coming full circle. We started the film inside the truck, driving along a clear path towards the Bragana home,Gino in the back of he truck sneaking his way into this world. Now Gino is escaping it as the driver, obscured by exhaust from the truck in front of him, on the run from everything but unable to get past. In between this framework is a third incident with the truck, the murder of Giuseppe off a levee. Now everything collides as Gino tries to pass, an attempt to escape from the truth they're both running from. Giovanna suffers the cruel fate of death, and Gino will be stuck as an imprisoned murderer for the rest of his life - there is no escape after the truck is knocked off the levee trying to pass. Karma is a bitch.
(us) wrote: Horribly acted but friggin hilarious.
(mx) wrote: Pretty awful all around. The 'death' scenes were not that creative, we've seen them all before and the acting was just terrible. Pretty much the best thing about this film was the killers 'mask'.. lol.
(ag) wrote: Took me 20 years but I finally got there! :) Despite an impressive performance from a teenage, boyish Russell Crowe, Romper Stomper lacks the depth and investigation of issues, that a Clockwork Orange and American History X deftly explored, using the explotative violence as a medium for investigation. Despite its roots in the reality of Melbourne Nazi Skinhead Dane Sweetman, or perhaps because of it, the depth of understanding of humanity does not scratch the surface beyond the actions of a psychotic group of terrified teenagers.
(jp) wrote: Worth a rental. Ewan McGregor is always great.