Pippi in the South Seas

Pippi in the South Seas

Pippi in the South Seas (original title is Pippi Långstrump på de sju haven) is a 1970 film, based on the eponymous children's books by Astrid Lindgren with the cast of the 1969 TV series. Pippi, with friends Tommy and Annika, adventures on the South Seas to hunt for her father, who has been kidnapped by pirates.

With the help of her friends Tommy and Annika, Pippi Longstocking ventures to the South Pacific island Porto Piluse to rescue her father, who was captured by ruthless pirates. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pippi in the South Seas torrent reviews

Bruno L (es) wrote: Engagingly directed by German filmmaker Christian Schwochow, Die Unsichtbare brings us the amazing story of a young girl who wants to be a theater actress and has a tough life. A consistently gripping and strikingly compassionate independent film.

DanielTyler A (mx) wrote: Only watched 10 minutes and I will never get them back! was so bad, I am really starting to hate horror now getting far to predicable! the characters in this movie were that unlikeable I wanted them all to die at the once sadly didn't get to see if that happened or not, never made a review for any movie but thought this was just THAT BAD that I decided to don't waste your time on this!!

Makeup M (jp) wrote: If you're out of a job, watch this!

C E (fr) wrote: "feel good" movie...

Matthew M (gb) wrote: Ending scene in the courthouse is fantastic

Julie V (es) wrote: This movie is cheesy, mildly disturbing (or rather "ew" inducing), but mostly hilarious. The worms coming out of the shower head and filling up the tub, though... *shudder*

Matt L (us) wrote: A simple tale, but one full of wit and scandal. Immense and gorgeous.

Eric H (it) wrote: A timeless film that handles topics of love, family, tolerance, prejudice, coming of age, and violence in a way that it should be made mandatory for all students (junior high level would get the most out of it, but there is much for younger and older children as well). At the heart is the relationship between a young boy (the director's son) and a teenage girl (Jenny Agutter) who had been shielded from the harsher aspects of life, but through a consequence of events must explore the world eyes opened and unprotected. The love between brother and sister (and the parental responsibilities of the sister toward the brother) will touch your heart. If you have a sibling (especially a younger brother-older sister relationship) this film is a must see. There are also scenes of violence against animals that can be disturbing but they are presented to introduce such facts of life to the audience. Since it would be impossible to shield such acts in other films or TV, this film is excellent to introduce discussion. This film is on my list of must-see movies. It contains breathtaking cinematography. The subject matter of the movie forces us to confront differences between the modern world and the primitive world; yet it underscores similarities between the two cultures. There are also some very nice techniques used in this film - for example the screen wipes used as the small boy relates a story to the older boy. A thought provoking film shot from, and that looks at the world from, a perspective that is rarely seen in cinema. It's good enough that I'd seriously consider it to be included on a short list of films that I'd be allowed to have if stranded on a desert island.

Mark S (ru) wrote: This is pretty fun. All of the glorious camp and cheese of 50's sci-fi, with the added bonus of mouthfuls of technical jargon courtesy of Heinlein. But they got a lot of stuff right, surprisingly.

Thomas K (fr) wrote: Norman Jewison is one of the most underrated directors of all time, and John Patrick Shanley's screenplay is nothing short of perfection. Cher won best actress and not only did she deserve it but it was her brilliant idea for Nicolas Cage to play the man she loves. The supporting cast is just as good and 27 years later the film is just as swooningly romantic as the day it was released. Beautiful.

Paul N (gb) wrote: An all round good film, well directed, well acted and a good story, even if the end was stunningly predictable.