Song of the South

Song of the South

Uncle Remus draws upon his tales of Brer Rabbit to help little Johnny deal with his confusion over his parents' separation as well as his new life on the plantation.

The kindhearted storyteller Uncle Remus tells a young boy stories about trickster Br'er Rabbit, who outwits Br'er Fox and slow-witted Br'er Bear. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Song of the South torrent reviews

Diana D (mx) wrote: So many filmmakers make a great movie and then try to make a follow up and fail. Reiss made a great movie in Bomb It and then followed it up with an equally impressive film. Bomb It 2 continues the exploration of graffiti in public space, but delves deeper into the plight of the artists themselves all while taking the viewer to locations that get little attention from the art world in general. Whether you've seen Bomb It (I recommend seeing it!) or not, Bomb It 2 is an interesting and entertaining movie and makes you want to get up!

Haider S (es) wrote: TOO funny but film was,,,, AVERAGE

Dan H (us) wrote: Strange film especially whit what Robin was probably going through and the way he took his life. Rip Robin.

David C (de) wrote: As nice as it was to see the dictatorship taken down, so much of this movie was heavy-handed. The entire relationship between Portman and V was cringe-inducing, especially the torture sequence. I realize the target audience is younger, but the fight scenes were so campy!

Master XiYing W (fr) wrote: Actually, this "made-for-TV event" wasn't all that bad. I know it's a ripoff of a bunch of other more famous movies, but it was tolerable.The only things that bugged me where 1) the predictable ending, 2) the over-the-top behaviour of the Main Antagonist character (was it bad acting on the part of John Lynch, poor script writing, poor directing, or all three?), which was just too hard for audiences to find "believable," and my personal favourite 3) the cliche where the tough Black guy always takes a bullet for the team (gets killed) in the end. For some reason, I found myself rooting for the Russians more than any of the other characters. At least the Captain played his part with a little depth. It seems like everyone else was there for the paycheck.This flick could have been WAY better.

Jon C (us) wrote: Morgan Sullivan (Jeremy Northam,) tiring of his dull suburban life, gets a job as an industrial spy for a huge software house, but quickly finds himself in a bafflingly complex and perilous web of deception involving a rival corporation, brainwashing, a sinister, inaccessible Mr. Big, and a mysterious femme fatale (Lucy Liu) who appears at crucial moments only to vanish.Cypher is an intelligent sci-fi/espionage/thriller, stylishly filmed and well acted. It's the type of science fiction that depends more on ideas than special effects, though those it employs are convincing. (It seems to be set in a near future -- at any rate, the technology used seems a bit beyond what currently exists.) It's a low-budget film that doesn't look low budget thanks to the the skill of director Vincenzo Natali (best known for Cube,) and features one of the more clever surprise endings you'll find. Lucy Liu, as usual, is a joy to watch, and the other actors are generally good. Idiotically rated R for a few profanities.

Carlo D (mx) wrote: One of the best movies I've seen. A true Norwegian odyssey.

Cade H (us) wrote: This film had a great cast that created a fun movie but was a little shallow. The plot was simple but it created some funny moments and it kept me intrigued the entire time. It was fun to see the groups relationship as 2 great couples who were off on a road trip to Reno. It was short and sweet, overall it was just a fun flick that didn't try to do to much, and it worked out good enough.

Chris M (ag) wrote: Great portrait of the development of a wunderkind New York chef. Foodies and non-foodies alike will enjoy!

Justin O (jp) wrote: This movie is actually very entertaining despite lack of starpower and kiddish appearences.

Rick S (it) wrote: Until the other day I'd never even heard of this 1997 fantasy. After watching it last night, it's now one of my favorite films. Interesting fictionalization of the famous fairy photographs event during the early 20th Century as well as a heartbreaking look at immortality, grief, love and fear. Stephens is simply perfect, as is Kingsley. Exquisite musical score and an unforgettable ending.

Corey T (ag) wrote: Not a bad chick flick. It is a little sad at points, but not really a tear jerker.

Jake A (es) wrote: Yes it isn't all that original, yes the plot and the script are hurried along and yes it does have its cliches but there are things I do like about this film that outweigh those flaws. I think the production (especially the design of Event Horizon) is great, I love the heavy use of practical effects which are mixed with CGI (which has unfortunately not completely aged well), the cast is solid, I like the score and the gory and violent imagery is truly memorable and quite haunting. So no this isn't the perfect horror/sci-fi film but it could be a whole lot worse just wish I could see the longer cut that was sadly scrapped.

Sam G (de) wrote: Pretty stupid yet fun

Scott A (ca) wrote: A very very solid courtroom thriller. I have a soft spot for courtroom drama stuff, and I love seeing lawyers do that magic they do. This one is about one that ends up on trail when the case he is looking into suddenly turns on him being the lead suspect.I never once felt Ford was the killer, and they did set up a few good red herrings, but the clear killer seemed kind of obvious after awhile.If anything, AFTER the trail is over the film loses whatever it had going for it. The final ten minutes or so just doesn't match the great pacing and tension that came before it.The cast is solid. Ford is always great, but John Spencer, Paul Winfield and Raul Julia are all very good and it just reminds us they were all taken from us far too soon.This may be the only other non Die Hard film I have ever seen Bedelia in and she is pretty good, but Scacchi is the real deal here. So gorgeous and her sex scene is pretty hot I must say! A few great early appearances from some known actors as the kid actors in this film too!!Glad I finally saw this one.

Randy T (us) wrote: Not horrible, but avid John Steinbeck fans (like me) will be disappointed in the structure and lack of character depth.

Andrew I (ag) wrote: I watched the first half hour of this. It starts off with an argument amongst students, which has horrible grating audio with everyone shouting over each other like a bad episode of Judge Judy. Then the film meanders about a bit, the camera waves all over the place in some traffic and after some stupid pretend adverts, there was a student siege with annoying audio again. This film didn't really seem to know what it was supposed to be about, other than 'art'. Boring and very irritating.

Zane T (ag) wrote: This movie has to be seen to be believed. I mean, seriously, Ed Wood would lower his head in shame at all the bad special effects in this movie, most notably the giant lobster, which is very bad. There's some plot about teenage aliens coming to the world and being the prince of some other world and people are vaporized or whatever. I don't know. It's not important. This is an interesting look at the movies are parents and grandparents grew up on.

Lisa G (de) wrote: Brilliant! Preston Sturges was one of the great directors of his time and this is one of my favorites.

Wissam R (it) wrote: Inspiring movie with smart twists.