Sid, the sloth, takes a school of children out on a camping trip from home, only to find that in typical Sid style, he is not a very good guide and the children he takes with him don't have a very good time. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sid, the sloth, takes a school of children out on a camping trip from home, only to find that in typical Sid style, he is not a very good guide and the children he takes with him don't have a very good time.
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Adrian L (nl) wrote: I've seen worse cop movies, can be painfully slow, the cast is great but underused with the script delivered. Still i managed to watch it all the way through.
Jacob T (it) wrote: This movie stinks. Scary movie 2 is better and that was awful. Scary movie 3 is better ant that one is awful. Scary movie 4 is better and that was awful. Do not see any Scary movie film they all stink
John W (au) wrote: Low budget, smartly written, with stand out performances from actors committed to their roles, this is an awesome indie film with a premise that sets up what should be a satirical take on modern society, pharma, and big business. Instead it takes us on a funny, sad, poignant ride that shows the resiliency of the human spirit and the deeply ingrained desire to matter even in the face of a crowded, anonymous, and largely indifferent world.
geanie p (mx) wrote: snoop is the shizz and this is pretty coo if your into movies like the wash or baby boy this is the movie for you
Tea R (jp) wrote: Nevjerojatno kako je ovaj film brutalan. Knjigu sam procitala sa 13 i super je!
Jake P (ru) wrote: Occasionally the animated sex is flat out revolting (one scene in particular). However, the movie works thanks to a strong lead character, creative supporting characters, and political relevance.
Diamond J (kr) wrote: I heard their making a remak with Johhny Depp in it..I'm going to really watch it now
Andrew I (ag) wrote: I really liked The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946), so I expected an Italian version to be pretty good too, and it is. This is quite different in tone - being very Italian and neo-realist, with everyone poor and sad as usual - so plays almost totally differently apart from the main plot thread. Unfortunately, the print is rather grotty in places and the music at times reminded me of The Clangers, but apart from that (especially if you haven't seen the '46 version), there is plenty to keep you interested. A digitally repaired version with better subtitles would be an easy 8/10, but for me, the one I saw was a 7.5/10
Russell G (gb) wrote: Decent enough Karloff feature. Karloff figures out a serum that reverses aging. It of course makes him crazy. Good stuff. It's hard not to think that some of these would be crap with out the dignity Karloff brings. Very underrated actor.
Memo P (nl) wrote: Autentico cine negro, vemos a un Bogart sin el apogeo con el qu elo conocemos y a un edward G. Robinson en sus mejores tiempos, muy buena!
Rico R (it) wrote: Not horrible. Highly derivative. Interesting in spots. Not terribly compelling. But an interesting, if not really great, dramatic performance by Jean Claude VanDamme. I can't deny that he has grown as an actor. Even if its not by leaps. Worth seeing.
Felipe F (it) wrote: Little Miss Sunshines witty and sharp script brings out the best of its remarkable cast - the tender Collette, the ironic Carell, the intense Dano, the hilarious Arkin, the resolute Kinnear and the adorable Breslin - resulting in a touching, funny and resonant comedy.
Eric B (gb) wrote: There are many strengths in The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, but they vary from the Him version, the Her version and the Weinstein concocted Them. Unsurprisingly, Them is the weakest of the three films as it fails to find a rhythm and is at times arbitrary in the scenes selected from the main two films.I wonder if my gender has me leaning toward Him as best of the three, but it seemed more complete in realization, in depiction of memory, it seemed Conor saw the situation in a fairer light.Conor seemed to be more invested in Eleanor in Him than Eleanor was invested in Conor in Her, and while I understand that dealing with grief is different for everyone, it seemed that she lacked the kindness that Conor was attempting toward her.I felt that both that main films used humor well and at the right places, but Them basically chopped any humor away. Them also featured more of Her than Him, and I felt did a disservice to James McAvoy's performance. It also moved one of his most important scenes too far away from the catalyst for that scene (as shown in Him), just another part of near arbitrariness of Them.Them also failed to use an important scene from Her on the idea of memories, a scene that one of my favorites from both films, utilizing the acting strengths of both Jessica Chastain and of William Hurt (happily it did keep Hurt's strongest scene).While I do wonder how Them would have fared for me had I watched it first, I did find myself pushing for certain scenes from Him and Her and hoping for one depiction of shared scenes over another.I can understand what Chastain saw in Eleanor in her reading of the script and why she wanted more from the character, that was the reason Her was written, though McAvoy was pushed too far back in Her, something that writer/director Ned Benson may have noticed and referenced when Eleanor's sister Katie says that Eleanor kind of pulled the floorboards from under Conor.I feel that the larger success of the project is the idea of companion films, but of course King Harvey hurt that endeavor by combining the two films. The concept worked well, it's just too bad that we had to wait for home video/Netflix to be able to fully enjoy the work.
Noah C (de) wrote: It's gruesome and occasionally hard to look at, but it's smart and beautifully directed.
Nik M (kr) wrote: The groundbreaking animation, top-notch voice acting, spot-on thematic writing are all the decorative elements to this beautifully-crafted all-ages film.
Alfredo S (nl) wrote: Forgiving its technical flaws, Treasure Planet is an amazing and ambitious film with engaging characters, investing moments, and good action sequences.