Swiss Family Robinson

Swiss Family Robinson

After being shipwrecked, the Robinson family is marooned on an island inhabited only by an impressive array of wildlife. In true pioneer spirit, they quickly make themselves at home but soon face a danger even greater than nature: dastardly pirates. A rousing adventure suitable for the whole family, this Disney adaptation of the classic Johann Wyss novel stars Dorothy McGuire and John Mills as Mother and Father Robinson.

The film tells that a Swiss family unfortunately drift into a wild uninhabited island after a shipwreck caused by pirates. Here, they have to find every way to survive. Not only that, they also have an uncompromising struggle with evil and scheming pirates on the island. An amazing adventure begins… . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Swiss Family Robinson torrent reviews

Tyler O (es) wrote: Awesome, but sad. I really wanted to know what happened to Willie after that.

Carreh R (br) wrote: The story is relatively predictable however the subject matter is daring and, shall we say, revolutionary ;-) This film is not just about sexual orientation and types but about how the elderly are treated and how wrong that can be.

Sair W (ca) wrote: I don't think I want to see a movie that gets good reviews from people who think global warming is some kind of over blown hoax. What a sad pathetic thing it must be.

Cheryl C (jp) wrote: pretty good psycho Slasher flick. not a top box office type production but pretty cool. watched on chiller of course.

Brendan N (us) wrote: another great Jesse Stone film and probably the best slowburning cases yet. The film lacks the firework confrontation but that is for the best. This addition to the series begins with a bang leaving Stones friend in hospital and himself with a bullet wound. Selleck is great once again and this is great character study especially the finale twist which I didn't see coming. Its interesting to see a franchise still willing to allow character development when its mid way through the series. If you enjoy a slowburning thriller then these films are for you, I hope they continue to push the boundaries of the detective tv thrillers because I'm enjoying these more and more

Jacqueline G (au) wrote: she was in dc at the warner. not for the faint-at-heart.

Danielle B (fr) wrote: Yeah, I just couldn't get through this one.

Matt B (de) wrote: At nearly 3 hours, Alexander is a painful, unbearable experience replete with over-the-top acting, boring conversations, and lots and lots and LOTS of scenes where characters yell and cry at other characters. This never ends. It is literally ENDLESS.It's a terrible movie, but it may be one of the best worst movies ever made. Despite the overacting and the length, the sheer spectacle of it is very well-done. I try to review movies on Rotten Tomatoes like I'm a real critic, though, and so I truly can't recommend a movie this egregious. Oliver Stone has made much better movies in his day. Let's all just pretend that he never made this one. It's a cold, repulsive turkey.

Ben P (mx) wrote: Very poor production.

Greg F (es) wrote: Certainly unique, but also somewhat slow paced.

Eric H (it) wrote: A disappointment. It was predictable, unintelligent and terribly slow movie. It is terribly annoying, I could tell every next move. Don't waste time on this one, saw the original again instead.

Nick F (ca) wrote: loved this movie as a kid. wouldn't mind getting a hold of a copy.

Sean S (es) wrote: There are times when one thinks that Uma/Sissy's big thumb leading her to a cowgirl ranch is a silly premise, but that really takes a backseat to the drama and overall appeal. By no means terrific, but not terrible either, it is literally a middle-of-the-road film and a superior lesbian counterpart to My Own Private Idaho.

James F (ag) wrote: Only recently saw this, I was literally LOL and I hate that word, Mickey Rourke is amazing in this film.

caprice c (es) wrote: Raquel Welch is a spy, so is Tony Franciosa, she is not certain he is on her side or not. The chase is on in Spain. The best scene is seeing Raquel being chase by a Bull in Bull-Fight ring.

Brian S (it) wrote: Decent Irish occult horror; uneven but not fatally so. The pacing is very slow, but the story isn't nearly as "muddied" as some critics charge. In fact, it's pretty straight-forward. Good acting and production values and a nice juxtaposition of old Gaelic bloody ritual in a modern, grimy urban setting. It won't blow anyone away with brilliance or novelty, but it's a worthwhile bit of entertainment with a fair twist ending.

Faith W (kr) wrote: Funny movie, enjoyed it

Todd B (br) wrote: The critics were too harsh. Sure, some of the material was over the top but the plot never stretched believability too far. There was the potential of a great film here, but it fell prey to some old tropes. The conversations between Hunnam and Howard were believable and intriguing.

Jonny P (us) wrote: "We Need to Talk About Kevin" is one of the most disturbing, upsetting films that I have ever seen. Had I known what lied within, I would have chosen not to watch. Maybe it hit me so hard because I am a new father, but the concept and delivery of this parenting nightmare is scarier than any horror film. This is the story of a mother whose inability to connect with her son progressively destroys her life. The scariest part is that she doesn't really do anything wrong - he just seems to be a bad seed. The story is told through an extensive flashback that is frequently interrupted by images of Kevin's mother in the present. These interruptions are very brief but drive home the point that her life is in ruins because of Kevin, hinting at some sort of school tragedy but saving the full revelation for the very end. The upsetting script is impressively interpreted by the actors, particularly Tilda Swinton. She goes beyond the expressions of happy and sad as her character experiences many different degrees of sadness. Her acting is so raw that you will feel your own world spiraling out of control alongside hers. Ezra Miller, Jasper Newell, and Rocky Duer portray Kevin from a toddler to a teenager. They capture the inherent wickedness that lies within the character and make it clear that it is always present, even when he pretends to care about anyone. The psychology behind Kevin is disturbing but entirely believable as he lives a mischievous life without remorse. He shows a complete lack of sympathy, compassion, respect, and remorse despite the efforts of his mother. You need to be warned that this film is relentless. It does not have a moment of comic relief. There is no sentimental moment or sense of hope. It is a 2-hour downer whose tone is bleak from start to finish and I was mortified for most of the final 20 minutes. This film reminds me of "Requiem for a Dream." On the surface, it doesn't seem like it will be that bad but once you see what is inside, you will never be the same. I'm not trying to talk you out of seeing "We Need to Talk About Kevin" because it is very well-written and has stunning performances by the entire cast; however, this film exists in a very dark place and you need to realize that it will take you there for two hours of your life.

Logan M (us) wrote: "Mr. Holland's Opus" is moving as both a coming-of-age piece, and an overall genuine slice of life that in its own right is a symphony of cinematic excellence.