This fourth sequel in the series finds "leaf gobblers" eating all the vegetation in Great Valley, driving Littlefoot, the young brontosaurus, and the other dinosaur inhabitants out. Arguments break out among the adults during migration, and Littlefoot and his friends decide to take matters in their own hands by crossing the "big water" to an unknown island. There they meet an old friend from The Land Before Time II--Chomper, the T-rex, who has to protect the gang from his own, carnivorous parents. Plenty of drama in this one, and as the series has been wont to do from the beginning, it shows adults as sometimes being less than perfect.
Writer:John Loy (screenplay), Judy Freudberg (characters), Tony Geiss (characters)
When a swarm of "leaf-gobblers" devours all the green food in the Great Valley, the herds move on to find another valley of greens and in the process, Littlefoot and his friends Spike, Cera... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Land Before Time V: The Mysterious Island torrent reviews
Phil W (gb) wrote: A paint by numbers action piece, and once you join the dots it doesn't even paint a nice picture. Very thinly written with a myriad of cliches. It's got some good action moments which might be the shows only saving grace.
Dan T (it) wrote: This is one of the scarier first-person paranormal films I have seen, but that's not saying much when most of the film is a non suspenseful rip off of Ghost Hunters, with a few jump scares.
Daniel B (jp) wrote: This was actually very scary. The plot was well constructed and honestly it was more scary than the movie it's a rip-off of, Paranormal Activity. Plot-holes that were so obvious in Paranormal Activity, such as "Why don't they just leave the house?" are covered and explored in-depth in this film, giving you a gripping fear of being unable to imagine escaping whatever this "thing" is. However, I will give a disclaimer: If you didn't like Paranormal Activity at all, you probably won't like this either. it is very much in the same genre. If you liked Paranormal Activity, I think you will be pleasantly surprised by the quality of this film.
Isaac T (au) wrote: the story isn't really interesting making it really boring the comedy is just ridiculous the characters will make you laugh..... but rarely the plot of the movie is so simple yet it takes forever for it to move to one scene to another but the animation is typical dreamworks
Sanity Assassin (nl) wrote: staunch thriller until the final third where it falters, stumbles around a bit and ultimately seems rushed. it's not as good as i was hoping. most french films seem to be great and this started off so too with jean reno acting in an inspired manner and arly jover winning the me award for most beautiful face to ever hit the big screen. even joceyln quivrin came across as the right type of hard man to be in this gritty thriller... it's just a shame is all... that they couldn't get it to come together in the end
Eric H (us) wrote: interesting, slightly funny, definitely recommended for anyone into jfk stuff
Brody M (nl) wrote: This is the only haunted house in America youd get bored in
Yannick D (kr) wrote: Are we meant to sympathize with these characters? Or are we just meant to laugh at them? Not that it mattered much as neither approach provides enough engagement or laughs to make this screwball comedy even remotely tolerable.
Lindsay B (ag) wrote: So painfully awkward at times, but worth it to get inside the family. The cinematography, while not something I usually note, was brilliant and poetic here. Each scene truely was a chapter of some great novel. Filled with despair and nothing but honesty, I found it impossible not to remember a time in my life that I had felt like one of these characters.
Carlos M (ag) wrote: Not hysterical and priceless as Braindead but still a very funny low-budget trashy fun with nice gore and makeup effects, even though it is also a bit hard to overlook the movie's disjointed structure (there was never a script, and things seem to happen mostly randomly).
Antonio R (au) wrote: All en los inicios de septiembre (qu lejana se me hace mi llegada a Filadelfia!) coment [i]Sword of Doom[/i], una pelcula de Kihachi Okamoto. Aqu va, por cortesa de la biblioteca Van Pelt, otra de las obras ms apreciables de un director infravalorado y prcticamente desconocido en Occidente. Okamoto, de la misma quinta que Masaki Kobayashi o Seijun Suzuki (que es prcticamente el nico que todava colea), sobrevivi de milagro a la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Haciendo un poco de psicologa barata, se podra decir que de ah que sus gneros predilectos fueran el blico (para enfrentarse a sus demonios), el [i]chanbara[/i] o de espadachines (para sublimarlos en otra ambientacin), y el musical (para hacer un poco de escapismo). Las pelculas que han conocido distribucin fuera de Japn son, claro, las de samurais, que siempre lucen bien y tienen su pblico de frikis (como un servidor). LADO BUENO: Okamoto tom mucho prestado de los [i]westerns[/i] de Hollywood?John Ford era su director favorito. Sin embargo, viendo [i]Samurai Assassin[/i] uno dira en ciertos momentos que Okamoto es el equivalente al [i]spaghetti western[/i], pero con katanas (y algn revlver que otro, no se crean). Contribuyen a esta sensacin el trasfondo poltico, el desencanto con el sistema, los personajes mercenarios, la sangre a borbotones, y, sobre todo, detalles como la aparicin del gran Toshiro Mifune, poniendo cara de aqu estoy yo mientras se hurga la nariz. [i]Samurai Assassin[/i] es clebre, y con razn, por su explosiva matanza final bajo la nieve. LADO MALO: Aunque he visto la primera mitad de la pelcula dos veces (el sueo me impidi llevar a buen puerto la primera intentona), todava no me he enterado bien de los particulares del complot que es el centro de la historia. Y eso que [i]Samurai Assassin[/i] otra cosa no, pero dilogo expositivo tiene para hartarse: los subttulos tenan notas al pie y todo. Por exceso de metraje y por turbiedad narrativa, punto negativo para Okamoto. EN TRES (3) PALABRAS: [i]Crescendo[/i] con lagunas.
Danny R (it) wrote: Hammer films compelling period piece horror drama concerning the aging Countess Elisabeth Ndasdy, played brilliantly by the late great Ingrid Pitt, who after the death of her husband is left in sole possession of her great estate. No longer able to seduce young men, the old woman grows jealous and discontented; until she accidentally discovers that she can restore her youth and beauty by bathing in the blood of virgin girls. The effect is only temporary, and regular blood baths are required to stay in her youthful state, it begins to require ever more young victims and the trail or bloodless corpses is beginning to arouse suspicion. Fine direction by Peter Sasdy, with solid supporting performances from Nigel Green, Sandor Eles, Maurice Denham, Lesley-Anne Down, Patience Collier, and Peter Jeffrey. Ornate and exquisitely detailed costumes and settings; contributing to a rich-looking production that totally disguises the film's low-budget. A captivating motion picture. Highly Recommended.
Paul D (nl) wrote: There is a lot of things wrong with this movie, but I couldn't help but be occasionally entertained anyway. Jeff Bridges is ridiculous in this though. He sounds like he is talking with marbles in his mouth. However, the effects are really beautiful and there are some decent action sequences. Ultimately the story is a bust, but Alicia Vikander steals every minute of the movie that she appears in. Probably a good movie to watch if you are drunk and/or stoned.