The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride
The circle of life continues for Simba, now fully grown and in his rightful place as the king of Pride Rock. Simba and Nala have given birth to a daughter, Kiara who's as rebellious as her father was. But Kiara drives her parents to distraction when she catches the eye of Kovu, the son of the evil lioness, Zira. Will Kovu steal Kiara's heart?
- Stars:Matthew Broderick, Neve Campbell, Andy Dick, Robert Guillaume, James Earl Jones, Moira Kelly, Nathan Lane, Jason Marsden, Suzanne Pleshette, Ernie Sabella, Lacey Chabert, Cam Clarke, Jim Cummings, Edward Hibbert, Michelle Horn,
- Country:USA, Australia
- Director:Darrell Rooney, Rob LaDuca,
- Writer:Flip Kobler (screenplay), Cindy Marcus (screenplay), Jenny Wingfield (additional written material), Linda Voorhees (additional written material), Greg
Simba's daughter is the key to a resolution of a bitter feud between Simba's pride and the outcast pride led by the mate of Scar. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Best ex-con film since Animal Kingdom. Deserves an audience.
(us) wrote: Kinda dry and not very eventful, not the greatest acting either. Story was good because I like faith stuff, but didnt really see how everything fit together thoughout the movie.. alot of questions...
(br) wrote: This film must be seen to be believed. Few people have heard of the destruction wrought on what was then the Chinese capital. Even fewer know that the Japanese war criminals who were responsible for ordering the destruction are now venerated as gods in Japan. First, let me put the destruction in perspective. During Japan's virtual annihilation of the city, she killed 200,000 people in six weeks. Even at the height of Nazi efficiency, they only killed people at about a third of that rate. The Japanese were three times more ruthless in killing Chinese as the NAZIS were at killing the Jews at Auschwitz. That'a a sobering thought. Even more sobering is that this film only elucidates the atrocities that took place in ONE CITY in a country of what was, at that time, 650,000,000 people.The film pulls no punches. We see still photos of the Japanese soldiers holding beheading contests using their katanas. We hear stories told both by the people who suffered and those who inflicted the suffering. We hear the journals of the small band of Westerners who strove to protect the Chinese from the horrible destruction. These words are read by modern-day actors and actresses, and their delivery is spine-tingling. Jrgen Prochnow and Mariel Hemingway are particularly effective portraying John Rabe and Minnie Vautrin. While their performances are nuanced and delivered with skill, the sheer ferocity of what occurred in late 1937 and 1938 in Nanking hits with all the subtlety of a cobalt bomb. There's no sugar at all on the film's coat. Some might argue that this film is anti-Japanese; on the contrary, the film is accurate in a desperately sad way. Japan is at fault for what they did in exactly the same way as Germany is at fault for what they did. The big difference, and the film shows this, is that, while Germany has atoned for its role in the Holocaust, Japan has not. In fact, many Japanese deny it ever happened or accuse the Chinese of exaggerating it. See it. You NEED to see it and understand. The 200,000 victims, slaughtered at the rate of nearly 5,000 a day by various means, deserve recognition.
(jp) wrote: It is very funny and emotional and the chemistry between Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore is great.
(us) wrote: I started watching it, and I couldn't stop. It's gritty and real, and kinda unbelieveable at times, but still the message got through. Poor Rihanna should see this.
(ru) wrote: An intriguing low budget sci-fi horror with mystery and gore at it's disposal, Cube works well for cinema norms and junkies alike.
(mx) wrote: One of the best high school movies ever made. A funny and entertaining satirical story of teenage misbehavior
(fr) wrote: You Only Live Twice o quinto filme da franquia James Bond baseando no romance homnimo de Ian Fleming, Bond volta ao cinema depois do grande sucesso de Goldfinger e Thunderball. Lewis Gilbert dirige esse clssico de ao britnico com roteiro adaptado de Roald Dahl e Harold Jack Bloom. Aps o sequestro de uma nave norte-americana, os Estados Unidos acusam os soviticos de boicote ao seu programa espacial. A narrativa inicial fantstica e promete sobrepujar seus antecessores, mas a argumentao cai bruscamente no intuito de inserir armas mirabolantes com cenas de ao toscas.Numa conferncia entre o Reino Unido, a URSS e os EUA, o representante dos Estados Unidos d um ultimato contra a URSS. Porm, os britnicos no acreditam que foram os soviticos que sequestraram a nave, afirmando que viram que a nave sequestradora tinha aterrissado no Japo. Assim, o Reino Unido decide enviar James Bond vivido por Sean Connery, para o territrio e averiguar o caso, a fim de evitar uma guerra mundial entre as duas potncias. O filme ainda traz Akiko Wakabayashi como Aki, uma aliada de Bond e agente de Tigre, Mie Hama como Kissy Suzuki, tambm aliada de Bond e agente de Tigre e Donald Pleasence como Ernst Stavro Blofeld, o chefe da SPECTRE que tenta eclodir uma guerra mundial. Apesar de algumas cenas bizarras esse ate agora o melhor filme da serie.
(nl) wrote: An enjoyably daft prison drama in which Barbara Stanwyck plays a career criminal who takes the fall for a bank robbery and ends up in San Quentin. Of course, all she needs is the love of a good moral crusader to keep her on the straight and narrow... It would be an understatement to say that the plot could have been worked out on the back of a cigarette packet; quite frankly, I'd be amazed if anybody troubled to write it down. It's also tempting to groan at the hoary old clichs till you realise that some of them were probably being minted here for the very first time. My favourite of several moments of unintentional hilarity is the one where two of Babs' associates attempt to tunnel through to her cell from the neighbouring men's prison and she disguises the racket they are making by playing loud music in the middle of the night. "How did such a criminal mastermind ever end up behind bars?" I hear you cry. Minor Stanwyck but her performance is as committed as ever.