Timon and Pumbaa start to watch the original Lion King movie, but Timon keeps insisting to fast forward to when they come in, because they weren't seen in the beginning of the story or anywhere until halfway through. Pumbaa suggests telling the audience their story, which begins before Simba's journey begins. Through this, we meet Timon's mother and Uncle Max, discover why he left his meerkat colony, where he learned Hakuna Matata, how he meets Pumbaa, and the perils they encountered while searching for their dream home. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Otageemeur L (nl) wrote: "Sasha" is a German movie about Sasha, a tormented boy about his hidden sexuality, who will discover that his beloved (and gay) piano teacher will leave to Vienna. Because of that, Sasha will become upset and will need as an ally his "girlfriend" Jiao to help him into his torments with his teacher. Of course, Sasha is coming from an immigrant family (from East Europe) who are very religious and so he has to deal with it and hide its feelings from them...The storyline is very simple and not very original as you may see from the summary of it. However, it is still kind of nice to have this immigrant family settings into the movie. I don't think this movie is bad but this is certainly not a masterpiece since it is SO simple-minded IMO.
Amanda W (kr) wrote: Different/Not Bad/OK/Kinda Liked...
Alex F (ag) wrote: Original and engaging.
Heather M (es) wrote: I will not be watching this.
Lorna R (jp) wrote: oh yeah, go monkeys!!!!
Rahul S (br) wrote: One of the best movies i have ever seen !!
Samurai A (mx) wrote: Well let's just say that this is the poorest depiction of who "Jack the Ripper" was.Interesting theory though.
Craig C (fr) wrote: One of the best romantic comedies of the 90s that harkens back to Hollywood's Golden Age, right down to the references to An Affair to Remember. Essential.
Kim M (ag) wrote: What's that woman Gina up to? I don't get it.
Steve G (de) wrote: Possibly the most underrated movie of all time. Spielberg demanded his name be taken off the credits. Buddy Revell was a piece of work. One of the most terrifying villains I've ever seen. The creation of suspense was brilliant. And Richard Tyson's scary but tortured performance stole the show. Great writing. Great direction. I recommend it.
Dan B (it) wrote: Low budget British 70s horror that starts well, but suffers from some risible plotting and slow pacing. That being said, the central performances by Rupert Davies and Sheila Keith are quite effective and the later scenes do approach something genuinely nightmarish. The screening was followed by a Q&A with director Pete Walker who came across as thoroughly pleasant and modest and still seemed to take old school exploitation delight in trying to ruffle liberal feathers.