Curious little penguin Pororo and his friends accidentally cause an airplane to make an emergency landing in their home of Pororo Village. On the airplane are some turtles being shipped to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Little Penguin Pororo's Racing Adventure
Curious little penguin Pororo and his friends accidentally cause an airplane to make an emergency landing in their home of Pororo Village. On the airplane are some turtles being shipped to ...
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Olivier B (mx) wrote: First scene was cool! The rest of the movie...
Dylan D (nl) wrote: Soul Surfer is about a life well-lived, one that was spiritually prepared -- with the support of a strong family structure -- to deal with adversity and balanced enough to ultimately use tragedy and evil against themselves for the greater good of both the one and the many. The film's real-life authenticity and adherence to truth, both personal and spiritual, sets it apart from the pack and cements it as one of the finest studio-produced, faith-based pictures around. Made whole by fine acting, smooth writing, and technically sound direction, Soul Surfer rides high and catches the wave of success as both a cinematic venture and a goodhearted family picture that espouses infinitely good values.
Albert R (kr) wrote: I was REALLY looking forward to see this, but it was just so bad. i couldnt even finish it. Lame acting, and a tired plot.
Mark N (gb) wrote: The animation is less than fluid and the robotic movements of the characters seriously distracts from the viewing experience. Stealing it's look from comic-books it does a poorman's imitation of Sin City's noir without the flare or shades of grey to literally give its world texture.
Philip S (fr) wrote: Only because I saw 1 and 2...
Frank N (de) wrote: I read the book, loved it, didn't know there was a movie based on the book
Randy Y (ru) wrote: Alright... Not as funny as most Farrell movies, but some decent messaging about minor sports and coaching ;)
Garrett T (it) wrote: One of the weirdest, grossest, most unconventional movies of the 1990's. Over-the-top, surreal black comedy may be too bizarre for certain tastes, but highly recommeded for those who like this sort of horror/comedy/musical.
Christopher H (mx) wrote: Kenny Rogers driving a late model stock car with a bunch of hoodlum kid mechanics. What more could you ask for?
Adam R (de) wrote: A much better sequel than Beneath the Planet of the Apes was. This time the apes get a taste of what Earth was like back in the 1970's. It was an interesting premise. I was glad to have Roddy McDowall back as Cornelius. Kim Hunter goes out with a bang as Dr. Zira. To me she is the face of the series, and will be missed. (First and only viewing - 9/21/2014)
ScubaSteve Walter M (de) wrote: So cops or anyone in power can get away with anything even for the obvious reasons? I get that, but most of the movie I didn't quite understand, like why did he kill the woman if he loves her, simply because he can? Anyhow, this is a real mind teaser, testing the boundaries of power and brotherhood. It'll keep you guessing until the end.
Daniel I (ca) wrote: Brilliant cast, masterful direction and wonderful locations. Two legends of cinema (Niven and Kerr) and a cult personality (Seberg) who shows she can act and have a real presence at the same time. The real champion of Bonjour Tristesse is Otto Preminger. Using an innovative technique of using flash-forwards in black and white sequences when things were not so good to the good times in colour which, at times, did cross over - the camera-work and editing was a real joy to witness.
jay n (ag) wrote: Typical fare for the duo enlivened by Laughton.
Ella G (it) wrote: First watched in 2015. I watch it around 5 times a year, and never gets old. I don't think I get through a single day without quoting it.
Tom C (nl) wrote: off beat - glad I watched it.
Kade C (br) wrote: Being a fan of the Warcraft games I believe that makes me appreciate this film more. I had a blast with the Warcraft movie, and will continue to watch it for years to come.