The Little Polar Bear
This charming animated adventure follows a young polar bear, Lars, as he befriends Robbie, a seal. Together, these two form a friendship that proves different breeds of animals can get along perfectly well.
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Facebook U (fr) wrote: Well done and Michelle is herself quite the beauty. Unfortunately, and maybe it's impossible, Michelle doesn't have the je ne sais quoi that made Marilyn so fetching. Michelle does her impression well enough in the drama queen side of Marilyn, since we don't have much of an idea there. Eddie does come up as smitten and his bits work. Kenneth as Laurence Olivier grabs the film and gives it a good spin, which helps tremendously. Sweet and sour story.
Kate M (br) wrote: It's unbelievable to witness that we live in the most beautiful place on earth, and yet just down the road is this huge problem. Lack of jobs resulting into proverty, which results into drugs and addiction. Addiction made by the maker. Every caper should watch this. It's shocking.
Mara B (jp) wrote: Interesting and well done documentary with interviews and performances from notable pianists of several different genres. I'll never look at a concert piano the same way again after learning about the all of the months of sweat, craftsmanship, and magic that goes into making one. I even discovered some new great piano pieces that I'd like to add to my collection of recordings. One aspect not covered: I would have liked to see how they make the keys -- one of the "prettiest" parts of a piano.
Jessica H (kr) wrote: more film noir then thriller with a few gruesome surprises.
Erik K (nl) wrote: It had great potential, but this mind-numbingly boring film is a criminal waste of a good story.
Jose O (br) wrote: I tuned in to this movie by chance on IFC, and it kept my attention the whole time, but as many other people who have seen it, IO cannot quite describe it other than surreal, sensual and intriguing. The father and son in this movie share a relationship like no other ever caught on film, and that is gets you to watch the movie.. waiting to see where it all goes. And where is that destination? It depends on each individual's interpretation. I loved the fact that the sound is so weird. There are many times that you could swear the actors are not really conversing, but that you are listening to a voiceover. Therefore, you are never quite sure if what you are seeing is what is happening or what the characters are imagining. And, to me, that makes the movie a much better experience.
Agustian Taufiq A (it) wrote: Mohabbatein is simply amazing. I love the love-story plot in this movie. The struggle of love in the environment which is not conducive. The college environment is very nostalgic. I would recommend anyone to watch this movie.
Daniel G (it) wrote: Almost Famous is everything. An enjoyable ride, a fun story, a tribute to 70s - 80s bands, a tribute to rock and roll, a movie about music journalism, a movie about a growing up and being cool. It makes you think, laugh, it's unexpected and it leaves you with a good taste of mouth. I didn't particularly like Kate Hudson's character, but not because I think she should be different, but in the sense she acted really annoying like she was supposed to and thus was very successful.
Ramie T (es) wrote: First French film I like!
Art S (jp) wrote: Renoir presents us with some controlled chaos here in his tribute to the stage (and the founding of the Moulin Rouge). Who knew the cancan was less of a line dance and more of an acrobatic tumble? Jean Gabin plays the aging impresario who can't keep his finances or love life in order with the same sort of resignation he displays as the aging gangster in Touchez Pas Au Grisbi, made in the same year.
IMia K (us) wrote: Form the acting to effects to the concept this is a great film and one everyone should see