The Princess and the Pea
"A truly noble heart is sensitive," says the wise old raven, Sebastian, who pokes, prods and analyzes peas seeking the solution that would save the kingdom of Corazion from the revenge of Laird, the king's brother. As Sebastian seeks to solve the mystery, his friend, Prince Rollo, is searching for a truly sensitive heart in the pedigrees of pampered princesses, until a chance encounter with a kind-hearted peasant girl causes Rollo to ponder where true beauty lies. Can Sebastian discover the answer in time to rescue the kingdom from the cruel schemes of Laird? Join in the quest to reveal the heart of true nobility.
- Stars:Dan Finnerty, Jonathan Firth, Lincoln Hoppe, Ève Karpf, Nigel Lambert, Ronan Vibert, Amanda Waving, Steven Webb,
- Country:USA, Hungary
- Director:Mark Swan,
- Writer:Forrest S. Baker III, Ken Cromar, Ray Goldrup, Mark Swan
"A truly noble heart is sensitive," says the wise old raven, Sebastian, who pokes, prods and analyzes peas seeking the solution that would save the kingdom of Corazion from the revenge of Laird, the king's brother. As Sebastian seeks to solve the mystery, his friend, Prince Rollo, is searching for a truly sensitive heart in the pedigrees of pampered princesses, until a chance encounter with a kind-hearted peasant girl causes Rollo to ponder where true beauty lies. Can Sebastian discover the answer in time to rescue the kingdom from the cruel schemes of Laird? Join in the quest to reveal the heart of true nobility. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Princess and the Pea torrent reviews
(de) wrote: The supernatural 'eye in the sky'.From the directors of 'A Cat in Paris', but this film set in New York City that narrates the story of a boy with an extraordinary power. If you had liked that film, you probably would like it as well, but a little lesser. Except this is not about the art of theft, but a cop trying to catch a most dangerous criminal. It is so weird to see the New York turned into kind of a province of France as everybody in this speak French, but expected it as it's a French film.A very interesting storyline. The characters were well designed and developed. But most of the film was focused on the boy, the cop and the main villain with a dog's perspective. There's a little part of a reporter as well. So I think it should have been called 'A Dog in New York', but the dog is on the wrong side where the most of the story was narrated from. The theme was not fresh, but the way they used to tell the tale makes all the difference. I mean you can compare it to 'If I Stay' kind of plenty of other films. Except it turned into a crime-thriller.A young boy named Leo, who is hospitalised for the serious illness, has a special power to leave his body and take an invisible form, and come back again safely within some time frame. On the other side an honest cop trying to hunt down a criminal who is threatening the peace of the city gets a backlash after met with an accident. Now the cop and the boy join the hands to thwart the villain's latest attempt to bring disruption. The mission was not planned well, so how they fight the crime and its result brings to an end to the film."I'm not hungry. It's a shame because my dad's pasta is the best in the world."This is a PG film, that means it's aimed for all the ages. But particularly for the grown ups, there's nothing much to enjoy other than cool presentation. That does not mean for all the grown ups. The sketches and the animation technics were same as the previous film. They tried to reach bigger audience worldwide from the success of their previous film, but seems not achieved that goal. As the film had many great features like the characters and the story, they have fallen short to surpass as an overall film. Even anytime I would pick 'A Cat in Paris' over this, but that does not make this one's a bad film.It kind of looks like the supernatural version of 'Eye in the Sky'. I'm not talking about the actual film, but the concept of drones to watch over the criminal activity. In here the boy acts as the main communication device. He who one day wants to be a cop, helps to solve the crime. I think the end should have been a little better. Especially from the boy's perspective about how his tale ends were very intentional. Perhaps a bit of emotions at the end would have given a better result.I advertise the 2D animations too much on my blog whenever I review them, because they are rapidly fading away art. So my big thanks to those production houses and the filmmakers who still believe in it. If you are an animation film fan, you will enjoy it, no matter you loved it or not at the end. In a simple way to say, it is a fine film for the families with kids aged ten or under. It might look like a typical detective film, but entertaining with a few good moments. So check it out if you get a chance to access it.7/10
(ag) wrote: I'm a fan of biopics.
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(ag) wrote: Good, but it feels like it was put together on an assembly line.
(ag) wrote: Why oh why oh why do I make myself watch these movies when I truly don't enjoy them, not even a little. While I can't deny that Tetro has some outstanding performances, it just dragged for me. I'm not really a massive fan of these movies that take an in depth look at the human psyche, and I have seen quite a few, but I have definitely seen better than this. Slow and painful in my opinion.
(nl) wrote: Visually impressive, but Road To Perdition isn't always the most enthralling watch.
(jp) wrote: This isn't a great film, but Perlman makes for a good Hellboy in a bizarre film.
(gb) wrote: (First and only viewing - 11/13/2010)
(fr) wrote: Would like to see at some stage.
(mx) wrote: Will take multiple viewings to appreciate (and unravel the plot).
(br) wrote: As one fellow critic noted, "the film needed more Jennifer Connelly". darn right. And far less Nick Nolte. not a bad film but it could have been so much more.....
(it) wrote: Oliver Stone avoids glorifying 9/11 or creating a big controversy out of it. World Trade Center is simply a powerful, utterly moving tale of survival. Bring Kleenex.