Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation
Term-time ends at Acme Looniversity and the Tiny Toon characters look forward to a summer filled with fun. Buster and Babs Bunny turn a water fight into a white-water rafting trip through the dangerous Deep South; Plucky Duck and Hamton Pig share the most impossibly awful car journey imaginable on the way to HappyWorldLand; Fifi's blind date becomes a "skunknophobic" nightmare; and a safari park is turned upside-down by Elmyra's search for "cute little kitties to hug and squeeze".
- Stars:Charles Adler, Tress MacNeille, Joe Alaskey, Don Messick, Jonathan Winters, Edie McClurg, Frank Welker, Cree Summer, Sorrell Booke, Rob Paulsen, Maurice LaMarche, Gail Matthius, Kath Soucie, Candi Milo,
- Director:Rich Arons, Ken Boyer, Kent Butterworth, Barry Caldwell, Alfred Gimeno, Art Leonardi, Byron Vaughns,
- Writer:Paul Dini, Nicholas Hollander, Tom Ruegger, Sherri Stoner
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(kr) wrote: A disappointing return, and this is coming from a fan of the old show. The jokes fall a bit flat, as well as being quite transphobic. Wish it had been better, as I think Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley are awesome
(de) wrote: Kabhi Kabhi Aditi Zindagi...
(it) wrote: How do i watch it on this website????
(ag) wrote: Eye of God (1996) - Nick Stahl plays a 14 year-old boy who is traumatized twice when his mom killed herself and later, when he witnesses a nasty murder of a girl who was trying to befriend him at the time that her ex-con husband shows up to kill her. In the end, Nick hangs himself. Hal Holbrook plays the Sheriff and he is wonderful, just wonderful. The film showcased strong performances by everyone, particularly Martha Plimpton. Tim Blake Nelson directed this one, the same guy behind Scooby-Doo 2 and Holes. Don?t let that fool you. This is serious drama and I was a nervous wreck when it was over.
(fr) wrote: My best film ever <3
(us) wrote: Jeremy Irons is SCARY good... "you have 'no' idea"
(kr) wrote: Kinda dragged but the last moments really made the film for me. Its a tough film, keeping in my the lengths one will do for a loved one
(kr) wrote: from beginning to end Danny Boyle's rejuvenation of the zombie genre uses it's financial modesty to create a more realistic venture into the post apocalyptic roller-coaster ride of horror that will shake you to your very bones
(us) wrote: 2 of the greatest actors ever in the same flick , Robert De Niro and Al Pacino. That was one reason that made me interested to watch this crime thriller movie. But the movie aren't as powerful and excited as i had wanted it to be. The story is nice and decent acting but they both have made much better work before. Altho its a watchable movie despite that and i enjoyed it a bit and it had a very good twist so take a chance for this one.
(kr) wrote: Enjoyable sci-fi comedy that while not perfect, is a lot of fun and looks great for its low budget. The cast is solid, as the veteran actors give better performances, with Colton Dunn getting a lot of laughs as Herman while Alexandria Deberry shows great comedic skills, both verbal & physical, as the ditzy cheerleader Mindy. Burnie Burns does a nicely nuanced performance as Hagan but Michael Jones & Gavin Free are basically one-shot, though funny. Behind the camera, Matt Hullum makes a nice directorial with plenty of funny moments while making the movie look fairly good, despite its low budget. The story isn't as tight as it could be (the fact each member gets an item that addresses their natural weaknesses i.e. Herman gets boots to fix his leg while Woody gets a helmet that makes him smart, is never played up). However, things move quickly enough you don't notice and the action is well done (the cabin fight is a great example). Overall, a great film for Rooster Teeth fans (a lot of the humor are in-jokes) and a pretty good one for non-fans.