Toy Story 2

Toy Story 2

Andy heads off to Cowboy Camp, leaving his toys to their own devices. Things shift into high gear when an obsessive toy collector named Al McWhiggen, owner of Al's Toy Barn kidnaps Woody. Andy's toys mount a daring rescue mission, Buzz Lightyear meets his match and Woody has to decide where he and his heart truly belong.

When Woody is stolen by a toy collector, Buzz and his friends vow to rescue him, but Woody finds the idea of immortality in a museum tempting. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Toy Story 2 torrent reviews

Dan S (br) wrote: An unbearably pretentious bore concerning a mentally unstable man (Michael Shannon), convinced he has been spoken to by God, who kills his mother after journeying around the area of Southern California and becoming more detached from society. What sounds like a thrilling, surrealistic probing into a familiar but still fascinating subject falls flat on its face due to a nearly incomprehensible screenplay loaded with weird characters that do not feel natural to the story. David Lynch was clearly brought in here to give some of that Lynch-ian surrealistic atmosphere, but it all feels so fake, hollow, and forced. The acting is the only dependable aspect of this film, where Michael Shannon shines brightly yet again, and Brad Dourif has a memorable cameo although his character doesn't really serve any real purpose to the story. Werner Herzog and David Lynch are two of my favorite film-makers, and the combination of both of their talents should have been a home-run. Instead it's a full, blown-out bore of a movie that is not as eerie or suspenseful as it thinks it is. What a waste.

Mattias E (kr) wrote: A step up for director Konrad Niewolski. Maybe not the most original plot nowadays, but the atmosphere and intensity are very real. Great cinematographer Arkadiusz Tomiak is fond of filtering the images through tinded lenses, and often to great effect. This one is sickly yellow. Very appropriate.

Amanda L (es) wrote: Totally Awesome Film!

MarieBella C (br) wrote: While the screenplay is uneven this film ultimately succeeds thanks in part to two charming and charismatic performances by Fanning and Murphy

Chris G (ru) wrote: Very late-90s, brown-tinged, post-Se7en 'dark' thriller. Tries too hard and all characters act without fear of any consequence but who cares? It's fun and stupid.

Maggie K (gb) wrote: "Life in the Vatican is fun fun fun... when you're a dancing nun"

Megan o (es) wrote: Things Change, David Mamet's directorial follow-up to the fun and twisty House of Games, is a "heart-warming comedy" that isn't particularly heart-warming or funny. It's a very, very lightweight tale of mistaken identity and friendship, and although it was enjoyable enough to watch, I can't say it's left me with much to think about. Mamet should stick to twisty, dialogue-driven pieces, and leave the lightweight stuff for directors who don't claim "auteur" status.

Heather M (kr) wrote: I will pass on this whole series.

Bobby K (mx) wrote: Easily the darkest of Hitch's films alongside his most graphic, but it is also among his best. Stunningly acted and toting an amazing script, Frenzy is a bleak, intelligent thriller that represents a high note not just for Hitch, but for the genre as a whole. A later period magnum opus if there ever was one.

William L (ag) wrote: I thoroughly liked this movie. I liked Suzuki's style, the story, and the actors. This guy can make a movie. I really liked the set pieces and atmosphere of a shelled out Tokyo.

Matt H (de) wrote: Pretty good. I love these type of movies because its based on a true story.