Unstable Fables: 3 Pigs & a Baby
When the three pigs find a tiny wolf cub on their doorstep, they decide to raise him as their own, unaware that they've played right into the plan of a special-ops team of wolves. As the newest addition to their family, Lucky grows into his teens not knowing his history, his role in the wolves' plan or the difficult choice he will have to make about the family that raised him.
- Stars:Jon Cryer, Brad Garrett, Steve Zahn, Tom Kenny, Jesse McCartney, Timothy McCartney, Steve Wilcox, Nolan North, Chris Elwood, Mark Adair-Rios, Tara Strong, Audrey Wasilewski,
- Director:Howard E. Baker, Arish Fyzee,
- Writer:Craig Bartlett, Joseph Purdy
A baby wolf is left on the doorstep of the three little pigs, so they raise him as their own. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Unstable Fables: 3 Pigs & a Baby torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: We were scared by her awful screams and her ugly Banshee face. I GAVE IT THUMBS UP.
(ru) wrote: (First and only viewing - 6/27/2012)
(mx) wrote: self-conscious, witty, and scary
(de) wrote: An interesting comedy about sex and love and the problems when one is mistaken four the other. Chuck Palahnuik`s story provides many great ideas and plenty of witty and funny lines. The acting and direction are good and the overall feel is surprisingly positive, well worth watching.
(fr) wrote: Wow... me costo uno y la mitad del otro, pero finalmente halle esta pelicula :D
(es) wrote: At times more like a modern day Chucky came to mind, I expected the Babies eyes to bug out and twist at any time. If this is modern day Italian Horror I am a little disappointed, but the movie had a little bit of everything, from ghost, to possessed babies, and even a baby elephant running through the house at the end. Its Directed by a Bava, but not as good Mario Bava old school horror, matter fact I'd pass it as a add to my collection, Nothing really shocking, matter fact the ghost was a real pain in the Butt. 3 stars on this one.
(ag) wrote: Unfortunately this fascinating, highly artistic series, or "cycle", of 5 films from performance artist Matthew Barney isn't available on DVD or any form of video (and never will). Covering a range of subjects using symbolic imagery and characters. If you get a chance to see the series do a little research on it and Matthew Barney beforehand. I saw this series a few years ago. Want to see it again.
(au) wrote: A classic, do I say more.
(jp) wrote: Jack Nicholson as the nosy, cheeky, direct and smooth private investigator J.J. Gittes. A man with a solid repertoire of quotes. He takes a normal case - some broad fearing her husbands relations with a younger woman. Things is of course much bigger. Lies, tricks, corruption and murder. Many big people of LA is involved and so is Gittes. He loves it.It looks very good. It's told in a superb way - twist happen often enough to keep it interesting, but not often enough to make you loose track of it. Classic music, classic cars, classic "fake sound of traffic outside buildings" that we get in many scenes shot indoors.This is a top noir flick. Great acting and a very solid story. The complex web is quite bloody and it's very much a direct film. The looks of it is superb. So fresh and clean. It's like a moving picture where every scene is oozing of something own. It's the look of "Chinatown".Madness among the pretty stuff and the typical Polanski tragedy is lifting it, making it a deserved classic.8.5 out of 10 nose patches.
(us) wrote: Intriguing and violent with creative kills. Final Destination may not have the best acting or dialogue. But it's unique and intelligent premise and horror carnage will definitely appeal to genre junkies and some norms
(au) wrote: Kinda the scream for the rom-com sub-genre. Meta quirkiness in a familiar formula.