The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything host this obviously silly song countdown. These are the 10 most popular songs, as tabulated on the VeggieTales website, and are presented in a very ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jacob K (us) wrote: This new Scooby-Doo movie follows the gang and their favorite hero the blue Falcon and helping to solve the mystery and clear their heroes name
Private U (br) wrote: fun cast, sweet story. Felt a bit more like a play script rather than a movie. The sweet story and moderately interesting characters are spoiled a bit by a heavy hand on metaphors and scenes that insist on being Meaningful and Important, as well as fast resolutions to conflicts; ie, the protagonist says "I want a new job" and the manager says "funnily enough, we have this perfect spot open for you."Great performance by Chris Messina in particular, icky performance by Topher Grace + WIG. Jenna Fischer was adorable, wish she'd had a more interesting character to work from.
Gregory M (jp) wrote: This was beautiful and heartfelt.I adored every scene and every single directing choice.The cast was marvellous,every one of them was amazing.Keira Knightley was a sight for sour eyes and a great acting force while James McAvoy owned every scene he was in with his pure blue stare and his talent.I found the story greatly interesting and I swear the end just broke me apart.A really great movie.I adored every second.
Adam F (gb) wrote: "From Justin to Kelly" is the worst kind of bad movie; the kind that's so uninspired and dull you can't even make fun of it. It's spring break in Florida. Kelly Taylor (Kelly Clarkson) needs a break from her waiting and entertaining job and although she's not super anxious to go, she's convinced by her friends Alexa (Katherine Bailess) and Kaya (Anika Noni Rose) that a little vacation is just what she needs. In Fort Lauderdale, Justin Bell (Justin Guarini) and his friend Carlos (Jason Yribar) are reaping the benefits of the crowds of teenagers by setting up competitions and parties while their friend Eddie (Brian Dietzen) is trying to meet up with his internet crush. When they all meet up on the beach, Justin is very interested in Kelly, but she suspects he's too party-crazy and wouldn't be interested in a real relationship. Alexa however, thinks he's just the kind of guy she wants and she won't let him get away. She repeatedly jumps between them with text messages and leads Justin to believe that Kelly is not interested despite the fact that the more time they spend together, the more the two leads start to fall for each other. During these misunderstandings, Kaya is starting a relationship with a sexy busboy named Carlos and although he hasn't had any luck with the ladies, Brandon keeps bumping into a sexy beach patrol woman and he's convinced it's only a matter of time before she falls for him. If you're expecting a whole lot of singing, spontaneously choreographed dance numbers and predictable love plots, then you've come to the right place.It's just a by-the-books beach romance story that's been padded out to 1hr 21 minutes by throwing in a bunch of songs, one dimensional characters and light-as-air romance plots. It's clear that Kelly Clarkson and Justin Guarini have talent, but the songs they're given aren't memorable and weren't made for them so it just feels like a waste of time. The acting is spotty at best, you can tell by the fact that both Kelly Clarkson and Justin Guarini's characters' first names are the same as theirs. In the actors' defense though, it's blatantly obvious that this film was made due to contractual obligation. Why else would you have the winner and runner-up of a competition act together in a romantic movie when neither of them have any acting experience, and limited professional singing experience too? I suspect the whole thing was dug up from a dusty box of "quick, cheap teenage plots", rewritten a little bit and then shipped out to a crew that wasn't passionate at all about the project to capitalize on the immediate popularity of the stars. Even aside from the technical standpoint of the writing, the movie isn't put together very competently. It's poorly edited and looks more like a music video than a movie when there's singing and dancing and poorly acted when there isn't. If you're a fan of either Kelly Clarkson or Justin Guarini, or even of "American Idol", skip "From Justin to Kelly" and just listen to one of their albums instead. (VHS, August 24, 2012)
Cle S (it) wrote: This is the first and only German-made Asterix movie in which Asterix & Obelix manage to explore America accidentally. It's based on the comic "The Great Crossing" and implies American natives as well as a wild buffalo horde.
John M (ru) wrote: "Basket Case 2" is a decent sequel to the 80's cult classic with less gore but with a significant improvement in special effects and technical aspects due to the success of the micro low budget first part estimated by that time in $35,000. Thought this sequels seems unneeded; it is a pretty entertaining which starts where the original end and keep the pace and the continuity of the story till the end.
Linda C (ru) wrote: A wonderfully acted Australian film, with Aboriginal actor David Gulpilil. Highly recommended.
Francisco G (mx) wrote: Tries to be artsy on it's violence and the audience of this type of movies, but ends up being a misogyny orgy, where in each section women are used for all sorts of perversions the guys who made this had in mind. Pathetic. Not a single Blood Sucking Freak can be found inside as well.
RC M (br) wrote: Here we go! Remember BLACULA? That was a pretty decent blackspo/horror flik. This,on the other hand,is one of the cheapest pieces of shlock to come down the block! The title monster is a big-headed monster with a 'fro,who walks around like a retarded Glenn Strange and rips off limbs and hot girls shirts! Unbelievably hookey fun!
Andrew U (ca) wrote: Interesting critique of the American penal system.
Robert P (nl) wrote: After wowing audiences with his boyish looks, charm and strong performances in the 1990s, Leonardo DiCaprio became the actor of a generation after the turn of the century and make no mistake, he is on form in Blood Diamond. Playing Danny Archer, a soldier of fortune, DiCaprio convinces us he really did grow up in Rhodesia. Djimon Hounsou and Jennifer Connelly also impress in this gripping, heart-wrenching and often ugly adventure. And while the supporting cast and ocassionally the plot are taken on a ramble around the wilderness we get a snapshot of the injustice summarised as TIA, This is Africa.