Steven Spielberg Presents Animaniacs: Wakko's Wish, usually referred to as Wakko's Wish is a 1999 American direct-to-video animated tragicomedy film based on the Warner Bros. 1993-98 animated series, Animaniacs, and also the swan song to the series. The film relocates all the Animaniacs characters to a quasi-medieval fairy tale world and portrays their race to find the wishing star that will grant them a wish. While the film was released during the Christmas season, the holiday is not a factor in its plot, though the events do take place during winter.
Indra W (it) wrote: Can not bear to watch it to the end. A waste of time. Cheesy dialog, bad acting, bad CGI. Not even a B-rated movie.
Gavin S (de) wrote: Despite having the same plot as " The Office" its still worthwhile. Karl Pilkington has the scene that steals the show. Ask me where if you can't find it.
Mike (br) wrote: I don't know why this has no reviews and not even a movie poster. This was a great movie! I really liked it and even after everything they do, you still feel for them. I love this movie.
Maryam T (ru) wrote: It was pretty funny, and the only reason I wanted to see this movie is because Irfan Khan is awesome.And he probably plays my favorite character in the movie. The action scenes were pretty funny, I think they did it too much with the slow motion. The soundtrack was nice, I didn't like the choreography, for most songs. The only song's choreography I DID like was for "Manzar". And there should have only been one item song.Other than that, it was nice.
Peter Y (ru) wrote: A hilarious hybrid of stand-up and lecture from iconic director John Waters. Featuring anecdotes from his lengthy filmmaking career, this is a must see for lovers of trashy cinema.
Larry P (ca) wrote: Demi Moore? Please. But this movie is a hoot. Self-aware, funny, and I personally enjoyed all of the subplots.
Mark A (ca) wrote: One of the most insanely undisciplined movies ever. The funniest part about it is imagining what went on in the production meetings and editing room. It truly must be seen to be believed.
Diego Z (de) wrote: i would love to see this movie
Steve K (br) wrote: Very good early Kevin Costner movie. It had good action, and good twists, but a corny 80's flavor. It was, however, a good story and I would recommend seeing it.
Joel K (ca) wrote: Iconic Film. Incredible cast: Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff, Basil Rathbone. Great music when driving the hearse with the horses. Classical reference to the Stygian Shore. Love how Lorre's character always mispronounces Price's character's name. Basil Rathbone doing a bit of Shakespeare's play about the Scottish chap is pretty sweet. "I regard your actions as inimical to good fellowship,." line by Basil, awesome. 'He is Not Dead But Sleepeth' is a great song for Basil's funeral. Vigoda's sermon is great. Basil rises from the crypt as Shakespeare's Scottish guy's ghost. Cleopatra is a swell name for a cat in my opinion, Rhubarb ain't bad either. Amaryllis great name for a lady. Basil Rathbone's death scene as the Scottsman is instantly one of my favorite movie moments.
Ice R (ca) wrote: Heflin is amazing and deserved his Oscar.