War of the Birds

War of the Birds

Fagin is the bad bird of an otherwise idyllic forest. He assaults the nest of two wrens and destroys all their eggs except one that, when hatched, is adopted by an owl (patterned on W. C. Fields). A counter-offensive against Fagin is launched with help enlisted from a seagull named Armstrong, two nice mice and a sparrow. There is romance, too, and a jazzy score goes with this animated ornithology extravaganza.

An owl, two sparrows, a dove and a pair of would-be aviator mice join forces to fight against an evil bird of prey who threatens the peace in their lovely forest. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


War of the Birds torrent reviews

Ron L (gb) wrote: Great movie, very funny

Jason B (ag) wrote: This is your classic love story with some comedy thrown in a must see for any Kevin hart fan!!!!

Adam R (gb) wrote: The most repulsive and horrendous thing I have ever seen, and yet at the same time I couldn't stop watching. Bully is a well made film, but is not for the faint of heart. (First and only viewing - In my mid-twenties)

Harry W (ru) wrote: I Spit On Your Grave could have been a good movie had the film makers actually applied some filming technique to the film instead of this amateur bullshit. The narrative is solid : A woman decides to exact her revenge against the monstrous men who raped her and broke her pride. The film drags out a very long and poorly acted rape scene for about 20 minutes of the film that could have made its point within five minutes, causing viewers to think "ALRIGHT WE GET IT!" The film is entirely boring, flat and dragged out for far too long, thus voiding its intended purpose to expose the evils associated with the male gender (rape,sexism and misogyny), What a waste of perfectly good idea that could have had a positive impact on society.

Zachary M (fr) wrote: The steam for the Planet of the Apes franchise had obviously run out of steam a long time before this. Of all the movies in this series, this is unquestionably the redheaded stepchild. Nothing outside the bizarre and out of character ending will stick with your brain. The series should have ended with the last one, and have that one have the ending that it originally should have had before the studio stepped in. Shame.

White R (it) wrote: Weird and unsettling. I spent the whole movie anticipating that something terrible was just about to happen. The characters were unlikeable and what was with the gay naked wrestling scene? I guess the only thing that saved this movie from being completely terrible for me was the fact that it was unusual and that kept it interesting up to a point.

Ilsa W (fr) wrote: Quite a brilliant film, not what I was expecting at all in terms of story line. Stunning performances from Alec Guiness and John Mills. A very dark and mesmorising story and a study of great acting if ever there was one!

Steve W (kr) wrote: Woodrow Truesmith buys a round for some penniless marines, and tells them his sorrowful tale of how his mother and small town think he's still a marine. He got discharged for hay fever and hasn't got the guts to face the music, because of the hero status of his late father. The movie is wonderfully hilarious for the first half, but quickly loses steam in the jokes department and gets a little heavy handed for the finale. It does have that good hearted feeling at the end, so ultimately this comedy is decent overall.

Simon C (de) wrote: Lovingly crafted creature feature. So gross that you can almost smell it. Snappy, funny dialogue and priceless details. This is really well put together.

Rob A (it) wrote: A good solid movie/musical.

Jonny P (ag) wrote: "Street Smart" provides insight into the world of pimps and prostitutes; unfortunately, I didn't really want this much insight into prostitution. I must laud Morgan Freeman for his Oscar-nominated role, as his bi-polarity between friendliness and cruelty was unnerving. He was great, though I prefer his roles in Driving Miss Daisy, Shawshank, Batman, or just about any other film over this one. Christopher Reeve was just okay while Kathy Baker stole the show as the prostitute Punchy, particularly during the chiling threat scene ("which eye?") with Freeman. While the concept of a fictional article that resembles real-life events was interesting, the thought to use the concept on a story about a pimp was a mistake.