On the east coast of New Zealand, the Whangara people believe their presence there dates back a thousand years or more to a single ancestor, Paikea, who escaped death when his canoe capsized by riding to shore on the back of a whale. From then on, Whangara chiefs, always the first-born, always male, have been considered Paikea's direct descendants. Pai, an 11-year-old girl in a patriarchal New Zealand tribe, believes she is destined to be the new chief. But her grandfather Koro is bound by tradition to pick a male leader. Pai loves Koro more than anyone in the world, but she must fight him and a thousand years of tradition to fulfill her destiny.
Vtor M (nl) wrote: verdadeira fabula de crime e paixo,como o bom estilo latino de humor e descontrao
Claire H (ag) wrote: People do not now what they are talking about criticizing The nut job. It's better than terrible Over the hedge.
Phil H (es) wrote: Well this was just an extension of the third film and like the third film its very very poor in pretty much every aspect. Again I can't recommend this film in any way as everything is bad. The effects are again terrible with appalling CGI on the anacondas alongside very dubious CGI blood effects and dodgy movement animation on humans being eaten by the snakes. This all takes place in a what looks like a local woodland area (they didn't scout far for this folks) and generally in the daylight. This naturally doesn't help the effects as you can see how bad they are very easily, nasty videogame-esque visuals.The casting is again all unknowns (of course) with one or two returning from the third film. Linden Ashby pops up to continue his D-movie career, he's the only biggish name here apart from John Rhys-Davies who returns...for some reason.Put it this way...if you thought the third was bad then there's no point watching this. In fact I would give both this and the third film a miss as both are just one big bad film chopped into two and utterly rubbish. Holy puff adder Batman! talk about destroying a franchise sheesh!.
Pawe (ag) wrote: Not bad, not amazing. If you watched first part, this will be just nice movie.
Rex B (nl) wrote: Sucks - way to go, Lori!
Casey P (jp) wrote: good performance by Robin Williams , storyline certainly doesn't knock your socks off.
Peyton C (us) wrote: A classic action movie. Bruce Willis is the perfect choice for the hero. Alan Rickman is also really good as the now classic Hans Gruber, even though it's been overshadowed by Severus Snape. The action is intense and riveting. I know this will anger many people, but this, in my opinion, this is NOT a Christmas movie, it is an action/dark comedy.
Marc (kr) wrote: 77% Michael Keaton's delightfully eccentric performance really gives it the edge.
Edgar C (mx) wrote: Delightful from wherever you see it; people say it's about the singing and dancing, but I say it's about how magically comedy elements were merged with romance and an entertaining plot throughout in the magical days of Golden Age Hollywood. The 30s were perhaps the strongest decade for musicals, and this is one of the best examples.98/100