Zoo Rangers in South America

Zoo Rangers in South America


De rangers uit Ouwehands Dierenpark worden gevraagd om de bijzonder zeldzame De Loro-vlinderpopulatie te redden voordat deze uit hun cocons kruipen en omkomen in de grote bosbranden in de Zuid-Amerikaaanse jungle. Daarvoor reizen de rangers af naar Zuid-Amerika. De ranger trotseren daarvoor wilde dieren, op hol geslagen koeien op de Argentijnse pampas en gaan zelfs geen tango-wedstrijd, speedboten-race of onneembare rotswand uit de weg om de vlinders te vinden. Moes raakt intussen bevriend met Cherpee, een jaloerse aap waar Taffie het behoorlijk mee te stellen heeft. Mike ergert zich aan eigenwijze Bastiaan die besloten heeft om voor z'n fans zijn Zuid-Amerikaas avontuur op video te zetten. En Alwin en Sira...zij maken een van de meest hartstochtelijke avonturen mee. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Zoo Rangers in South America torrent reviews

Mark G (fr) wrote: A very moving film. it. It's nice to see films that portray certain historical heroes as real people and not one dimensional characters. The struggle between Gandhi and his son may add sad and tragic irony to the story, but it in no way detracts from his greatness and place in history. I definitely recommend it.

Andrew O (kr) wrote: Why this film is so well regarded is beyond me. Aside from some clever lighting and cinematography, The Descent is a poorly-executed, terribly edited, movie with sloppy storytelling and a ridiculous ending, with a good mix of predictable plot points and jump scares to boot.

Jeremiah K (ru) wrote: Once again Jeff,Larry,Bill and Ron deliver the laughs non-stop. A must see for fans of the 1st movie.

Jarmo P (kr) wrote: Interesting little film. Kind of a darker and slightly more narrative Lost in Tranlation. The very lifelike content oddly clashes with the very amateurish plot that unveils itself at the end. Yet I have a feeling it might be intentional. Still very much recommended, this is just the kind of film that will be deeply loved when watched by the right person.

Simon D (es) wrote: This could be the American Version of Hi-Fidelity (assuming Hi-fidelity is English due to it's author and it's soundtrack). I found it difficult to watch a film about a record shop with such a bad sountrack. There are quite a lot of annoying characters in this too. The story is average fare for US teen films. Pretty rubbish really.

martha c (it) wrote: mia sara gives a great performance in this movie.

Nanette G (es) wrote: one of my favorites..:)

Nate T (nl) wrote: Classic. On Blu-ray.

Jose Luis M (ru) wrote: Lo nico bueno Bennie and the Jets

David K (mx) wrote: A Cool and modern teenage horror film that delivers. Its funny and well written with to strong female lead characters.

bill s (de) wrote: Everyone wants to do one of these movies but few do it right and this aint right.

Dave A (us) wrote: Mullet Hood. Still plenty of swash in the buckle. This could be a steampunk Robin Hood with the addition of Morgan Freeman's Azeem and all the progressive philosophy and technology he brings with him. Alan Rickman earns the Basil Rathbone award for dirty deeds done dirt cheap. What differs between Alan Ladd and Kevin Costner is that Ladd's Robin was a larger than life hero and myth fully realized. Costner's Hood was more the modern-day myth-buster. The Everyman that rises to the heroic occasion. Sometimes that works, sometimes it doesn't. The scenery is pretty breathtaking.

Wayne K (ag) wrote: A film that split audiences when it was released had a very similar effect on myself. To begin with I was very optimistic, witnessing an opening that suggests the film intends to analyse the mind of one who has endured prolonged systematic abuse, the effects it has on their current life, the interactions with people around them, a true friend who tries to understand them and help them cope with what they've been through and still have to face on the road to recovery. It has potential, and may have been very interesting, but when I was subjected to a series of jump scares, gory deaths and that classic movie trope of imagining something horrible is happening only to discover it's a dream, my optimism sagged. It's elevated somewhat by a powerful lead performance and some of the most convincing make up I've ever seen in a film. But like The Human Centipede, it takes a premise that's silly but strangely plausible and suffocates it under a blanket of unpleasant images and ceaseless violence. But while Centipede was an equal opportunities gore-fest, here the brutality is doled out solely on the female, giving the film a strong air of misogyny that makes things more than a little uncomfortable. The spiritual philosophies in the movie are poorly explored and simply don't justify the last half hour, which looks it was filmed by a real life torture murderer. The camerawork is often clumsy and characterisation is virtually non-existent. I wouldn't watch it again & I certainly wouldn't recommend it to anybody. Expect maybe someone I didn't like very much.

Dave S (ag) wrote: I don't see what the reviews are so low for this movie. I enjoyed it thoroughly!