A comedy about a zookeeper who might be great with animals, but he doesn't know anything about the birds and the bees. The man can't find love, so he decides to quit his job at the zoo, but his animal friends try to stop him and teach him that Mother Nature knows best when it comes to love.
- Category:Action, Comedy, Family, Romance
- Stars:Sylvester Stallone, Rosario Dawson, Adam Sandler, Leslie Bibb, Kevin James,
- Director:Frank Coraci,
- Writer:Nick Bakay (screenplay), Rock Reuben (screenplay), Kevin James (screenplay), Jay Scherick (screenplay), David Ronn (screenplay), Jay Scherick (story),
A group of zoo animals decide to break their code of silence in order to help their lovable zoo keeper find love -- without opting to leave his current job for something more illustrious. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Zookeeper torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Average slasher flick which sort of belongs in the 80's. It's filled with sex and tons of gore.... amongst all that you will find annoying, unlike-able characters played by terrible actors and a story that tries to be clever and original but fails in every way.... despite all this however, it is watch-able and strangely enjoyable.... give it a go if you want a gory no brainer slasher flick, and if you were a fan of the rest of the movies...
(kr) wrote: Great story need better villains
(ru) wrote: W: 1. The story was ok, and the acting was ok, but the long drawn out musical interludes were not. Slow!
(mx) wrote: amazing movie I really loved it
(kr) wrote: This movie does have some endearing characters and the cast is great, but the story drags in places. There are also cuts between scenes that make things disjointed and hard to follow. it is an overall good movie with some laughs and some tears, but it could have been better.
(ca) wrote: one of the worst seagal movies avoid
(ru) wrote: Like a lost Disney movie knock off For teachers to make kids suffer for 2 hours which feels like 4 hours
(ag) wrote: heartbrokingly sweet
(mx) wrote: I always enjoy a movie seen from a child's perspective. In this film, war torn London seems to be a playground for the youngsters, where weapons and bombs found in destroyed houses serve as the distraction for the day, and the sound of war planes turn new and exciting. Wonderful memoirs by John Boorman who describes enjoyable vignettes about recollections from his own childhood.
(ru) wrote: An enjoyable 80's movie with okay acting, but used practical effects and had decent humor. A worthwhile movie to watch.
(br) wrote: What a Fantastic movie!There's actually more fact than fiction in this Biopic of life of George Gershwin!so many of the principal characters play themselves! Al jolsen, George white, Paul Whiteman, and of course Oscar Levant. THe re-creation of the original performance of THE Rhapsody with Paul WHiteman's orchestra is breathtaking!
(ru) wrote: "Love Me Tonight" has usurped "Singin' In The Rain" as my favorite musical. This is a very creative movie, doing more with sound design than most modern films.
(mx) wrote: Good ol western classic
(de) wrote: Smart Noir film with a strong Liam Neeson performance.
(de) wrote: Well, time to choose your fighter, because my brutal review of Mortal Kombat: Annihilation starts now...FIGHT!!!!!!!So the first thing one would notice when this movie starts is the CGI. Yes, you can see where they imposed CGI and where a character is moving against a blue screen. The "special effects" are F-grade, the kind you find in a hapless hacker's basement.The second thing you'll notice right away are the character designs. Never mind the latex on Sheeva, what made me laugh was Motaro's design. Wow, I didn't think that Tenacious D's devil from The Pick of Destiny would be more threatening than that. The dialogue is corny and idiotically spoken right out of the gates, and I know it's going to get worse. So obviously, one of the things they try to do is make this more serious by having Johnny Cage become a classic red-shirt and get his neck snapped only 6 minutes into the film. That might be beneficial to preserving his character by having Cage cut from the cast list right away. I wouldn't be surprised if he refused to show up for the premiere of the film at the local AMC or even see it in theaters.I should mention that Shao Kahn in this film looks like someone I would hang out with at the gym. The game's Shao Kahn is a mix of Tarkatan face and human; this one is not. That's not the image you want to give me. I thought that scene was a decent TV level conversation, but it could have been a bit better.And of course, the final fight with the infamous CGI. It doesn't last long, but the CGI returns at the end of the fight.So what can I say about this that hasn't already been said before? I know this film has already been dealt with by so many people, but I wanted to do my own look at it. Here's how I sum it up.The dialogue is not particularly memorable, there are a lot of weird yells and grunts that did not endear me to the Kombatants not named Jax, and the CGI is awful. The only Mortal Kombat game I've ever played is the Sega Genesis version of the original, and I can say with full confidence that that game looks a hell of a lot better than this movie.MKA is just a dumb-ass attempt to be a fantasy martial arts film, and surprisingly a step down from the original film. Next time, talk to Jackie Chan, Michael Dimartino or Bryan Konieztko regarding that idea, not the dummies who made this.