3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain

3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain

Three young boys, Rocky, Colt and Tum Tum together with their neighbor girl, computer whiz Amanda are visiting Mega Mountain amusement park when it is invaded by an army of ninjas led by evil Medusa, who wants to take over the park and hold the owners for ransom. Kids and retired TV star Dave Dragon, who made his farewell appearance at the park at the time the ninjas appeared, have to break Medusa's vicious plans.

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Valentina N (jp) wrote: Vincent Gallo posing as a member of the Taliban kills three American soldiers using a rocket launcher then spends the rest of film in hiding in a country that could be Russia, but neither he nor I can be categorically sure of. But I like Vincent Gallo so who cares?

Kevin N (nl) wrote: A tense and exhilarating thriller with the bonus addition of being a documentary. I could not believe what I was seeing- the plethora of information David finds about himself in the records of hundreds of companies and organizations is astounding, and frankly quite scary. When David tries to escape this surveillance he finds it very hard to do, and as his escape goes on we realize it may be impossible- we may be too late. This is one of the most fast-paced and intriguing documentaries I have ever seen, and a wonderful exposition of the danger of our modern times. (SxSW).

Jake M (it) wrote: Gylenhaal's authentic performance captures the hopelessness of Sherry's situation flawlessly. However, the lack of follow through on plot lines leave some questions unanswered. While this would have emphasised the uncertainty of Sherry's future, the use of clich to soften the blow of her narcissism clashes with the grittier and more realistic parts of the story. The contradiction prevents the conclusion from being taken as seriously as it needed to be.

Ben B (us) wrote: is this a joke??? this was a movie?? really???

Isadore H (fr) wrote: Where the Wild Things Are is a beautifully told story featuring a troubled boy who runs away from his family and stumbles across odd and strangely charming creatures. I read the source material only once as a child and I honestly didn't remember much from it, but the film did an excellent job of being heartfelt and not too corny at the same time. I absolutely loved the visuals in this one, they were all unique and very well done. The acting was superb, espically from the boy, Max. I think audiences might have had a hard time accepting this one as easily as the critics did because the film takes itself much more seriously than any film based off a children's book really should, but I found it to be both fascinating and uncompromisingly blunt in its overall message. Filled with heartwarming moments, and a simple, yet strong story at its core, Where the Wild Things Are is a film I am glad I saw.

Sahra S (ca) wrote: It's dark, it's gritty, it's dystopic and you can tell all of that by just the animation alone.

Rick D (gb) wrote: Needs a re-watch. May not be as dumb as I remember