Poetry classics are brought to animated life with readings by Liam Neeson, Claire Danes, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Carrie Fisher, Jeffrey Wright, Ziggy Marley, and more. A magical mix ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Child's Garden of Poetry
Poems by some of the greatest writers of all time are brought to life through lyrical animation and readings by some of today’s most respected performers.
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Alessia P (it) wrote: Monicell''s masterpiece is probably the best film about the First World War. Hilarious and harrowing, raw and poetic.
Joshua M (ca) wrote: awesome! highly recommend it
Matthew H (nl) wrote: Although this movie goes into Napoleon Dynamite levels of kid gloving (No middle-schoolers say darn), this movie is very relevant to how a kid might feel when he's arrogant, not popular, and hasn't hit puberty. So, kudos to the filmmakers for getting that aspect right.
James H (ag) wrote: Invictus is a good film about Nelson Mandela with fantastic performances from Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon and yes this film is heavily revolved around rugby but it doesn't take away from the inspiring story of how Mandela spearheaded the idea of equality through winning the World Cup. The score is also gorgeous and I think it is well directed by Eastwood. I just wish it had more of an emotional punch as it is a delequite and sophisticated subject.
Keaton H (ag) wrote: This is a really BAD movie!!! Kyla Pratt is below average, but all of the other acting and voice overs are disturbingly poor. The script was horrendous, the sets unrealistic, the screenplay horrible. If I wasn't such a big animal lover, this movie would get no stars at all.
Jack N (nl) wrote: it's simply not perfect but it's an entertaining flick that tells a great story.
Alice T (us) wrote: Pure British grit. Like watching a biography of a Jeremy Kyle guest.
Zack B (jp) wrote: A stunning performance by Gwyneth Paltrow.
Lanky Man P (mx) wrote: If only Barry Champlain and this talk show were actually real.
Bill T (it) wrote: Oddball curio made more oddball by the fact Humphrey Bogart is in this. Well, ok, it was early in Bogie's career, but still, mighty strange. A regular schmo is passed over for a foreman position he wants, he makes some talk about how all the American jobs are being given to foreigners. Schmo is then talked into joining a secret society to eradicate the foreigners from town! They're wearing flowing robes with hooded masks with skulls on them! But wait! They're not the Klan! They're the BLACK LEGION! Once more, it's being run by the underworld to take advantage of dumb schmos! So yeah, this one is pretty strange. Humphrey Bogart as Joe Schmoe adds to the strangeness (and makes this a bit of a guilty pleasure). See it if you can!
Mats V (gb) wrote: I just wish Neil Patrick Harris wasn't in it.
Eric C (ag) wrote: Eddie Murphy's best role to date, Axel Foley rules!
Golia K (br) wrote: A revenge epic it may be, but a rip-roaring rampage it's no