A Flintstones Christmas Carol

A Flintstones Christmas Carol

Fred is cast as Ebenezer Scrooge in a stage adaption of the story, but is acting a bit stingy in real life.

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A Flintstones Christmas Carol torrent reviews

Glenn V (br) wrote: This one is a tough one. I remember watching it the first time and being terrified by it. When you understand the plot, it actually feels like a masterful movie. Even while watching it there were alot of 'so that's what happened?!' moments in there. Only a pity I needed to google some parts of the plot.What actually scares me the most about this one: You're not entirely sure what happened at first, and begin to think about the plot alot more. Then, when you finally get it, you know the makers of this movie deliberately made you feel the same way Su-mi must have felt. The psychological part of this movie is the real horror.

Mauricio A (nl) wrote: An interesting little documentary about the passion we attach to books, reading and how we connect to other readers. The director buys a book, "The Stone Summer" while in his teens in the '70's. Tries to read it but gives up, letting it slide until he picks of up and finishes it 25 years later. Surprised by the quality of the story-telling he tries to find more on the author and finds absolutely nothing. So begins his quest to find this reclusive author, and ever wondering how can a writer publish a book so amazing and then simple dissapear into thin air. An entertaining if a bit abstract study in what it is to be a reader and a writer. Watch it with someone who loves to read, it makes for a great conversation.

Brendan N (mx) wrote: Silent bob and jay go out in a film that should of been better, jokes hit and miss all over place. the juvenile humour does wear thin after a while.

Byron B (gb) wrote: want to see this because it won best foreign-language film with the LAFC and was nominated for best foreign film by NBR

Jordan S (ca) wrote: Why no love? Very original, funny with a good core. Keaton is great in this, in every part! Script could have been a little better to balance out the great parts.

Gabriel A (it) wrote: Um NASCAR-Filme estrelado por Tom Cruise. Days of Thunder mantm alguns momentos de competncia surpreendente, embora no geral um filme inconsistente e ralo.

Shawn W (br) wrote: High school couple gets pregnant and finds their lives in a downward spiral without family support after a premature wedding leaves them both miserable with the circumstances. Unfortunately, viewers are taken down with them.

Mac J (br) wrote: I did like this film a lot at first, but nowadays I don't really care about it much anymore. I think this is a scaled-down weaker version of "Fantasia". It's not entirely bad, there's some good stuff in this film. For example, you got "Peter and the Wolf", which is a childhood favorite of mine, and is by far my favorite segment in the whole movie. I also love "The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met", where you have one guy doing all the voices. That's awesome. But surprisingly, I didn't think the rest of the film was like those two segments. Maybe if they were, I'd like it more. As I said before, I still like it, but not as before. Still a recommendation from me, but don't expect much from it though.

Ankur B (br) wrote: Liberal Arts offers fresh perspectives of various individuals who are in different phases in life. It's amicable and light-hearted, but has insightful dialogue as well.

Doug C (au) wrote: This is one of the great boxing films, with Robert Ryan as a washed out boxer who refuses to lay down for a fixed fight. The movie is based on a poem and has a poetic quality to it, with great character acting and a beautifully ironic ending.

Darrin C (it) wrote: A time-passer filled with action and quick camera effects, but still seems like they tried too hard. I didn't care for it.