A Very Unlucky Leprechaun
Nine year old Molly and her father, (Tim Matheson) move to ireland to a house they've inherited nicknamed "Misfortune Manor". It brings bad luck to anyone who lives in it, and Molly and her father soon fall victim to the curse: they will lose their new found home unless they can pay the taxes they owe on it.
- Stars:Warwick Davis, Danielle Lombardi, Stephanie Lombardi, Tim Matheson, Lisa Thornhill, Mick Nolan, Michael Dwyer, Donal Simmie, Jimmy Keogh, Una Crawford O'Brien, Philip Sweeney, Des Gough, Billy Monaghan,
- Country:Ireland, UK, USA
- Director:Brian Kelly,
- Writer:Craig J. Nevius
Nine year old Molly and her father, (Tim Matheson) move to ireland to a house they've inherited nicknamed "Misfortune Manor". It brings bad luck to anyone who lives in it, and Molly and her father soon fall victim to the curse: they will lose their new found home unless they can pay the taxes they owe on it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Very Unlucky Leprechaun torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Excellent, amazing story
(fr) wrote: ...liked it a lot...
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(nl) wrote: Still stands up to modern action.
(mx) wrote: Very cheesy 80's film, but not terrible.
(mx) wrote: This is a horror film in a good old fashion way. Simple yet very effective. It tells a story and implies more than it shows. The best part is the filmmaker doesn't give away the secret as to who is out for revenge until the very end. It also serves up a lesson about bigotry and lynch mob mentality. Now available is HD version.
(br) wrote: Underplayed bits of expresionism are aplenty throughout this wickedly acted, directed and scored piece of a nightmarish fun.
(nl) wrote: This film is better than many people say. The dancing alone is reason enough to own it. There are many phenomenal performances in this film, and people who criticize the acting or the story are IMHO completely missing the point. Dance, dance, dance, dance, dance! Eleanor Powell has a famous big Busby Berkley number in this one, but less famous is her brilliant dance with a dog (she trained the dog herself!), and that's nothing compared to the three Berry brothers who have a couple of numbers that are impossible to describe and almost impossible to believe. Holy COW! That's some dancin', I am telling you! This movie obviously exists to showcase the dancers, and you know what? There's some darn good singing it it, too. There are some really great songs in this film, and the title song is only one of them. Robert Young plays the male half of a husband/wife songwriting team who are successful at the songwriting but who are failures at the marriage part. Young as usual is adorable, but his character is clearly a jerk. Ann Sothern plays the wife. Red Skelton plays an amusing sidekick pal. Eleanor Powell plays a gal-pal. Look, you either like this sort of thing, or you don't. This particular film isn't in all ways perfect, but it has many incredible, sensational performances in it and it deserves to be dusted off and enjoyed.
(ca) wrote: One of the best stop-motion animations I've seen in a long time - no surprise given the 10 years in production it's taken, and investment in new technology - 3d printing for example to allow for a much greater range of faces / facial expressions to be used than would normally be possible, and some CGI - although I understand this was just in post-production to add to some of the larger crowd scenes where stop-motion would have been limited. But forgetting all the technical wizardry the story and characters are really strong with some unsurprisingly great performances from the likes of Ben Kingsley, Simon Pegg and even some of the smaller characters such as henchmen voiced by Pegg's partner in crime Nick Frost and the always funny Richard Ayoade. Original and highly entertaining - fun for kids of all ages!