An American Tail: Fievel Goes West

An American Tail: Fievel Goes West

Some time after the Mousekewitz's have settled in America, they find that they are still having problems with the threat of cats. That makes them eager to try another home out in the west, where they are promised that mice and cats live in peace. Unfortunately, the one making this claim is an oily con artist named Cat R. Waul who is intent on his own sinister plan.

Fievel and family continue their pursuit of the American dream by heading West, unaware that they are falling into a trap perpetrated by a smooth talking cat, who hopes to capture and eat Fievel and his new companions. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Jayne C (ca) wrote: A bit on the violent side for me! :(

Michael L (fr) wrote: Beautifully directed by Ceylon, ONCE UPON A TIME IN ANOTOLIA is a haunting police procedural that places the emphasis on the minute human interactions that shape the investigation of a gruesome murder. The performances and cinematography are truly remarkable. A slow, precise film that will stay with you for a very long time. This is the rare film that I truly feel should be longer. Imagine eight hours of ONCE UPON A TIME IN ANATOLIA--that would be sublime!

Paul E (jp) wrote: After I read multiple websites say this was one of the funniest films of the last decade I, of course, had to check it out. It does have its moments - I laughed out loud a few times. However, the story is pretty much one big cliche (on purpose?) and I found the "offensive" songs not that offensive (try getting "Rock Me, Sexy Jesus" out of your head, though). I've always liked Steve Coogan and he's pretty good here. He just doesn't have much to work with. Catherine Keener is wasted. Elisabeth Shue is humorous playing herself as a Hollywood drop-out. So, see it on a lazy afternoon when you have absolutely nothing better to do. You'll laugh, but you may also take three days to get through it like I did. 5/10.

Mick T (kr) wrote: Not so bad a movie. Good watch and a good idea that, a couple of moves aside, holds the viewer and doesn't leave you feeling like you wasted your time watching it. Enough gore to keep most happy and the story holds up pretty well to the novel it's based on.

Collin K (kr) wrote: We watched this in health, it had its moments, but I was uncomfortable most of the time.

Lilly P (kr) wrote: The story was something I wasn't familiar with, but I really felt everything the characters felt throughout the movie. Great acting and emotion.

Choen L (ru) wrote: I first watched this back in 1993 as a teenager, and had a great time laughing at how one angry man is making really blunt commentary on what little I knew about American society. That misrepresented hamburger sure stuck to mind.Watching it again as a 39 year old, the movie holds an entirely different experience. The character that Michael Douglas played is about the same age as I am, and his in-movie child is about as old as mine. Now there's nothing funny about it, as I can relate to a lot of stresses that he had to go through as a functioning member of society, and the bouts of anger borne out of the frustrations and failures, and temptation is to just give up and do things according to your own rules. How most of us go 'oh fuck it', but actually go and 'fuck it'.Michael Douglas's character, if he wasn't white, would have been called, in today's term, a terrorist.This movie is a very angry tragedy.

Evan H (ca) wrote: Coming to this movie with absolutely no knowledge about Madonna, I left with an overwhelming impression of fear. Very sexy fear.

Jon P (us) wrote: In 1934, Frank Capra sparked a genre renaissance with this paint-by-numbers screwballer. A comedy classic and Academy Award favourite, Capra's film combines charm and wit, laughter and sorrow, and Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert. The film is a fizzy comedy of errors played to perfection, and Gable and Colbert's ever-imitated exchanges will never be forgotten.It Happened One Night remains a genuine joy to watch for anyone with a heart and a sense of humour, and Hollywood will always be indebted to Capra for kickstarting a trend that would last for decades - if not a decade or two too long.

Dave J (au) wrote: Thursday, June 9, 2011 (1955) Ordet (In Danish with English subtitles) Story taken from a Danish play originally written by Kaj Munk, this is legendary film maker Carl Dreyer (The Passion of Joan of Arc) adaption of that play for the theatrical screen! To fully appreciate this film, one would have to be religious, patient and aware about some of Denmarks history which centers on two warring families with two different religions still continue to hold grudges with each other when learning that one of the sons is falling for the other family's daughter! Despite clocking in at more than two hours, watching this film at times, felt long because of the many Biblical passages, quotations and overtones, one may be able to hear at their Sunday church! What's interesting about the film are the reference about how each of the two different Christian religions used to fought against the other religion in terms of violent means and are no longer fighting anymore, but still continue to hold some contempt in a civilized fashion or without any physical confrontations with one another which is no different than other countries who're similar or are like this type of situation as it describes! The acting done by the actors almost appear to have a zombie- like trance and at times does look like a play because of the lack of pictures on the walls or the amount of things in the rooms that barely show almost next to nothing in them is all supposed to be irrevelent if the film is centered on how the story is being told, which can be defined as another great centerpiece by a legendary film maker Dreyer! Great ending as well! Strong 3 out of 4

Stephen C (kr) wrote: Forget the cack American remake, this is one of the most underrated thrillers of seventies british cinema.The team behind the film had already worked on the cult classic The Avengers and in the case of Brian Clemens would go on to create masterpieces of the TV genre such as Thriller and The Professionals as well as Hammer classics such as Dr Jekyl ,Sister Hyde and Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter.The story is pretty simple ,deceptivly so in fact as two young nurses cycle across France ,one of them vanishes into thin air leaving the other one to try to find out where she went.The film adds to this by having the locals warn young Jane that the road she and her missing friend Cathy were travelling on is a "bad road " where a young girl met her death three years before.Jane is determined to find Cathy, but the bigger problem is whether the killer is stiil lurking in the shadows and is the young man who offers her help all he claims to be? The film makes great use of its isolated French location and although the film is shot in broad daylight their is a dark undercurrent which keeps the suspense levels high.Add to that plenty of red herrings to keep you guessing and you have a thriller worthy of the master of the genre Alfred Hitchcock.

Jon P (de) wrote: Robert Rodriguez follows up the quietly charming El Mariachi with this better-known Mexican-Action-Western.Right down to the bone, Desperado is everything an explosive actioner should be: all-out style and burly badassery with seldom a dull moment and many a silly one. Inventive camera-positioning and sub-zero slo-mo give us suspense scenes that'd give Alfred Hitchcock a run for his money, and Desperado gives us so much bang for our buck, we don't even care that its characterisation is taco-thin, if not even a little embarassing.Desperado dabbles with the ultra-fun formula which would eventually evolve into the likes of Grindhouse and Machete. The movie proves that even before From Dusk till Dawn, Rodriguez was fast emerging as the new king of action cool.

MF J (it) wrote: Martin Campbell returns with this beautifully dark thriller with a Mel Gibson in great shape and decided to prove he is definitely one of the best actor of his time. Raw, uncompromising and definitely well written and shot wonderfully, this film will embark you on a twisted plots of manipulations, lies and dodgy characters hiding some heavy secrets. It's an old school thriller but it's a solid one.

Ronald W (jp) wrote: Likeable sentimental drama with an over the top performance by Church creating an unlikely relationship.