Animal Treasure Island

Animal Treasure Island

A Japanese adaption of Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island, featuring animals as the majority of the cast. By chance Jim comes upon a map of Treasure Island. He leaves the port accompanied by Glan, the rat and Bub, the baby on a strange looking boat of his own make to look for the island. Pirates soon find him and adventure ensues.

Two kids, Jim and Katy, finds an old map of an island where a pirate's treasure is hidden. They set sail to find the island but pirates are also searching for the treasure. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Animal Treasure Island torrent reviews

Michael H (it) wrote: This movie reminds me of "Ka," the Cirque du Soleil production in Las Vegas that the audience either loved or hated. I ignored the negative comments and saw the show, to my regret, since I ended up hating it. Same thing with "Land Ho." So many critics and audience members liked this movie that I thought for sure it would be a delight to watch--wrong. The essential problem with this film is that it is dominated by the character of Mitch, who is crude, obnoxious, and repulsive. The only redeeming possibility to this character would have been his death, but the script writers did not provide us this accommodation. Mitch is vaguely reminiscent of Larry David in "Curb your Enthusiasm," but without any of the compensating humor or charm. Nothing of consequence happens in this film, and no dialogue rises to the level of insightful or witty. It is just a long, excruciating journey with a character from whose presence I would excuse myself in a minute should I have encountered him in real life.

Peter N (ca) wrote: No matter how many times I play it back, Waddle's penalty still keeps sailing over Bodo Illgner's crossbar. Dammit! Worth watching for all the great memories.. and Nessum Dorma, and rembereing what a great footballer Gascoigne once was.

Toria (mx) wrote: I ALSO LOVE THIS MOVIE!

Danial K (de) wrote: Lucid was an amazing movie, one of the best I have seen in a while. Lucid takes many twists and turns as we divulge deeper into the mind of Joel, along with his three new patients. The movie rolls through like a steam train, gaining speed as it goes. Although it loses some punch near the end, it really raps things up. I recommend this movie to anyone who likes to think. It's a love it or hate it movie, no in the middle.The movie does lose points for starting off slow, but if you pay attention the ending really is way worth it.

Tatiana T (fr) wrote: When Nietzsche Wept?? prezinta o posibila perioada din viata lui Nietszche...este un film despre jocuri de roluri foarte interesant.

Ed H (ca) wrote: That 10+ minutes gun battle at the beginning in one continues shot and multiple cameras just a proof of the mastery of HK movie

Matt D (nl) wrote: Stupid movie with a liberal theme. Communists want our guns taken away so that they may oppress at will.

Sean D (ca) wrote: I loved it. It's such an intense drama about relationships and marriage and what happens over the years. Completely realistic. This movie is probably fairly obscure to find, but I randomly own it and finally watched it. It's a rough watch, solely based on the dialogue. Nothing else really. The points made in the conversation are hard hitting and can affect anybody's relationship, it doesn't matter who it is. An amazing film for anyone to watch.

Private U (de) wrote: It was a well-done movie following the account of andy mcnab as a special forces agent. It shows the humour-the challenges and the personal strength that soldiers need to have in able to survive a hostage situation.

Giles K (gb) wrote: Why do they keep making these movies?!?! Does anyone actually enjoy these cut-rate horror movies?

john h (kr) wrote: One of those totally far fetched and pretty preposterous thrillers that are no less enjoyable for it,this thriller from Harold Becker (CITY HALL,SEA OF LOVE) is one of the best thrillers of the 90's.Well written by Scott Frank and Aaron Sorkin and excellently acted by Alec Baldwin,Nicole Kidman and Bill Pullman,with Kidman and Baldwin's performances being among their best, it's one of those films where you can't really say much about the plot for fear of spoiling it.Needless to say it's gripping,constantly involving stuff.Great cameos too from George C. Scott and Anne Bancroft.

Craig C (es) wrote: Irwin Allen's fifth and final disaster film looks like its $20 million dollar budget was spent to pay the stars. The script plays like a K-Mart Poseidon Adventure on land, but the "volcano" and the obstacles the cast must work through are laughable. This needs an aloha riffing.

Bill T (us) wrote: Fun vampire movie that has Horst Janson in the title role stomping out pesky vampires in the countryside. I like how the vampires can run around in the daytime and not be afraid of crosses. This is well explained by the fact that there are different "species" of vampires that exist (which explains Twilight). Fun acting by all.

Joe L (de) wrote: one of the best holocaust films i've seen. charts one man's simultaneous restoration and loss of faith in humanity. filled with earnest, humanistic humor that dissolves into real despair. masterfully achieves the storytelling tone that 'life is beautiful' cloyingly failed to emulate.

Ashley H (ca) wrote: Fess Parker's "Davy Crockett" provides entertaining of his Tennessee origins to his final act of courageous devotion at the Alamo. Serious historians certainly dispute the film's adherence to the facts of Davy Crockett's life. This protrayal made Davy Crockett a hero to the men of US' baby boomer generation.

Patrick D (gb) wrote: This is what I like: small movies about little things that eventually turn out to look so large. Ken Loach has a knack for making the little things of life seem the most important and always uses a desolate landscape to paint us the beauty of humanity. A movie for survivors, whatever the cost.

Shawn W (jp) wrote: A bizarre mix of creative talents went in to making this movie. Not the kind of thing that happens too often these days. A script from Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale, direction by Walter Hill and his usual gang (strong editing from Freeman Davies, cool photography from Lloyd Ahern and score by Ry Cooder), Bill Paxton and William Sadler as the 'heroes' and Ice T and Ice Cube as the bad guys. It makes for a truly original movie.Much like Judgment Night, Trespass is about two worlds colliding after bystanders witness a gangland execution. Two firemen on a treasure hunt in a huge, long abandoned East St. Louis factory. This happens to be the same territory as King James (Ice T) and his cohorts. They off some unwise punk by chucking him thru the glass roof and are pretty mortified upon discovering Bill Paxton and William Sadler are watching them. Ice T's crippled brother is taken hostage by Sadler and they seal themselves in old apartment. Several other bad guys show up and totally box them in.What follows is a succession of stand-offs and shoot outs as Paxton and Sadler fight among themselves, T and Cube argue over who should be running the show, loyalties are challenged and each group begins to split into different factions. Stuck in the crossfire is poor old Bradlee, the innocent hobo caught in the middle as his apartment is besieged.There are no clear-cut 'good guys' and 'bad guys' in Trespass. Just a bunch of guys who all came to the wrong place at the wrong time.Originally called 'Looters' and scheduled for release during Summer 1992 the release date was changed to Winter and the title changed to 'Trespass'. Why? The LA riots were happening and Universal felt that there was enough racial tension in the media already. While I agree there is deliberate racism in this film it's nowhere near as bad as the morbidly extreme racism in such recent movies like Bad Boys II.