Babar: King of the Elephants
Babar is a young elephant in the great forest. Whilst out with his mother a hunter kills his mother and he flees to escape the same fate. He eventually finds himself in a human city and experiences the many differences between city and forest life. Treated as an outsider he is taken in by an elderly woman, dressed in fancy suits, taught to write and count and is brought up in human culture.
- Stars:Philip Williams, Wayne Robson, Ellen-Ray Hennessy, Kristin Fairlie, Chris Wiggins, Jennifer Martini, Kyle Fairlie, Elizabeth Hanna, Paul Haddad, Dan Lett, Janet-Laine Green, Amos Crawley, Allen Stewart-Coates, Kristen Bone, Cody Jones,
- Country:Canada, France, Germany
- Director:Raymond Jafelice,
- Writer:Jean de Brunhoff (based on the books by), Laurent de Brunhoff (based on the books by), Raymond Jafelice (screenplay), Peter Sauder (screenplay)
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Babar: King of the Elephants torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: There was something about this that kind of appealed. A guy puts an advert in a local paper about wanting to find someone to go back in time with him. Obviously this is bogus right so a local journalist team decides to interview him and the more they unravel he could be telling the truth that he really has built a time machine
(jp) wrote: One of the best movies I've seen this year!
(au) wrote: Awesome. I had no idea he died of cancer and poor medical advice. Nor, did I recognize the reach of his music.
(br) wrote: A Movie that uses gore to identify itself as horror with unnecessary gore scenes and a lack of care and likability for the poorly constructed characters. Why is there constantly a cliched character who is the dickhead?
(jp) wrote: Melvil Poupaud is IncrediblE!! A story about what would you do with your life once you are diagnosed with a terminal disease. The acting is pure awesomeness. I fell in love with the lead actor. He's selfish but I guess that makes him human. No one is perfect and the movie is not trying to show that. I love it.
(fr) wrote: adorable movie Hrithik Roshan's Eyes are so convincing
(mx) wrote: Why do I like this movie? One, It's a western, I usually don't like Westerns. Two, the story itself isn't very original at all. Three, The acting is rather mediocre at times. So, I ask again, what is it? Because no matter how many times I watch this movie, i never tire of it. I love it and I'm not even sure as to why. Maybe it's the funny banter between the characters? The romance between Jesse(Colin Farrell) and Zee(Ali Larter)? Maybe it's the poetic hotness of Frank James(Garbriel Macht)? I seriously do not know. What I do know is that it isn't your typical western, it's funny at several times, has some action in it and an remotedly interesting plot. A cast that works well together from Scott Caan(whom I personally adore) to Timothy Dalton. So all in all, it's a good movie. Not sure why, but it is.
(mx) wrote: Fluff! Pure fluff. Extremely light on plot, this is just a fun and flirty film about food, love, and a magic crab. Sarah Michelle Gellar has never been more adorable. I had a great time watching this, even if it has little to no cinematic merit whatsoever (especially all the cheap edits).Before I saw it: The guy from Boondock Saints (aka Young Indiana Jones) bops Buffy? I'm there.
(nl) wrote: Very interesting documentary on the cartoonist and his influence on underground comics.
(de) wrote: C. Thomas Howell gets into Harvard law school, but his dad (James B. Sikking) declines the offer to pay his tuition. Unable to find any means to pay it, he stumbles upon an unclaimed scholarship for black students who have been accepted to Harvard from Los Angeles. Naturally he pretends to be black and gets the scholarship. Clearly not a film that would get made these days, even though it's perspective on race relations is pretty progressive. Howell learns things and they're all pretty straightforwardly right, and all the racial humour in the film is at the expense of racists. It's not a particularly well-written film with plot lines dropping and reappearing as conveniently required, but Howell is an okay lead, and some of the supporting cast, including James Earl Jones, Rae Dawn Chong, Jeff Altman, Julia Louis-Drefus and Leslie Nielsen, are quite good. A solid B-.
(ca) wrote: This is an extremely interesting outlook on war and specifically WWII. Mixing the documentary footage with the acting aspecty was a creative way to look at things. It was very drawn out and seemed long in places but you were still drawn into the story of the movie which ultimately was the D-Day story. The documentary footage was awesome especially with the combination of the modern day and original, superb. Altogether it was a pretty good movie but something that you needed to really watch as unique.
(gb) wrote: The narrative is fragmented and parts are cheesy but as far as 80's slashers go, 'Curtains' has all the right ingredients and a solid third act. For horror fans we get a nice death scene involving a skating rink, a cool masked-killer and some stylish visuals (when the photography is not overexposed).
(gb) wrote: Creative and gory movie! I enjoyed watching it!