Baby Einstein: Baby MacDonald
Toddlers can learn about life on the farm without having to leave their living room in this educational video from the Baby Einstein series. Baby MacDonald: A Day on the Farm features real-life farm animals, tractors and other agricultural equipment, and crops in the field to teach youngsters the goings-on of a typical day on the farm, and give them early lessons in the production of food and how to treat the animals who play and work with us. Baby Einstein: Baby MacDonald also features a score of classical melodies arranged to appeal to children and fit in with the barnyard themes.
- Director:Jim Janicek,
- Writer:Jim Janicek (creator), Len Marino (creator)
Toddlers can learn about life on the farm without having to leave their living room in this educational video from the Baby Einstein series. Baby MacDonald: A Day on the Farm features real-life farm animals, tractors and other agricultural equipment, and crops in the field to teach youngsters the goings-on of a typical day on the farm, and give them early lessons in the production of food and how to treat the animals who play and work with us. Baby Einstein: Baby MacDonald also features a score of classical melodies arranged to appeal to children and fit in with the barnyard themes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Baby Einstein: Baby MacDonald torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Somewhat intriguing, fairly disturbing, and very slow. A slightly above average mystery/drama with a lot of things going for it, but not many that make it stand out. It was still fairly enjoyable, but it is not a "must watch", specially if you dont like slow movies with a sometimes heavy ambience and creepy ideas.
(ru) wrote: This film was just so entertaining and great, more than I thought! To those who like B movies,this is a MUST SEE! With how the Sharktopus kills people, everyones reaction, WHEN SHARKTOPUS WALKS ON LAND!!!! Its just great stuff! I reccomend this film a lot more than I though I ever would!
(gb) wrote: A short form synopsis of Ulrich Seidl's Paradise: Love might have you thinking this was another glorious examination of middle-aged "cougar" mentality, where Mrs. Robinson seduces her way into the hearts and pants of eager young studs. Much like 2006's Heading South with Charlotte Rampling and Cara Seymour, Seidl's film takes an ugly, unflinching look at the culture of well-off Caucasian women who journey to third-world countries to have sex with virile black men.Seidl, who began his career in the world of documentary, keeps us at a distance in chronicling the casual racism and mutual abuse inherent in the arrangement. But unlike Heading South, in which the women were fully aware of their actions and reveled in it, it's hard to tell whether we should sympathize, despise, or pity the lead character in Paradise: Love. Margarethe Tiesel plays Teresa, an overweight, frumpy Austrian divorcee who drops her daughter off at a weight loss camp, then hops a plane to a Kenyan resort. Here the men literally stand around on the beach shores waiting for the attention, and they usually get it. A friend of Teresa's, who openly refers to herself as ugly and desperate, talks of how sex is everywhere for the taking. She introduces Teresa to a pack of aggressive, pushy young men, introducing one as her "boyfriend" and casually revealing that she had just bought him a new motorcycle. The boys don't really seem to care, barely saying anything other than "yes" and "I love you".Somehow Teresa manages to miss how the arrangement works, either out of extreme loneliness or ignorance. As she wades through the non-stop harassment of the natives seeking her attention, a simple kindness by one man leads to an awkward attempt at sex in a dirty hotel room. When that ends in disaster, she meets an equally charming young man named Mungu, and it goes much better. The facade that all parties seem to agree on is that this is a real, loving relationship. That's part of the fun. It's like baseball fantasy camp for the sex-starved, and all of these trysts end the same way with the guy begging for money. Not for himself, of course, because that would be too obvious. But Teresa wants to believe it is real, even though all clues point to the contrary. The cycle of humiliation continues on until it's too obvious to ignore, but by then we've lost any sympathy for her plight.Those who have seen Seidl previous work, in particular the brutal Import/Export, won't be surprised that there are more than a few protracted scenes so uncomfortable they're likely to send some scurrying for the exits. Here the most disturbing involves a skinny, potentially stoned young black man dancing around a hotel room while Teresa and her drunken friends degrade him in various, unspeakable ways. Teresa eagerly engages in the disgusting display, while at the same time expressing disappointment that she couldn't get him erect. Moments like that add a touch of poignancy to the character, but those soft moments are blunted by her glaring stupidity and, as we see in the final act, fit of righteous indignation.Seidl makes sure to highlight every grotesque detail, putting the ugliness right in our faces so it's inescapable. But he also catches scenes of exquisite beauty and shocking surrealism. Tiesel deserves credit for her willingness to bear all; scars, wrinkles, and everything in the sagging package. But more than just the physical courage she shows, it's her decision to not use that to play on our sympathies that truly wins us over.The first part of a planned trilogy, with one of the other installments following Teresa's daughter at fat camp, Seidl has given us a dirty and honest look at the life of a sad woman obsessively fulfilling her need for emotional intimacy.
(mx) wrote: Good film it's like Expendables cute little brother, A great well told story, Nice action scenes and full of funny humour, Worth watching, But if its mindless action you want watch the Expendables.
(kr) wrote: Generously gave it 16 minutes.
(mx) wrote: I remember loving the book. Loved the film too.
(ca) wrote: c'est assez horrible, incomprhensible, niais, initerressant
(us) wrote: love this movie !!!KC CLIDE !
(br) wrote: Hello Kitty meets Blade Runner in this cyberpunk clusterfuck. Quite the trip. I loved it.
(ag) wrote: Demanding and completely unnerving. This film generates a mounting tension without contrivances allowing the story structure and delicate cinematography to set and maintain the tone. Beyond that, it is maddeningly thought provoking.
(fr) wrote: Not as good as the first. That's for sure
(us) wrote: Just another sexist and homophobic piece, and a VERY accurate view on the young high school male sex life: trying to score with the "un-giving" and "easy to persuade" girl and not making it mean anything, but sex and social hierarchy. A lot of the movie was terribly awkward, embarrassing, very crude ... but at least I laughed once or twice. And at least the movie changed from "sex is the most important thing" to "sex pretty much sucks and doesn't really matter."
(es) wrote: Can be more perfect??
(de) wrote: One of David Lynch's mainstream crime dramas that I never had an interest in seeing back when I was younger. I'm a fan of many of his other movies, but this one didn't do anything for me. The beginning of the film gives the false impression of it being a stylish masterpiece, but then the story takes a nosedive into short interesting scenarios that tend to go nowhere. For the most part, everything becomes too silly with singing and unnecessary parody performances. To make matters even worse, it all leads up to something very anticlimactic. Nicholas Cage once again at the height of his career, recognized for portraying an impractical character.
(br) wrote: Il faudrait le revoir.
(br) wrote: "Life Lessons" - ***1/2"Life Without Zoe" - *"Oedipus Wrecks" - **1/2
(it) wrote: This has always been one of my favorites. Revisiting it tonight reminded me of why I've always loved it...and "Gay Bob and a close friend" remains one of the greatest movie quotes ever!
(ag) wrote: Toho's Frankenstein is pure awesome.
(it) wrote: What a strange, strange movie. Not only because the plot takes one of the most severe right turns I've ever seen in a film, but because the ending is so casually, inescapably bleak.Personally, I found Plot #1 more compelling than Plot #2. I'd be curious to read the original story, and see how the source material balanced the strange mix of elements.
(gb) wrote: i really liked this movie even tho so much of it was in Japanese and i dont know Japanese. i liked Marlon Brando in the role of the interpreter and i wonder if he actually learned Japanese for this part. i also like Glenn Ford. and who knew that Eddie Albert would go on to do Green Acres...probably he came to mind for that role because of his role in this movie! hahahah! i like the gentle Japanese culture. the elegance of their art and i think that came thru in this movie.