From the same company that produces BABY EINSTEIN comes BABY NEPTUNE. BABY NEPTUNE is an educational and imaginative look at the world of water, from the beach to the bath. Featuring baby friendly images like puppets and toys as well as music by Handel and other classical composers, BABY NEPTUNE is sure to stimulate and delight the mind of any young child. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Nacho S (kr) wrote: Toma partido con demasiada claridad
Lucas B (ca) wrote: One of my favorite Jason statham movies of all. Loved the story and awesome action seens
Richard P (ru) wrote: Sort-of-clever premise that inverts Jaws - the killer shark can only get you if you're on the sand, so whatever you do, stay IN the water - just turns out to be the usual creature feature schtick. Quite (intentionally) funny and aware of its own rubbishness without being smug. Decent way to kill 87 minutes.
Michael B (ca) wrote: Awesome action! Insane martial arts! I really hope they make another.
Augustine H (nl) wrote: Although highly fictionalized, this film could be seen as the modern version of The Big Sleep.
Jeremy S (ca) wrote: The story was a mess and teh acting was over the top as well. Felt like a Sci Fi OG movie. But it's a good B movie type of thing TraceAdkins was the best by far
Robert B (br) wrote: Hellraiser: Inferno (Scott Derrickson, 2000)[originally posted 13Oct2000]As I sat watching Derrickson's morality play, the fifth in the Hellraiser series of films, I kept wondering which of last night's two choices was more disappointing-Fight Club for the inestimable letdown at the end, or Inferno, which was just plain mediocre all the way through?I do have to say, I went into this with higher hopes than usual for the nth film in a series the original director and writer disowned years ago, mostly because Derrickson directed the critically-acclaimed short Love in the Ruins back in '95, and the film actually drew some decent B-list names in Craig Sheffer (Fire with Fire, Nightbreed, A River Runs Through It) and Nicholas Turturro (NYPD Blue and a number of Spike Lee joints). Add in Flora and Fauna from Addams Family Values as the newest (and most creative since the first film) pair of Cenobites, and how bad could it be, really?In all honesty, it wasn't thoroughly awful. Derrickson gave the film a cheesily earnest naivete that's charming to watch, in places, and once you've figured out that what you've got here is the quintessential medieval morality play (which most viewers will have gotten in the first five minutes; Derrickson uses the first two scenes to paint "corrupt cop" in huge red letters), you can half-pretend Chaucer wrote the original script, and Derrickson has just updated it with the proper amount of gore for a Hellraiser-series film, and the whole thing becomes somewhat ludicrous, in a dreamlike way. And the ending really does work quite nicely, as far as medieval morality plays go. I'd probably not have noticed the film's real failing had I not just watched Fight Club.But still, you throw the dice and they fall how they fall. Michael Shamus Wiles, for example, plays a key role in one portion of the film (coincidentally, he's also the bartender wearing the head brace towards the end of Fight Club!), and the way in which he delivers his last line, "that, I expect, is the object of the game," is a cut below the way it would have been delivered by a top-notch actor along the lines of Norton or Pitt. It's a small thing, one of a number of small things that combine to drop this film below the level it could have been. All the small things add up. **
Elias N (jp) wrote: A classic christmas movie that's easily forgotten still manages to send a powerful message. Jim Carrey really saves this movie from being forgotten.
Rafael K (gb) wrote: i waited a lot of time to see such a boring movie please dont try this at home save your houres
Mark A (us) wrote: Resistance is futile - you will love it.
Bradley K (fr) wrote: Without equal, for better or worse. A strange mixture or southern gothic and psychedelic mysticism set in rural Namibia. All of the pieces fit together nicely resulting in a dissonant minor opus.
Gena D (nl) wrote: should at least see a trailer
Jaime W (es) wrote: By far my favorite of the Indiana Jones films. It holds my interest from beginning to end. I love the humor. I love the scares. And the action, unlike a lot of movie action, I find genuinely thrilling. Oh, and Harrison Ford is so cool. And Kate Capshaw is attractive. And Short Round is a classic movie icon character all his own.
Ron G (kr) wrote: Flawless film. Especially Norm Hodges performance as The Drunk.
Trent R (us) wrote: Harness geothermal energy by firing an atomic missile into the Earth, then halt the resulting cataclysm by nuking a volcano! Lots of fun to be had here with a romantic triangle between two hilariously hard men of science and the hair-helmeted woman who loves them. Dana Andrews lays on the bluster in an agreeable manner, making his disintegration all the more amusing.
Jacob B (es) wrote: Managing to be darker than its predecessor without having to sacrifice all the stylish action, Blade II, while its plot still feels a bit convoluted, successfully manages to prove Guillermo del Toro's efforts, including his second collaboration with Ron Perlman (because, let's face it, Perlman would never have been famous if it wasn't for del Toro)
Larry C (jp) wrote: Heather Graham cannot save this horrible movie with an awful story. Johnny Depp is bad.
Charles S (ag) wrote: Campy, but really good action sequences, the oil fight is unsurpassed.
Elena H (ru) wrote: Not quite as entertaining as Fever Pitch, but a good Saturday post-game watch. (Probably more so for Arsenal fans).