Seven-year-old Danny Parker is a good kid who loves his parents. But they have to go out on business dinners all the time, leaving him stuck with a sitter. It's not so bad when it's his favorite babysitter, Janelle but he also gets stuck with sitters like Ms. Greene who won't let him have any fun. Danny just wants to spend more time with his Mom and Dad.
- Stars:Soo-hwan Jeon, Ha-ram Kim, Alina Freund, Sami Herzog, Michael Mittermeier, Pilar Bardem, Ingo Naujoks, Trenton Rogers, Rico Rodriguez, Chris Cleveland, Brittany Renee Finamore, Kate Orsini, Taylor Negron, Luis Anthony, Danny Trejo, Dee Wallace, Mercedes Colon, Gabrielle Nicole Carbatal, Raini Rodriguez, Erica Munoz, Jacey Margolis, Kenny Kelleher,
- Director:Douglas Horn,
- Writer:Douglas Horn
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(jp) wrote: This second installment to the 2006 film "Happy Feet" was okay. In my opinion the first one was better. The animation is perfect, but the story was kind of boring and too much singing. The only thing great that I liked in this film was the little shrimps now those were funny. "Happy Feet 2" lacks in many different ways...as that being said I give "Happy Feet 2"a C.
(fr) wrote: A soon forgettable one time fun popcorn action ride.
(es) wrote: The ratio of good to bad aspects of this movie is around 10 to 1. Allow me to first mention the good: firstly, the story line is riveting and suspenseful--often times unpredictable too. Second, the atmosphere is incredible and quite unsettling. Furthermore, the acting is good, the characters are interesting, and the special effects are clever.The only so-so aspect of the film is the dearth of scares. Honestly, there were some parts that could have been scary, had the music and buildup been better implemented. Since this is a horror movie, this is indeed a huge deal, but certainly not enough to undermine its many positive qualities as stated above.4/5
(jp) wrote: Esculent sweetheart Can cook for me anytime Type A kitchen-aid
(ru) wrote: Often gruesome and disturbing, Stuart Gordon's Castle Freak makes for a creepy horror movie that verges on being classic. American dysfunctional family settles in an old Italian castle they inherited. As soon as they arrive, strange things start happening somehow connected with an old tortured resident. The atmosphere in the castle is genuinely frightening and Gordon largely contributes to it providing incredibly intense scenes featuring the freak tormenting the blind girl and the prostitute. Gordon's film showcases fears that are much more deeper as the main character played by Gordon's regular Jeffrey Combs has to face the consequences of his own tragic accident. Gordon juxtaposes his character's past deeds with what he's obliged to do now, that is save his family. In its methodical portrayal of characters and their fears Castle Freak is much smarter than your average horror flick. It isn't perfect though relying on the formula of unusually strong villain. I may be nitpicking, but the physical strength of the character after the long years of maltreatment is unbelievable. Overall, Castle Freak succeeds as being immensely scary and creepily atmospheric. 8/10 (B+)
(kr) wrote: Classic Ed O'Neill movie
(es) wrote: 2nd best movie ever. cheesy movie that deserves a larger dvd release
(ca) wrote: Classic dark comedy. I laughed all the way. Enjoy!
(kr) wrote: This movie was a lot of fun which had many funny moments. Sandler and Barrymore's chemistry shows once again and I enjoyed how the movie dropped many Easter eggs paying homage to their other movies. 5/5
(jp) wrote: uhhhh..what was that? only the ones who put the time and effort into this movie can truely appreciate it.. the movie went along with a western, dark and a bit twisted religious, horror theme. a lot of thought jammed packed into a very short hour and thirty minute film..wouldn't recommend :(