Barbie In The Pink Shoes
Dance your way to a magical adventure with Barbie as Kristyn, a ballerina with big dreams! When she tries on a pair of sparkling pink shoes, she and her best friend, Hailey, are whisked away to a fantastical ballet world. There, Kristyn discovers she must dance in her favorite ballets in order to defeat an evil Snow Queen. With performances to the legendary Giselle and Swan Lake ballets, it's a wonderful journey where if you dance with your heart, dreams come true!
Cartoon: Barbie Dolls: Kristyn (Barbie) and her friend Hailey is two ballet students in a school special dance. Kristyn always wants to create one of her own dances. One day Kristyn is given a magical dancing shoes, takes her to a magical place... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Barbie In The Pink Shoes torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Incomprehensible to all but hardcore fans. Confusing action, annoying main characters. Sigh.
(de) wrote: Trashy, wild but oh so heartwarming. A well-made Canadian mock-doc that follows the lives of two slacker best friends as they attempt to balance maturation with an unbridled lust for life.
(ru) wrote: This third entry in the Recon series is a better made movie than it's predecessors, however it seems to suffer more from lack of a coherent direction than the others did. In fact, I wasn't entirely sure what was even going on and I certainly didn't feel a sense of urgency to what was happening. Of course, walking through the desert for the majority of the movie and having nothing happen, only to cut away to flashbacks or random menage trois with burn victims doesn't really propel a movie forward. Though, if you've seen the first two you pretty much come to expect such things with this series.
(kr) wrote: This film kind of falls down on every level it tries to get to. It wants to be an art film. It wants to be a Kurt Cobain bio-pic. It wants to be.......SOMETHING! But, nothing quite happens. Michael Pitt's character, Blake, is it?...anyways, he never utters a single line. He just utters. And he's constantly shuffling around his property while the camera desperately tries to keep up with him. It's almost as if Van Sant could care less about his characters and wants to capture real life. If that's the case, he should just take his crew and film himself walking down the sidewalk.
(br) wrote: Best of the sequels as the Apes travel back from the future to modern day Earth in Taylor's spaceship, setting the course to explain the events that would bring the series full circle. A pleasure to see legendary Detroit news anchor Bill Bonds play himself.
(us) wrote: Although inferior to his classics, Stanley Kubrick's erotic last film is a movie I ended watching not really knowing what to say, as I was perplexed by what exactly the film was trying to say.
(de) wrote: Not very often are horror films so successful as to spawn a direct sequel starring the same high-profile cast as in it's predecessor (with the notable exception of Sarah Michelle Gellar), but "I Know What You Did Last Summer" was on it's time very popular as to become a franchise spanning two sequels, this being the most direct one.The film takes place one year after the events in the original, Julie James (Jennifer Love Hewitt)is now in college and has completely restored her life after the living hell she went through the last year being stalked and almost killed by a vengeful, murderous fisherman named Ben Willis (Muse Watson), whom was run over and left for dead by Julie and her friends.Julie and her best friend Karla (Brandy) decide it's time for Julie to start dating and erase her painful memories, to do so, they enter a radio contest and turn out winners of a trip to the Bahamas.Julie's former boyfriend Ray (Freddie Prinze Jr.) is attacked by the murderous fisherman and acknowledges Julie's danger, in order to protect her he escapes the hospital and embarks himself to the Bahamas.When at it's best, "I Still Know What You Did Last Summer" manages to pull off some scary scenes, but the problem lies in the clichs and the predictability of such scenes, and besides Julie and Ray's character, the other ones are forgettable at best (including Jack Black who appears as the "funny" dread-locked pothead and whom inevitably gets killed in a horrendous way) you can't help but to think the numerous other ways you would have acted if you were in the same situation (for example, an incident involving Julie being trapped inside a tanning bed and not one of the four people in the room thought of unplugging or turning off the machine, instead they break the expensive machine).The movie relies more in the gore than in the creativity of the scares, expect a lot of "mirror scenes" and the typical "the killer walks but manages to catch the teenagers who are running", besides a plot twist gets discovered in the end which not only isn't helpful, but manages to destroy the already damaged storyline.In the end "I Still Know What You Did Last Summer" is nothing more than your typical teenage slasher film, which despite stellar performances by Love Hewitt and Prinze Jr. and somewhat noticeable production values, never manages to impress or scare the audience.4 out of 10.
(gb) wrote: I tried to watch this film but was defeated by bad acting, bad cgi, bad storytelling, a terrible plot, horrible editing, i could not find anything good about this movie... i would give it a 0 if i could.
(gb) wrote: If you wished your post-apocalyptic western-like films had more kick-ass sword fighting from a badass Denzel Washington, 'The Book of Eli' is worth your time.
(ru) wrote: Even though the structure of the story is uneven in the case of constant flipping between timelines, "The Railway Man" still maintains the sensitive and emotionally astute tone while benefiting from empathetic acting performances.