A peaceful alien planet faces annihilation, as the homeless remainder of the human race sets its eyes on Terra. Mala, a rebellious Terrian teenager, will do everything she can to stop it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Battle for Terra
A peaceful alien planet faces annihilation, as the homeless remainder of the human race sets its eyes on Terra. Mala, a rebellious Terrian teenager, will do everything she can to stop it.
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Mad M (jp) wrote: Meh. It felt like an inferior version of a Tarantino movie. Good realism, characters weren't very likeable.
Ranny L (ag) wrote: "Dear Dumb Diary" is an incredibly funny and cute movie. "Dear Dumb Diary" is about Jamie Kelley (Emily Alyn Lind) who to survive middle school years, writes in her diary. She has a big imagination and wants to save her school art program by winning a jump-a-thon. Unfortunately, she has a lot of bumps in the road. She has to deal with the popular girl who everybody loves, her crush who always happens to see her at the wrong times, and her selfish best friend. In the end, Jamie learns the true meaning of life and learns tons of lessons along the way.What I like about this movie is the message. The message in the movie is even though you might think your life is over because of a traumatic middle school event and you might want to go to a deserted island but DON'T! Even though something bad might've happened, most likely no one will ever remember it in a year or two. What I didn't like in the movie is how the cast was supposed to be middle school but they look a bit young to be middle school students.All the characters are extremely funny. My favorite character is Isabella (Mary-Charles Jones) because she is a geeky-girl, fashionista, "sass master" all in one. She's extremely funny and always makes me laugh with her big round glasses.My favorite scene is when Isabella and Jamie go to an old lady's house to collect money for a fundraiser. The old lady is actually hard of hearing and misunderstands what they are asking for and ends up giving the girls a big bag full of her grannie panties. It is so funny because of the expression on the girls' face but they make the best out of the situation and embrace the experience. I recommend this movie for ages 10-13 because this movie is like a guide of how to survive middle school years. I give this movie 5 out of 5 stars because it makes me laugh so much and it is so cute. You can catch this movie on the hallmark channel airing September 6th. Reviewed by Jailene Arias, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic.
Khuong D (gb) wrote: Martial arts and fighting scenes were pretty awesome. The storyline and acting left me confused more than one time.This is a movie you want to see solely for the martial arts.
Erica B (gb) wrote: THIS MOVIE IS THE SPANISH BELLY. EXCELLENT.
Randi C (de) wrote: another christina ricci fav.
Philip S (us) wrote: Enzo G. Castellari's 1976 spaghetti western, Keoma, is very much a niche film. It is not a movie for everyone. It is by no means the standard shoot-em-up bang bang western that most audiences might know from the likes of John Wayne and others. This film is much deeper than that. It deals largely in the view of subjugation of others. There is the mistreatment of the people who had been ravaged by the plague. And there is the racist view of Keoma's half brothers towards him because he is half Native American. And of course, his friend George, who is African American, suffers prejudicial views because of the times.Seeing the way that Caldwell and his gang treat everybody as less than second class citizens (including a pregnant woman who doesn't even have the plague), Keoma serves as society's better half, trying to eliminate that prejudice, albeit through violent means. Simply put, the movie is less Western and more social commentary. On a more simplistic level, while it is a work of social commentary, it's still a western. And it's one that even at nearly two hours long, is still able to keep the audience's attention without being too preachy in its message. That's the most important factor in the grand scheme of things.By and large, Keoma is not a movie for everyone. It's anything but a happy movie. It's violent and it(TM)s very dark in its message. Add on what can only be defined as a more than bittersweet ending, and audiences get a movie that will be difficult for many audiences to digest. On the other end, though, this is one more must for any true student of filmmaking. It offers so much that there is simply not enough time to get into it all. It alone is worth its share of discussions in any college level or higher film studies class. And that is enough to make it a movie not only to be watched, but to be remembered.
Lotti K (gb) wrote: Keeps getting weirder as it goes along -- in a good way.
miruna (nl) wrote: pretty fun setting, minus some dialogue
Cooper H (ag) wrote: Slither is a crazy and bloody adventure that combines aliens and zombie walkers. It's weird but fun.
Arnaud L (us) wrote: Far from being the best Irwin Allen production. But there are nice old school special effects and a decent storyline.
David D (ru) wrote: There's no need to believe its claims in order to enjoy this feel-good film
John B (jp) wrote: Early Baldwin which gets an initial knock from me. Quite frankly, I think George Armitage is trying to be Demme and produces something kind of hokey.