Big Bird in Japan

Big Bird in Japan

While visiting Japan, Big Bird wanders off from a guided tour bus in Tokyo, and is lost until a Japanese woman helps him get to where he needs to go. The woman, however, is hiding a secret.

While visiting Japan, Big Bird wanders off from a guided tour bus in Tokyo, and is lost until a Japanese woman helps him get to where he needs to go. The woman, however, is hiding a secret. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kostas S (ca) wrote: If this is a pilot for a series, as it seems, it's going to be one of the best.

Jon P (nl) wrote: Felix Herngren's absurdist gem plays like a Swedish Forrest Gump on speed.Dastardly, daring and disturbingly funny, the film sniggers at history and revels in its own unique brand of consistently daft hilarity.This dimly-titled picture offers more laughs per minute than most Hollywood comedies can manage in a three-film franchise. Its character actors are superb, its imagination is boundless and its pace is so fast, you barely get a moment to catch your breath between gags. Quick-fire silliness hasn't hit this hard in years.

Raya P (kr) wrote: a mix of Brick & Cruel Intentions. and i'm a sucker for both of those.

Vihang S (us) wrote: Funny, humorous, comedy,new wave movie about singing contest in USA.Good time film which will leave a smile on your face. Watch on DVD. Avoid children watching it

Anand D (ag) wrote: Its based on true story, nicely done but a kind of old style.

David J (ca) wrote: "Grizzly Man" is another fascinating, masterful documentary from Werner Herzog, in which he profiles the eccentric Timothy Treadwell, a man who studied the bears and desired nothing more than to live amongst them. Whether you believe that Treadwell's mission, beliefs, or lifestyle was right, wrong, or completely insane is irrelevant, Herzog explains best with his closing statement:"It is not so much a look at wild nature, as it is an insight into ourselves, our nature, and that, for me, beyond his mission, gives meaning to his life and to his death."

Tomek S (us) wrote: when you have the final look at the whole, it seems a good piece of cinema with a pinch of magic that could not be told woth words

Tara H (nl) wrote: A funny and charming movie set during the early days of TV, with a brilliant performance from Peter O'Toole as a faded matinee idol. The unlikely friendship between O'Toole and a naive young writer, played by Mark Linn-Baker, is surprisingly moving.

Sean L (kr) wrote: A rock-western version of Siddhartha. Yes, really! The Firesign Theatre came up with this little number, only to disown it later on, but it's surprisingly good.

Lino C (us) wrote: Tremendously erotic film! Great performances!

Adam R (fr) wrote: A really stupid parody. Crude and unfunny. (First and only viewing - 1/17/2013 in theaters)

JohnnyLee T (ca) wrote: SPOILER ALERTDepends a lot on the charisma of its two (straight) stars. Appreciate how difficult it is to film a true story and stick (more or less) to the facts. I knew nothing about this man so everything to me was unexpected which helped me appreciate it more. Obviously the comic elements, which of course didn't exist in the real story, helped to tell the story but I did feel at times that they exaggerated the camp aspect. But they sure made the film entertaining. Kudos especially to Jim Carrey. And I'll always appreciate Chances Are more after seeing that late night prison dance scene!

James m (it) wrote: One my favorite Bronson pics. Fun drive in pic. Bronson was in his prime here in the mid 70's ( though in his 50's). He made a lotta good ones in this time period. Check this on out " if you're a mean little ass kicker". It's on Amazon

Andrew M (gb) wrote: Open Season isn't that good of a movie. The trailer of this movie looked good, but the movie is not. I wouldn't really suggest this movie.

Ibraheem M (de) wrote: This film is really silly it isn't even worth watching.