Bob s building Fixham Harbour s new dinosaur-themed fun park with a giant roller coaster and fantastic rides. Everything is going to plan until the team begin unearth dinosaur bones on site! The machines can t contain their excitement and are eager to dig in and get mucky, but where are they going to put all the bones and who will be able to move them and will dinosaur hunter Scratch be lucky enough to find his own discovery? Fortunately Bob s got a plan and Rubble the new dumper truck can help!
Writer:Lisa Akhurst, Ross Hastings, Louise Kramskoy, Simon Nicholson, Marc Seal (writer/head writer)
There's plans to build an enormous amusement park and it's up to the Can-Do Crew to get it all done! It will take teamwork of prehistoric proportions to finish the job and come along as they uncover an underground world of dinosaur bones! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rangan R (ca) wrote: When a reform camp becomes a torture chamber...The concept was inspired by the real, but I was not expecting a camp like this practically exist. I mean, I'm familiar with juvenile detention and reform centres, not something like this. It was more like an another American thing, especially for kids with the tough attitude and of course who are a junkie. The institution is not the issue, but privatisation was the.You might have heard it a million times that PJ Boudousque was looked alike Ryan Gosling. I thought he was related to him, but he was not. Anyway, it was a perfect launch, might have not an overwhelmed movie, but he got a chance to appear in a proficient role for the first time in front of the camera.A fair quality product for half a million budgets. Slightly a weak narration, especially after a fine first and third act, I felt something was missing in between. I was anticipating a strong conclusion, but it was way stronger and unexpectedly a violent just like 'Bellflower'. I think worth a watch if you limit your expectation.6 1/2/10
Ken Y (br) wrote: I went and saw it. I thought it was entertaining and thought provoking. I already was hugely skeptical of the global warming/climate change causes touted by Al Gore and his followers. Valentine was funny and didn't appear heavy-handed at all when conducting interviews with those that supported man-made global warming. The movie kept my interest piqued because he had good soundtrack and great illustrations that appeared to be very persuasive. All in all a great effort. I recommend it highly for those that are open-minded.
Micheal C (kr) wrote: A very profound and compelling look at death and is effects on everyone from family to people who barely know you. Matt Porterfield's direction ia ambitious and may not be for everyone, but I found it fascinating and original. Really hooked me in.
Richard S (au) wrote: wow. loved it. warms me to the prodigal son. great performance around.
Dustin I (es) wrote: This documentary is very biased in the argument the Iraqi war. The liberal agendra provided mocks and discredits teh conservative view in the argument without even providing them with time to state their opinions fairly. The double standard for this film and most media outlets to focus and pinpoint FOX news while hypocritically beign bias themselves disgusts me. Being the unbias conservative I am......I say this film is very effective! Leading me to at times despise the remarks of conservative counterparts.
Adam R (au) wrote: Miserable and dull. It's a mess not worth watching. (First and only viewing - Fall 2009)
Krasimira P (mx) wrote: Great movie! So funny and true which makes it amazing !
Cheryl D (es) wrote: I really love this movie. The characters are suitably quirky and the humour is wickedly dry. It makes me want to keep all my windows open, and makes me suspicious of closed systems...
Ali E (au) wrote: One of the best dramatic/romantic comedies I've ever seen, the story is so outrageous and offbeat that whenever something dramatic happens you can't help but cringe and hope for the best. The ending was the only part I didn't like and it could have been much better. The cast really shines, though Bisset doesn't do that great of a job at the beginning she hits her stride midway into the crazy relationship she has with McCarthy. Along with John Cusack, Alan Ruck and Rob Lowe (yeah that surprised me too) the whole cast is spot-on and assumes their role perfectly. The music wasn't extremely befitting and could have used a nice touch of 80s synth here and there aside from the calm melodies it uses throughout, which only really suit the scenes taking place inside the school.
shaprael k (kr) wrote: So inspirational ' Words can't explain my love and respect for this man.
Donald W (au) wrote: This is the second of James Garner's "Support Your Local" western series. This one is the funnier of the two. This movie has a story and it is a comedy Western and not a spoof of the Western Movie. The character is again a version of the Maverick character he played in the Maverick TV series. I first saw this movie with my cousin at the old movie theater in downtown McAlester, Oklahoma. We laughed so hard our sides hurt. Then we laughed the entire walk back to his house. The best lines all had the word "ass" in them. Of course they were talking about donkeys. Suzanne Pleshette was great in this movie as the wild daughter. Then at the end Jack Elam claims to go on to be a big star in Italian Westerns talking to the audience. It's set in Purgatory, Colorado which is a real town in Colorado. Of course this is a fictional version and not the real Purgatory.