When a magic carpet is compelled by an enchanted ring stolen by thieves during a fashion show, the girls are taken on an unexpected journey to help find a genie lamp and to rescue it before it falls into evil hands. Along the way, the girls make a new friend, Alla, and help her discover the richest treasure of all – friendship! Compelled by the theft of an enchanted ring, a magic carpet gathers a group of girls for a magical journey in search of a genie lamp that must be saved before it falls into the wrong hand. Along the way, the girls meet a new friend who helps them discover that friendship is the most valuable treasure of them all.
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Anthony S (br) wrote: This is a good movie with a good cast..if you do find time go and watch this film..i give my two thumbs up..
Andy T (jp) wrote: It might not be as action-packed and entertaining as its predecessor, but The Enemy Within proves to be a good drama with more emotions than just its gun scenes.
Scott M (mx) wrote: I enjoyed reading the synopsis, so that's something.
The Critic (kr) wrote: The fourth instalment of the popular cheerleading franchise is an ode to the classic rumble in the streets Romeo and Juliet musical 'West Side Story' (1961). It's a fun homage and a consistently entertaining venture that admittedly nothing new, but will please fans of its target audience.
Bailey H (it) wrote: The plot can be cheesy at times, and often unbelievable, but there are many realistic themes in this movie that people of all ages can learn about love. The actors also help this movie succeed. All of them give a wonderful performance, and even the minor characters play very entertaining and likable roles. And even though parts of this movie are a bit cheesy, they are still often funny, and far more creative and original than other romantic comedies.
sharie j (fr) wrote: i love it its are good movie
Zac W (au) wrote: a good role for Dafoe...
The R (ca) wrote: If you want a good dog movie search harder, as this is anything but good (or at least decent). the script looks like a 3-year old wrote it, the acting is poor, the plot is completely weak and predictable, even for a children's movie. This movie is one of the worst dog movies i have ever seen. do not buy or rent this movie as you will only be wasting your time and money that could have been spent on any other movies much better than this sad excuse of a movie.
Eric R (br) wrote: An advertising executive who has spent years feeding off the insecurities of the London public begins to suffer a nervous breakdown when the stress of pedaling all these projects becomes to much. He begins to develop multi-personalities with one being a complete manifestation of the fast talking, mean-spirited ad-exec and the other being the nicer version of him. Of and this manifestation is visualized by a gigantic talking boil which begins to grow on his shoulder. How to Get Ahead in Advertising is an insane, mean-spirited dark comedy that is really elevated by Richard E. Grant's absolutely hysterical performance. Grant really captures the insanity which the film was going for and he really is an absolute delight to watch. This film is bat shit insane but its a rather searing commentary on the Advertising industry and the script is really a lot of fun.
Rick M (nl) wrote: I loved this movie, but I can't find it anywhere now. Youtube has the Blondie clip.
Petr N (us) wrote: Yeaah!!! :) The best one~! :)
Douglas L (it) wrote: This is where the series has started to get more ridiculous. this movie ripped off a good zombie movie in day of the dead (1985). however, this movie has held up over time, unlike the next 2 sequels. I liked how this film went gory again unlike RE 2.
Linda K (br) wrote: Beautiful film that explores the depth of a relationship between humans and wild animals. Very touching have plenty of Kleenex handy!
Nicole H (it) wrote: As with most movies involving the IRA, this one involves a ton of conflict, broken relationships and crisis of faith. Obviously not a good choice for a light watch. Liam Neeson and Alan Rickman are, as always, wonderful. The rest of the cast is very good too, even Julia Roberts who manages quite a good accent!