Breakfast on Pluto is a 2005 British-Irish comedy-drama film about Patrick, who is left by his mother on the steps of the rectory in their small Irish town when he was a baby. By the time he's a teen, Patrick identifies himself as transgender, renames himself Kitten and sets out for London with a rock group in hopes of finding his mother. Along the way he works variously as a magician's assistant, a prostitute and a dancer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Breakfast On Pluto
In the 1970s, a foundling lad, Patrick "Kitten" Braden, comes of age by leaving his Irish town for London, in part to look for his mother and in part because his trans-gender nature is beyond the town's understanding.
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lukas s (de) wrote: hi raelly want to see it
Dylan D (fr) wrote: Ice Soldiers gets the basics right but does nothing else well. It tells a recycled story made of pieces from better movies, and the end product isn't all that cohesive or interesting. It's visually bland, thematically vacant, and emotionally tame. The action feels routine, the acting uninspired, and the filmmaking limited. It's a passable watch but Action fans can certainly do much better.
Nick P (au) wrote: A nice start but ultimately disappoints. Becomes funny when it should be creepy. Not to mention only one setting with an extremely boring storyline.
Rae K (ca) wrote: Sobrang panget. :(((((
Holly M (br) wrote: Cute. Deserves a nice little smile, but probably not a rewatch
Michael H (ru) wrote: The representation of Asian American men as hot-blooded toughies in the film does put a dent in the omnipresent nerdy eunuch stereotype and the model-minority myth.
Greg J (kr) wrote: I LOVED this movie. I have no idea how it only has a 55% rating. As far as the "disappointing final act" mentioned in the Critics Consensus, I have no fucking clue who these "critics" are. The final act was fantastic, especially the very final scene, which is *very* moving. This movie is, at its core, about human relationships and how life's meaning is derived from them. It's very funny and clever, but at the same time very poignant and moving. It stayed with me for weeks after I saw it. Best movie I have seen in a long time.
Nathan C (ag) wrote: Looks Dull, Looks like any other action flick!
denis i (kr) wrote: fotografia muito boa...filme muito chato, sem sal nenhum...no desenvolve, sonolento.
The Critic (ca) wrote: A beautifully animated piece with an assortment of colourful characters that will appeal to an audience of assorted ages. The singing slugs won't appeal to all, but Hugh Jackman and Kate Winslet are strong vocal leads and keep attention where it should be. Having said that, 'Flushed Away' still falls below the standard set by Pixar, failing to provide an emotional connection.
Effie S (kr) wrote: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Annie C (ru) wrote: Fav part of the movie are Voltaire's quotes.
Im El Capitano A (ru) wrote: looks interesting...
Jav M (mx) wrote: Watched the 1st half of the film twice but never managed to finish it.
Art S (br) wrote: Hammer studios really knew how to stage a good gothic horror and nowhere better than here in their first Dracula effort. Taking huge liberties with Bram Stoker's novel, the team refocuses Jonathan Harker as a potential vampire killer himself, in league with Dr. Van Helsing (Peter Cushing), who unfortunately is no match for the Count (Christopher Lee, getting himself typecast with few lines but amazing presence with bloodshot seductive eyes and a bedside manner that seems more than appreciated by the ladies). Laying the groundwork for their many adaptations to come, Hammer chooses their setpieces wisely: an amazing castle, spooky cemetery, the woods at night, all fitting perfectly into the horse and carriage days of the 1880's. A notch above Browning's (Lugosi) version but no match for Murnau (Schreck) or Herzog (Kinski).
Reese J (au) wrote: One of my other guilty pleasure films. My parents never let me watch it, so I had to be sneaky. When I finally did see it in its entirety, I couldn't help but cringe at every punchline, and also saw a boom mic very clearly reflected off the patio door in one of the films many disturbing sex/rape scenes. This film made Natasha Henstridge a 90's sex symbol for about 6 minutes, now she's "retired" from acting as far as I can tell.
Gordon H (mx) wrote: Watched this fantastic film recently with my whole family and it sparked an intense discussion about several topics dealing with WWII. I am grateful to the filmmakers for not shying away from depicting things like book-burning rallies, air-raid sirens, scared children screaming "I hate Hitler!," and digging out bodies from bombed out rubble. This film is very well done. John Williams' score adds just the right touch to what is being depicted on screen. I really enjoyed this film and I think you will too. Just be prepared with a hanky or two. It will bring a tear to your eye.
Jeanie M (nl) wrote: A good thriller movie!