A boy named Flipy goes to summer camp so that he can be with with his dream girl, Violeta.
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Campamento Flipy torrent reviews
Inta K (nl) wrote: find it boring...yeah..there were couple of nice splashes in it.. but in big moves of brush was pretty boring.
Joseph D (ca) wrote: Just like the Pixar films themselves, the shorts before the films are outstanding and "The Blue Umbrella" easily fits onto that list. The plot, the music, the animation/live action sequence were all brilliant and I hope this will be nominated for Best Animated Short and win.
Minh V (kr) wrote: atmospheric. the cinematography was beautiful. it fills one with sorrow and i finished the film with a heavy heart. it's not for everyone but i liked it.
Nancy B (jp) wrote: Beautifully done 'coming of age' movie about a young Jewish man growing up in America in the 50's. Some wonderfully funny moments sprinkled throughout this dramatic picture.
Konrad A (au) wrote: This was a pretty good movie for being a sequel but I like the first one better. The duck was funny in the movie trying to fly as fast as the air plane and there are New characters
Sean C (jp) wrote: "Silent Running" is not a great movie, regardless of its cult status among some sci-fi circles today. The plot is threadbare, virtually taking a 50-minute break for most of the film, and the admirable message that is central to what story exists is only minimally explained, making it difficult to rationalize anything that happens in the film. The script is also full of holes, including (minor spoiler alert) that the plant-obsessed protagonist simply forgets for days that plants need sunlight to live. The movie is most memorable for Bruce Dern's earnest performance, which embraces all the goodwill the movie can manage to muster. The haunting and iconic closing shot is also a staple for those who justify "Silent Running" as a masterpiece, but the wait for it is a bit of a slog.
Katarina J (ca) wrote: Interesting story about impossible love, passion and revenge,...something like proof that Cinderella story doesn't always have happy ending or as it says on DVD case " Their love ignited a deadly passion...She can never be a part of his world. but she can tear his world apart."
John R (br) wrote: 140514: Good and bad. Some great camera work makes parts of this movie very impactful. The first 30 minutes had me thinking I'd add this film to my collection. Then we get into a cattle stampede and up pops some pretty hooky horse-gun fight scenes. Yikes, they were bad. Mitchum was a bit too stoic but totally remind me of Jean Reno in The Professional, a movie that I continue to enjoy to this day. Forced, happy ending. Too bad because it was looking so good.
Jeremy H (br) wrote: honestly, i loved it. it was a great time to laugh at myself and it really made me think.
Marcus H (gb) wrote: To my knowledge, this is the first hit adaption of the story of Wyatt Earp, Doc Holiday, and the O.K. Corral. John Ford is a master of the Western genre and the directing, pacing, and cinematography here are iconic. The acting is amazing and the set pieces are epic. I watched this because I saw it on AFIs top 400 films list and it whole-heartedly deserves to be there.
Brandon S (mx) wrote: Touching, heartfelt, brutal and all-in-all unsparing. This brilliant coming-of-age story thrives on Meadows' direction. He injects the movie with his own would-be tattered past, but still allows it to be it's own film. He doesn't sugarcoat the hard reality, but he doesn't let the hard reality be the end of it. He goes above and beyond.