Charlie: A Toy Story
Get ready for a hilarious fun-filled adventure as 10 year old Caden and his best friend, Charlie, a golden retriever, set out on a wild escapade around town thwarting the evil plans of the bumbling town bullies who are out to break into Caden's Dad's toy shop to steal his new one-of-a-kind toy invention that could literally change the world.
- Stars:Rudranil Ghosh, Parambrata Chatterjee, Kaushik Ganguly, Raima Sen, Neha Panda, Dwijen Banerjee, Dwijendranath Banerjee, Angana Basu, Drew Waters, Raymond Ochoa, Rheagan Wallace, Tanner Fontana, Adrien Carpenter, Matthew Tompkins, Erin Marie Garrett, Melissa Brown, Joel S. Greco, Stacy Cunningham, J.B. Edwards, Hayden Tweedie, Christian Fortune, Madison Outhier, Logan Lindholm,
- Director:Garry A. Brown,
- Writer:Natalie Dickinson, Brennan McMahon (story consultant)
Get ready for hilarious, fun-filled adventure as 10-year-old Caden, along with his best friend and golden retriever, Charlie, protects his dad's toy shop and greatest invention from the bumbling town bullies. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Charlie: A Toy Story torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: A comedy horror that is neither comedic or horrible, I'll never know if john actually died at the end as it was binned after 13 mins
(gb) wrote: This happened to be on television at a time of a day where there was nothing else on so I kept watching and it really wasn't so bad as I thought it would be. Mildly entertaining. There were some moments that really had me laughing. It's pretty decent. The music really added to it and is really catchy.
(ru) wrote: Oh my god. Somewhere along the line of production there must've been some misunderstanding. There could've been a misunderstanding amongst the scriptwriter(s) or there could've been a misunderstanding amongst the sound technicians, people responsible for effects, stagecrafters, or ANYONE who was involved in the making this movie! I do not see this movie as an actual movie. I see it as a pile of stockfootage thrown together in order to see if there is a slight possibility to create something that makes sense. Please note that there isn't. Stay away from this at all times unless you want to see a piece of film history because there's no chance something THIS bad is going to get anywhere near production in the future.
(es) wrote: 20-odd years after Dick Powell and Humphrey Bogart immortalized Philip Marlowe on screen in Murder, My Sweet and The Big Sleep respectively (among others), James Garner takes a turn in this adaptation of The Little Sister. Garner's Marlowe is glib, sarcastic, cool, and detached in all the wrong ways. It's a fine performance, played mostly for laughs though (and reminded this writer of Fletch), which doesn't quite suit the tone of the story. Otherwise, it's a mildly entertaining detective story that's not quite as entertaining and as exciting as it could've been.
(ag) wrote: important occupation-era Tokyo film-making.
(us) wrote: Stunning Absolutely Beautiful
(nl) wrote: This debased Americanized version of the original Japanese film, re-edited to include Raymond Burr as a reporter, is relatively well made but full of inconsistencies, bad re-dubbing and terrible exposition, with him annoyingly narrating all the time what we can easily see.
(es) wrote: An exhilarating, beautifully photographed and acted fairy tale and action flick