Cirkeline: Little Big Mouse

Cirkeline: Little Big Mouse

Circleen goes on holiday to Turkey with her artist. Her chums Ingolf, Fredrik, and Viktor decide to go to see her, and stow away on board granddad's ship, where they meet another stowaway, the tough, fearless mouse Ali, who has set off into the world in search of happiness. Our friends are dragged into Ali's adventures and agree to help him to obtain cheese on board. But granddad is furious: he doesn't want kids on board, and the cat, the cook, and the captain aren't exactly mouse lovers either. Meanwhile, Ali has a secret!

Circleen goes on holiday to Turkey with her artist. Her chums Ingolf, Fredrik, and Viktor decide to go to see her, and stow away on board granddad's ship, where they meet another stowaway, the tough, fearless mouse Ali, who has set off into the world in search of happiness. Our friends are dragged into Ali's adventures and agree to help him to obtain cheese on board. But granddad is furious: he doesn't want kids on board, and the cat, the cook, and the captain aren't exactly mouse lovers either. Meanwhile, Ali has a secret! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Monjit B (ag) wrote: The previous Ip Man was better.

Monjit B (us) wrote: First half is ok ... 2nd half is a drag

Mili M (es) wrote: Omg what a crap crap crap movie

Itamar K (ca) wrote: "Reclaiming The Sword" isn't much to rave about as a documentary feature, it's not very inspired in terms of editing and presentation, the constant use of stock footage gets annoying pretty quickly, and the music is overbearing.But as a document - as a piece of research and presentation of facts - it's quite fascinating. If the premise of the film interests you; if you're interested in ancient European history, if you have an interest in martial history, if you've ever been a fan of medieval historic films or even medieval fantasy; if you've ever been a D&D nerd - you'll find quite a lot to enjoy here, lots of interesting information, good and varied interviews, and lots of swordplay of every kind imaginable.

Anthony M (fr) wrote: Un thriller canadien aux allures de telefilm, qui prend tout son sens dans les dernieres minutes.

Buggy B (us) wrote: Beautifully filmed, perfectly acted, the costumes and attention to period detail are amazing but there's also just something missing, and honestly its a little boring. I felt like I'd seen this all before and while I should have been caught up in Jane and Tom's ill-fated romance I was kinda meh, whatever about it. Although that formal dance they have together (its all in the eyes) was quite something. Enjoyed the entire cast and the feeling of being transported back to 1795. Frustrating time to be a woman. 01.18.14"A biographical portrait of the romance between the young, love-struck (pre-fame) author Jane Austin and a penniless Irish Lawyer serves as the creative inspiration for her work in this enchanting, speculative story."

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Edith N (nl) wrote: Who We Are Versus Who We Should Be At the beginning of the film, an Israeli immigration officer (Yael Levental) tells James (Siyabonga Melongisi Shibe) that she has heard his claim--that meeting her, an actual Israeli Jew like in the Bible, is a great joy to him--thousands of times. She does not believe it; experience gives her no reason to believe it. Young men like James are in Israel, here Tel Aviv, to make money and lots of it. She tells him that there are many other places he could go to do so, and why is it always Israel? Her experiences have convinced her that no one claiming pilgrimage who is an illegal immigrant is actually on one, that she should have no reason to believe they are. James burns with zeal, and he wears a large cross, but to her, he is just one more man across the desk trying to use piety as a dodge. James is from a small village in Africa. He has agreed to go on pilgrimage to Jerusalem and then return to be a pastor to his village. It is his duty to his people. Only he gets busted by immigration in Tel Aviv first. He gets put into a lockup with other men from around the world, all of whom have come to Israel for one reason or another, and it's probably true that it's money for a lot of them. Either way, however, he is chosen by Shimi Shabati (Salim Dau) to be released and come work for him as a house cleaner. Shimi has a deal going with a man who helps run the jail, apparently, and he chooses James because James looks trustworthy or something. While James is there, he rapidly loses interest in pilgrimage and gains it in money, starting his own secret business on the side, undercutting Shimi's prices. Of course, there are the obligatory moments where James is shown to become what he does not wish to be, but the most important one is also the most subtle. No mention is made by anyone of the fact that, by the end of the movie, James no longer wears his cross. Oh, it's a big deal when he yells at Sallah (Arieh Elias), Shimi's father, and it's a big deal when he uses the same words to a former friend that Shimi uses to him. However, no one comments on the cross. Indeed, I'm not sure when he stopped wearing it. Midway through the movie, he has the choice between completing his pilgrimage and making more money; it is possible that this is the moment when he takes off the cross, but if it is, I missed it. The point is, he leaves his village for a quest which he then loses the trail of, and we may not even notice the first steps aside. The fact is, James is an innocent at first. It was Shibe's first movie, and it was an excellent choice to cast an unknown. At first, he even declines his pay so that he may pay of his debts faster and make his pilgrimage and return home. We know, however, that he stays in Tel Aviv for at least a couple of months before the climax of the movie. He is there long enough to bring Sallah's garden from a barren patch of weeds to a real showpiece, somewhere actually worth visiting. You can see sitting out there. He tells Sallah that he is a farmer, but by the end, he is not doing the work himself but instead hiring it done so he can make even more money. James's navet is a little overdone at the beginning of the movie, I think to throw his later worldliness into sharper contrast. It is to Shibe's credit that he manages to pull it off. There are many things to be noted about James, Shimi, Sallah, the background characters. I have seen mention made of the idea that Shimi's attitude seems drawn from the worst possible stereotypes, but honestly, you would be able to find him in any country, even James's own. Shimi is trying to get ahead, and he does it by taking advantage of those around him. Doubtless the world holds many Shimis, and the fact that he is a Jewish stereotype does not mean that he isn't a reasonable character to present here. After all, James himself begins to fit the stereotype by the end of the film. At the beginning, he had been coming to know and love Sallah, helping the man break out of a crusty shell which had probably been building up around him since the death of his wife. By the end, he might as well be putting it back in place by himself. It has nothing to do with ethnic heritage; it has to do with attitude. Wealth, or the prospect of it, is corrupting James, the point being that it could just as easily corrupt any of us.

Bobby L (ca) wrote: Crazy, silly, and totally b-movie horror flick, where some college students are helping out a high school drama teacher convert the newly gained old opera house into the new theater of the school, and there is a killer clown on the loose. The acting is bad to serviceable, and the film has cliche aplenty, but it also eschews a few, and has a few neat deaths, so as a B-movie, I wholly recommend this

Jon L (de) wrote: Quentin Tarantino's follow up to Pulp Fiction serves as his most different and unique story about people who aren't necessarily good nor bad, in the center of a 500,000 scheme. Pam Grier and Robert Forster are fantastic in their career reviving performance as a down on her luck stewardess and bail bondmen, respectively. This is my personal favorite Tarantino flick.A+

Andy S (nl) wrote: I hate Renee Zellweger until I saw this movie

Andrew B (br) wrote: Burnt by the Sun is one of the most beautiful movies I've ever seen.

Mary W (gb) wrote: Makes me want to Dance

Darryl A (br) wrote: A great tits and ass adventure!

Dennis b (kr) wrote: An absolute gem. From start to finish. Gable is amazing as is Colbert. Watch it.

Damien C (jp) wrote: Suspenseful to the end

Ian G (mx) wrote: 7/10 Toothless old man, fat young bloke and bumbling buffon combine in hilarious fashion. Pig's under arms indicate its set in Ireland - who can't love that. And its nice and short.

Rob P (de) wrote: Decent but nothing amazing.

Jamie C (ag) wrote: A good sequel, Not as good as the first but it has some great but over the top action scenes, Also it finally takes place on the streets of Raccoon City this time so it's hordes of zombies time, Literally the first half of the zombies taking over the city was exactly like the opening scene from the game Resident Evil 3 I mean it's like a live action remake of it, We do finally have some characters from the game this time which include Jill, Carlos, Nicholai, The entire S.T.A.R.S. Team make a cameo before being owned by Nemesis that looked exactly like he did in the game, Apart from a few plot holes and something's that were silly it's great fun and will bring back memories of playing the old games.

Jon A (gb) wrote: Brilliantly captures the British character. Patriotic without flag-waving. No wonder we won the war!