Clifford's Really Big Movie
Clifford overhears Mr. Bleakman say that feeding him must cost a lot of money. A carnival act called "Larry's Amazing Animals" has just been in town, and the animals in the show told Clifford about an animal contest with a prize of a lifetime supply of Tummy Yummies. So he decides to run away along with Cleo and T-Bone, join the carnival act, win the contest, and bring the food back.
- Category:Family, Animation, Adventure, Comedy
- Stars:John Ritter, Wayne Brady, Grey DeLisle, Jenna Elfman, John Goodman, Jess Harnell, Kel Mitchell, Judge Reinhold, Kath Soucie, Cree Summer, Wilmer Valderrama, Earl Boen, Cam Clarke, Teresa Ganzel, Ernie Hudson,
- Director:Robert C. Ramirez,
- Writer:Rhett Reese (screenplay), Robert C. Ramirez (screenplay), Norman Bridwell (book)
Worried that he costs too much to feed, Clifford runs away to join a carnival act and help win a lifetime supply of Tummy Yummies. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ag) wrote: So hilarious! Wow I hadn't laughed so much in a while. But honestly you have to be Armenian or speak Armenian to realllllyyy enjoy it. It was great!!
(gb) wrote: BEST MOVIE!!!!!!!! RANBIR KAPOOR IS SOOOOOOOO HOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(us) wrote: I have one question.... Whats for dinner?? LOL
(nl) wrote: Fascinating Documentary. Reawakens the true meaning of art and the passion one man had for it behind closed doors. Involving a novel over 15,000 pages long, dozens of drawings and his inner struggle of faith and childhood experiences demonstrated by his characters. This man (Henry Darger), was truly living in the realms of the unreal for most of his life. It makes you wonder what kind of artist you are and how far will you go to express yourself through art. I highly recommend this film for fellow writers and artists.
(ag) wrote: Distributed by New Line Cinema in 2003, the film chronicles the life and death of Stu "The Kid" Ungar, a famous and famously self-destructive champion poker player. It stars The Sopranos Michael Imperioli. The filmmaker, 'A. W. "Tony" Vidmer is a recreational poker player and became interested in Stu Ungar, reading all the information he could find on the poker icon's life. Vidmer has gone on to create his own independent film festival, the Fylmz Festival. Inspired by difficulties in finding distribution for this film, Vidmer's festival awards $100,000 and distribution to the Best Feature Film at a live festival in Nashville, Tennessee USA. This movie needs to be added to my list with a scene shot in Valley of Fire State Park outside Las Vegas.
(us) wrote: If you never grew up in the Ghetto, this is a review of the hell you missed.
(ru) wrote: I have no idea why, but I'm a huge Kevin Costner fan and will watch him in anything, even though he seems to appear in bomb after bomb after bomb. I acknowledge this isn't great, but it did have its moments and I'm definitely glad I saw it.
(ru) wrote: undoubtedly the worst film i have ever seen...a complete shambles!
(fr) wrote: 3 ninjas rock hahaha
(es) wrote: Richie Rich is a surprisingly fun family film with plenty of charm about it
(br) wrote: i would like to see this one..
(kr) wrote: C'est magnifique, simple, rien dire de plus, juste admirer un garnd moment de cinma
(nl) wrote: dark western? i love it
(nl) wrote: I mean, they could have at least tried writing a half-decent script for this piece of cinematic crap. Unfortunately, theres little here to marvel at.
(ca) wrote: In this movie, Johnny Depp plays Sir James Matthew Barrie; a creative, passionate, and inspiring play writer. This is a beautiful and magnificent movie that will leave the audience yelling "Encore!" in tears as they don't want it to end. It's very enjoyable because of the power of imagination he gives to three fatherless sons and their mother. Not only does he fall in love with the widowed mother, he also falls in love with her sons which makes the movie very inspiring.
(it) wrote: I guess it's good as Jimmy Bond movie, but as a movie it doesn't hold that well. Way over the top.
(nl) wrote: Everyone loves a good love triangle. Especially when it involves a man, a woman, and ... a 25-foot gorilla? That's right, I'm talking about the one and only "King Kong", or at least Peter Jackson's remake of it.Of course, over 70 years after the original was released, it is worth mentioning the advancement of technology since then. The visual effects of "King Kong" are top notch. Everything looks great: Kong, the landscapes of Skull Island, and even dinosaurs that would make "Jurassic Park" jealous.The cast of "King Kong" is likewise fantastic, resulting in some very interesting characters. Naomi Watts as Ann Darrow and Adrien Brody as Jack Driscoll are both excellent leads, though I don't entirely buy their whirlwind romance. Also, it's refreshing to see Jack Black in a role where he isn't making fart jokes. But seriously, he does deliver a good performance as the sly, deceitful Carl Denham. And of course, I have to mention the excellent motion capture work done by Andy Serkis, which brought Kong to life.This film suffers mostly from its slow pace. For example, it is 70 minutes into the film before Kong makes his first appearance. While the slow pace allows for plenty of character development, it makes certain parts of the film drag on.Peter Jackson's overlong remake of this Hollywood classic is certainly a beautiful work of art, but it is a loooong 3 hours to sit through. That said, it is well worth it because this "King Kong" pays great homage to the original.
(us) wrote: Has its moments, but pales in comparison to similar fare, such as 'Badlands'. Spielberg seems more interested in filming crowd scenes and car crashes than devoting necessary time to his characters. Goldie Hawn comes off well -- her dramatic work here differs from the roles she would become known for.