Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey!
The film chronicles George's adventures as he befriends Kayla, a baby elephant, at a magic circus show and helps her travel across the country to be reunited with her family.Accompanied by his friend, the Man with the Yellow Hat, George travels by foot, train, and truck to reach Kayla's brother and sister in California, only to be accused of elephant-napping and brought all the way back to New York.
- Category:Family, Animation
- Stars:Frank Welker, Amy Hill, Ed O'Ross, Jeff Bennett, Fred Tatasciore, Nickie Bryar, Jamie Kennedy, Catherine Taber, Tim Curry, Jeff McNeal, Matt Lauer, Melissa Greenspan, Carlos Alazraqui, Jerry Lewis, Clint Howard,
- Director:Norton Virgien, Norton Virgien,
- Writer:Chuck Tately (screenplay), Chuck Tately (story), Darrell Rooney (story)
The world’s most beloved and inquisitive monkey is back in this sequel! Curious George and The Man with the Yellow Hat embark on a cross-country trip to reunite a baby elephant with her family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey! torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Bad acting doesn't help make this movie any better than it sounds
(fr) wrote: Jake Moore est un trader succs Wall Street. Il vit avec Winnie Gekko, fille du clbre Gordon Gekko qui a fini en prison suite des malversations la fin des annes 1980. Quand ce dernier est remis en libert, il se rapproche de Jake afin de se renouer contact avec sa fille qui ne veut plus le voir, et pour se venger, financirement parlant, des personnes qui ont prcipit sa chute l'poque. Mais les intentions de Gordon se limitent-elles cela ?Je n'ai pas revu le Wall street original de 1987 avant de voir cette suite du mme Oliver Stone. Cela m'a probablement permis de ne pas avoir de grandes attentes quant Money never sleeps, ce qui fait que je l'ai trouv correct, quoiqu'un peu fouillis par moments. Le mystre Gordon Gekko est intressant, les parties avec Josh Brolin le sont nettement moins. Je n'ai pas trouv Shia Labeouf spcialement convaincant en trader surpay qui a des objectifs cologiques. Carey Mulligan fait ce qu'elle peut, mais son personnage d'anti capitaliste qui sort avec un business man et vit dans un appartement de luxe est plutt peu crdible. Et elle a des ractions d'enfant gte qui nervent ! Heureusement Michael Douglas et ses airs de mec qu'on ne peut cerner redresse la barre.
(jp) wrote: Transcends the usual made-for-TV trappings, thanked in part to a terrific cast (S Epatha Merkerson the obvious standout) and assured direction. Soulful and never anything less than entertaining.
(jp) wrote: Chronicling the life of a once failed artist to a man who is smitten with hate and would later become Chancellor of Germany. Robert Carlyle does an excellent job potraying Adolf Hitler, a man the world would never forgot. This film shows what a man filled with hate is willing to do, and it also shows what happens when good men do nothing.
(fr) wrote: Steven Seagal, with his face as immutable and inscrutable as ever, punches and kicks his way to vengeance. How novel. The script is a tawdry pile of toss and the direction is so half-arsed that you could be mistaken for thinking that Oblowitz really didn't bother: voiceovers provide backstory that had not been hinted at previously, characters turn unexpectedly and the baddies have a meeting that seems to be concurrent with the entire timeline of the film.Dross.
(us) wrote: this movie crack me up it so funny
(ru) wrote: This movie is so bad it's awesome. David Hasselhoff is nowhere near badass enough to play 616 Fury, but he does an okay job. The story is decent for a comic book, but the acting (save for the Hoff) is really bad. This is time well wasted.
(gb) wrote: Obama, McCain, or Clinton are likely to be terrible presidents just like this film is probably going to be a piece of crap as well.
(mx) wrote: More of an action flick, fights are pretty lame to be honest. Sasha is pretty good again here though, was impressed... more of a stand alone film to be honest.
(ag) wrote: Charming animated film by Miyazaki whose laid back style is both it's greatest strength & weakness. Miyazaki crafts a fun story with great characters and beautiful flight scenes, but he never adds any real drama to the piece. There is some gravitas to Porco's past & his curse, along with his relationship to the two females in his life, Gina & Fio (typical Miyazaki, fully fleshed out & independent). Plus, it does have a nice charm to it, with even the air pirates being more cartoonish than dangerous (even kidnapped school girls aren't afraid of them). However, it never seems to go anywhere (the film takes place in fascists Italy but never really addresses it) leading to a somewhat anti-climatic ending. Overall, not the best of the Miyazaki films but by default, still makes it one of the better animated movies ever made.
(nl) wrote: really funny with some great ideas like - from veni vidi vici they made come, see, can't believe my eyes. and as the first tea they take hot water with spot of milk. the english stopped fighting at five because of tea. one other english was angry because roman army stepped on his green grass... etc.funny things!
(fr) wrote: Well, that's quite an unusual Woody Allen: no humor, pessimistic drama. Good photography, good filming, good ideas, script and dialogues (as usual), but we can regret that Woody Allen didn't really 'solve' the situation, as every daughter leaves the movie with the problems she had at the beginning.
(au) wrote: Classic spooky fun! The only downfall in this film is when the giant ape arrives, the film goes downhill from there, but other than that it's a great movie. I would love to see a live action remake of it. I liked how all the zombie servants have septum piercings, and they are obviously the inspiration for "Tofu: The Vegan Zombie".
(mx) wrote: very good I see nothing wrong with the setting of the movie it feels like escaping earth but at the end of the day it's a very well made film
(fr) wrote: Offensive to all possible groups, Street Trash is a nasty, twisted, hilarious, and insane bit of '80s horror/exploitation cinema that will delight fans of trashy cinema and offend everyone else.
(au) wrote: Videodrome doesn't have the same well-written characters that The Fly (1986) did but it still has the power to draw us in due to its disturbing visuals and great themes.After a television executive searches for an intense new program for his TV network, he discovers a vhs tape called "Videodrome" which causes him to undergo a series of bizarre hallucinations.Sometimes, this movie becomes too disgusting to watch (which is a good thing) and for good reasons too because the visuals are very disturbing and well-done. The movie tends to surprise us with its visuals too when we're least expecting it which makes its scenes work even better.This also has great acting from James Woods. All of the other actors were great too but James Woods was really the only one who I felt stood out in the movie. However, his great performance was enough to carry the movie.This movie has a chilling message which becomes more powerful today seeing as how technology keeps on advancing which leads to explicit and graphic entertainment rise.This is still a great movie but I feel that The Fly is a better movie than this. The reason I think so is because The Fly contained well-written characters. I couldn't really connect with Max Renn as I did with Seth Brundle. However, this shouldn't bother you too much if you don't mind lack of character development. However, this is why I feel that The Fly is a little better.In conclusion, this is a disturbing movie which contains a deep message. It gives audiences some disturbing things to think about. This is an amazing movie and all. I just think that The Fly is better because of its character development. However, you should still see this one too.