Dexter the Dragon & Bumble the Bear
Bumble the Bear (Olivier Bommel) finds an egg that, it turns out, has a cute little dragon in it. However, this dinosaur grows huge every time it is upset. As this causes a lot of problems, Ollie Bommel has to face a difficult dilemma.
- Stars:Fred Benavente, Trudy Libosan, Luc Lutz, Lo van Hensbergen, Joan Remmelts, André van den Heuvel, Gees Linnebank, Arnold Gelderman, Will Van Selst, Paul Haenen, Tonny Huurdeman, Elly Van Stekelenburg, Maya Bouma, Harrie Geelen, Fred Emmer,
- Country:Netherlands, Japan
- Director:Harrie Geelen, Bjørn Frank Jensen, Bert Kroon,
- Writer:Marten Toonder (comic strip "Oliver B. Bommel"), Marten Toonder (novel), Bert Kroon (script), Harrie Geelen (script), Bjørn Frank Jensen (script)
Bumble the Bear (Olivier Bommel) finds an egg that, it turns out, has a cute little dragon in it. However, this dinosaur grows huge every time it is upset. As this causes a lot of problems, Ollie Bommel has to face a difficult dilemma. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: The story has been told so many times and even Caine couldn't save it this time.
(gb) wrote: You probably didn't hear about it, but this independent Australian romantic comedy is really pretty good. It's a small, charming film with damaged but immensely likable and relatable characters. I guess I loved the premise more than anything - while this movie probably isn't the best possible execution of its basic idea, I loved the central idea so much that the movie still worked well for me anyway.The story follows Griff (Ryan Kwanten), a meek nerd who has a boring job where he is picked upon by the office bully and ignored by everyone else. His life is generally sad, but he tries to make up for it by being a superhero by night, despite not having any superpowers or Batman-like amounts of money. Into his life comes Melody (Maeve Dermody), a beautiful girl who also feels like a social misfit. She might be the only person who can understand Griff's mental universe.It's really a lovely premise not just about superheroes, but about accepting people as they are. Unlike in, say, Kickass, there are a couple of action sequences, but they're small and largely beside the point. The movie isn't about superheroics, it's about the idea of superheroics and why it can matter to people. It's not a superhero movie with romantic comedy elements, but a romantic comedy with superhero elements. The central performances by Kwanten and Dermody are both quite charming, and played with wide-eyed sincerity. Marshall Napier also nicely negotiates a delicate role as Griff's brother Benson, who is initially the one in love with Melody - we have to see that Benson isn't right for Melody, but also that he's a genuinely good guy, which is a tricky thing to pull off, but it works here.This was the first movie written and directed by an Australian actor named Leon Ford, and it shows a lot of promise. His visual style was mostly nothing special, except for a couple of shots of Griff standing in a crowd, but he does have a good feel for quirky characters. I quite enjoyed this one, and hope Ford gets the chance to make other movies.
(us) wrote: The film tries to cash in on the strength of its cast (including Natasha Henstridge as the sexy alien), but logic, coherence, and passable special effects seem to escape it, and by the end of the movie, it has fallen apart completely.
(nl) wrote: Glauber Rocha needs to be seen!
(jp) wrote: Deliciously cheesy and plays out almost like a parody of cop movies. The movie itself is slow and the ending is unfocused but it is altogether a fun ride.