Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams
Your little princess will want to follow her dreams as she tags along on an adventure with two of Disney's most popular princesses in this new animated fairy tale. Aurora, star of the beloved classic Sleeping Beauty, and Jasmine, from the Academy Award-winning film Aladdin, journey to faraway lands and make new discoveries about themselves.
Princess Aurora and Princess Jasmine learn valuable life lessons in two short stories. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: 4/15/2017 (2): Loved it! You can't go wrong with a Costner sports movie! I really want to see a true documentary on what happens during a draft though to see how accurate the movie could really be.
(es) wrote: Chasing mavericks is nicely shot with great surfing action and cinematography. The script is a bit bland though and predictable. Surfing fans will love it everyone else it's just ok.
(fr) wrote: There are parts of this movie I really like. I know I'll end up watching this again at some point. It goes into a weird territory but it kept me wondering where it was all going. I enjoyed the experience nonetheless.
(it) wrote: The best movie in the last 3 years! Like a big hot flush, not for everyone...
(fr) wrote: Funny! It's basically the Indian version of the English movie "RAT RACE"
(ca) wrote: Interesting part for Cuba Gooding, Jr
(kr) wrote: an interesting piece on the cultural revolution and surprisingly ties in with the industrialization of rural China brought upon by the 3 Gorges Dam. The limestone karsts are pretty and the tale of 2 friends amusing, especially at the end when they share a beer and recall old times.
(us) wrote: one of my favorite movies
(fr) wrote: I used to watch this film all the time growing up. It's a good family film. It's kind of like Lassie in the sense that both an older and younger audience can enjoy the movie.
(ag) wrote: he look so sexy with his hair like this
(ag) wrote: More of the same from the Herzog - Kinski collaboration and it is easy to see why this is their last film together. Kinski is aged, but this only brings out his maniac.
(it) wrote: This movie may be an overall fail as compared to its brilliant predecessor, but it succeeds in putting out great music, some meaningful dialogue, and an overall fun, weird, and spectacular time. PLOT:Brad Majors (Cliff De Young) and his wife, Janet (Jessica Harper), return to their home town of Denton for help with their failing marriage. However, they find out that their whole hometown has been turned into a giant TV station, ran by a fast food founder, Farley Flavors (Cliff De Young). After having Brad committed to a phony mental hospital for his "condition", Janet meets up with her parents and the doctors for help. In a little while, Janet notices she's being pushed to be Flavors' new star on this station's prime time programs and the new show Fantasy Factory. However, the whole existence of the TV station seems to be out of a lust for power and love for a certain person, with dark pasts leading up to the result. It's a great plot executed very well. ACTING:The performances in this movie are pretty well done overall. I enjoyed most of them for their balances of humor and seriousness. Jessica Harper and Cliff De Young both did a great job as the leads Brad and Janet Majors, also Farley Flavors. Some parts seemed over-acted, but it all went with the movie. The best performances aside from Harper would have to actually be from Richard O'Brien, Patricia Quinn, Charles Gray, and Barry Humphries as Dr. Cosmo McKinley, Dr. Nation McKinley, Judge Oliver Wright, and Bert Schnick. These few really captured the movie's essence and performed their parts extremely well overall. SCORE:The musical score in this movie is rockin' and high-energy at most parts, with the ballads being beautifully done. The score in this movie as compared to its predecessor is a bit different a toned down with some pitchy voices and cheesier songs, but overall, the score is well-written and well-performed, from "Bitchin' in the Kitchen" to the title track and even to "Anyhow, Anyhow." OTHER CONTENT:This movie is a completely different change from its predecessor, Rocky Horror, but the wild-and-wacky tone of insanity stays just as it originally was. The movie itself is a deep, rockin' ride into the insanity of stereotypes of television and the world itself, with metaphor after wacky metaphor. However, the plot twists near the end seem preposterous and unnecessary, with the movie making less and less sense in the end. It may be a cult classic, but lightning never strikes in the same place twice. This movie doesn't reach the same satirical heights as Rocky Horror, but it does attempt to put on an entertaining show, and entertain it does. OVERALL,a great musical cult classic with a great plot, well done acting, rockin' score, deep study of stereotypes, and wacky fun, however, the plot twists just seem preposterous near the end, and the heights of its predecessor aren't possibly scaled.
(fr) wrote: Simple but smart and very heartfelt.
(de) wrote: This film is soo good I know it word for word scene by scene , Emily Lloyd is brilliant. Loved the scene in the Paris Tearoomsxx