Mink - the daughter of a dragon and a retired dragonslaying knight - sets out on a journey to get tickets for a concert held by Dick Saucer, world-famous teen idol and dragon hunter. Meanwhile, the corrupt king of the land is trying to take her hostage to get at her mother, and his magic-using daughter seeks to foil Mink's quest out of sheer spite.
- Stars:Takeshi Aono, Noriko Asano, Jessica Calvello, Jennifer K. Earhart, Tiffany Grant, Matt Greenfield, Hilary Haag, Kikuko Inoue, Taeko Kawata, Mariko Kouda, Kelly Manison, Yasunori Matsumoto, Andy McAvin, Kotono Mitsuishi, Rob Mungle,
Mink is the love-child of a dragon and a dragon-slayer. Mink and her friends have very weird adventures on Mink's quest to be human. The story is unique because the art style constantly ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dragon Half torrent reviews
(de) wrote: The animation is decent enough, as is the story for children, but there's little on offer for the adult here and it's quite a tame effort.
(de) wrote: Slow, but uniquely engaging. Bruce Dern delivers.
(au) wrote: 2 cheesy hours watching someone die of leukemia in 1960s Hong Kong. Ends with tears and a double rainbow.
(fr) wrote: watching this purposely bad movie is a challenge i feel bad for the few who went to see it in theaters but a couple chuckles make this go down a little easier
(fr) wrote: An awesome idea for a sequel but it loses a lot of what made the first really great, getting lost in complicated style and plot and tying up the loose ends that made the first mysterious and spooky. It fails to create the same style and feeling of the original but still has some decent stuff.
(jp) wrote: Loved this fast paced energetic film. wonderful performances
(us) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my mid-twenties)
(br) wrote: If you like Coolio, dinosaurs, and great acting, you'll love it! Nuff said
(ca) wrote: i don't know very well about the special relations between indians and pakistans but i can tell u this was the most beautiful movie i ever saw . the perfection that take place in the movie ,the music which suits so well to each act it been play , the excellent actors all that made me cry my friends and i don't cry in movies.... so simple , so beautiful i don't know anybody who don't dream about one love like this one love .... for one life. i didn't expect so much from an unknown director and i was surprised , i love this culture i love the simple people of India and Pakistan which are so well describe , painted in the movie and the beautiful woman of both country ....
(kr) wrote: I find the fact that people are saying the movie wasn't interesting, laughable quite frankly. Anyone with any kind of depth, any understanding of psychology, any kind of challenging life experience would find plenty to enjoy in this film.
(es) wrote: A useless Hindi remake of Tamil masterpiece "Alaipayuthey". Rani is good but Shalini was far better in the original and Vivek just don't know how to act (and not only compared to Madhavan). Only A.R. Rahman's music save this poor movie!!
(de) wrote: [b]DVD[/b] First Viewing, 1 Pak film seen [i]Robot Stories [/i]is a compilation of four short films by director Greg Pak. All involve some form of robot interaction with humans. The third one was my favorite. It was the only one I truly felt an emotional connection with - even though they are all supposed to be deeply involving. It's worth checking out, but it's no [i]Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior [/i](that was random).
(gb) wrote: Pretty Good movie, liked it.
(it) wrote: When I first read Hamlet back I in high school I found it to be an excruciating bore but once I saw it acted on on stage and screen I appreciated and enjoyed Shakespeare's iconic play. I've seen various versions but I especially wanted to see this one because it had two actors from 2 of my favorite sci-fi shows, Doctor Who and Star Trek. David Tennant who was the 10th Doctor in Doctor Who played the title role of Hamlet and Patrick Stewart, Captain Picard of Star Trek: The Next Generation played the king of Denmark. What made it even more interesting was the cast dressed in modern and contemporary clothing instead of period costumes from late 16th or early 17th century. The only other Shakespearean play where I've seen them done this was Ian McKellen's version of Richard III.