Dumbo is a baby elephant born with oversized ears and a supreme lack of confidence. But thanks to his even more diminutive buddy -- Timothy the Mouse -- the pint-sized pachyderm learns to surmount all obstacles.

Ridiculed because of his enormous ears, poor Dumbo is even separated from his mother, who is chained up in a separate cage after trying to defend her child. However, with the help from a mouse, Dumbo can achieve his full potential. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dumbo torrent reviews

Matthew S (us) wrote: Chad Crawford Kinkle's repugnant movie fails, but it should be noted that it demonstrates a great deal of promise in the way he is able to create unexpected suspense and tension. The script is just too weak.

Drew T (it) wrote: worst dance movie ever. im a dancer and i happen to be a freerunner, and the only good thing about this movie was chase armitage from 3run. the dance routines were wack, and looked like they were choreographed by brittney spears. Horrible dance movie, horrible movie all together.

Alexander C (gb) wrote: Would like to see at some stage.

Theresa D (es) wrote: definitely a chick flick...very good movie..all in all

Cooper H (nl) wrote: A summer camp love story that doesn't land as many jokes as it tries to. However, the cast is great with each character having their own moment.

Pete S (it) wrote: Good action/drama with gang overtones. Cast is outstanding with the performers both young and old hitting the right marks. A fairly balanced ensemble.

Zach F (ru) wrote: One of the most beautiful and heartbreaking performances I have seen in a long time. It's just amazing to watch great artists like Albert Finney and John Huston working at the top of their game to bring such a brilliant story to life. Also, I do not recommend watching this movie when you have cold and are a little bummed out, it kinda messes with you.

Rodney E (ca) wrote: There are some traces of the characteristics found in other Kubrick movies, which have more to do with the cinematography. The movie itself is all right and not nearly as bad as Kubrick would have people thinking by wanting it gone.

Al S (ca) wrote: The classic tale of tragedy comes to the screen in the best adaptation of Hamlet ever. Three hours of pure and utterly brilliant film-making, that's packed with great sets, thrilling craft and astonishing performances that will grab you and not let go for a moment. A complex, exciting and dynamic thriller that's laced with suspense and stunning craftsmanship. This film breathes new life into Shakespeare's greatest play. A true masterpiece of the stage and now film. An extremely powerful and unforgettable movie that's a thrill to watch. Patrick Stewart and David Tennant give superb, passionate and brilliant performances. Tennant gives a spectacular performance as Hamlet, a defining performance of a role for a generation. Tennant is wondefully breathtaking. Stewart is extraordinary, he gives such life and dedication to his complex role of Claudius. I love it, this movie is spellbinding from start to finish.

Facebook U (nl) wrote: Wooh! The nerdy boy turning into super strong hero is a staple of comic books and well rendered here, hahaha! Sooo nerdy at first. The A on his forehead is his grade average. Chris Evans really nails the character. Tough and smarty and then growing into chick magnet. But he is ass kicking super. There were lots of references to french in the film. I think the film was quite a bit franco-american at heart. Very cheery and pleasant throughout. I saw winter soldier before and I was pleasantly surprised there also. Here, the downers are the sophistication of the arms for 1943, and so many anachronistic eletronics and mechanical things. Not past millenium at all. Very comic-book. I must give it 1/2 star more than The Avengers though.

Al M (nl) wrote: Part of the ever burgeoning genre of Nazi horror films, The Devil's Rock follows a pair of soldiers who unwittingly discover and must attempt to thwart a Nazi plan to unleash demonic forces upon their enemies. Equal parts action and creepiness, The Devil's Rock is well-made thriller with plenty to entertain the fan of supernatural horror films.

Ryan V (gb) wrote: Van Damme vs. Lance Henriksen, with lots of explosions, and directed by John Woo. It's a decent time.