Finding Nemo

Finding Nemo

Nemo, an adventurous young clownfish, is unexpectedly taken from his Great Barrier Reef home to a dentist's office aquarium. It's up to his worrisome father Marlin and a friendly but forgetful fish Dory to bring Nemo home -- meeting vegetarian sharks, surfer dude turtles, hypnotic jellyfish, hungry seagulls, and more along the way.

When his son, Nemo is taken from him by a diver, Marlin the clown fish sets off on a journey to rescue him with a blue tang fish named Dory with short-term memory loss. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Finding Nemo torrent reviews

Ally F (nl) wrote: It's a super lovely, beautiful, nature, and creative animation! Very nice to watch alone, with kids, or anytime in fact. That's quite true and educated movie :)

Alex M (jp) wrote: One one night stand that develops to an emotional love story between two women, with beautiful music and some interesting fake and real stories which direct the plot nicely compose a very touching and sexy result...This film is more than two hours of naked female bodies and several sex scenes, as someone could say.

Adrian F (br) wrote: pumpkinhead: ashes to ashes is such a bad movie that its really funny although its not trying to be. the story line is so over the top and stupid and its packed with a lot of stupid and unconvincing actors/characters. theres not as much violence nor blood to keep me entertained. rent this film if you looking for a good laugh.

Dan H (gb) wrote: The film score gave a sense of terror and creepiness but I never found the story to be all that creepy. Robin Williams gave a very dry and boring performance as well

Jill R (jp) wrote: Unknown is a fun movie that is very entertaining but does fall a bit short on its potential.The acting is very good and the director clearly knows how to film action.Though I feel some scenes dragged a bit and the movie is very implausible.Also it kinda felt like a Bourne Identity rip off.Overall Unknown is a fun popcorn flick that is action packed well acted and well directed. Grade B

Don S (au) wrote: I've taken a day to digest what I saw before writing this review. That makes it sound like there is just so much that happened in the film I had to sort it all out before writing. Not quite. I've been struggling with figuring out just what this film was trying to accomplish. One one hand, you have a deaf mute and the horrible way she is treated by just about everyone in the movie. And because she is deaf, she becomes the perfect sounding board for all the characters to confess their inner feelings, sins, and insecurities. On the other hand, you have the taboo subject of incest, and the degradation of the daughter who is the victim of it. Two horrible subjects that can't possibly make this film entertaining. So, was it supposed to be educational? Was its purpose to be artsy? I don't know; whatever it is supposed to be, it fails (but not miserably). The acting is decent (I like Cuthbert, and Belle was impressive; Ashmore is always believable.) It does a good job evoking tension in the situations it depicts. Not great by any means, but not filthy or trashy either. A fair movie, worth one view. You wrote this on 10/11/08.

Jason D (mx) wrote: Trancers 5: Sudden Deth is a direct continuation of the story from part 4 (which were shot back-to-back) keeping with the exact same tone and feel, which is vastly different from the first 3 films. Now that the Trancer empire has fallen, the humans attempt to figure out how to send Jack back to his home. Along with the dead Trancer king's son Prospero (who switched sides in part 4), Deth embarks on a journey to the Castle of Unrelenting Terror to fetch a jewel that is capable of sending him home. Aside from dealing with the unrelenting terrors (which are quite hilarious) the castle has to offer, they must also contend with the remaining Trancers whose king (returning Clabe Hartley) is resurrected and looking to get back at Deth. This follows the same formula as the previous one. All sci-fi action has now been replaced with mostly sword and sorcery. The comedy is kicked up much higher in these ones, especially in part 5. The film does sport a nice conclusion that I wish was the final end of the Trancers franchise, but alas, there is a 6th one, which has no Jack Deth in it save for archive footage. Anyone interested in seeing Tim Thomerson as Jack Deth again should check out his small, but cool cameo in Evil Bong. Overall, part 5 is a nice end piece to part 4, but still very different and a far cry from the first three films. Not bad though.

Leia C (kr) wrote: I know it's not brilliant or original or stunning by any means, but this movie is incredibly fun. For an action comedy it has really great car chases and crashes. The story is simple, and the actors are funny. I really enjoyed this movie.

JamesMasaki R (fr) wrote: Made way before the scifi explosion of the 1950's, this Dr. Moreau-ish film about a doctor who shrinks his victims to miniature size is a forgotten underappreciated old-school flick. It doesn't compare to Schoedsack's work in "King Kong", but the technicolor special effects, the first for a science fiction movie, are some wonderful stuff. Obviously WWII made a stop to making films like this so the genre languished for 10 years plus...

Shane J (ag) wrote: This was pretty poor,not even a decent shot of gore either. The worst sequel so far

Rob V (jp) wrote: More H.G. Lewis shlock. I thought this one was pretty lame.

Cole W (ru) wrote: The Wrath of Khan improves big over the first movie with a stronger plot, more tension (even with the stakes not as high as the first), better characters, better acting, and an emotional climax. This is the Empire Strikes Back for the original Star Trek movies.

Sol C (jp) wrote: The film was ok, but could have been so much better. They had the right idea but didn't execute it correctly. The film feels like an after school special. It has a very strong anti-bulley message and to be tolerant of others message. The film lacked the style that it needed. Also another director could have done a better job. Rob Reiner in my opinion, would have done a better directing job.The film reminded me of the TV show The Wonder Years. It also reminded me of films like Flipped, The Sandlot, Matinee, and even Stand By Me. Those films are better than this one. I did like the voice over narration in the film.Acting wise, the kids shine here. The adults in the film are supporting players. Of the adult actors, only Ed Harris really makes the most of his role. Randy Orton is miscast in the film. Another actor in that role could have done a better job. Randy feels out of place in the film.

Matt H (nl) wrote: Not very good. Im sure the cops could've done more with all the creepy things that he did.