London high-society mouse, Roddy is flushed down the toilet by Sid, a common sewer rat. Hang on for a madcap adventure deep in the sewer bowels of Ratropolis, where Roddy meets the resourceful Rita, the rodent-hating Toad and his faithful thugs, Spike and Whitey.
- Category:Family, Adventure, Comedy, Animation
- Stars:Hugh Jackman, Kate Winslet, Ian McKellen, Jean Reno, Bill Nighy, Andy Serkis, Shane Richie, Kathy Burke, David Suchet, Miriam Margolyes, Rachel Rawlinson, Susan Duerden, Miles Richardson, John Motson, Douglas Weston,
- Country:UK, USA
- Director:David Bowers, Sam Fell, Sam Fell,
- Writer:Dick Clement (screenplay), Ian La Frenais (screenplay), Christopher Lloyd (screenplay), Joe Keenan (screenplay), William Davies (screenplay), Sam Fell
After an ignoble landing in Ratropolis, a pampered rodent that gets flushed down the toilet from his penthouse apartment enlists the help of a sewer scavenger in finding his way back to his posh London flat. Along the way, he has to learn a whole new and different way of life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Flushed Away torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: A sensitive and honest portrayal of Paul Kelly and his effect on Australian music. The brilliance of this film is held in the facts that a) Kelly rarely speaks, and instead leaves the word to friends, relatives and musicians; and b) it is not portrayed in a chronological manner. Kelly's work will leave an imprint on Australian society for decades to come. A highly recommended outing.
(us) wrote: OMFG what a rancid pile of bloody, maggot infested feces. Every time I'm positive I've seen the worst movie ever made, someone always manages to amaze me. Every time I think I've seen the worst acting in the history of cinema, someone comes along and proves me wrong. This is the brainchild of Sam Qualiana who, if you watch the credits, did everything except manufacture the camera he used to film this monstrosity. Sam, for the love of humanity, you simply must find another career path. Speaking of the credits, there was a job listed called "Blood". Now, any film that has a whole job dedicated to blood must certainly be splendidly gruesome, right? Ya, not so much. I'm generously giving this "film" one whole star though, simply because it's a shark horror movie, and there were boobies.
(br) wrote: Top 5 worst movie ever.Almost walked out of my own house.Seriously people, nothing good there.Booh !
(au) wrote: This film has great cinematography and setting with great acting involved by Hugh Laurie but lack with storytelling and the direction it wants to go to. But still is a very good film and an emotional ride.
(ru) wrote: The movie is a bit long at the beginning, but picks up during the second half. A real eye opener. A whole lot of people I know swear by bottled water. They don't realize that bottled water is just tap water that was trucked over from the other side of the country. It's way less regulated. And those companies that pump water out of the ground and rivers have a devastating effect on the environment and communities surrounding the water plant. They then sell this tap water for a lot more than people would pay for gas.
(fr) wrote: Not a bad way to kill some time on a boring day, just watched it for Costas, to be honest.
(ru) wrote: My advice is to watch it in english with english subtitles. It's a terrible film but the scenery is nice.
(jp) wrote: I actually didn't mind this
(gb) wrote: One of my favorite romcoms, with Matthew Perry's charming sense of humor and Selma Hayek's beauty and spitfire personality, what's not to like?
(jp) wrote: A great performance by Harrison Ford. And a very heart felt film. About starting over again after tragedy for the better
(au) wrote: Stuntman comedy that's more a show of ego than anything else.
(it) wrote: Holy Moses! This movie has got to be one of my alltime favs. Seen it at least a million times since I was 5.
(de) wrote: this movie briefly reminds me that boys are jerks
(es) wrote: This was Lloyd's third talkie, and it seems he finally got comfortable with dialogue. The whole film was enjoyable, but the formal dinner ball (a la "The Freshman") was wonderful with the mixed-up magicians coat gags being among the best he ever did. His screen tests are a hoot too. There are enough quick but interesting shots in the film to make me wonder if they were inside jokes. Constance Cummings was very good as Mary/the Spanish vixen. Still, you can't help but watch an HL talkie and know that his best days were behind him. Here's an intersting double feature: "Movie Crazy" and "The Bad and the Beautiful." Talk about an inside look at Hollywood.