Fly Me to the Moon 3D

Fly Me to the Moon 3D

Three young houseflies stow away aboard the Apollo 11 flight to the moon.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:84 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:moon,   rocket,   fly,  

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Fly Me to the Moon 3D torrent reviews

Jon T (de) wrote: It's fine. Just a bunch of random, semi-interesting inoffensive stories strung loosely together with little purpose.

Lukas S (es) wrote: Fred: I wasn't just buying drinks for people; they were for cute girls. There was a perfectly rational, logical, easily-explainable agenda.Violet: So it *was* a playboy or operator move.Fred: Of course. Transparently so.Violet: I admire that. Drinks are expensive.

Jayakrishnan R (it) wrote: 78%Saw this on 18/3/16Sure it has some senseless plot points that might strike you when its all done and over with, but D.J. Caruso has directed the movie effectively with style, pace and flair. The cinematography is also good. The story takes some unconventional story arcs that did surprise me although the identity of the killer is predictable. Jolie is great and Ethan Hawke is also good as Costa.

Shelly B (it) wrote: Love Charlie Sheen in this one. Jon Lovitz is also hilarious. One of my favorites.

Matthew S (it) wrote: - on tv - Nothing wrong with this movie it just failed to keep me interested.

Julie K (gb) wrote: Super funny, a must see.

Daniel D (kr) wrote: Filme antigo de bang bang... Uma corrida de cavalos, onde aquele que est menos preocupado com a corrida quem acaba ganhando!

Poul F (kr) wrote: As a western it works and is made for fans of the genre.

Anthony V (kr) wrote: Strange Cargo makes for good story.

Danielle G (ca) wrote: I enjoyed this more than I thought that I would. I expected much more cheesiness, the kind that comes with the straight to DVD medieval movies I'm used to in order to get my castle and knight fix, but this is played in all seriousness and done quite well. It isn't epic in the sense of Robin Hood or Kingdom of Heaven is, but its small rag tag team of knights, barons and fighters keeps it entertaining amidst all the gore, grit and fighting. If you like medieval movies then most certainly check this one out. If you're a history purist or looking for more epic adventure, then look elsewhere.

Reece L (br) wrote: A scathing satire of the self-serving hubris that results from war, "Paths of Glory" offers up nearly every facet of the army for criticism, condemning army officials looking for promotions at the expense of the lives of their men with complete disregard for human life (army officials presented as hilarious caricatures with put-on affectations who indulge in lavish parties, doll out meaningless/tone-deaf advice, and take credit for the success of their troops), the underlying current of empty patriotism that permeates the entire structure of any war, the indifference that is paid to issues involving psychological trauma in favor of empty machismo, the impossibility of holding those who run the military industrial complex accountable for their actions, the simplistic inadequacy of the army's legal systems, etc.There are several witty juxtapositions involving the brutal conditions of the trenches and the posh living quarters the generals stay in, as well as a blink-and-you'll-miss-it bit about the sanctimonious influence of religion on army structures that is dead on. Most admirable among its heady ideas is the complete contempt it has for empty constructs of "honorable" masculinity, drawing attention to the ridiculous idea of the "strong father figure" who lectures and discipline the poor, childlike underlings who supposedly don't know better, this idea the basis for most of the conservative ideology that is still spewed on broadcast news stations to this day.Kubrick may have been an enigma of a human being, but his films make clear his penchant for progressive thinking and for holding up flawed power structures for ridicule; his anti-war sentiments are boldly on display here. As a piece of his larger filmography, "Glory" is a initial burst of creative and intellectual power that signaled his greatness, and in regarding his work as a whole, it absolutely stands among the best films he ever made.

Rick B (jp) wrote: Seeing Kelly Preston dancing around nude in a sheer gown in the firelight makes this movie worth watching. Kind of intriguing but nothing anyone can't figure out if they stay awake long enough.