Gulliver's Travels

Gulliver's Travels

Gulliver washes ashore on Lilliput and attempts to prevent war between that tiny kingdom and its equally-miniscule rival, Blefiscu, as well as smooth the way for the romance between the Princess and Prince of the opposing lands. In this he is alternately aided and hampered by the Lilliputian town crier and general fussbudget, Gabby.

A Englishman returns after a long time abroad and tells his strange stories about the lands he visited which are allegories about the real world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Gulliver's Travels torrent reviews

Ravin H (kr) wrote: 00.00000000000000000000000000000000001%

heather s (ca) wrote: how do we watch this film anyone tell me please

Marcus M (ca) wrote: Amazing. Why have I never seen this movie!!

Silvestre S (it) wrote: This flick really ruined the childs play series to this point turning one of the most frightening villains in horror movie history and turning him into a sex crazed maniac with low interest level it seems every good thing has been ruined about this antagonist.also the dark comedy to this point doesn't help at all and actually ruins everything that made chucky scary.

Rahima D (jp) wrote: Great performance by Diya Mirza and I loved Arjun Rampal's character :)

Orlok W (mx) wrote: Gettin' Square hits its mark--Top Aussie caper movie!!

Sean A (br) wrote: I probably would have liked it more but I'm not cultured enough on Austrailian accents I guess...

Your Gay Boyfriend (us) wrote: "Cinderella II: Dreams Come True" is clearly more geared toward a younger audience. But I couldn't help but get the feels (Typical with all Disney films) ...Wasn't Disney's best but Anastasia's chapter of the movie was just simply adorable. It's not a waste of time for those true Disney (& romance) lovers.

MF J (kr) wrote: Incredible cartoon, this film is brilliantly done and directed with a lot of passion by an incredibly talentuous man very attached to details and precisions. A great little film.

Daria G (de) wrote: I'm surprised to see such a low rating! This used to be one of favourite childhood animations - it's exciting, fun and adventurous. I recently re watched the film and also saw very positive messages - believe in yourself, be brave, work in a team... I Think one of the reasons I loved it so much as a kid is that the heroes aren't run of the mill - it's refreshing and inspiring, especially when you can relate to the characters.

Ville V (mx) wrote: A completely ridiculous film about Chuck Norris's exploits in Hong Kong. You get laughable slow-motion scenes, rough violence, Chuck in numerous awful outfits and to see what family life is like if you're part of Chuck's dynasty.

Jack G (ru) wrote: why did I ever say this was a 'not interested' movie? if only more romantic comedies were like this. Gregory Peck could be charming!

Cory T (us) wrote: Prophesied by Stephen King to be the new savant of horror, novelist Clive Barker doesn't laxly embark on big-screen descents. For Barker, the scariest concept is the mundane depravity of people via occult influences ala Candyman and Hellraiser. To that extent, the disciples of Nix "The Puritan" (Daniel Von Bargen) are the most frightening components as they skin human and animal carcasses in a hypnotized daze of worship. It could be contended that Lord of Illusions is his most ambitious with its emphasis on FX-augmented black magic and Phillip Marlowe film noir. With a five-o'clock shadow and Budweiser-gulping, self-loathing style, Scott Bakula is a chiseled 50's detective but he is too passive to be the grizzled hero. Barker can conjure phantasmagorical visuals that seep into the subconscious (ex. A fortune teller with scalpel acupuncture through his midsection and hourglass sand pouring through a body.). The most dastardly of which is Swan's (Kevin J. O'Connor) macerating death on stage in front of a packed auditorium from falling swords on a rotating chandelier. Bargen, in his resurrected form, is chilling with the piebald outline of an iron-maiden mask around his face and his pineal gland throbbing on his forehead. His voice is now a baritone rumble as he preaches about "wisdom from beyond the grave". Most hocus-pocus flicks err on needless gore but Barker is too thought-provoking for such a fate. He intelligently asks whether the messiahs utilized trickery for their miracles and if demonic spirits are responsible for true acts of mysticism. The special effects are not faultless. For instance, a holographic security guard and triangular origami are too artificial and rudimentary in a post-1995 world. But the gooey reanimation of Nix is a symphony of pulsating ectoplasm like Frank in Hellraiser. Mindless sycophancy is a spine-tingling area to explore and Barker really taps into the terror of a group of brainwashed lamb under the spell of a supernatural deity. In his repertoire, Lord of Illusion is Barker's operatic sorcery opus.

007 W (au) wrote: It's fine, not really bad to me but fine