Hansel and Gretel

Hansel and Gretel

An "electronic puppet" version of the Humperdinck opera, adapted for children and using spoken dialogue as well as Humperdinck's music. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jordon J (es) wrote: There are a few good, R-rated laughs, thanks largely to a cast that makes the most of the material at hand. Still, it ends up being more amusing than outright hilarious. I say SKIP IT!!!

Linda A (br) wrote: I thought the movie was good. It was NOT ludicrous at all. What is ludicrous is the critics' review. Find another job.

Cheri L (fr) wrote: Wow you. Never if your coming or going

Deven P (gb) wrote: This lame remake on an already unbearably boring fright flick can not be approached with enthusiam from the critic inside everyone, no matter how hard they try.

Jim H (it) wrote: Even if you've been living in a cave the last 30 years, and don't know the story of the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team, there's no suspense here. The movie sometimes get bogged down with very clich (C)d scenes and storylines, and you get the sense very early in the movie that there's going to be a "happily ever after" here. Nevertheless, it's a tour de force for Kurt Russell, who not only embraces the role of Herb Brooks, but it's obvious that he did his homework to fully embody what Brooks was all about. The rest of the no-name cast also puts in fine performances when they get their chances. A predictable but thoroughly enjoyable film throughout.

Dustin P (au) wrote: I laughed maybe a couple times or so. I'm a fan of Mel Brooks, spoof films, and Alfred Hitchcock, so I was disappointed that this wasn't better. It may have been well-received back in 1977, but I don't think it holds up very well now. It was mostly pretty boring.

Spencer H (gb) wrote: A horror movie with out horror and with bland as hell characters Final Destination is a pile of bull.

Nate P (es) wrote: This movie has great performances, but it feels more like a boring extended episode of the show rather than and actual Star Trek film.