Hocus Pocus

Hocus Pocus

After 300 years of slumber, three sister witches are accidentally resurrected in Salem on Halloween night, and it us up to three kids and their newfound feline friend to put an end to the witches' reign of terror once and for all.

The film content: More than 300 years ago, 3 witches were killed, but then the witch's soul was incarnate in the magical black cat. What will happen? Secrets and problems are ahead. What await him? Enjoy the film to discover by yourself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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John V (br) wrote: The Election of Barack Obama offers viewers an all-access pass to campaign life on the road to the White House and the unprecedented grass roots effort that supported him. The film follows the former Senators path from the excitement of the first victory in Iowa, to the struggles of a long and grueling primary campaign, and finally to his historic inauguration as president of the United States. It is a wonderfully shot documentary following the 19-month campaign that worked out primarily because participants were focused and passionate, because their cause was just and their charismatic candidate rocked. Few political campaigns in US history have been as dramatic as that of President Barack Obama, who overcame a fierce primary battle, an ugly general election campaign, and ultimately managed to become America's first African-American president. By The People: The Election of Barack Obama is a compelling account of that campaign featuring never before seen footage of Obama behind the scenes, as well as interviews and candid moments with family, senior campaign staff, volunteers, reporters, supporters and even opponents. Simply unmissable!

Ashley H (es) wrote: So real and so common it makes me want to leave the planet to set up a secular colony in another solar system entirely.

Devin H (gb) wrote: very, very ridiculous. good times.

Jamin M (us) wrote: As a huge fan of the anime, I was generally satisfied with this film. The animation here is freakin' fantastic. So crisp, so detailed. The animation team really brought their A-game. The show has great animation, too, but this just knocks it out of the park. The music by Yoko Kanno and the Seatbelts is good. The Bebop crew is as lovable and fun to watch as always. The English voice cast does a wonderful job as usual. The narrative, while nothing fantastic, is wholly entertaining throughout. The action scenes are exhilarating and kept me on my toes. Vincent was a very interesting and intimidating villain, and Elektra was decent. I think what I especially liked about it was that we do get to see Spike open up a little and show more of his true self. He told Elektra things he's never even told Jet, his best friend. There's a even a short scene where he plays around with some little boys. In the series he says he hates kids, so seeing this side of him is welcoming and it's a very nice expansion of his character. Now, when it comes to this movie, fans are pretty split. Some see it as a huge disappointment. Others see it as a great adaptation of one of the greatest anime series of all time. While I do in fact like the film, I'm not gonna act like it isn't without flaws because I do have some gripes with this movie. For one thing, the film doesn't have any space-related scenes. Part of the fun of the series is that it has a futuristic/space setting, and the fact that we didn't see outer space at all was pretty disappointing. The action, while great, was kind of minimal. There wasn't as much as I would've liked. Adding to that, there wasn't a variety of characters in the action scenes. Most of it is Spike and Vincent. We don't really get to see Faye or Jet engage in some of the action. Speaking of Faye and Jet, they were pretty underused, especially Jet. Faye does a few cool things, but Jet didn't do that much. I mean, he helped out the crew, but he just didn't have much time to shine. Something else that people complain about is the film's pacing. A lot of people say it's pretty slow and, yeah, I suppose the film did get a little too talky, but it wasn't agonizingly slow or anything. Even when characters would engage in conversation, I was legitimately interested. Also, like a lot of people, I felt the film was a bit too long. It could've been at least twenty minutes shorter. The music, while good, didn't have as much jazz as it should have. I was upset that Tank! wasn't used in the film. While the story is solid, it doesn't quite reach the richness or poignancy of some of the show's stories. Finally, the film ended rather abruptly. There didn't seem to be much of a real conclusion. It just sort of stops. But, hey, despite all of this, I still enjoyed Cowboy Bebop: The Movie. It may not quite reach the heights of the series, but I'm sure Shinichiro Watanabe and his team did their best. It's true that the issues I listed prevent the film from being great and I was definitely disappointed with the film in a handful of areas, but it's visually awesome, it's got loads of style, it's got cool dialogue, it's acted well, it's written well, it's got some intense moments, though-provoking moments, funny moments, and I still got to see the characters I know and love. I think it's a decent, entertaining film. I can see why some fans were disappointed and it definitely has its problems, but for me, I'll most likely watch it again.

Dave A (gb) wrote: Mullet Hood. Still plenty of swash in the buckle. This could be a steampunk Robin Hood with the addition of Morgan Freeman's Azeem and all the progressive philosophy and technology he brings with him. Alan Rickman earns the Basil Rathbone award for dirty deeds done dirt cheap. What differs between Alan Ladd and Kevin Costner is that Ladd's Robin was a larger than life hero and myth fully realized. Costner's Hood was more the modern-day myth-buster. The Everyman that rises to the heroic occasion. Sometimes that works, sometimes it doesn't. The scenery is pretty breathtaking.

Sebastian B (br) wrote: What's happening in the new "high-tech" spa? Cool movie with bodypumping people and a little nudity ;)

Steve J (ag) wrote: One of a string of unqualified masterpieces by Fellini, who remains one of the very greatest of all filmmakers. Utterly unique and stunningly beautiful.

Massimiliano S (us) wrote: "La ragazza con la valigia" is a good melodrama where many of the typical ingredients of the genre are mixed up to create a fascinating movie. It could be an impossible love story between the poor girl and the rich man, but the man is a teen-ager and the girl, in spite of her beautiful babyface, has the charming complexity of a real woman. It would be better to see it as the fantasy of a teenager and its repression. Maybe even as the fantasy of a young woman who finds her pure loving but too young prince charming. The power of feelings of the age when a boy is no more a boy and not yet a man is mixed with the power of the sexuality of a Claudia Cardinale at her best, constantly followed by the camera of Zurlini. The result is a love story that was shot with delicacy, no shout, whispered with the light touch of a hand, an intense stare, a passionate gesture, a lot of vitality and a big "if...".

Katv M (us) wrote: At least the Main couple had chemistry. The fight sequences were pretty good for being the kinda movie it was. Plot was of course, blah but that was expected.

Nonya B (br) wrote: I get lost in this movie every time I see it for it's so hot, sexy, and steamy I can watch this flick over and over again and never get tired of it.