J-Men Forever

J-Men Forever

The Lightning Bug has a multi-prong scheme to enslave the earth. First, rock and roll, which the JMen counter with Muzac, then marijuana. Finally, the JMen build a bomb to blow up the moon with, but the Bug beats them to it by self destructing the moon by playing his rock and roll too loud.

The Lightning Bug has a multi-prong scheme to enslave the earth. First, rock and roll, which the JMen counter with Muzac, then marijuana. Finally, the JMen build a bomb to blow up the moon ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


J-Men Forever torrent reviews

molly c (ru) wrote: i love dogs dogs rule

Kimberly J (de) wrote: This is a must see movie for the ladies

Daniel Y (nl) wrote: Ratatouille is one of my favorite Pixar movies because not only is it visually dazzling (like every Pixar movie), not only is it smartly written to where it blends drama and comedy gracefully, and not only do the cast of voice actors do a great job, but it's so downright charming that you can't help but keep a smile on your face throughout most of the movie, which is surprising since our main protagonist is a rat, a very likable and relatable rat for that matter. So, in the end, Ratatouille is a smart, inventive, charming movie that makes you want to revisit it again and again.

Ellen G (au) wrote: Herregud saa daarlig. Forferdelige effekter. Hadde haapet paa at den var litt kul da...men nei!

Phillip J (es) wrote: Lingering, unsentimental, honest, and true. The Dardennes have a way of leaving one stunned at human deprivation, but nevertheless instilling hope after dragging their characters through hell. This balance is one of the many awe-inspiring qualities of their cinema.

Jamie S (de) wrote: Better than it looks. Sweet story, good perfomances.

Bruno K (fr) wrote: Ok, I heard it was inspired by the history of the German black metal band Absurd. If it really is I wasn't able to see the connection, it has not even anything to do with black metal. It's a really B-movie, very amateurish, the characters are pretty lame, real losers, and they act in a quite artificial way wanting to look like metallers. Terrible.

Knox M (de) wrote: Although boasting some great chemistry from Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson, the third entry in the Die Hard Franchise lacks its predecessors' punch.

Matt H (nl) wrote: An underrated movie (in terms of having never seen it mentioned anywhere), anchored by George Burns' lead performance. Not a funny "ha-ha" movie, but an affable and entertaining movie.

James O (de) wrote: Interesting but daft concept. Hard to feel much warmth for any character except Cruz but quite a well made, fairly coherent and entertaining film with a very decent cast.

Charles B (nl) wrote: Nothing new here but a deft, solid, nippy thriller. Exactly what a 15's horror film should be. Andy is unbelievably terrible for most of it (such a clueless milquetoast, even for an eight-year-old) but Hicks and Sarandon are both very decent and the ill-fated Dinah Manoff as sassy BFF is a standout. In retrospect the wedding of Brad Dourif's fantastic vocal talents with Chucky's excellent SFX seems close to genius. Nothing beats the swift transformation of the doll from a cooing mass-market toy of unbelievable blandness (clearly based on The Get Along Gang and suchlike 80's rubbish) to the grinning, sneering gargoyle spitting out Dourif's rancid lines. Making Chucky permanently scarred and ugly in later films dissipated that contrast, which forms the best central idea of the first movie.

Takee A (mx) wrote: "Rio" was a very enjoyable movie, with a fairly interesting plot, amazing screenplay & some awesome animations. I also liked the fact that not one, but all of the songs were very catchy, which is an interesting factor to consider.Carlos Saldanha did a brilliant job in directing this film, and for that reason, I enjoyed this movie almost as much as I enjoyed it when I saw it as a kid.