Johan Falk: GSI - Gruppen för särskilda insatser
Policeman Johan Falk returns to Gothenburg and starts service at the successful special service GSI, but the relation between the unit and the criminals introduces him to a world he never thought existed.
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melissa f (au) wrote: This is a great family Christmas film its about a woman named Ashley who hates Christmas because she was raised in foster care and has a hard time trusting people and her only friend is Nick and he is a secret Santa he lives in a run down apartment and at every Christmas he will go to the local authorities to see who needs to be helped and he helps them. He gave Ashley dog one Christmas because she was lonely. When Ashley looses his job he employs her and she meets a man and when Nick dies they continue to be the secrete Santa's and Ashley is no longer alone and Christmas became her favourite holiday
devin p (nl) wrote: no thx, even though it has eric bana in it i'm not sure i would liek it.
Ben C (gb) wrote: Nothing like the Tim Burton one, maybe this is even a disgrace(?). I love Pee-Wee, but he is better than this.
Tracy B (gb) wrote: This is possibly the most amazing movie ever made. Challenge to be Free brings the all the realities of living in the arctic to the big screen. You will laugh with Trapper as he plays tricks on his animal friends and cry with him as he is persued by his arch nemesis Frenchy.
Zack B (es) wrote: How sly and genius you are Mr. Bunuel. What a brilliant film, and only 45 minutes!
Tim R (ca) wrote: This head-scratcher kept me thinking "comedy? really?" And ashton kutcher as a corporate mover-and-shaker?! And a romantic lead?!?! Poor writing, horrible acting, abysmal directing. I want the one hour and forty-five minutes back! What a complete waste of time!!
Joanna B (it) wrote: Master-of-tap Mumble (Elijah Wood) is no longer the misunderstood emperor penguin who danced when all the others sang, he is now happy with his mate Gloria (Alecia Moore) and their tiny son Erik (Ava Acres). But little Erik, like his father has troubles with self-expression and refuses to dance. When the amorously inclined Adlie penguin Ramon (Robin Williams); discontent with his romantic prospects as a bachelor amongst the emperor penguins, decides to return home, the acceptance lacking Erik and two of his pals run away and tagging along. Upon Ramon's arrival home though, things are not as he left them. The Adlie penguins' no longer follow the wacky, sweater-wearing Lovelace (Williams) but The Mighty Sven (Hank Azaria); a rare penguin who can fly!With no hope of competing with his son's new charismatic new role model, Mumbles world is shaken. But Erik quickly learns about his father's "guts and grit" as he brings together the penguin nations and their allies from all manners of fabulous creatures to put things right. Returning to the magnificent Antarctic landscape but this time in 3D, Happy Feet Two is funky, fluffy and freezing, but is it twice the toe tapping family fun of its 2006 predecessor. Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 19/12/2011
Al K (br) wrote: Well, I guess it's what you would expect with a parody movie.