Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer

Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer

Third-grader Judy Moody sets out to have the most thrilling summer of her life.

Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer chronicles third grader Judy Moody's adventures in which she sets out to have the most thrilling summer of her life with the help of her little brother Stink and fun-loving Aunt Opal. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer torrent reviews

Moshe V (br) wrote: Brillant/sexy/intemporel/

Colleen P (ru) wrote: I had this in my queue, avoided it forever, and then sat down for a doc on a Sunday afternoon and thought... maybe it's just about the politics, I'll give it a shot. Nope. There was a very nice lady. She had a very bad cancer. Ended up spending a good chunk of the afternoon in tears. (There are politics in there too.) Totally worth it though. It was an abstract idea; it just seems obvious that people should be able to choose for themselves. This doc makes the idea kind of visceral. How this isn't legal everywhere is beyond me.

Har R (nl) wrote: if its from the guys who made superbad and knocked up, you know its gonna be funny

Juan C (kr) wrote: Lo que prueba que las pelculas independientes son muy buenas! Que historia, que actores!

Jonah W (ag) wrote: A fun monster thrill-ride.

Jobo Lito F (ca) wrote: extravagant and must see! (i just hate the singing voice of zaara, kinda remind me of our old lady neighbor singing when shes drunk)

Cameron M (de) wrote: With stellar special effects and suspenseful navigation scenes, Poseidon is a less cheesy more thrilling remake than The Poseidon Adventure but lacks the depth and character development to make it a fully winning film.

Mathew Y (de) wrote: a little treasure in my heart.

Julie P (gb) wrote: Loved it. Simple. 3 generations of sexual frustration all culminating in ...

Hannah C (mx) wrote: seen better but was funny

Jordan M (br) wrote: intresting...might check out

Brock R (fr) wrote: Not memorable in the least. Except for the cassette tape part.

Kenneth S (ru) wrote: Fun, funny, but brainless, BEACH BLANKET BINGO features those '60s teen sensations Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello. There's dancing on the beach, a mermaid, bikers, skydiving, and Buster Keaton. Yes, Buster Keaton in a hilarious side role. The film has plenty of groovy music to get you moving, but little to nothing in the way of creativity.

Stuart K (us) wrote: Produced by Joel Silver and Robert Zemeckis through their Dark Castle Entertainment brand, which was set up to produce low budget horror films. This one came from a spec script by Mark Hanlon, which was rewritten by John Pogue (The Quiet Ones (2014)), with SFX artist Steve Beck making his feature debut. It should have been a bit of cheesy hokum, but it feels like a poor man's Virus (1999), if that's possible. It begins in 1962, when a load of passengers on board the Italian ocean liner, Antonia Graza, are killed in a freak accident involving a metal cable. Cut to present day, and a boat salvage crew, consisting of Captain Sean Murphy (Gabriel Byrne), Maureen Epps (Julianna Margulies), Greer (Isaiah Washington), Dodge (Ron Eldard), Munder (Karl Urban) and Santos (Alex Dimitriades) are taken to the Antonia Graza, after a tip-off by Canadian pilot Jack Ferriman (Desmond Harrington). They find the ship, and after exploring it proves to be dangerous, they attempt to tow it to the nearest port, however they end up getting picked off one by one by someone. This should have been a bit of cheesy fun, but it ends up being more dull than entertaining, all the cast concerned end up over-acting to the high hilt. Despite it's low budget and getting slammed mercilessly by the critics, it still turned in a tidy profit. Needless to say, Beck hasn't directed another feature films since.

Eugene B (gb) wrote: Even its attempt at an emotional send-off is flat like the humor and script. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb continues to squeeze out its historical puns and adventure until there isn't a drop left, even the stellar cast, including the last act of the great Robin Williams, isn't equipped to save this film. 2/5