Kiara the Brave

Kiara the Brave

King Maximus's Dreamzone empire is threatened by his brother Badmess and Dr. Ozox.

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Kiara the Brave torrent reviews

Luciano G (mx) wrote: it was entertaining because of the bad acting from most of the "kids."... even though it was bad acting, it was funny, which made it entertaining to some extent....

James W (fr) wrote: i saw this like last year when i saw 'the paper man' before Wreck-It Ralph.but this short film 'The Blue Umbrella' doesn't really be better then the paper man but still the animations in this it just fantastic is beautiful is very detailed, and a ok story be told to the audience, do have chance see this in anyway. or just go to monster university. right before the film, there is is beautiful and intelligent short film!

Mike M (gb) wrote: Dvortsevoy leaves us in no doubt as to the vast, wide-open space of the steppes - his camera can't help wandering off to observe the interactions between dogs, donkeys and dust storms - but his film surprises by playing out chiefly as domestic drama, not so much kitchen-sink as inner-yurt... The whole film resolves to throw back the tent flaps and open a window onto a particular world that - despite recent incursions into similar territory ("The Story of the Weeping Camel", "Mongol") - remains unfamiliar and fascinating. It's a fairly formidable corrective to the dumb-peasant Kazakh caricature of "Borat", to boot.

Countess N (ag) wrote: 20th April 2011Cant fault this movie it just wasnt for me.

Nicki M (ru) wrote: An 80's movie I actually hadn't seen! Bit far fetched, especially the end - only thing that guy would have got in real life was a kicking - but mildly amusing and has the 80's comedy thing going for it. Glad I had a chance to see it.

Matthew S (nl) wrote: There can be no denying that Frankenheimer's 1966 film has proven to be not only well-ahead of its time -- it is a true work of film art. Thanks in large part to the genius work of master cinematographer, James Wong Howe, Frankenheimer creates a seething cultural study that remains jarring, disturbing and absolutely unforgettable. It also features Rock Hudson's finest performance. This film is much more than a simple cult classic, it is an astute work of post-modern horror. A repeated viewing only presents more insight. While The Manchurian Candidate remains the director's most noted film, SECONDS is actually far more effective and intimate. This film has inspired more filmmakers than one could list -- the most obvious is David Fincher's THE GAME. But Fincher's film goes limp compared to this long ignored gem. Criterion has issued a 4K restoration of this movie that should not be missed. Brilliant.

gary t (fr) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch.......its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie....i think that william henry, george lessey, kathleen howard, marsha hunt, fay holden, samuel s hinds, felix bressart, walter pidgeon, greer garson play good roles/parts throughout this movie..........i think that walter pidgeon/felix bressart/william henry were great throughout this movie.............i think that the director of this drama/classics/real-life movie had done a great job of directing this movie becuase you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.....i think that this is a really powerful drama movie 2 watch its got a great cast throughout this movie i think that this is a great movie 2 watch

Dylan G (fr) wrote: Yuck, who really calls this funny? How is this even comedy in general??!!!! F

Dave P (us) wrote: Really bad 80's movie, but some reason I love to watch it