Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time

Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time

Kim and Ron start out a new school year, only to find out that Ron's family is moving to Norway. This puts a strain on their partnership, just as Dr. Drakken, Monkey Fist, and Duff Killigan team up to find and use an ancient time travel device to rule the world. Attacking Kim in the past, present, and future, can these villians succeed? Or will an unforeseen force be more destructive?

Kim and Ron start out a new school year, only to find out that Ron's family is moving to Norway. This puts a strain on their partnership, just as Dr. Drakken, Monkey Fist, and Duff Killigan... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time torrent reviews

Nick B (nl) wrote: Worth one watch. I'd be lying if I said it didn't give me a knot in my throat at times. And it made my friend cry. So be ready for that.

William James S (gb) wrote: Exceptionally bad movie. It's based on a Toy? A toy I've never heard of. And if I had any kids who brought one home, I'd make them take it back.

Megan S (kr) wrote: it was a good movie. weird moments but that's what made it good. I have not read the books to even try to compare but usually the books are better then the movie anyways. watched it as a family and everyone was interested. only 4 stars cuz not sure of we watch it again or own it, but if there is another we will watch it when it comes to DVD. worth a watch for sure.

sitenoise (it) wrote: Sono does kids way better than adults, so even though this film is a bit disjointed it hits some very fine marks. The two teen leads are decent enough, the adults are cardboard cutouts, and kind of silly. And the hopefulness he tries to achieve only gets applause because he tries for it, not because there is any hope in the movie.

Patrick C (br) wrote: Not as bad as one might think for a Sci-Fi original. There are some really funny moments and it is a great cheesy horror flick. In fact the story is pretty original, if not far fetched.

Josh S (us) wrote: Time to find a wedding!

Muhaimin Z (jp) wrote: its so sad that they had to horrifically die dat way...

Federico V (kr) wrote: This film is amazing; characters are great, Harrelson is the greatest as usual in Ron Shelton's films, Banderas is ok, dialogs are amazing too. All with the unconfondible mark of Sheldon that i adore.Superb, u have to see it. 29% is an insult...

dfw f (es) wrote: Mrs. Dalloway (1997) Mrs. Dalloway The Novel by written by Virginia Wolf. This film version of Mrs Dalloway was made in 1997 by Dutch feminist film director Marleen Gorris (maker 1 of my fave films- Antonia??s Line). It was adaapted from Woolf's novel by British actress Eileen Atkins and starred Vanessa Redgrave in the title role. Redgrave is Dalloway ??hosting dinner parties which the main subject of the film. In Mrs. Dalloway all of the action, excepting flashbacks, takes place on a single day in June. It is an example of stream of consciousness storytelling; every scene closely tracks the momentary thoughts of a particular character. Very interesting British movie. Kudos go to all who participated in making this wonderful film. Vanessa Redgrave, as usual, is perfect as an aging dowager who settled for the "safe" path in life instead of seeking adventure and taking risks. When her old flame reappears, she reevaluates her choices and second-guesses the paths that she chose. The film also has a sub-plot about a shell-shocked World War I veteran who is in emotional torment and is inconsolable. The film works on two levels. It shows the interaction between proper British people who speak politely to one another, but the viewer senses that there are fierce and passionate undercurrents and important thoughts that seems to be unspoken. In addition, the film is a clear indictment of the stuffy and snobby British society of Post World War I England, in which a party could be of such importance that a person's reputation could hinge on its success. There is also a feminist slant in the movie. Can a woman who spends her time at home making parties and pleasing her husband ever feel fulfilled? Did Mrs. Dalloway make the right decision in "playing it safe" in life? That is up to the viewer to decide. Meanwhile, revel in the fabulous nuanced performances, the witty dialogue and the beautiful cinematography. This film is excellent.

matt s (it) wrote: It has its moments, but most of this is just throwing material on the wall and seeing what sticks. For me, a lot of it was annoying and didn't stick. Kudos to Soderbergh. His performances were the saving grace of this otherwise thin film.

Lyric B (nl) wrote: Fun and silly. It is like most of the '60s sci-fi films; damsel in distress, curious and witty little boy, hunky and manly lead... all of whom are on a tropical island that has been hiding centuries old creatures. I love movies from this era because they were funny, didn't take themselves too seriously and the men were masculine. 60's films are kind of the anti-Twilight because the men took charge instead of getting into dumb slap fights with eachother. Ah, the women's liberation has destroyed our culture. We must find the fun again.

Jason M (us) wrote: This silly Mike Myers spoof of Sean Connery era James Bond flicks took the world by storm when it was released. It was highly original, funny and had a good flowing plot with tons of non-stop gags. It was a box office success, spawning 2 sequels, one better than the original. This film is not for children as there is much sexual innuendo, despite it based on infantile humour.

Fati A (nl) wrote: it's not as funny as I expected it to be

Evan H (br) wrote: this movie has a feel-good feel to it! It's enjoyable from beginning to end!