THE PURPLE PARK MONSTER: Tiger is searching for a monster in the park, even though Kipper says there is no such thing. But when they set a trap, the monster they capture is someone they know quite well! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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gary t (nl) wrote: wow.....stunning.....brilliant......i have just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch.......i think that the director of this musical/performing arts/documentary movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie...... think that this is quite a sad movie 2 watch.......its got a great soundtrack throughout this movie........i think that this is quite a funny documentary movie 2 watch.......its got a great cast throguhout this movie.....i think that this is such an enjoyable movie 2 watch......the soundtrack is::Dance Yrself Clean Drunk Girls I Can Change Time To Get Away Get Innocuous! Daft Punk Is Playing At My House Too Much Love All My Friends Tired 45:33 Part One 45:33 Part Two Sound of Silver (intro) 45:33 Part Four 45:33 Part Five 45:33 Part Six Freak Out/Starry Eyes Us v Them North American Scum Bye Bye Bayou You Wanted A Hit Tribulations Movement Yeah (outro) Someone Great Losing My Edge Home All I Want Jump Into The Fire (Harry Nillson cover) New York I Love You, But You're Bringing Me Down the cameos in this movie were/are::There are also fleeting glimpses of Aziz Ansari and Donald Glover in the crowd at Madison Square Garden at 1:10:39. Ansari can be seen crowd surfing during "Yeah" at the 1:08:34 mark.i think that this is such an enjoyable movie 2 watch its got a great cast throughout this movie.....i think that this is such an enjoyable documentary movie 2 watch.....its quite funny in some scenes throughout this movie......i think that this is really sad at the end of the movie but its a great movie 2 watch with a good cast throughout this movie....its such an enjoyable movie 2 watch.....
Robert B (es) wrote: Oslo, 8/31 is both a character sketch and a social drama (and in that aspect it raises questions rather than delivers a message). The film begins strong and then fades, as other reviewers have noted. I put that mostly down to the script as the acting and directing are solid-to-excellent throughout. (Love how the sound mix captures the buzz of city life.) Would recommend to lovers of film, those able to have any kind of pathos for an arrogant addict, or those interested in looking at things from a psychological/social standpoint. Others are likely to find Oslo, 8/31 emotionally unsatisfying.
Mike C (ru) wrote: Nope. Very mediocre look at aging. Skip this one.
Corey B (nl) wrote: One of the best and most honest coming of age stories I have seen in a long time. The accents are extremely thick that it's hard to understand what they are saying but the story is so rich and good. I enjoyed watching this movie.
Theresa P (ag) wrote: might watch it on tv
Jayakrishnan R (nl) wrote: 45%This is all too girlish, perhaps I shouldn't have seen it after all. Aside from Meryl Streep's acting, there's nothing really mature here. All the rest is some fashion junk and some common sex and the city kind of situations.
Tracy K (es) wrote: Wow! What an amazing movie! Adventure through storytelling Native Indian style! Who's philosophys I respect, admire and believe in.
Greg R (mx) wrote: Yes it's bad, but it's a guilty pleasure at least.
Pierluigi P (de) wrote: Deep below its raw surface, of the hedonistic wanderings of our flawed couple, lies a poignant study of the frailty of humanity, how tender and finite life is. The constant shift of tones (perverse, nauseating or shocking things can easily turn warm and affectionate) are the testament of a very capable filmmaker on charge, Verhoeven succeeds by working his camera like a magnifying glass for his character's emotions, and the tougher and uglier, the better, his philosophy of love and life might be that anything that ends, always ends up unwell. A lively, overtly sexual and satirical tragedy.