Lalaloopsy Ponies: The Big Show
Hold your horses, the Lalaloopsy girls are welcoming some new friends to Lalaloopsy Land: a group of talking ponies! The ponies are eager to put on a show, but there's a hitch-- their caravan and carousel need rebuilding. With teamwork, know-how, and lots of laughter and fun, the Lalas get the ponies up and running again!
Hold your horses, the Lalaloopsy girls are welcoming some new friends to Lalaloopsy Land: a group of talking ponies! The ponies are eager to put on a show, but there's a hitch-- their caravan and carousel need rebuilding. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lalaloopsy Ponies: The Big Show torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Store this film in the Lullaby section because it came no where close to a horror. This movie was legitimately terrible and I've never had to say that about a movie in my entire life.
(ru) wrote: As a biology major, I really appreciated this film.
(fr) wrote: What a strange movie! Never saw a movie like this before. It's too original and different .This bizarre Brazilian movie without any actor, only with a narrator is like a compelling nightmare. Its haunting images are strangely scary and at the same time thought-provoking.
(ca) wrote: A clever, fresh and funny vehicle that uses twisted humor to address many of society most's explosive subjects, homosexuality, sadomasicism, drug use, drug dealing, racism, wasted youth, and unfulfilled dreams while weaving through the narrative characters that offer the aspirational elements of love, charity, friendship, forgiveness and hope.Viewed without the learned cynicism that darkens our naturally sunny souls, this movie is offers a solid chance to make one laugh and think simultaneously.
(br) wrote: It was a well done and unbiased documentary. However I'm pissed about the gay scene. Fundamentalists Christians are so backwards.
(kr) wrote: saw this when it came out, remembered thinking I liked it, now, it's not so great.
(ag) wrote: Pre-Entourage Adrian Grenier.....cute!! so is this movie.
(ru) wrote: When Michael Jordan and the Looney Tunes characters are mixed together in the film, it becomes crazy. Drawn movie and the right mix of actors just does not work, at least not here, because the plot is too childish, and implausible. Jordan could even embarrass themselves because of this movie, but manages to do quite a positive role in the performance. Finally, you could say two words from the movie: entity smells.
(it) wrote: great film. i totally loved it ^^
(us) wrote: i heard this is really good
(au) wrote: Bruce Campbell = cult classic!
(ru) wrote: Monday, April 28, 2014 (1966) The Meanest Men In The West WESTERN Plays and feels like a really bad made for TV movie, but it's like the only movie where one can see Charles Bronson and Lee Marvin sharing the same screen together. The set up regards a robbery lead by Harge Talbot Jr (Charles Bronson) and company gone wrong since someone ratted him out. The movie centers on Harge trying to find the culprit responsible which is really his psychopathic brother Kalig (Lee Marvin) who had just kidnapped the judge(Lee J Cobb) who imprisoned him. This also happens to be Lee J Cobbs final film appearance. 1 star out of 4
(it) wrote: brilliant film. complete with the evil money lender. its at a time and place, no fancy tricks, no fancy story, just a story. And a great one at that. a aa e ee i ii o oo u uu Anyone going to India should watch this movie
(mx) wrote: This could have been a really good film based off of history. Instead, the creators decided to create a nearly completely fictional film not following actual historical events. One of the largest discrepancies was how the film portrayed, and even centered around, a large group of "Christians" happily burning down the library. Didn't happen. 1.) The library had already been burnt down before the time period portrayed in the film. 2.) Julias Ceasar (not even a "christian") accidentally burnt down the library when he attacked Alexandria around 48 AD.
(jp) wrote: The Midas Box will turn anything put in it to gold. A younger brother is kidnapped for a powerful amulet or key to the box. Then it didn't end.
(de) wrote: To be as fair as possible to Walking On Sunshine, the idea of a sprightly musical based on a range of hits from the 80s sounds as fun it does terrible. Sure the plot of this breezy, extraordinarily well-behaved (hopeful) summer hit is the most contrived, predictable piece of fodder that does its utmost to spent 100 minutes without even attempting emotional engagement (or, as some may argue, attempting but failing drastically), but on the other hand, it's set in sunny Italy, features 'The Power Of Love' and passes the Bechdel test. Just.So here's the deal: there's nothing to actively hateful here. For all intents and purposes it's a perfectly innocent film, wearing its intentions on its sleeve from the very start...it's just a bit naff. While ever possible to do the camp musical in a way that lets you laugh and have fun with it (look at Grease, or even High School Musical), in this case the film tends to be more interested in just partying on itself rather than ever inviting the audience. At times it's a good romp, sure, but it really depends on what the song is and who's singing. Strangely enough, the plot isn't even particularly tailored around the lyrics; some of the songs fit into what's happening at the time, others just crop up when they feel like it. Beyond that, every one of them is treated like a final number, and they often look rather synthetic. Perhaps Les Mis set the mark too high for the realism of the musical, but even so, nothing but the film itself is at fault for lips not always moving in time with the words.The performances aren't bad - the singing quality inevitably varies between individuals - but generally speaking it's well performed. As a huge fan of musicals it's hard to be too down on such an inoffensive piece of fluff, but it's important to look past a few nice songs to really see what's going on underneath it all. Grease, Les Misrables, Jesus Christ Superstar, West Side Story; amongst others, they all have a commentary running through the centre, a story and meaning that actually transcends the music. Walking On Sunshine certainly does what it says on the tin, but it could do with looking down once in a while.