Lego Star Wars: The Padawan Menace

Lego Star Wars: The Padawan Menace

A routine Jedi Academy field trip is turned into a rip-roaring comic adventure in LEGO Star Wars: The Padawan Menace. Tour guide Master Yoda leads a group of rambunctious Jedi Younglings through Senate chambers when he senses a disturbance in the Force. Summoned to help save the Republic, he discovers that one of the Younglings secretly boarded his ship...and has a taste for adventure! Meanwhile, C-3PO and R2-D2 are put in charge of the boisterous group and find themselves in over their heads. As the evil Sith prepare to wreak havoc, it's up to Yoda and the Droids to ensure that their young charges aren't torn to bricks!

A routine Jedi Academy field trip is turned into a rip-roaring comic adventure in LEGO Star Wars: The Padawan Menace. Tour guide Master Yoda leads a group of rambunctious Jedi Younglings through Senate chambers when he senses a disturbance in the Force. Summoned to help save the Republic, he discovers that one of the Younglings secretly boarded his ship...and has a taste for adventure! Meanwhile, C-3PO and R2-D2 are put in charge of the boisterous group and find themselves in over their heads. As the evil Sith prepare to wreak havoc, it's up to Yoda and the Droids to ensure that their young charges aren't torn to bricks! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jeff B (ca) wrote: This felt like what it was: low-budget. Gian DiDonna was the best actor here, and he's been in a whole three roles his entire career.

Pavandeep S (nl) wrote: An amazing masterpiece. Beautiful and entrancing. Each section brought out something unique to the series. The Godard one was spectacular, I was amazed at the way he used his characters to portray ore and the other, some by directors I'm not familiar with, was spectacular as well and the music was magnificent. Aazing shots and beautiful stories.

Jenna I (de) wrote: I didn't really get this movie. It had its moments but I didn't really follow the character development. Brando is too manic- it would have made more sense to me if the movie started with the end and ended with the beginning as far as his personality went. The sex stuff wasn't too shocking nowadays, the chick was unfortunately fairly dumb.

Ctia S (au) wrote: Lido gym, centro produtor de falhados. extraordinrio.

Van R (de) wrote: No, "Hell Canyon Outlaws" director Paul Landres' "The Return of Dracula" has nothing to do with either the Universal Pictures franchise or the Hammer Film series. Instead, United Artists distributed this Gramercy Pictures theatrical release, and "The Return of Dracula" qualifies as an imaginative but minor chiller on a low budget. Landres and scenarist Pat Fielder, who collaborated earlier on the lackluster movie "The Vampire," have taken liberties with the formula Bram Stoker story while channeling the Alfred Hitchcock serial killer thriller "Shadow of a Doubt" as an American family opens their doors to their immigrant cousin, Bellac Gordal, who is none other than the infamous Count. Interestingly, the filmmakers do not acknowledge Stoker in the opening credits, though the name of Stoker??s vampire is mentioned only three times. Dracula rides in a train at one point and later crosses the Atlantic Ocean on an ocean-liner. This is the kind of vampire movie where the undead one can freely enter any place without an invitation. Some vampire lore dictates that the vampire cannot enter a room without the permission of its host. One of the coolest things about this micro-budget effort is the use of dry ice inside the coffins when we gaze upon the vampires. Francis Lederer makes an effectively villainous Dracula with a conspicuous foreign accent. Indeed, nobody ever calls him Dracula to his face and he has no crazy mad assistant. He hails from the Balkans area of eastern Europe. He doesn't dress as lavishly as either Bela Lugosi or Christopher Lee, but he is not derelict. He likes to materialize out of a cloud of mist and the same is true of the poor girl that he transforms into his vampire bride. This Dracula is also shape-shifter, and he turns into a white wolf at one point. Although ??Isle of the Dead?? lenser Jack Mackenzie photographed the film predominantly in black and white, Landres inserts an interesting shot that is in color when our heroes stake a vampire. The last-minute ending is quite ironic, too!??The Return of Dracula?? opens with the following narration as two cars cruise through the countryside on the way to a cemetery: ??It is a known fact that there existed in Central Europe a Count Dracula. Though human in appearance and cultured in manner, he was, in truth, a thing undead, a force of evil, a vampire feeding on the blood of innocent people, he turned them into his own kind, thus spreading his evil domination even wider. The attempts to find and destroy this evil were never proven completely successful. And so the search continues to this very day.?? Like Bram Stoker??s novel, ??The Return of Dracula?? finds our undead protagonist looking for somewhere different to stalk his prey. A half-dozen men led by John Merriman (John Wengraf of ??The Pride and the Passion??) climb out of the two cars and enter Dracula??s tomb to kill him, but they find it empty! The action shifts to a railway station as Bellac Gordal (Norbert Schiller of ??Sign of the Pagan??) explains that living in the Balkans stifles his sense of artistic freedom and so he bids his immediate family farewell to board a train to America where he will stay with his cousin Cora Mayberry (Greta Granstedt of ??Nocturne??) and her family in Carleton, California. When Bellac enters his coach, he meets a mysterious gentleman reading a Berlin newspaper. Not long after he packs his luggage in an upper berth, he turns to scream as the other passenger assaults him. Director Paul Landres edits Bellac??s death scene so that when he screams, the action switches to the locomotive and its eldritch whistle piercing the night with its shriek, the perfect visual and aural metaphor for Bellac??s terror. What makes this set-up so interesting is that Dracula later confides to Cora??s daughter Rachel (Norma Eberhardt of ??Live Fast, Die Young??) that he left Central Europe because he felt that ??My life has been confined. That??s why I came here . . . for freedom. I must have it.?? These lines of dialogue makes ??The Return of Dracula?? a Cold War era vampire chiller. Unmistakably, the Count is bailing out of the Balkans because of Communism.

Sean D (br) wrote: This movie was dumb. Really dumb. Really confusing. The first movie was mediocre, this movie was horrible. Worst Vincent Price that I have ever seen. His acting is on point as usual, but the movie was confusing and terrible.

Dave R (ag) wrote: ya It was kind of a boring movie I didn't find it funny at all

Andrew S (ru) wrote: An emotional, dark, gritty movie, superbly written, directed and acted.Underneath the violence, abuse and suffering is a wonderful love story between two lonely, imprisoned people.

Brigit A (ag) wrote: Where can I see it. This was my favorite movie as a child.

Matt D (nl) wrote: An absolute masterpiece from start to finish. Decades ahead of its time in terms of depicting LGBT characters while also being funny, thrilling, and touching all at the same time. It is hands down the greatest work of Sidney Lumet.

Tom H (au) wrote: 16.10.1998,13.08.2016