Les enfants de Timpelbach
The children of a small European mountain village end up being its only residents, soon after the adults cannot take their behavior any longer.
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Les enfants de Timpelbach torrent reviews
Andrew H (fr) wrote: So, I originally didn't want to see this at all. Like most people who might read this, I thought it looked too bright and colorful and the first trailer or two didn't do much for me. The final trailer though sold me, as well as constant coaxing and promises from my brother that the movie was going to be amazing. So, I saw it and actually loved it. The only downside was the comic relief provided by the kid brother and pet monkey, but I guess it's true to the TV show, so I can't complain a whole lot. And, as my brother and I were talking the other day, we realized the more time goes by since seeing it, the more we think about all the awesome graphics and other cool parts and the less the brother and monkey bother us. Granted, I'd still prefer the movie without them, but the coolness factor outweighs it. Visually jaw-dropping the whole time. And Racer X was the MAN!
Madeline M (fr) wrote: Anthony Mackie and Kerry Washington deserve more roles and movies like this one. It'll be interesting to see what Tanya Hamilton does next.
Latifa M (au) wrote: Great cast--ok movie...
Lou D (ca) wrote: wonderful story of three separate argentinians on their way down a main highway to the city for their various reasons... one to win a lame prize on a gameshow, one to try to win over a lady and an old man in search of his long lost (runaway) dog. it's a day in life as simple as it gets.
Randy P (fr) wrote: i like Adrien's acting, but this movie just didn't fit him.
Guillaume L (br) wrote: Le film s'ouvre avec de l'humour potache sur un Japon speede, un jeune cadre fade et un Yazuka violent et irritant qui le tient a l'oeil. Ca se poursuit comme un road movie un peu a la "Aguirre" puis tout s'apaise au fur et a mesure que l'on approche de ce village du Yunnan (Chine), perdu dans les montagnes. Le film devient alors plus contemplatif, tres poetique et la psychologie des personnages se trouve modifiee par ce retour a la nature et a une vie simple. Ils en oublient meme le but de leur voyage. Et le plus sensible n'est pas celui qu'on croit. La fin est plus realiste et pessimiste.
Susana P (us) wrote: Highly underrated farce! Excellent comedy acting, beautiful views of Venice. Nothing too complicated to understand. A very pleasant evening's light entertainment.
Riley O (ag) wrote: Almost identical to the greatness of the first film, viewers get another great taste of action and excitement with Gibson and Glover.
Nick G (es) wrote: Awful. Jump cuts galore.+1/2 star for Adam West.
Patrick S (us) wrote: awesome rip of Indiana Jones
Becky K (ru) wrote: Pretty bizarre, and boo the ending with the pig!
Graham L (jp) wrote: Lenzi's movies never fail to entertain, and this one is so blissfully idiotic that it's impossible to be annoyed by its frequent inconsistencies and moments of laziness and ineptitude. Even the slipshod oatmeally make-up job on the zombies is part of its absurd charm. Stiglitz, by the way, is utterly wooden in his role - and only part of that has to do with the movie's wretched dub job. Some of his scenes really, really drag.
Ice R (ag) wrote: Brilliant Tennessee Willaims!
Kathleen D (jp) wrote: The idea of selling your soul to the devil is a scary thought to begin with, but to actually watch it materialize, in moody black and white cinematography...gave me the hebejebes!
Daniel Y (mx) wrote: The Lego Movie is a sweet, hilarious, beautifully animated, and energy filled treat that'll entertain all ages and all audiences alike. It even contains a surprising heart felt story that added a lot to the characters and the story and, surprisingly enough, why the movie is all made out of legos.