Madicken på Junibacken
Madicken never means for anything to go wrong, but somehow it gets that way. Neither this time, when her little sister got a concussion, and it's not her fault that she puts a pea up her own nose.
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John D (it) wrote: 1 star for the effort. Definitely one of the early generic crap straight to dvd release this year. Lol for the acting by the way.
Mercdes Y (ag) wrote: My fave horse movie!!!
JY S (de) wrote: The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury is an animation that Peter Chung does right.Bridging the gap between Pitch Black and The Chronicles of Riddick, this 30 minute story has the potential to be a full length picture of its own. A giant space ship, a dark minded villain, and some sci-fi creatures all make for an intriguing watch.The visuals have that Asian mature look, which is what the Riddick universe is all about. In regards to the action, the violence is mature, although the blood intensity is mild.Vin Diesel's voice is bland as the Riddick character requires, but it does feel a bit off hearing it on an animated character. Rhiana Griffith, Nick Chinlund, Keith David, and Tress MacNeille fill out the supporting characters with favorable voice work.With a brief run time, it's hard to pass up The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury. Recommendable.
MF J (de) wrote: A good movie about a doctor with very curious methods.
Stuart K (us) wrote: From Walt Disney, directed by Robert Stevenson (Mary Poppins (1964), The Love Bug (1968) and Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971)), this is an adaptation of the 1970 novel The Great Dinosaur Robbery by David Forrest, only the books setting was relocated from New York to London, something uncommon in films both then and now, but by doing this, they got a brilliant British cast to work in the film. Set shortly after World War 1, Queen's Messenger Lord Southmere (Derek Nimmo) has just come back from China with the microfilm to the secret formula to Lotus X, back in London, Southmere is chased into the Natural History Museum by Chinese spies led by Hnup Wan (Peter Ustinov), where he hides the microfilm in the leg of a large dinosaur skeleton. It's here Southmere meets his old nanny Hettie (Helen Hayes), who tells her what's happening before Southmere is captured, so Hettie, along with fellow nannies Emily (Joan Sims) and Susan (Natasha Pyne) to try and retrieve the microfilm, and rescue Southmere from the Chinese Spies, but it gets out of hand. There are a few stereotypes here that you'd never get away with now, but that doesn't seem to matter, as it's still entertaining to watch, and has appearances from the likes of Deryck Guyler, Joss Ackland, Max Wall, Bernard Bresslaw, John Laurie, Amanda Barrie, Joan Hickson and Roy Kinnear!!
Hugo G (es) wrote: Great performance from Samantha Morton, as well from the rest of the cast, but she carried the whole movie on her shoulders through very rough and happy times. Still, it's supporting cast was very good and added a lot of input to the movie. Overall, the story wasn't as the usual cancer type of movie, but because of its more lively tone it wasn't as depressing or melodramatic as I thought it would be.
Dylan D (us) wrote: Stuart Little banks on big special effects and broad, sweeping emotions to succeed. It's not the best movie in either category, but it's a heartwarming hard-worker that should please younger audiences and satisfy adults, despite its generalities and transparent plot. The acting is a little forced and unnaturally friendly but the humans effortlessly interact with the special effects. This is a harmless little motion picture that accomplishes all it sets out to achieve, which is primarily to showcase groundbreaking special effects and tug at the old heartstrings.