It's the harshest winter in memory, and the gnomes' very existence is in danger. Eager to help, Queen Fjellrose betrays one of their strictest rules and goes out looking for the Blue Horn, a magical instrument that can alter the weather. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Magic Silver II
a story that describes Bluerose as blue mountain queen who wants to get a blue trumpet located in gray mountain and want to change the severe weather. he teamed up with the king of the red mountain.
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Margarita M (mx) wrote: This movie was a great love story !!!! Loved it !
Patrick C (kr) wrote: One of the absolute worst films I have ever seen. I say this admitting the I loved "Beverly Hills Chihuahua" and will watch and love pretty much any dog movie ever made. In fact, I am pretty sure when they are talking about making dog-movies they have a word for suckers like me. This one was stupid, trite, ridiculous and unenjoyable. Save the one hour and twenty four minutes.
JeanMarie L (kr) wrote: Un point de dpart pas inintressant, mais l'criture laisse dsirer. Le rsultat est un peu laborieux et manque de subtilit.
Gino P (de) wrote: Hilarious and over the top, but still felt genuine. Crazy.
Anton T (ca) wrote: Un pli muy interesante sobre una historia muy violenta de Espaa/Pais Vasco...
Ryan O (us) wrote: Real feel good funny film, plus it's got the greatest rock band on earth KISS!
Alexi A (gb) wrote: Jim Jarmusch's ''Ghost Dog'' is gritty and packed with action, but also makes the public have sympathy for the main character and delivers clever dialogue and some philosophical thoughts.
Private U (de) wrote: I didn't mind that the story was told in flashbacks, but I seriously preferred the characters when they were played by Penelope Cruz instead of their older, present-day versions.
Carlos G (it) wrote: Well, it was a movie to promote in some way the raising star of Lea Thompson. I think its a soft movie to enjoy easy. Do not expect high comedy, but is enough to get some laughs.
Andrew P (gb) wrote: A classic '80s post-apocalyptic action film. It ranks right up there with CYBORG. The dialogue is spectacularly bad, the acting is sub-par at best, and it's incredibly predictable... and that's why I love it!
Devon W (es) wrote: First half of the movie is filled with wonderful scenes and genius filming, the ice skating being the highlight. It tapers off into a standard camp 80's slasher to finish off though, but meh, still enjoyable and well done.
Sarfara A (es) wrote: Cat's Eye (OR - Stephen King's Cat's Eye) - thriller film directed by Lewis Teague, and script written by Stephen King. An anthology film that borrows three stories to correlate with each other, namely 'Quitters Inc.'/The Ledge/General. Starring James Woods and Drew Barrymore (as a kid). Quitters Inc. - Film begins with cat chased by the dog. She jumps onto a delivery-truck and arrives in New York City - here she imagines a dummy in the display turning into a kid-girl asking for help. Soon we see the cat captured and taken by the Quitters Inc. James Woods a chain-smoker visits Quitters Inc. as recommended by his buddy to help him quit smoking. The doctor shocks him by telling that everytime he draws out his cigarette, he (Dr.) would target his wife and kid - later he is given a demo to see, in which the Cat (captured earlier) is given minor electronic shots. The Ledge - The Cat arrives in Atlanta, where she is picked up by greedy casino-owner (who's fond of gambling). He abducts a tennis-player with whom his wife is having intimate relations. He asks the man to go around in circumference of the penthouse building, on his top-floor over the exterior-edge-not only he would pardon him but also let him have his wife. General: Finally the cat arrives in secluded town, where she finds the little girl (Drew Barrymore) who was asking for the help. She notices tiny monster creature hopping inside her house, to harm her. The girl's parents do everything to keep the cat out from releasing disease or whatsoever.I would never call this as a horror film, instead it falls in the category of 'fantasy' and 'thriller'. Apart from the final part (General)-which contained mediocre special-effects and laughable lighting inside the house; the rest of the two of the opening parts simply did everything for me, both in terms of sustaining satiric dialogues and scene while also scaring the crap out of you.
Yukon C (gb) wrote: so bad i don't know where to begin. i just want my 118 minutes back...
Bengt W (ag) wrote: Mest sevrd fr att Dean Martin spelar sig sjlv p ett stt som han aldrig skulle tilltit ngon annat att gra. Sanslst och verraskande med flera tunga one-liners men storyn str och vger lite fr lnge.