Meet the Robinsons
In this animated adventure, brilliant preteen inventor Lewis creates a memory scanner to retrieve his earliest recollections and find out why his mother gave him up for adoption. But when the villainous Bowler Hat Guy steals the machine, Lewis is ready to give up on his quest until the mysterious Wilbur Robinson shows up on the scene, whisking Lewis to the future to find the scanner and his mom.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family, Sci-Fi
- Stars:Tom Selleck, Angela Bassett, Laurie Metcalf, Tom Kenny, Daniel Hansen, Wesley Singerman,
- Director:Stephen J. Anderson, Stephen J. Anderson,
- Writer:Jon Bernstein (screenplay), Michelle Bochner Spitz (screenplay), Don Hall (screenplay), Nathan Greno (screenplay), Aurian Redson (screenplay), Joseph
Like all of us, Lewis has a dream, a dream of someday finding a family to call his own. Lewis finds his fate taking an unexpected turn when a mysterious stranger named Wilbur Robinson whisked Lewis away in a time machine into the future. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Meet the Robinsons torrent reviews
(us) wrote: It's at 3 on the scale of 0 to Band Baaja Baarat
(jp) wrote: If you're really fascinated by the Dahmer phenomenon, this will add some horrifying insights from people really close to the case
(es) wrote: In some ways it worked, but by god it wasn't dobe well. It was loyal to the first four movies than the last for sequels, also shaming them somewhat. They'd better make that fucking remake
(us) wrote: This was certainly a different take on Hansel & Gretyl. Very good. Very interesting plot. Pretty fun movie. Some useless deaths and bad camera shots with fights.
(nl) wrote: A short and sweet animated delight.
(ru) wrote: life is a lottery...
(it) wrote: felt like I was thrown into a swamp watching it. But I made it even with Doug Bradley I found myself looking at the clock
(au) wrote: Great, Great, Great Ending
(gb) wrote: This made-for-TV mini-series was kind of similar to "The Odyssey," though I'm not that surprised, it did came from the same studio, Hallmark Entertainment, but somehow, the film was kind of off. I felt I was watching a badly made film with a badly acted cast. I was hoping the film could get at least a little better, but it kind of didn't. I have to be honest, I still prefer the Disney animated version of this attempt. The film's visuals and art direction were exciting, but the special effects were just sad. The film's cast was alright, nothing to rave about, but they at least fit the characters' description, so I have to give the film's some kudos for that.
(de) wrote: I have long since gotten over being easily enamored with tragic tales of the tortured artist. This 1989 story of Camille Claudel, a 19th century French sculptor who studied with Auguste Rodin, transcends being just another tortured artist story. This production explores a woman's will to live life as she desires and her determination to excel artistically despite the current expectations of how a woman should behave. Wonderful, powerfully engaging performances by Isabelle Adjani (Claudel) and Gerard Depardieu (Rodin) allow us to become involved in their passionate struggle. For Claudel, the struggle is to be recognized as a successful artist in her own right; and for Rodin, it is to sustain his reputation as France's supreme sculptor. Eventually, Claudel's struggle is with her own madness; it is a battle that she eventually loses as her family has her committed to a mental institution during the last 30 years of her life. Absolutely beautiful cinematography that transports the viewer to 19th century France also raises this movie to a higher level. Visually, the movie is so compelling that it makes it easy to respond emotionally to this tale of passion about human will, and the intertwining roots of madness and creativity.
(ag) wrote: Way better then I expected.What a good movie
(us) wrote: pretty sure its the fantasy of every middle aged man to be desired by a youngling who can't seem to take her hands off him...its a comedy for sure to waste the night away.
(nl) wrote: It may be dated, but it is a fantastic war movie, esp. concerning the budget. What it lacks in authenticity, it makes up for in story, rawness and grittiness. The people that are treated the best and take the least risks should be deemed the "heroes." How many people can say they've seen this power trip before in their lives? Look around you, its everywhere.
(ru) wrote: Well dated over the top film from William Klein that starts out as a feast for the eyes satire of American ideals that becomes far too absurd for it's own good. Klein does do a fine job with what he is trying to make, but by the time you are half way through with the film the craziness just becomes boring and is no longer any fun. Still a nice piece of 70's werid cinema that will still make you happy if you think you've seen everything. Don't miss the credits.
(mx) wrote: My cat Peaches enjoyed the first 20mins or so + then fell asleep..It was a bit long.
(ca) wrote: A masterpiece of silent film...a montage of gorgeous (and influential) cinematography set against orchestral music, "Man with a Movie Camera" is one of my all-time favorite films.
(mx) wrote: This movie is funny as shit!! Billy Bob Thornton could make a movie solely of him yelling profanities, at random people and I would definitely pay to see it. I think this is the only way the dude is funny,and it works for him for teals
(it) wrote: You won't see anything new in this movie, but this bleak and realistic drama filled with strong performances is another reminder of how cruel life can be, but still we have to preserve what is good in us.
(de) wrote: If you have an IQ below 70 you will enjoy this movie.
(nl) wrote: Substandard for Wes Craven with a really bad finish. Failed to create much 'buzz' or even a sequel. Would recommend Lyle Alzado's DESTROYER over this. Pinker goes from arrested to the electric chair seemingly overnight; swifter justice than Texas.