Mickey and the Beanstalk
Based on the timeless adventures of "Jack and the Beanstalk," Mickey, Donald and Goofy climb a fantastic beanstalk up into the sky to a place where everything is huge -- the food, the castle and the fearsome giant named Willy who guards a beautiful golden harp! Will Mickey and his friends outwit the giant and make it safely back home?
Mickey, Donald, and Goofy live in a land where everything is dried up and dead. The only food they have is one loaf of bread, even Donald's plans of killing their cow fail. So Mickey ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Mickey and the Beanstalk torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Nem rir, nem chora, somente lamentar a perca de tempo, os atores so opacos e sem vida, o roteiro e desfocado e prioriza banalidades.
(ag) wrote: Sometimes you should just listen to the reviewers on Netflix.
(it) wrote: Reasonably good coming of age film.
(ca) wrote: You have to really pay attention to everything! it can get you puzzled for a while but, overall it's a really good movie.
(es) wrote: From the get go it was very hard for me to get into this movie. I thought the story was so dumb and very hard to believe that there can be a world where humans can not have any feelings. Such a dumb idea. Bale had some great action scenes, but that's it. I couldn't finish the movie either. 1/5
(ca) wrote: Every character was wonderful.
(de) wrote: An incredibly well animated, acted, written comedy with an intriguing, silly, story that'll keep you entertained throughout. A must watch.
(jp) wrote: I have a thing for J-Horror, but this looks downright repulsive...and the title sounds like a Cannibal Corpse song...looks like a horror movie I might watch out of curiosity's sake, but it doesn't look like it'll be something I enjoy...
(nl) wrote: Cheesy romance that i absolutely adore. Check it out...it's jennifer connelly!
(fr) wrote: I can never decide which Lina Wertmuller feature is better, this or Swept Away. I think they are equally as great. Seven Beauties is certainly a cinematic wonder.
(it) wrote: One of the best and most unique of Russ Meyer's films, "Faster Pussycat.." continues to shock audiences and remain as vital as when it opened. The film's focus is a gender flip, with the women as the male leads preying upon some small and impotent men. While the leads are shown as strippers for a brief second, they are better described as adrenaline junkies who just do not give a fuck. The film is incredibly cathartic in its deconstruction of gender stereotypes (which may or may not have been Meyer's intention). His directorial style is fast and furious (a big influence on the MTV style of the 80s as well as post-modern masters like Tarantino) showing that he was way ahead of his time not only in his themes but also his style.
(jp) wrote: Where can I see it. This was my favorite movie as a child.
(de) wrote: I coulda saved Montgomery Clift, the great tragic actor...And he and Taylor are amazing together! Gorgeous Taylor and Clift! Gosh!
(ca) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)
(it) wrote: Not what I thought it would be like.
(fr) wrote: A kind of movie to sit and think for while, a kind of movie which show both us sides, so dark, so shine sometimes, despair and hopefull, suicidal and reborn so many time in this live... sometimes both at the same time.
(ca) wrote: Could Meg Ryan be any cuter in this film? I always watch her movies when I'm down with the flu and want to feel better.