The story is set beneath Buenos Aires, deep within its labyrinthine subway system, and centers on a train containing 30 riders that has mysteriously disappeared. The subway officials are greatly troubled and so call in topographer Daniel Pratt to help them find it. Unfortunately, the tunnel system is so vast and complex, that Pratt must find his mentor Hugo Mistein for help. Unfortunately, he too has disappeared. Fortunately, he left the system plans behind and as Daniel studies them, he comes to the awful realization that the train, which can be heard but not seen, has somehow become trapped in a fourth dimension. His findings attract the attention of local bureaucrats who are too rigid and pragmatic to accept Pratt's outlandish theory.
Shawn S (ru) wrote: This has an excellent, fun story and a great cast.
Virginie A (jp) wrote: Super film I like comedies and sure Suryaaaaaa
Samuel S (br) wrote: A fun movie that tells you to emrace your differences and to be yourself, the movie has a good message and adventurous story to accompany. The animation is superb and the characters and dance numbers are great. A fun film for all ages
Ms Amanda J (de) wrote: The leads look great. This movie, however, was a disappointing bore.
Dawn C (ag) wrote: Love this film......it's one to watch over & over.
Bryan W (us) wrote: you gotta be kidding me.
Carlos M (nl) wrote: Eminem shows he has a natural talent for acting, delivering a strong performance in this solid underdog story that could have been the first of many for him, and this is a well-written drama despite the linear structure that doesn't really allow for many surprises.
Dingleberry P (it) wrote: I just wish it weren't in black and white.
Rameshwar I (it) wrote: While it has its moments of incredible, the entire movie structure, characters and plot twists feels like just another Owen Wilson movie. I believe this was the last successful movie this band of comics have produced where the mantle has been long passed on to Judd Apatow's protges Seth Rogen, Paul Rudd, Jason Segal and Jonah Hill. John (Owen Wilson) and Jeremy (Vince Vaughn) are buddies who crash into weddings taking advantage of the romantic air and single women. During one of their stints they end up in Secretary Cleary (Christopher Walken) eldest daughter's wedding and make their move on his two younger daughters Claire (Rachel McAdams) and Gloria (Isla Fisher). When John starts to have feelings for Claire, they go deeper than they have always trained themselves to be. Vince Vaughn generates most laughs and best lines in the movie with incredible timing while Wilson was on auto-pilot doing his usual stuff. The brand of comedy is nothing you have not seen before and the most jokes have already been told in different phrasings in other movies. All the characters are stereotypes or caricatures of an ethnicity or social background they belong to, screenplay is too convenient and the movie is a good 40 minutes too long. Too long, too overrated, hardly any fun