Monkey Up

Monkey Up

With their parents preoccupied with their new careers, a young girl and her brother befriend a talking monkey who is struggling to be taken seriously as an actor.

With their parents preoccupied with their new careers| a young girl and her brother befriend a talking monkey who is struggling to be taken seriously as an actor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Monkey Up torrent reviews

tj M (fr) wrote: jump scares. not horrible.

Jared F (fr) wrote: seemed more like an exploitation film than anything. I know it's supposed to have a noble message but I'm not havin' it.

Screaming N (br) wrote: ganda!!astig mga the moves!!

Bruce B (es) wrote: A very good movie about a women seeking revenge for the death of her husband when she see's the man responsible for his death and her daughters death back on the streets. A thriller and drama with many twist and turns. 4 stars 7-3-12

Kerry H (ru) wrote: Really funny film. Your left routing for the underdogs who you just fall in love with. Can't wait to show this one to my little girl when she's older I'm sure she'll love it just as much as I did.

Brandon S (de) wrote: Creative, fun, and utterly harmless. When I think of the classic Rankin and Bass TV Christmas specials, I don't think of "Rudolph" or "Frosty the Snowman," but I immediately think of this lovely little gem.

Nadine S (gb) wrote: One tiny, prejudiced town vs A crippled Spencer Tracey. Spencer Tracey overcomes. An interesting film with a message.

Jeff B (ru) wrote: Terrific and moody visuals highlight a very good film noir. Dick Powell could have punched up the way he delivered Marlowe's sarcastic jokes, but he served fairly well as the famous private detective. I really liked the story framing segments.

Kevin B (us) wrote: Good only because 1. Boris Karloff is in it 2. Lon Chaney is in it and 3. It's got all three monsters in it!

Sean H (au) wrote: Everyone drowns. The End

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