Moomin and Midsummer Madness
A peaceful summer day in the Moomin Valley is interrupted by a volcanic eruption. At the last minute the Moomin family finds refuge in a strange house. It turns out it's not an ordinary house but a theatre stage where the Moomin Family begins to write a play.
- Stars:Emil Johnsen, Ylva Gallon, Peter Stormare, Margreth Weivers, Örjan Landström, Marie Delleskog, Lars Väringer, Bo Wettergren, Eric Stern, Daniel Adolfsson, Victoria Brattström, Outi Alanen, Stig Hoffmeyer, Vuokko Hovatta, Jarmo Koski, Ilpo Mikkonen, Taneli Mäkelä, Tapani Perttu, Jasper Pääkkönen, Leena Rapola, Elsa Saisio, Johanna Viksten,
- Country:Finland, Austria, Poland
- Director:Maria Lindberg,
- Writer:Iivo Baric (screenplay), Tove Jansson (novel), Minna Karvonen (screenplay)
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Moomin and Midsummer Madness torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Career making performance by Michael B. Jordan. A heartbreaking and eye opening film.
(fr) wrote: Pretty decent Aussie comedy - not the best comedy this year (or next year, as it doesn't come out until February 2013), but definitely not the worst either. Basically, it's a bunch of misfit cricketers who tour India, and I always love the vibrancy of films set there. There's a few good laughs and it helps if you know/like cricket - but you don't have to - and it's all pretty quick, fun & not too serious. Stephen Curry's always good and Brendan Cowell's not too bad - nice that he didn't hog the limelight, seeing as he wrote it. Worth a watch!
(jp) wrote: This is much more than a coming-of-age story, it's an extreme lesson in growing up where the people and environment is dominant over personal aspirations and the portrayal is brutally gritty and well-acted throughout. The story lacks a little direction though as it's not high on plot concentrating more on circumstance and the psychological effects of gang membership, but that is not too detrimental to proceedings.
(kr) wrote: There's an art to making a horror movie with limited resources, one that involves suggesting danger rather than showing it and building tension out of virtually nothing happening. But sometimes suggestions just hang in the air pointing nowhere and virtually nothing happening feels like just that. Just because there's an art to something doesn't make everyone who attempts it is an artist. The Apparition, the first feature by writer-director Todd Lincoln, features a small cast and takes place largely in an empty suburban home, one of the few occupied houses in a California neighborhood filled with unsold lots. It's an eerie premise, but this director does not have any of the talent to pull it off.
(br) wrote: You have his name wrong in the description. It's Dean, not David.
(us) wrote: Buy this movie so we can make a sequel!
(fr) wrote: Doesn't carry on the formula from the first with the same vigour, in fact there are a couple of scenes that they just plain repeated. The little twist at the end wasn't too subtle and pretty obvious straight away. Overall just lacked any tension or the ability for you to care about the main characters. Given it two stars because it is a big bug killing stupid humans, what can I say, I like creature-features.
(nl) wrote: Own it, gotta watch it.
(ru) wrote: I'll have to watch this again to give it a more accurate rating. It's been years.
(mx) wrote: Aggressively pedestrian, this mid 80s Landis offering lacks spark, wit or even hard laughs. A shame as Chase and Aykroyd make for a decent team, and the plethora of cameos make for a cute novelty.
(au) wrote: intense movie willard and big Ben that character development was good and realistic adding your own voices to the rats makes it more fun to watch real emotional but at the same time grounded good visuals on the thousands of rats
(us) wrote: A found-footage film yet not a part of the horror genre, Chronicle separates itself with amazing camera techniques and a compelling story throughout. Centered around three high school boys who gain telekinesis abilities, this film turns into a villain origin story as we see these characters grow darker and progress from kids having fun to dangerous individuals who are not bound by science and don't answer to anyone. The fact that the film doesn't have a soundtrack and contrasts so much from beginning compared to end, plus seeing Michael B. Jordan shine in one of his first major roles makes Chronicle so interesting to watch.
(de) wrote: An unintelligent waste of time that only provides intermittent chuckles at the beginning. Get Hard rehashes the most obvious, uncreative, juvenile jokes for its rich-white-guy-goes-to-prison premise for 100 minutes all while being accompanied with Will Ferrell's schtick of babbling obscenities and nonsense, believing these absurd tangents pass as comedy.