Moon Man

Moon Man

One night, a shooting star appears, whizzing through outer space towards the moon. Moon Man seizes his chance, grabs the speeding comet by the tail and hitches a ride to earth. This 'attack from outer space' sets the alarm bells ringing in the Presidential Headquarters. While escaping the President and his soldiers, Moon Man sets off on a long journey and marvels at the many wonders the earth has to offer – and he realizes how much children love and need him.

A bored Man in the Moon hitches a ride to Earth on the tails of a passing comet and starts to explore the fantastical creatures and sights of a new planet. But all is not well - the Moon ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Rea K (au) wrote: it cant be easily explained by words, you must watch it and have your own experiment

Greg B (kr) wrote: Waste of time. Took forever to get moving, and wasn't worth the wait.

Paul B (mx) wrote: Sweet film about a tardy coming out with the plot events catalyser by a series of some of the most unfortunate coincidences! Nice songs too...

Kathy D (it) wrote: Not too bad of a movie.

Anders L (es) wrote: A movie that leaves a bitter taste in your mouth and your heart heavy. I really think that Morgenthaler did an excellent job. The crudeness of the animation fits perfectly to the pace of the movie, wich has to be slow, to absorb the story.

Fascade F (jp) wrote: ADD A STAR AND A HALF IF YOU LIkE JEFF BRIDGES IN A MOVIE. IT WAS OK.

Alexander M (jp) wrote: Denne filmen her handler om Curling.N er det lenge siden jeg har sett p`n, men jeg har sett den noen ganger, og jeg syns at den er litt artig!N som det er OL og curling finale mellom Canada og Norge, s passer det veldig bra og se denne filmen her som en oppvarming... hehe :PDem som spiller curling i denne filmen her er ogs p samme niv som Norge, og de mter ogs profesjonelle curling lag.Jeg tror at de Norske curling guttne har sett denne filmen her et par ganger som oppvarmning fr OL, og kanskje hentet litt inspirasjon fra filmen!!! Ikke vet jeg... hehe :PMen det er en helt grei film, syns n jeg!Terningkast: 3

Adam P (kr) wrote: I find Sinbad funny, but many don't.

MRZ HLLyHOOD (es) wrote: my favorite movie ever!

Erika A (nl) wrote: Trust me, this film has comic details, despite its name and that is an Almodvar piece.

Gian C (mx) wrote: I only saw the last 45 mins, but it seems excellent. I loved the concept. I want to watch the rest

Benjamin W (br) wrote: I want to say that this film started the whole "terminal disease = Oscar nominee" trope, considering it's age. And yet, it almost seems formulaic in that respect. Predictable, but still pretty good.And with a very young Humphrey Bogart (and Ronald Reagan!) to boot!

Jeff B (ca) wrote: Evincing quite a suspenseful bite, H'Wood's first mainstream werewolf movie plays out more like a lycan Jekyll and Hyde than the iconic reboot that was to follow. Bafflingly, this entertaining gem never caught fire on either side of the Atlantic, but still deserves to be remembered in its own right. True, it leans a little too closely to Robert Louis Stevenson's classic split personality tome, but shows a lot of teeth of its own. The setting rings true, the story keeps you invested, and the monster convinces. End of story.In this unrated Universal horror flick, the juice of a rare Tibetan flower is the only thing that keeps Dr. Glendon (Hull) from turning into a werewolf during a full moon.Stuart Walker (1934's Great Expectations)s direction proves atmospheric enough and the cast delivers beautifully. While title character Wilfred Glendon (Henry Hull) is never as sympathetic as The Wolf Mans Larry Talbot, his plight nonetheless keeps horror fans' fur flying. Perhaps, the biggest star remains Jack Pierce's pioneering wolfen make-up, experimenting with an early look before going with the now-iconic version Full-Moon-Fever in 1941.Bottom line: Tooth and Awe

Roberta Z (jp) wrote: I was spellbound by this movie. Felt it was well done, well acted and introduced some interesting, important questions. Did it ever hit theatres?