Moonrise Kingdom

Moonrise Kingdom

Set on an island off the coast of New England in the summer of 1965, Moonrise Kingdom tells the story of two twelve-year-olds who fall in love, make a secret pact, and run away together into the wilderness. As various authorities try to hunt them down, a violent storm is brewing off-shore – and the peaceful island community is turned upside down in more ways than anyone can handle.

Film is set in New England in the 1960s, a couple was in love fled New England town, making a local search team radiating to search to both of them and the lives of the townspeople were upside down, and it was sometimes a good thing for the town. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Moonrise Kingdom torrent reviews

Rohit S (de) wrote: Inspiring documentary. Very beautifully done. It's perhaps only done for nerds, but I'm a member of that group, so I was biased and loved it.

Rina J (fr) wrote: They did their best to follow the manga. The singing scenes were adorable. The gay scenes was just pure comedy. I commend them for sticking close to the original story. (unlike the anime series)

Richard S (br) wrote: A truly sad story .. yet it's beautiful

Kayleigh G (kr) wrote: I am a huge fan of world cinema, and this film was an incredibly touching piece. Arguably, the use of child nudity is pornographic and shocking to see. But the characters are likeable and despite Qiang's wrong doings, we find ourselves sympathising with him and understanding his way of thinking. The narrative itself lacks any kind of plot. However, this seems to follow the rules of a young child's mind, and we see the world how Qiang sees it - with nasty teachers and untrustworthy friends, with monsters and beasts (For example, the scene in which the children group together to tie up a teacher they beleive would 'gobble them up'). To summarise; where the film lacks in plot and 'action', it makes up for with charm and the naive innocence of a child's mind.

Josh M (kr) wrote: Hellworld is better than the last few Hellraiser attempts, but it still falls short of being a decent horror film. Hellraiser is done for! Stick a fork in it! Unless Clive Barker comes back there is no hope!

Tyson P (it) wrote: forgettable entry to the series. Still a fan none the less

Logan M (mx) wrote: Not original, but quite funny.

David S (ru) wrote: Although the movie has a brilliant cast and they all do a decent job, Mad Dog and Glory tends to be a very average movie. With the giant cast it has, it is unable to create the magic expected of such minds. The story falls flat and creeps into the clich (C). This movie is disappointing, although it will entertain to an extent.

Arvinjay B (ca) wrote: Lame acting. Story is predictable. But of course, theology of liberation is amazing.

Bill T (br) wrote: More predictable fun from the Carry On gang. By this time, you know what to expect.. No real plot, just a lot of gags. Seems like a smaller crowd this time about.

Dustin P (fr) wrote: Extremely cheesy. It reminds me a bit of the old Sinbad movies. Could've been edited down a little more - 2 hours is too long for this film.

Roberta P (gb) wrote: "We all start off in life with a dream, don't we? For a tennis player, it's being in the final of a Grand Slam, Centre Court, a high lob... a smash. Game, set and match. You're a champion. You're number one. But for most tennis players, that's all it ever is: a dream. The reality is another story. My story. Now, you see that good-looking fella? No, no that kid in white, the other tired good-looking fella. Yeah, him. Well, that's me. British Davis Cup, long time ago. Two singles titles, even longer ago. Presently ranked 119th in the world. Sport is cruel. I know it doesn't sound too bad: four million tennis players in the world and I'm the 119th, but what that really means is this: 118 guys out there are faster, stronger, better and younger... and it gets you thinking. These young guys: where do they get the energy, the focus? No fear. The one thing you can't have is fear, and for the first time in my life, I'm afraid. Not of losing. I'm not even afraid of the kid. I'm afraid of what happens if that ball keeps going by me. What happens than?"