Moshi Monsters: The Movie
Join Katsuma, Poppet, Mr. Snoodle, and the other Moshi Monters in an action-packed, song-filled race against time! Together they must stop evil Dr. Strangeglove and his incompetent Glump sidekick Fishlips from pulverising the recently discovered Great Moshling Egg.
- Stars:Phillipa Alexander, Steve Cleverley, Rajesh David, Boris Hiestand, Tom Clarke Hill, Philece Sampler, Ashley Slater, Emma Tate, Keith Wickham,
- Country:UK, Ireland
- Director:Wip Vernooij, Morgan Francis,
- Writer:Steve Cleverley, Jocelyn Stevenson
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Moshi Monsters: The Movie torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Chazz Palminteri is amazing as usual. I mean everything he is in is just amazing. Yonkers Joe is no exception. It feels like a cross between Rain Man and 21 but keeps it centered on the hardships of father and son. This is a must see. 2008 went out with a bang for movies and this is a movie that should be included with that grand finale'.
(jp) wrote: A bland and boring affair aside from the entertaining methods of execution Hannibal uses on his victims.
(ag) wrote: The story is a little lacking. Christian Slater plays the perfect bad guy, he gives you the chills. Good performances from the smaller role but the leads needed a little guidence.
(ru) wrote: A nice combo of stop-motion, CGI and live action that's a wonder to behold. It's got a lot of humor and heart, but it's a bit darker than you'd expect.
(fr) wrote: film is really good but i think aamir and madhuri isnt a good pair.Aamir is funny while he is boxing.i think he is the real king of bollywood
(it) wrote: This prequel to the very solid original is astonishing. Aside from an odd score, I am in love with this movies.
(es) wrote: Great ideas that display pretty accurately what everyone at the time was thinking about nyc - high fashion and trash are too close for comfort. And then the convoluted story kicks in.A few thrills and some interesting visuals keep things going, but you have to let go of the plot holes and silliness, despite the serious mood it tries to create.2.5 blue eyed winks out of 5
(kr) wrote: I didn't think I'd like this as much as I did. The final scene makes it in a way that I didn't expect, and the acting is nearly flawless. This is the only other Rohmer film I've seen besides "Claire's Knee", but it's a great starting point if you're interested in a mix of drama, comedy, fantasy and romance rarely depicted in such an honest way. Then again, if you only like modern films you'll hate this. So what do Rohmer and I know?
(jp) wrote: A great movie, I loved it ! Saw it in '73 bought and have enjoyed seeing eveyo
(mx) wrote: I don't even know where to start. If you read my review of the first film, you know that I thought it was just okay. This film on the other hand is a slap in the face to devoted fans of the series. The acting is okay, the characters are boring, the dialogue is awkward, and the effects are crappy. I couldn't believe how terribly adapted the book was. This isn't a cinematic abomination or anything, but the people behind this film clearly didn't learn from their previous mistakes. It's good that Alexandra Daddario dyed her hair blonde to resemble Annabeth, but really she just could've kept it brown. If you wanted to match the character, why wait until the second film? Clarisse was added, even though she's mainly just for comedic purposes, and Mr. D was funny. But there's one problem: they were supposed to be in the first film! Tyson is pretty bland, and Grover is a doofus. Percy is even less interesting than he was in the first film, and Luke is a doofus, too. They also brought the Mist into the series finally, but what they do with it is so stupid. There's a scene in which Annabeth sprays, yes, SPRAYS some Mist on Tyson to make him look more human, and that's not even the worst part. Later on there's this mythical being with several hands working at a coffee shop, and when people look at him, he appears human. That's how the Mist is supposed to work. It's basically supposed to make humans see normal things to keep the mythical world a secret. So what was the point of spraying Tyson with the Mist like a freaking cosmetic product, when in another scene it works the way it's supposed to?! These are adults who made this film, guys. Adults! I've ranted long enough about this film. Due to my love for the books, I don't mind watching it sometimes and it's definitely better than The Last Airbender. But the first film is obviously better and these people clearly don't know how to adapt books into film. Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters is another missed opportunity.
(fr) wrote: I think it's funny and cute. :)