As a war rages on in the province of Bougainville in Papua New Guinea, a young girl becomes transfixed by the Charles Dickens novel Great Expectations, which is being read at school by the only white man in the village. In 1991, a war over a copper mine in the South Pacific tore the island of Bougainville apart. The reclusive “Popeye” (Hugh Laurie) offers the children in fourteen-year-old Matilda’s tiny village an escape with Charles Dickens' Great Expectations. But on an island at war, fiction can have dangerous consequences.
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Mr. Pip torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: It touches places in your heart that you don't even know exists.
(au) wrote: Decent plot. But still not worth the time. Just didn't result in an overall great movie.
(de) wrote: Funny and awesome and crazy and all that shit! ahhahahahahha!
(nl) wrote: Bastante malita imitacion de una pelicula de tarantino, es una comedia de accion con poca comedia , mala accion y nada de imaginacion .Como diria el Junior "Abrridaaa...."
(ca) wrote: I saw it sometime ago exclusively at the Tribeca Film Festival and I can say that this is by far a very well made Colombian movie. Yes, it has the typical immigrants story and yes, the first act is very weak, but the way Gloria La Morte and Paola Mendoza carry these three characters along is painful, we see their struggle, their fight, their love and their union. I'm proud to say, this was a pretty good movie.
(kr) wrote: Phenomenal. Pure thriller. They build up your anxiety to just pure insanity to scare you at the perfect time. Also tastefully gruesome. Only gave it 4.5 purely on just minor flaws in the logic of the feud developed between the characters. Other than that, great movie to scare the hell out of you.
(jp) wrote: Had to watch it again.
(ag) wrote: Pretty good, just wish that it ended the way I wanted it to! :-D
(ca) wrote: i really want to wich it again i really miss it now
(us) wrote: Judith is one of the worst and most useless cops I've seen
(fr) wrote: Kid and Play are backMartin Lawrence is casted in another movie WHY...........
(ca) wrote: An awkward transitory film for Abel Ferrara, between the lowbudget (but intelligent) world of Ms. 45 and the larger, more mature China Girl. Good fun, but the New York in the film is a tad sanitised for what we want watching it.
(es) wrote: My kind of musical plus Mel Torme
(de) wrote: I haven't seen any of the other Hopalong Cassidy films, but if this is what a good film used to be like, movies have come a long way. The story is a hokey as they come.
(de) wrote: Good latter day Hammer--Gorgeous, silly and enjoyable!!
(fr) wrote: I honestly was a bit skeptical about wanting to watch this as there's a different director for this movie named Paul Tibbitt who is actually now the creative director of the show after the first Spongebob movie which from what I heard about it, declined in quality. I only saw one episode of Spongebob that was aired after the film which I didn't find funny, although it is only one episode which my opinion wouldn't really matter for that. The original creator Stephen Hillenburg is involved in this movie as a storyteller which is good, and the writers of the Kung Fu Panda series Jonathan Aibel and Glenn Berger are wrote this which gave me a bit of hope, bit seeing as this is not a Kung Fu Panda film, I wonder if the comedy that they are going to write is going to be like that film, or Alvin and the Chipmunks which I was very worried about it as the trailers made viewers believed that most of the film is going to be live-action. Well the film is actually animated for the most part, and it's a satisfying sequel. The voice acting is great as usual, and Antonio Banderas is having a bit of fun in this. The writing is really good as they understand what the show is about, or used to be about. The jokes are non-stop and are funny, although there are some that didn't hit the mark. The story is pretty good, and there were moments that were moments that were unexpected to me. The action is good and ridiculous which I'm glad that it doesn't take itself seriously. When it does go to the live-action scenes, the effects look really good. People might preferred animation then live-action which I'll agree with that too, as the animation looks really impressive, but the makers did their best to make the effects work which is fine by me. The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water is probably the closest thing to being like the old show which proves that Spongebob can still be funny.
(it) wrote: 95%Full of crafty set pieces and witty one-liners, the quotable Total Recall benefits from Paul Verhoeven's daring direction and Arnold Schwarzenegger's highly entertaining performance.V: 69%