My Little Pony: The Runaway Rainbow
In this My Little Pony adventure, a horned filly named Rarity is busy learning how to create the first rainbow of the season so that she can become a princess of Unicornia. But before she can learn her lesson, her curiosity lands her far from home.
- Stars:Kathleen Barr, Adrienne Carter, Maryke Hendrikse, Janyse Jaud, Ellen Kennedy, Andrea Libman, Britt McKillip, Kelly Sheridan, Tabitha St. Germain, Chantal Strand, Cathy Weseluck, Brittney Wilson,
- Director:John Grusd,
- Writer:Jeanne Romano
The Rainbow Celebration is almost near as everyone in Ponyville prepares and awaits the first rainbow of the season. Meanwhile at the magical city of Unicornia, Cheerilee is teaching a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
My Little Pony: The Runaway Rainbow torrent reviews
(br) wrote: 7,5/10The intro is way too long. So the real Stand Up goes 50 minutes. Its impressive, Madison Square Garden, 30,000k People. Here in Germany a Comedian filled the Olympiastadion in Berlin for a Stand Up Special with a sold out crowd of over 77,000k People a couple years ago.He is a corny but funny mf, "Deerbra"?!
(de) wrote: Hilarious! Crude low budget sex humour with what seems like half the cast of SoA cameoing.
(it) wrote: This movieeeeeeee. ... Yea...
(gb) wrote: Coulda been a cult classic. Well, maybe Whedon will revive it better.
(es) wrote: This was a great love story. Hated the end.
(jp) wrote: Yes it's awkward and a little slow, but it's also charming, life affriming, and garunteed to put a smile on your face.
(ru) wrote: It was a good movie..
(ca) wrote: This is the original, one and only, survivor man. Bear Grylls, eat your heart out!!
(de) wrote: Perhaps to mimic Andy Warhol's awkward filmmaking, this supposedly biographical picture is very short of the brilliance to match the compelling performances from Guy Pearce and Sienna Miller who play respectively Andy Warhol and his muse, Edie Sedgwick.
(es) wrote: Walks the line between hilarious and horrifyingly messed up. Worth a look for fans of Lynch and Miike.
(ru) wrote: Modest and tender (and loooonnnnngggg), just not sure if it's my kind of movie...
(us) wrote: jeremy piven and john c. mcginley definitely stole this movie
(au) wrote: Hard to make a call on Bringing Out The Dead. It's a strange blend of drama and black humor, but I'd have trouble even determining if there is a plot here. I'm giving it 2.5 stars because I laughed A LOT, which is awesome... but I also spent A LOT of time asking myself things like "is this thing over yet?", "what's the point of this movie?" and "what does this boring scene have to do with anything?".
(jp) wrote: Ein mittelmssiger gelungener Biographie Polit Drama. Die Inszenierung von Oliver Stone ist wie immer gelungen, hat aber zwischen den Zeilen, schwache und laue Momente. Hingegen das Schauspielensemble ist delikat und sehr gut gespielt! Vor allem Anthony Hopkins als Nixon ist eine wahre Glanzleistung!
(mx) wrote: love the movie! paul is so hot!
(br) wrote: A good dramatisation of one man's WWII story, Kenneth More approaches his depiction in his familiar upbeat manner, but even so it works well in this one.
(nl) wrote: It's staggering to think this was made in Hollywood during the 30s. McCarey had to fight for his uncompromising ending which is simply flabbergasting. There are so many heartfelt and touching moments in this little film about old age. A major influence on Japanese cinema, both Tokyo Story and Ikiru have borrowed from this brave movie. McCarey has a knack for getting natural performances out of his actors during a time where acting was very theatrical. This is the kind of film Cassavetes would have made in the 30s. It's as heartbreaking and sad as movies get. Our two seniors are etched into my mind and I'll never forget them. This is such an important film for young adults to watch: Don't take your parents for granted.
(au) wrote: Spielberg's most emotional gripping film next to "Schindler's List."
(gb) wrote: Fundamentalism is a disease upon this land, upon this world. It creates hate, justifies man's own fallibility, especially when it comes to the interpretation of written text. Words ARE mightier than the sword, and often times are the cause of the sword. We all ought to take heed of what words we choose. Loving kindness will always be greater than righteousness.
(au) wrote: This might be the worst "horror" movie ever made. I saw this a few years ago at my local theater and left laughing. This movie makes very little sense, contradicts itself constantly, and brings some of the worst acting I've ever seen in cinema. 0/5