My Neighbor Totoro

My Neighbor Totoro

Two sisters move to the country with their father in order to be closer to their hospitalized mother, and discover the surrounding trees are inhabited by Totoros, magical spirits of the forest. When the youngest runs away from home, the older sister seeks help from the spirits to find her.

The movie follows Satsuke and Mei, two young girls who find that their new country home is in a mystical forest inhabited by a menagerie of mystical creatures called Totoros. They soon befriend these Totoros, and have several magical adventures. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


My Neighbor Totoro torrent reviews

Jamie C (fr) wrote: Couldn't get to the end of the movie got bored real quick!

BRUNO V (de) wrote: It did take me 7 ours to see this , fell to sleep twice But wat i remember was pretty okee Especally liked Wes Bentley and mmmmmmmm Olga Kurylenko !

Marky L (us) wrote: don't waste your time

Eric H (au) wrote: The movie starts out with a cool opening which briefs you on the past movies, but semi-disaster struck when the actual movie started. First they had changed the look of the car by adding cheesy looking eyelids that blinked. Then they proceeded to add in bad sound effects that made the car sound like a dog. And if that wasn't bad enough the CGI was the worst I've ever seen, god where is ILM when you need them? Those points aside the story was pretty good, though far from perfect, up until the point when Herbie races NASCAR. Herbie was always an endurance road racer, not a "stock car". Why change that now? Of course Disney had to take this opportunity to cash in on one of the biggest sports in America rather than doing it right.

Pip D (nl) wrote: Redford & Pitt = great combination.

Wahida K (gb) wrote: The doll was really creepy and devlish. All around the Movie was not bad, watchable. I think the Movie is not for kids under let say 12.

WS W (ca) wrote: I felt kinda confused back then.

RJ M (ca) wrote: This really fun twist on "It's A Wonderful Life" finds Jim Belushi discovering what his life would have turned out like had he hit a home run in the big game 20 years ago, instead of striking out. Belushi is good as the everyman whose life isn't bad, but isn't exactly what he dreamed it would be. Michael Caine is the mysterious man who gives him the chance to live out his dream by altering reality. Belushi finds himself with a new wife, a succesful career, and all the luxuries a person could want, but finds that doesn't necessarily lead to more happiness. Linda Hamilton plays his wife, and Rene Russo plays his OTHER wife. Is one better than the other for him? Is his new job and status worth trading away the friendships he's built up in his real life? Does money buy happiness? These questions and more are what Belushi must face, and decide if the gift he's been given is any gift at all. It's a very simple message that the movie tries to tell. Life is what you make it. There's good laughs and lots of heart to keep the movie afloat. All the actors are in fine form, and it's a nice mellow movie to veg to on a lazy day.

Ramn M (fr) wrote: EXCELLENT Bart Simpson (Dabney Coleman)

Beqi F (gb) wrote: Did anyone else see this movie when they were a kid? It has haunted me since the 80's. Very scary and disturbing then.

Joanne C (kr) wrote: sexyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

Gus S (gb) wrote: Incredibly childish and cheap, even for a Gamera movie. Now I know that these films are typically directed at children and I do take that into account. But, they have done far better with other entries in this series in terms of special effects, cast and dialogue (dubbing). Also, the logic problems in this movie are outrageous: a woman refuses to believe the little girl's flying saucer story saying that aliens are make-believe, yet the movie features a flashback to a previous Gamera film when aliens attacked the earth, defeated the military, and released a giant squid monster into the ocean. Was this woman in a coma during all that?! Complaints aside, Guiron was arguably Gamera's most unique foe, a land shark with a butcher knife on its head. Its worth watching just to see that! Also known as Attack of the Monsters and Gamera vs. Guillon.

Andy F (br) wrote: Definitely a departure from the other Harry Palmer films, Billion Dollar Brain is much more fantastic. It is much more like a Bond movie ?? think You Only Live Twice or Thunderball ?? a crazy villain (this one's a Christian maniac, how ahead of its time!) and lots of outlandish plans. Entertaining, nonetheless.

Antnio C (au) wrote: What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? (Robert Aldrich, 1962) - 9/10

Camille L (nl) wrote: Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man est une comdie d'action qui transpire le dbut des 90s avec tant de passion qu'on en viendrait se demander si le film n'a pas t fait aujourd'hui avec pour envie d'assimiler tous les lments inhrents cette poque. En effet, le film de Simon Wincer est un enchanement d'une efficacit redoutable de scnes d'action grand renfort de fusillades, d'explosions, de one-liners et personnages qui n'ont pas d'autres traits de caractres que d'tre "cool". Si Mickey Rourke fait du Mickey Rourke, ce qui est videmment un dfaut, Don Johnson apporte toute l'intensit dont il est capable un rle simpliste. Pur popcorn movie, Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man est une russite en son genre.