Nanny Mcphee Returns

Nanny Mcphee Returns

Nanny McPhee arrives to help a harried young mother who is trying to run the family farm while her husband is away at war, though she uses her magic to teach the woman's children and their two spoiled cousins five new lessons.

In the final appearance of the set before, Nanny McPhee appears at the door of a young mother - Isabel Green, who was trying to run the family farm while her husband was fighting in the battlefield. But as Nanny McPhee appears, she discovered that her children are struggling against the bullying of the two cousins - the children are pampered in urban areas - just moved here. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Nanny Mcphee Returns torrent reviews

Shane J (au) wrote: An awful b movie starring a n awful looking tara reid (seriously the years of drug abuse have taken there toll!!) the fact that she has to star in crap like this says what she's done to her career. really badly cgi super snakes terrorize a small island. i must have watched a very cut tv version as you didnt get to see hardly any of the kills?? shockingly bad

angela c (br) wrote: I have this one saved on Netflix, too.

Raffy John M (it) wrote: An immoral club. How could anyone start a club that will bring everyone committing a sin? Maybe, I am like Spencer who doesn?t know how to risk things. But we have to be smart to think what our purpose is and to balance everything? I don?t like Karl, a little reckless guy who is so horny. The film is so bad!!!

James O (kr) wrote: Really unsettling viewing and you're never quite sure where the boundary lies between a conscientious good man and a schizophrenic liability. Throwing a stranger's kid into the mix is all a little bit too much for comfort. An interesting portrait of a man's life unravelling in any case.

Susan R (nl) wrote: I quite enjoyed the dialogue in this film, delivered in iambic pentameter rhyme. As someone who has often struggled with Shakespeare to me this felt like a modern day interpretation and a fresh take on a cross-culture romance. My only complaint was the film felt a little short, that the story could have been deepened a little.

Cyron M (au) wrote: My wife got me to watch this one, and it really surprised me. It made for compelling viewing. A realistic portrayal of damaged people leading lives as best they can. I found the scene between Francis and his landlord at her dining table particularly moving.

CJ C (au) wrote: A surreal, Hitchcock-esque, neo-noir filmed in gorgeous black & white. Impressive for a 90s flick. A bit SPELLBOUND, a bit MEMENTO.

Sherry B (kr) wrote: What a Man! Yes, my husband knows about my infatuation with Sam Elliott

Allan C (ca) wrote: So I recently re-watched "Superman III" and was taken aback by how bad it was, to the point where I wondered if this famously bad fourth Superman film, where Superman crusades for nuclear disarmament, was actually better than the terrible third film. Well, this film is actually worse. After Superman gets rid of all the world's nukes, Lex Luthor makes a Nuclear Man powered by the sun (shouldn't he be solar powered then?) who the Man of Steel must battle. This film was make even more interesting after having recently watched the documentary "Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films" in which this film was featured prominently in the decline of Canon when they abandoned their successful formula of churning out reliable low budget genre pictures and then unsuccessfully tried to branch out into bigger projects like this (which in the end looked very cheap in comparison to earlier films in the series). Cheap, uninteresting, and really an embarrassment for all the talent involved in this film. Oh, and this film seems to feature Pepsi just about everywhere!

Jason J (br) wrote: The Carry On team take the piss out of unions in this one. Same formula of gags and innuendos.

Brandon S (jp) wrote: It's near unwatchable.

Andy T (mx) wrote: Exciting with good action and wry humour, Raiders of the Lost Ark begins not only an entertaining franchise but also the basis of the action hero archetype today.

William G (nl) wrote: While a slight improvement from The Dark Knight, the Dark Knight Rises follows the same formula of providing disturbing action with little to no story.

George H (ag) wrote: Superior cop drama with Roy Scheider. Has a chase scene that rivals Bullet!