Mampato, a little boy with a time-travelling belt, goes with his caveman friend Ogú to the ancient land of Rapa Nui on Easter Island. There they will meet a little girl name Marama and discover the old traditions of the natives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Megan J (fr) wrote: I like it is is a really good movie good job
Paula B (us) wrote: I thought this movie had an interesting storyline. Not typical by any means. I found the characters shallow, two dimensional. I did like the ending though.
Ben d (kr) wrote: saw this at sf intl film festival. very good fight scenes and cinematography
Luis A H (ca) wrote: F*ck you Speed Racer. I Love to not hate you.
Jessilyn G (us) wrote: I love this movie everyone can relate to this film in their own way
MF J (ru) wrote: A lovely documentary, very experimental and highly artistic in it's structure, the film manages to tackle themes of love , death and the meaning of life through this always interesting and never dull documentary filled with personal reflections, life stories and the undeniable talent of Laurie Anderson as a storyteller .
Ramona F (nl) wrote: Hilarious movie! Love it.
Dr F P (us) wrote: The transformation is pretty gross, but i find old school FX grosser than CGI anyway. There's not much to this, it's OK for what it is but I wouldn't watch it again.
Herceny D (ru) wrote: What an awesome movie. I kept wondering what her desicion would be. Great history lesson and story line. Ginder Rogers, I think shes up there with my favorites as well as Sam Wood.
Geoff P (kr) wrote: "The purpose of all crime is to establish a limitless empire of crime...to drive all mad with terror and fear..."
Franky C (ru) wrote: So much fun. First of all, it's beautiful. Those opening credits were incredible. The performances were fun. The dialogue was so unnatural, and it felt in just the right place for this movie. The kids were hilarious. Music amazing. So much Wes Anderson, and in this case you can't have too much of a good thing.
Greg W (kr) wrote: "An intelligent low-budget sci-fi doomsday pic."