Being teased for his color, Johnny the white koala joins a traveling carnival with Hamish, a Tasmanian devil, and Higgens, a photographer monkey as talent agents. On the way through the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Being teased for his color, Johnny the white koala joins a traveling carnival with Hamish, a Tasmanian devil, and Higgens, a photographer monkey as talent agents. On the way through the ...
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Kevin R (au) wrote: I don't think your heart is in this.Martin Bristol is a six year old in his back yard swinging when he is abducted by a serial killer. The serial killer makes Martin watch him torturing victims while caged in his cellar. Some years later, Martin seems to be growing more mature, sexually interested, and ready to join the fracas. An interesting girl is captured one day that makes Martin choosing a direction difficult."Something out lives its usefulness...it gets discarded."Stevan Mena, director of Malevolence and Brutal Massacre, delivers Bereavement. The storyline for this picture is just okay and contains a run of the mill slasher plot. The kill scenes were okay and the character development was nothing special. I also thought the dialogue was mediocre. The cast delivers average performances and includes Michael Biehn, Alexandra Daddario, Brett Rickaby, and Peyton List. "The path to redemption begins with forgiveness."The Bereavement is a movie that was recommended to me by another RottenTomatoes reviewer. I was a little disappointed by this picture. I thought it may have some unique and fascinating kill sequences; unfortunately, this film is a below par horror picture. I found this to feel like a made for television horror movie. Overall, I recommend skipping this picture."Martin can't tell when something hurts."Grade: D
Paul C (ru) wrote: What if homosexuality was the norm and being straight makes you an outcast? An interesting premise... Not a great film, but fun all the same.
disney f (it) wrote: FUCK YOU DISNEY!!!! WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO MY FAVORITE MOVIE???!!! WHY DISNEY WHY???!!!!
Amy E (kr) wrote: little unbeliveable, but all in all, pretty good teen flick :-)
Zoran S (us) wrote: In theory this is an interesting experiment. As a viewing experience, however, it's very dull and thin mainly because the "story" was mostly improvised and rather lamely at that.
EvaLena I (gb) wrote: She needs a family to keep her job. Then she hiring a husband an a child. It`s a sweet story. :)
dan v (jp) wrote: very good movie seen as a kid
Michael W (br) wrote: Ex-con on probation is coerced to deliver eight troubled children to Washington on a suspect bus after their home in Philly is shut down. Pryor's charisma shines through again above the rest of the film. Was surprised to see Pryor slap one child, they would probably remove that bit if made today.
christine V (au) wrote: My dad was in these movie
Jonathan P (it) wrote: Of all the silent films (well of the D.W. Griffith films at least) I have watched to date this is by far the best of the lot. Way Down East is better written and doesn't jump back and forth into three or four different stories causing you to lose track of what is going on and by thus doing allows you to build sympathy for Lillian Gish's character. The scene on the ice is by far the most skilled camera work up to that point and makes for an excellent climax. People hail Intolerance or Birth of a Nation or even Broken Blossoms as Griffith's best work but I would humbly say (as a movie fan and not an educated critic, but of course most of there assessments are rubbish anyways) that Way Down East is his best work.
Ben G (gb) wrote: Not bad, but not that great either.