Peter is a cheerful, but not a very obedient boy who is growing In a very ordinary Dutch family. His pranks amuse some and cause a lot of trouble to others. Peter pranks are so numerous and incredible, that hit the front pages of city newspapers. Popularity of the boy is growing every day, and he develops not only new friends, but also a powerful enemies. And then the most exciting and dangerous Peter and his friends adventures starts .
- Stars:Quinten Schram, Frensch de Groot, Sjoerd Metz, Jordy Mul, Serge Price, Nicky Burger, Felix Strategier, Angela Groothuizen, Katja Herbers, Stijn Westenend, Arjan Ederveen, Marjan Luif, Rick Engelkes, Herman Vinck, Wilfried de Jong,
- Country:Netherlands, Germany
- Director:Maria Peters,
- Writer:Chris van Abkoude (novel), Maria Peters
Peter is a cheerful, but not a very obedient boy who is groing In a very ordinary Dutch family. His pranks amuse some and cause a lot of trouble to others. Peter pranks are so numerous and incredible, that hit the front pages of city newspapers. Popularity of the boy is growing every day, and he develops not only new friends, but also a powerful enemies. And then the most exciting and dangerous Peter and his friends adventures starts . . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Peter Bell torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Expected SO much from this and was SO disappointed. I thought jack might have made the film, but not even him could make this film any better. There was no real story, the story wasn't explained very well. It was supposed to have been one of the most violent prison based films of recent, it wasn't even that violent or action packed, most of the film was spent with him just walking around not doing a lot. The ending was crap. The most excitement in the whole film was about 5 mins worth towards the end of the film. Thoroughly disappointed.
(fr) wrote: A funny film about a gay man and his friend who decide to have a baby. The supporting characters are also a hoot
(mx) wrote: Pretty good. Keeps you interested.
(de) wrote: I want to see this movie so badlly. It has monkey's in it.
(fr) wrote: It may sound a clich but "Southland Tales" is truly a beautiful mess. It's a project of a visionary director who wasn't able to put his ideas better onscreen. The screenplay has lots of flaws and the movie at moments seems incoherent and dull, but the brilliant cinematic skills and talents of Richard Kelly compensate the flaws. "Southland Tales" will disappoint the average audience, but will please "Donnie Darko"'s die-hard fans.
(fr) wrote: During the late seventies and eighties there was a clear trend of slasher genre horror films based around holidays ("April Fool's Day," "Halloween," "Friday the 13th" etc.) While following in this vein, there's something original and dark about this film in contrast. Most of the film is set in the mines of central Canada, where a set of old murders haunts a quiet little town. A lot of the action revolves around a love triangle, the legends of the past, and being young and witless, with nothing to do. The last section of the film is entirely set in the bowels of a blackened mine, where the tunnels and overhead shafts provide plenty of hiding spots for a maddened serial killer. While this film takes great strides to not be the same as others of its caliber, it's still not very memorable. The killer is lame, the twist comes out of nowhere, the characters are idiotic and cowardly, the main female character is irritatingly frightened, and constantly needs saving, and the ending is ridiculous. Though I haven't seen the remake, I recommend it over this film, which is working with basically nothing but visuals, which I can only hope got better by 2009.
(fr) wrote: A pretty amusing movie with the legendary George Burns as God. It still holds up pretty well after 30 years
(fr) wrote: One of Fassbinder's best films! It is a savage social critique of all strata of Queer culture in 70s Germany.
(fr) wrote: The Carry On ensamble takes a political stand......Against the UnionThis strange value may explain why this movie did so poor sales in comparasion with many of the other carry ons.However, all the best of the cast are in place and are going about in classic style. When Kenneth Williams in the role of W.C Boggs, owner and director of the lavatory factory proclaims that it's time for a "right good booze-up" then the movie transcends into epic frenzy as theese movies always eventually do.One great bonus we get here is the appearance of Geoffrey Huges, more known as the hero Onslow in Keeping Up Appearances,Not the best, but not really bad, Carry on, please do.Lewis Boggs: You may not understand exactly what it means, but since I have been working in this factory I have been making a time and motion study.Chloe Moore: Oh I know what it means Mr Lewis and if you've got the time I've certainly got the motion.Lewis Boggs: Don't think I haven't noticed it Mrs Moore, especially in your main production department.Chloe Moore: Oh you cheeky devil.
(gb) wrote: i would like to see this
(us) wrote: grew up on this awesome movie cant get enough :)
(ag) wrote: This movie would have been a lot more convenient for these characters if they just hired Doc Brown and Marty McFly for their time travel. So today, as you may have already know by now, is the official one week anniversary of Paul Walker's unfortunate demise and because of this I wanted to review four of his lesser known movies. "Why not the Fast & Furious films" you may ask? Well because of three reasons; the first is that they are a little too obvious, second is being that they take too long for me to review, and finally is that Paul Walker has been featured in many other movies which some of them were good while others were bad. Which is what today's review is all about, a really bad movie that is probably his second worst film that he was ever in. Now for many of you who may never heard of this ten-year-old flick, Timeline is based on the novel of the same name by Michael Crichton about a team of archeologists that are sent back in time to rescue their professor from medieval France during the Hundred Years War. For those of you who may have never heard of the Hundred Years War, well then let me tell you that it lasted for a very long time against three countries that no one gives a rat's ass about because we are Americans. Any who this movie was one of those stories that Hollywood bought the rights to a book so it can be made on film. What they did not realize at the time was that not everything that sounds good on paper can be morphed onto the big screen. I myself never read the book, but from what I heard it was marginally okay. But having an okay novel doesn't mean you are going to have a blockbuster movie hit, which obviously this film was not. So I think I got enough of the general stuff out of the way, so let us jump right on into my review on Timeline.This movie suffers from a lot of things; like from gaping plot holes, to bad dialogue, and even historical inaccuracies. Paul Walker does an okay job, with his role, as the lead star that looks for his father in the past. However it just feels pretty standard and he does not go above his acting level. Everyone else falls pretty short as well, especially Neal McDonough of all people. There is a scene where he tries horribly to convince an old friend of his to go back with them into the present but that guy decides to kill Neal's character and stay in the past. I don't know why he would do something like that, especially when this is the era where there is no indoor plumbing and the Plague was a huge thing back then. The musical score in this movie falls pretty flat for the most part. Originally they had Jerry Goldsmith to compose the score, but he was replaced by a new score by Brian Tyler. Probably because Jerry Goldsmith died later on that year. The battle scenes between the French and English were the only highlight of this movie where they used interesting strategies that most of these armies used during this war. Apparently somebody at the studio got that part right. In the end it pretty much wraps up like any other standard PG-13 movie, but with a twist which I found to be pretty stupid. Near the end of the film, Gerard Butler's character decides to stay in the past and hook up with some hot French chick. But what was ridiculous about this was that he left behind a sarcophagus with an inscription telling his friends that he had a good life with three children that he named after his friends. Which I find it highly unlikely that they just so happen to find this intact after 600 years with not a single thing that got messed up. Overall, this movie is just one big mess that should not have been made into a movie. I will give credit that the special effects were okay and the battle scenes were good, but it just falls apart entirely which is a real shame. That is why I give this movie only one and a half star.