Dusty is a cropdusting plane who dreams of competing in a famous aerial race. The problem? He is hopelessly afraid of heights. With the support of his mentor Skipper and a host of new friends, Dusty sets off to make his dreams come true.

A Cars' spin-off. The movie follows a vertically-challenged plane named Dusty Crophopper. Dusty is fear of heights but his biggest dream is becoming an air racer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Ben C (jp) wrote: He sold items like the ShamWow!, the Slap Chop and the Schticky. And now that I've seen this movie in full, I'm now convinced that even thinking of seeing this movie was an atrocious mistake. The sole thing I liked about this movie, if not, tolerated, was the 'Flirty Harry' segments, with a few lines from Adrien Brody managing to make me laugh. The rest were lousy, lazy, and dreadful attempts at humour, with the sketches poorly intertwined to pass off as one film. It made a mockery out of all the stars, especially Rob Schneider.

Julien G (us) wrote: Le silence, la nature: c'est beau.

Chris V (kr) wrote: Uma Thurman is good in these kinds of roles. But Minnie Driver makes this movie for me.

Ian M (es) wrote: Get to know some phenomenally different queens in a great documentary for Miss Gay America... It was honest & fabulous & seeing people's different stories to how they got where they were?! Fabulous!

Kenneth W (au) wrote: "Goth" marks the one instance in history where I've seen something and wanted to be watching "Ben & Arthur" instead. And it's no coincidence that movie should come to mind; this is also an ineptly made Z-movie with a 'message'. But whereas "Ben & Arthur" was attempting to give the audience (did it have such a thing?) a decent message about homophobia and bigotry, and ending up executing it badly, "Goth" gives a malicious message done in a malicious manner. As the title very well implies, "Goth" is focused on Goth characters, and what story we get revolves around a Goth chick named Goth (dohoho get it?) who leads a Goth couple into the underbelly of the culture, with plenty of rape and blood on the way to show them the way to be 'really Goth' and not just 'poseurs' (basically, one of the asinine arguments you read on the comment section of a Marilyn Manson video on YouTube, but in movie form). It views the Goth subculture through the lens of someone who's never met a Goth, never talked to a Goth, never met someone who's met a Goth, never talked to someone who otherwise vicariously had contact with a Goth, never been on a bus with a Goth, never looked up Goth on Wikipedia, and probably gets all their Goth information from a 'Focus on the Family' newsletter. No pause is taken to examine the good and the bad qualities of the subculture in any mature, thoughtful or insightful manner; the plot (and we're using that word liberally) is simply a perpetual descent into ugly, brutal shock tactics with a few minor semblances of a story. So what's the point of this? It's not scary as a horror movie or thrilling as a thriller, so I-along with the few others who were unfortunate enough to see it-would have to come to the conclusion that this is just a remarkably one-sided attack on the Goth subculture. This movie goes out of its way to point out that people like Goth (tee-hee) are what 'real Goths' are like, and that any self-proclaimed Goth person who does anything less than kill, rape, torture and 'embrace the darkness' [by the way, did the filmmakers take that phrase from a MySpace page or something? Because they can't seem to get enough of it] is fooling themselves. Back to reality, however, and contrary to the film's paranoid fantasy, I would assume most people who adopt the Gothic style are using it as just that-a style. Most of them will never likely commit significant crimes of mass murder and sadism like we see here, an are unlikely to project a twisted philosophy onto it. There's a twist ending in the last five minutes that confirms my theory that this movie panders to (and was made by) people who are irrationally frightened by this subculture.

Lena B (nl) wrote: An entertaining movie that starts out as a college stoner movie and ends as bdsm torture porn. With pretty much nudity half of screen time this movie starts out looking like you ever day run of the mill teen movie, yet about halfway through the movie the directing stile changes, the lights get darker and the pans get wider, all signals of more of a horror movie directing style. Not an intelectual movie by any stretch and but if torture porn, breasts and weed are of your interest this is the perfect movie. However i will say, while i had fun watching it, this movies not very complex so i dont see myself rewatching it, not worth then 8$ buy.

Kevin R (ca) wrote: We eat to live and they live to eat.A raccoon has got himself into a little trouble by owing a bear some of his favorite treats. He decides to steal the food from a small development that has been recently built. Meanwhile, a small group of animals awake from hibernation to discover that their home has been overrun by the same development. When the animals and the raccoon cross paths, they decide a mutual beneficial relationship may be in both party's best interest."I got makeup on my butt, dude, and you don't even know about the cork..." Tim Johnson (Antz, Sinbad: The Legend of the Seven Seas, and Kung Fu Panda Holiday) collaborates with Karey Kirkpatrick (Imagine That) to deliver Over the Hedge. The storyline for this picture is fairly mediocre and reminded me of Open Season. The animation was also just okay and nothing special. I did enjoy the voices that included Bruce Willis, Steve Carell, Garry Shandling, Wanda Sykes, William Shatner, Nick Nolte, Eugene Levy, Avril Lavigne, and Thomas Haden Church. "Anything that tastes this good has to be good for you."We came across this on HBOGO as a movie my daughter had never seen before so we decided to give it a shot. She loved it and watched it all of the way through, but I have to admit that it was just okay. I was a little disappointed based on the great cast of voices, but the plot was fairly ordinary. Overall, this is worth a viewing but far from a classic."For humans, enough is never enough..."Grade: C

Mudit S (jp) wrote: Unbelievably realistic.

Carol H (kr) wrote: One of those films I just couldn't finish. I didn't understand anything that was going on.

michael o (de) wrote: LAUGH TILL UR BONES HURT

Pep L (ag) wrote: Boring. Plays down the CIA's role in ferrying supplies, weapons and drugs along with Laos' dark colonial past and instead spins it as two meandering jokesters who can apparently fly planes the size of football fields with relative ease through flak-filled skies.

Donald B (au) wrote: Just watched on Sky tonight . Forgot it was a fashion film that kick started Armani in America.

Jeff B (ru) wrote: I didnt read the book. I dont agree with the fact one should be satisfied with being someone elses mistress. Life is complicated, If happiness iis found. Love it and live it.