Playmobil: The Secret of Pirate Island

Playmobil: The Secret of Pirate Island

Ahoy, matey! Your Favorite Playmobil toys have come to life for the very first time, in an all-new swashbuckling adventure and you're invited to join them! You'll have a treasure chest full of fun with seven-year-old Jack and his big sister Amelia as they stow away on a pirate ship headed for the mysterious Pirate Island -- a place filled with treasure and curious creatures. Can Jack and Amelia stay one step ahead of a bunch of wacky skeletons and get to the treasure before the pirates do?

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:interactive,  

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Mike A (es) wrote: Another great Foreign movie

Carlos R (br) wrote: Dramatic, fun, and very well performed. The Hunger Games is a very faithful adaptation to the novel, while also not straying away too much from it.

Jess L (us) wrote: What a pile of crap. I didn't expect much and that's exactly what I got, a shitty, shitty movie. Huffman was amazing in Transamerica, and this being her next movie (apart from a voice role) is the biggest slide down to shitsville ever. Lohan is a disgrace to females world wide, what a pathetic excuse for an actress. Fonda is ok, she's not given much to work with as the script is paper thin and can't decide what it wants to do. The story was flimsy and annoying, and the marketing of this film was misleading and over ambitious of its product. I'll give any movie a go and for that I pay my penance of watching shit like this.

Johnny T (kr) wrote: Strictly a middle-aged comedy, which consists of more easy lobs than sharp smacks, but manages to get the job done. In a memorable supporting role, John Cleese plays the manager of a ritzy New York hotel who gets involved in the couple's plight and is discovered later on by Nancy dancing around a hotel room in women's clothes and stiletto high heels. Lawrence's screenplay is frightfully uneven, taking you from gutbusting laughter, to really well-acted moments between Martin and Hawn, to really badly-written acting-best-they-can-with-the-material moments between Martin and Hawn. Having not seen the 1970 original on which this is based, I can't say that the faults were built into the primary material. But I can say that the three leads work over and above the words and make it work. Their hilarity keeps your mind away from the movie's problems and keep it a fun outing. VERDICT: "Full Price" - My second highest rating (Positive to Mixed reaction). This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent.

Elise P (de) wrote: A coming of age story focusing on friendship. Story is interesting, but nothing special, good performances from the young cast and an appearance by Leisha Hailey.

Gary G (nl) wrote: Another great 80's flick about a High School in chaos with an amazing cast (with the except of Ralph Macchio). It's as touching as it is funny.

Zotaar (au) wrote: Looking back at this movie today it can be joyfully celebrated as a movie completely of its time. There are many plot holes and the acting is noting spectacular. On the other hand it's fun to watch for the practical effects and for its over the top chest-explosion scenes. Overall it fits snuggly into its place as a rising cult classic.

Sean C (gb) wrote: The acting isn't bad, but Van Peebles' direction turns into a mess pretty often, especially when he tries to get experimental (assuming that's what he was trying to do). The music is notably awful, too. Furthermore, I have to assume that this satire on racial prejudice seemed far too simple and outdated even when it was released in 1970.

Gabrielle Z (ca) wrote: my favorite hepburn/tracey movie.

John R (nl) wrote: This movie sucks. How did it win any awards. The lowest ranking allowable is a half star. I wish i could give it negative for taking an hour and a half of my life away from me.

Tyler S (de) wrote: Outside of Sean Penns fantastic display of acting, I felt like the subject matter was forced into a long movie. I think they pounded the issue into the ground more than they should of. What was a great showcase for Penn was over casted by a convulted plot.