Pluk van de PettefletPluk had een klein rood kraanwagentje. Hij reed ermee door de hele stad en zocht naar een huis om in te wonen. Af en toe stopte hij. En dan vroeg hij aan de mensen: 'Weet u niet een huis voor me?' Uiteindelijk vindt hij wat: het torentje van de Petteflet. Daar maakt hij kennis met de Stampertjes, mevrouw Helderder, Aagje, Zaza en nog veel meer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pluk van de petteflet
On a quest to find a new home young Pluk in his little red crane wagon end up in the Petteflet. He moves in to a little deserted tower room and quickly befriends some of the inhabitants and...
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Benton M (de) wrote: If you grew up playing video games, this is a great look back.
manod t (de) wrote: Very nice fun movie ...:) ... and has a good meaning towards the end !
Madeline M (gb) wrote: It's not always structurally coherent, and the fighting is a little unconvincing, and neither Hrithik nor Aishwarya dance enough. BUT, the performances are good, the story is compelling, and it's beautiful to look at.
Daniel J (mx) wrote: Amazing! Saw this followed by a Q & A with Crispin.
Todd W (fr) wrote: Beautiful; some of the best cinematography I've seen. Definitely something to watch before you buy that can of Raid.
Dstevensreddoorcoa D (it) wrote: Would have loved to be in that movie
Cindy I (ca) wrote: Crazy-ass movie. Ken Russell is a freak.
Christopher P (es) wrote: it is true this film hasn't aged particularly well but the comedy genius that is Cleese mean this film will never truly date.
Jon C (br) wrote: Extremely interesting thrillerOne of the best political thrillers and one of Brian de Palma's best films, Blow Out features John Travolta in top notch performance as a sound engineer for an independent film making company in Philadelphia which specializes in cheesy soft-porn/slasher films: while out recording night sounds on a creekside for his audio library he sees a car plunge into the water and dives in to save the female passenger but too late to save the male driver, who turns out to be a leading candidate for the US presidency. Later, he realizes from the sounds he recorded that the blow out which caused the accident was caused by a gunshot, something which understandably the powers that be don't want known. Nancy Allen's deliberately flighty performance as the rescued woman provides a perfect foil to Travolta's solidness, and the convoluted plot unfolds through both obvious and subtle allusions to historical events (Chappaquiddick, Dallas) and classic cinema (the title's resemblance to Blow Up is not accidental, and the scenes of mayhem in public venues like a large train station or a patriotic fireworks display where the crowds have no idea what's happening are very Hitchcockian.) Rated R for elements which don't seem all that shocking today. An extremely interesting film. The Criterion special edition DVD is as good as you would expect.
Anthony S (us) wrote: It's a pretty funny Italian film with good direction and acting. I want to see some more of this director.
Tom D (jp) wrote: Captain Phillips distinguishes itself as the best film of 2013 with solid direction from Paul Greengrass, a powerfully crafted script, intense scenes, and one of the best peformances from Tom Hanks.
Todd G (fr) wrote: The build up is long, it is overly violent, and the story sucks. I prefer the sequel to this movie: Conan the Destroyer.
Jimmy H (ru) wrote: Katie Holmes looks like the sweet actress we've come to know, but her character brings out her dark side. She plays a sweet school teacher who teaches by day, and murders by night. Yes, she plays a gun-toting vigilante. I can't wait to hear what Tom Cruise has to say about "Miss Meadows." I say rent, don't buy!
Guilherme N (es) wrote: I can't understand Before I Wake bad critics, or maybe I'm too empathic or I understand Mike Flanagan too well