Popeye begins his movie career by singing his theme song, demonstrating his strength at a carnival, dancing the hula with Betty Boop, pummeling Bluto, eating his spinach and saving Olive Oyl from certain doom on the railroad tracks. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Popeye the Sailor torrent reviews
Vincent N (gb) wrote: This must be the worst film I have ever seen. James Nguyen is the Ed Wood of 2010s. Everything is bad : acting, dialogue, special effects, plot, attempt to be serious, technicians or mikes visible, etc... Perhaps the saddest part of this is that Nguyen didn't try to do a bad movie like other companies, such as The Asylum, which do that on purpose ("Hey look at my bad flick and have a good laugh !").
Kenneth S (de) wrote: It's better than Pokemon.
Edgar C (fr) wrote: Absolutely beautiful. A unique Australian film unlike almost anything you've ever seen. The cinematography is a spellbinding feast for the senses, and the plot, although very simple, has layers, layers of depth that make this gem a spectacle of modern cinematography; the usual touches of comedy suit perfectly; the shots are awesome; and unbelievably, the acting is very fine, along with actors with a deeper portrayed psychology that you could ever imagine. Amazing beauty. 89/100
Micah P (kr) wrote: What a great movie. It stars a cast of totally insane characters living the most fucked up lives. The movie has a very slick style and Max Beesley is fantastic. One of my top five favorite movies.
Jonathan H (fr) wrote: I watched this because I've always admired Jared Leto, but wasn't sure what to expect. It turned out to be a really decent story worth watching, though a bit slow-moving and a little soap-operaish.
Fernando S (jp) wrote: Filminho meio pesadote! Um pouco no seguimento do "Mente Brilhante", mas aqui com a Gwyneth Paltrow (Catherine) no principal papel, como filha de gnio louco falecido, e ela prpria com a insegurana do borde- line entre a genialidade e a loucura.
Pascal V (mx) wrote: Mince je l'avais d (C)j vu lol
Dan K (ag) wrote: Difficult to sit through, but its integration of bunraku puppet theater with live-action film is ingenious.
Caroline P (mx) wrote: Our Paris Walks guide mentioned this film as we strolled through Montmartre and saw the house where Jean Renoir grew up. The film is a delight for its lack of sentimentality and shrewd characterizations. Time for a Jean Gabin festival?
Logan M (jp) wrote: Loud, bombastic, generic, and without any clear objective, "Home on the Range" undermines itself with its own colorfulness and hyperactive characters.
Lauren C (us) wrote: Amazing cast. Pretentious garbage.