The movie tells the story of a group of toymakers who seek to use Andre Toulon's formula, now in the hands of Robert Toulont, grandson of original puppet master Andre Toulon, to give life to an army of demonic dolls that they plan to unleash on Christmas Eve. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys
A group of toymakers seek to use Andre Toulon's formula, now in the hands of Toulon's great-nephew Robert, to give life to a line of killer toys that they plan to unleash on Christmas Eve.
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Annie C (ag) wrote: I would listen to Alan Rickman read the dictionary. "Caught a fish and let it go"
Samuel M (ca) wrote: Reconozco que no soy el mayor fan de Woody Allen y que cuando fui a enfrentarme al visionado de esta cinta, iba sin ninguna expectativa, incluso escptico.Puede que fuera por eso que la pude disfrutar tanto. O quizs sea por sus grandes interpretaciones, repleta de actores conocidos haciendo un gran trabajo. O por su fotografa y diseo de produccin que consiguen transportarnos del Paris moderno al clsico casi que lo podamos percibir. O por su fino humor y canto a la nostalgia (al mismo tiempo que nos regaa por dejarnos llevar tanto por esta).Es sin duda una cinta inspiradora, y debera ser vista por toda persona que tenga cierta inquietud creativa.
Dominik S (au) wrote: I would say, that it is tough, to make a worse movie. There is not really sarcasm to see, there is no joke - it is plain bad and stereotype.The only good, what I can see is the picture, lighting and so on. Even the camera works is not that bad. But besides of that, the screenplay, the story, the costumes, the set design - more or less everything creative in this movie just sucks!
Amit D (jp) wrote: I don't have much to say about this well-made film. Ranvir Shorey is brilliant. Neha Dhupia probably "acted" for the first time in her life. The movie did get a bit boring but I managed to sit through it. However, the climax was pretty depressing but that doesn't take anything away from this flick.
beth m (jp) wrote: great classic Disney movie
Brian C (jp) wrote: Probably one of the most disappointing sequels I have ever seen. It not only has multiple continuity errors between this and the first movie, but it also doesn't make any sense. A DNA virus that passes through videos and books? and allows ghosts to be reborn? Oh brother. I am so disappointed.
Andrew L (br) wrote: LMAO - Wow...that's bad. What is a "B" movie you ask? Look no further. I'm glad Blanks has his Tae Bo Enterprise. With this on his resume, I don't think he could possibly get a role on another movie.
Harry W (mx) wrote: After the boring Airport and the somewhat entertaining Airport 1975, I wanted to find out where they jumped the shark in the series. After reading up, I found out it was in The Concorde... Airport '79 which sounded so poor that I just had to see it, even though it made me miss Airport '77 in the process.Holding the largest budget of all the Airport films, the first thing that the $14 million budget is squandered on is lacklustre visual effects which look so forced and cheap when they were incorporated into the aviation scenes, and the entire film is utterly ridiculous in terms of plotting, script and direction which prevents it from being a good film anymore than a camp disaster piece from the 1970's.Although George Kennedy does manage to boast a routine good performance in the lead role though, and even though the internal logic of how his character Joe Patroni goes from a chief mechanic in Airport to a vice president of operations in Airport 1975, a consultant in Airport '77, and an experienced pilot in The Concorde ... Airport '79 is totally senseless, its still cool that he has his own starring vehicle in The Concorde ... Airport '79.The presence of Jimmy Walker was also genial considering I'm a fan of Good Times.And much of the aviation footage is fairly impressive, considering that the film is full of it which, to a certain extent, makes it more convincing than the first Airport film which had very minimum aviation footage instead of just a lot of on-set footage. The disaster in The Concorde ... Airport '79 is actually a lot more convincing than in many other disaster films, particularly the first Airport, even though that film scored 9 Academy Award nominations. It's because this one is more focused on the disaster than it is on combining that with character drama which proved to be Airport's downfall in my opinion. A little more character drama could have been better though.So The Concorde ... Airport '79 does have good qualities to it, but is set up to fail from the start and just keeps flying in that direction.
Chris P (ru) wrote: Wonderfully twisted! A one of a kind film with a cast of mostly *gasp* MIMES!
Sebastian T (ru) wrote: The absoulte best women-in-prisons film ever. It's unapolagetically horny camp at its prime. Not a movie for everyone, but hands down a must for fans of Exploitation films. You'll never see more sweaty bodies in your life.
Johnny M (us) wrote: Robots is considered as a Blue Sky classic, because of its originality, and the impressive hard work it has doing it.