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Quest for a Heart

When the most mischievous resident of Rolli Village befriends a beautiful elf girl, the hopelessly mismatched pair embarks on a magical adventure to save the Forest of Elves by traveling to...

Quest for a Heart is a new movie of Pekka Lehtosaari (screenplay), Janne Kopu (storyboard), Pekka Lehtosaari (storyboard). This movie was introduced in 2007. We can counted many actors in this movie torrents, for example Allan Tuppurainen, Saija Lentonen, Aarre Karén, Matti Ranin, Jyrki Kovaleff, Pekka Lehtosaari, Esa Saario, Maria Järvenhelmi, Tom Pöysti, Antti Pääkkönen, Jarmo Mäkinen, Aleksi Raij, Ilkka Kiukas, Janne Kopu, Mikko Tenhunen. Movie' genres are Fantasy. This movie was rated by 5.8 in We have a good movies torrent. The runtime of this movie are awesome, about 78 minutes. DeGea is good uploader, he is very hard-working. You should spend more time to watch this movie. If we must use one word to describe about this movies torrent, I think it should be 'Crazy', so what is your thought. Do you know what are visitors? ShinichiKuto is the best. I can't leave my iPhone screen. Share with your friends and watch this movie together . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Asa B (ag)

It is filled with so much colour that your spirits can't fail to be cheered. The Disney-Latin fusion just about works, even though it has not aged well

Blake P (gb)

This one is a bomb. The latter is a good film. Maybe audiences in 2000 were blind and deaf, I'm not sure, but there is a reason why this film isn't as acclaimed as Zemeckis' other film of that year, "Cast Away". Somehow, "What Lies Beneath" made $155 million domestically and $291 million world-wide. Ford tries hard to be a creepy villain, but once again, the writing makes him silly rather than scary. Pfeiffer does her best to stay away from the woman in trouble scenario, but she is more Neve Campbell than Jamie Lee Curtis. Both are so dedicated and well-cast; but the screenplay is so rotten that it makes their work feel unbalanced and all over the place. Perhaps the biggest waste is Pfeiffer and Ford's performances. It's shocking to think that a director who is both a technical wizard and a master of storytelling could go so wrong. Zemeckis directed "Back to the Future", "Who Framed Roger Rabbit", and "Forrest Gump". There is one scene where Claire is seemingly possessed; was that bad writing or was she actually supposed to be possessed? Also, why did Pfeiffer and Ford, two huge movie stars, pick such a stinker of a project? Possibly, with Zemeckis' track record, it was hard to say no. There were so many questions I had while watching the film: why did the supposed ghost decide to haunt the lake house once Claire and Norman's daughter left for college? The daughter was busy in high school before then, making plenty of time to wreak havoc while Claire was home alone. The climax itself is intricately shot and impressive to look at, and it's a shame that it everything that surrounds it feels so TV-movie-of-the-week. Clark Gregg's script is unaware of itself, and the final twist ends up being so silly that it inspires laughing and pointing rather than gasping. It's odd how a film so technically well-made (the camera work is kinetic and reminiscent of "Rear Window") is so terrible in its story that it undermines everything else. "What Lies Beneath" begins with the usual haunted house clichs, and transforms into "Dial M for Murder" territory; and not in a good way. He must have murdered his wife! At first, she believes that the being haunting her home might be her, but when she is proved wrong, something more ominous comes to light: it appears the supposed ghost has something to do with Norman's past. One night, she sees her neighbor moving what looks like a body bag into the trunk of his car. Norman dismisses these events as empty nest symptoms, but Claire isn't so sure. at one point, she even sees an apparition in the reflection of the bathtub. . . Doors open by themselves, ghostly whispers echo through the halls . But around the time their daughter leaves, Claire begins to experience supernatural occurrences. With Norman gone all the time with duties at work, she has nothing to do except sit in a pool of loneliness and anxiety. They have just sent their daughter away to college, and Claire is already feeling a bit lonely. Norman Spencer (Harrison Ford). The woman in trouble is Claire (Michelle Pfeiffer), a gorgeous housewife that lives on a scenic lake with her seemingly ideal husband, Dr. Zemeckis has obviously studied many of Hitchcock's famous techniques - the long panning shots, the sexy blonde in trouble, the use of dark lighting to create a sinister mood - but plot-wise, "What Lies Beneath" is so unoriginal, so mind-numbingly stupid that it's an insult that Zemeckis would believe that Hitchcock would ever make a film as bad as this one. His goal, apparently, was to make a thriller that Alfred Hitchcock would helm had he lived in the digital age. Around the time of the release of "What Lies Beneath", director Robert Zemeckis voiced his excitement to make a thriller, a genre he had never touched before

brendan p (gb)

One of the most vital American films

Charlie M (es)

A highlight is shoot out in the Macy's parade storage hanger. The accordion music and comedian narration helps move the story along, and it ends up being another unique gem by the prolific director. While Allen isn't perfect here, it's still a nice break from the neurosis of his other movies, and Farrow is wonderfully crass. As Danny Rose, Allen is finally out of the repetitive role of the sexually neurotic intellectual. His run with Mia Farrow is most diverse and productive run up until the late 2000's. The early 80's is an era where Woody experimented the most and began his habit of writing a movie per year

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def a must see !! watch this trailer please !!! amazon, here i come

Steven S (ag)

Other than these inaccuracies the film in quite good. History does not portray Mozart as being childish and vulgar. While there was some rancor between Mozart and Salieri , the two composers actually respected one another. . Much of what was portrayed in the film was historically inaccurate. This would be a great chronicle of Mozart's life except the Peter Shaffer took too much artistic license in the story