Rainbow Magic: Return to Rainspell Island

Rainbow Magic: Return to Rainspell Island

Based on the bestselling books by Daisy Meadows, this exciting, all-new Rainbow Magic animation is sure to cast a sparkly spell on all fans of the fairies! Best friends Kirsty and Rachel are reunited on Rainspell Island for another thrilling adventure. This time, their friendship and their belief in fairies are tested to the limits. But the girls’ crisis couldn’t have come at a better time for Jack Frost, who is hatching a plan for world domination with a snowman army! Can Kirsty and Rachel overcome their doubts in time to help their fairy friends foil Jack Frost’s chilling plan?

Based on the bestselling books by Daisy Meadows, this exciting, all-new Rainbow Magic animation is sure to cast a sparkly spell on all fans of the fairies! Best friends Kirsty and Rachel are reunited on Rainspell Island for another thrilling adventure. This time, their friendship and their belief in fairies are tested to the limits. But the girls’ crisis couldn’t have come at a better time for Jack Frost, who is hatching a plan for world domination with a snowman army! Can Kirsty and Rachel overcome their doubts in time to help their fairy friends foil Jack Frost’s chilling plan? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

LinksNameQualitySeedersLeechers

Rainbow Magic: Return to Rainspell Island torrent reviews

Scott G (mx) wrote: Paranorman is a beautiful film made by amazingly talented people. It takes a minute to get off the ground, but once it does, it's a fantastic ride.

Alexander R (nl) wrote: Most films (as opposed to movies, shall we say?) are made to have us reflect on life. With this film, Director-Writer, Hirokazu Koreeda, goes the literal route with this notion; in a very imaginative and original way.This film is such a daring undertaking in its plot. Furthermore, it's touching in itself that Koreeda was not only bold enough to provide the deep investment that the subject matter demanded from its writer/director, but that he was also emotionally drawn into such convoluted material. And finally, it deserves applause because he pulled it off so well.I'll write more on this later.

Andrew M (kr) wrote: Pulp fiction has always focused more on elaborate worldbuilding and zany characters and settings over actual character development. Seeing as John Carter is based heavily on that kind of storytelling, the film follows that same pattern, and attempts to use that as an excuse for this film's convoluted story and poorly written characters.Unfortunately, it just isn't good enough of an excuse. The film is needlessly complicated in telling a simple, clich-ridden story about warring armies and an outsider's involvement in the struggle, and the film suffers greatly from that. The lack of an engaging narrative causes the film to drag, and at 130 minutes, that's far from ideal. The acting here is all over the place, but consistently underwhelming. Taylor Kitsch's John Carter is too stoic to convey any emotions his character may have, while Lynn Collins completely overacts as the Princess of Mars: their contrived romance doesn't help much either. The rest of the cast is relegated to roles as the varying species on Mars, and the likes of Willem Dafoe, Mark Strong, and Bryan Cranston are completely wasted.Well, at least the worldbuilding is nice, right? Well, despite being pulpy, this is not necessarily the case. There's plenty of nice visuals on display, but these species lack any kind of distinguishable lifestyles that gave life to, say, the alien race in Avatar. The film is instead relegated to standard creature and setting designs that are pretty run-of-the-mill in terms of worldbuilding.It's not all that hard to see why John Carter was an infamous box office bomb for Disney: it just isn't a very good movie. Andrew Stanton has proved capable to directing amazing films, but maybe he should stick to animation.

Nathan M (us) wrote: A quiet and haunting film about slavery and about the lengths people will go to survive. Very well acted and directed, The Retrieval dives deep into the horrible things the human race can do to each other and are willing to do just to save ourselves. A great morality tale.