A frog who hates the water and jumping wishes that he could be like the other animals in the Amazon rainforest.

with an identity crisis. He .Unlike them, he hates hopping and has a strong aversion to water. To find purpose in his life, Ribbit embarks on an incredible journey through the Amazon Rainforest. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ribbit torrent reviews

Jens L (ca) wrote: ...the critics liked it...maybe they just had been happy to see things they already had known...who can look into a critics head...and honestly...does somebody really wanna do that? Anyway...got off track again over my favorite topic ;) at least better than the Babbadook...which the critics loved even more :D

Abhi S (jp) wrote: worst movie.. waste of tym totally..

Edward G (us) wrote: A first half filled with lots of gore but plenty of intrigue and visceral thrill quickly descends into all I can describe as wretched, sickening filth. I can handle violence. I can handle gore. I can't handle a young girl being flayed while a group of old people clap and call it science.

Uncle Pappy W (gb) wrote: One of the best a rarest documentary subjects I've seen. Very sad.. a little creepy but very interesting! If you like fantasy or literature, and/or have never heard of Outsider Art, or just love a good story about a rare human being...This doc is for you!

Ingela A (jp) wrote: Cate Blanchett is superb in this film. First time I see Giovanni Ribsi and he is also very good. This film has a great atmosphere and is really worth seing

Paul J (ag) wrote: Donnie Darko meets Evil Dead. This strange Italian horror film strikes a fine balance between comedy and bizarre horror. The acting is top-notch and the gore is plentiful. It's also somewhat erotic but I guess that comes to no surprise considering it's made a by a an Italian. Soavi got his start alongside Bava and Argento, yet he was able to make one of the more western giallo horror films with this surreal, existential and fascinating movie. It may be silly but it's so bloody fascinating. It was also banned. Not surprisingly, since a nun gets her head blown off.

Danny R (br) wrote: A lonely boy immerses himself into the world of his favorite action heroes movies. One day during a special screening the boy's given a magical ticket and is placed into the actual films of his hero. This action yarn falls short of what it could've been; a satire about action comedies.

Ola G (ca) wrote: One of the US Air Force's most modern tactical aircrafts, a F-100 with a new laser guidance system, crashes into the sea near Malta - a region where the Soviet forces are highly present. The CIA immediately sends out their best secret agent Ken Tani (Sh Kosugi), codenamed the "Black Eagle" to salvage the system before it falls into enemy hands. To ensure his loyalty, they bring his two young sons to a nearby hotel on the island. Together with his female CIA aide Patricia Parker (Doran Clark) Tani must find the tracking device, however Tani comes inevitably face to face in the process with an unknown skilled enemy in the form of a KGB team leader Andrei (Jean-Claude Van Damme)..."Black Eagle" is a classic martial arts B-Movie from the 80s with a wobbly script, wobbly acting and wobbly action sequences (and the action is not a plenty). Sh Kosugi nor Jean-Claude Van Damme is hardly the best of actors and the action from both is almost in the comic region. I reacted as well on the poor sound effects and poor effects in general. However, some things were ok. Like the cinematography at times, the beautiful setting of Malta and Doran Clarks participation in the movie. But, all in all this is a footnote in the martial arts genre.

Jeremy S (fr) wrote: Felt like it was done before oh yeah Gilda kind of sort without a husbands death. But not the same magic even with Ford

Daniel K (nl) wrote: Myrna Loy seems like the woman every American man wants to be married to, which makes Powell the man everyone else envies over and over again. They certainly make a good on-screen couple and this film is no exception, although of course there are better examples of their chemistry. I can??t help but think that Russell is speaking a little too slowly and acting a little too seriously though. I??ll always picture her in more of a screwball role than as a femme fatale-type. I can??t help but imagine how horrible the suits, dresses, and mink coats must stink of cigarette smoke in classic Hollywood pictures. It must be awful. Loy and Powell often play the same role over and over again, but they keep it interesting each and every time. They are consummate and everlasting movie stars. This particular story is not quite up to snuff though. The outburst in the courtroom by Evelyn Prentice is a bit over the top and unbelievable, especially since it sounds like they swore in an additional witness in the middle of the closing arguments. Powell also switches sides mid-trial and badgers his own client into confessing to the murder. This is too ridiculous and ultimately makes the film a failure, but a failure of the writer rather than the actors and director. It??s interesting to see Powell try to explain away and justify murder after seeing him essentially take the opposite stance and hold the moral high ground in Manhattan Melodrama. I??d have to compare the performances more closely in order to determine which he makes more believable.

Danny R (kr) wrote: Martin Campbell's pure adrenalin, spectacular, high-octane spy thriller which goes back to the roots and shows how James Bond got his license to kill, this film introduces us to the new Bond, who is played by the astonishing Daniel Craig who gives a performance of such spellbinding scalding intensity that you'll swear he was born to play the role, he is a physical force to be reckon with those piercing blue eyes of his that burn right through the screen. He is without doubt the best Bond since the original which was unforgettably played by screen legend Sir Sean Connery. This time Bond is pitted against Le Chiffre, a evil banker to the world's terrorist organizations played memorably by Mads Mikkelsen who gives a brilliant cold-blooded performance. Le Chiffre is planning to raise money in a high-stakes poker game in Montenegro at Casino Royale. "M" played wonderfully by Dame Judi Dench who assigns 007 to play against him, knowing that if Le Chiffre loses it will cause havoc in his organization, she also assigns the beguiling Vasper Lynd, an MI-6 accountant to finance Bond's card game and keep a watchful eye on him. Vesper is beautifully played by the sexy Eva Green, who is one of the best Bond women in long time and is also one of the most intelligent, her chemistry with Bond is both moving and genuine. Exceptional direction by Martin Campbell and utterly exceptional supporting performances by Jerry Wright, Giancarlo Giannini, Caterina Murino, Simon Abkarian and Isaach De Bankole. Terrific action sequences with seamless stunts that are truly breathtaking, with Craig doing most of them himself. Phil Meheux's cinematography is totally stunning. A lean, mean, sophisticated thrill-ride that is not to be miss! Highly Recommended.

Thomas S (de) wrote: No barn burner, but not a bad flick.

Nathan C (ca) wrote: I missed over 1 hr. of the movie and believe me that is the longest i have ever missed in any movie ever.Score: 3/10

Justice F (nl) wrote: Decent film funny but stupid B-

Jake S (nl) wrote: I love how bat shit crazy this romantic comedy spoof is. I'm well aware I'll be on the minority on this one but give it a try if you're in a silly mood.