Chanticleer is a foolhardy farm rooster who believes his crows can actually make the sun come up and shine. When the sun rises one morning without Chanticleer's crow, he leaves the farm in disgrace and runs off to become a rock 'n' roll singer. But in his absence, a sinister, sunshine-hating owl prepares to take over.
- Category:Music, Adventure, Comedy, Animation
- Stars:Phil Harris, Glen Campbell, Eddie Deezen, Kathryn Holcomb, Toby Scott Ganger, Stan Ivar, Christian Hoff, Jason Marin, Christopher Plummer, Sandy Duncan, Will Ryan, Charles Nelson Reilly, Ellen Greene, Sorrell Booke, Dee Wallace,
- Director:Don Bluth, Gary Goldman, Dan Kuenster, Gary Goldman(co-director), Dan Kuenster(co-director), Gary Goldman,
- Writer:Don Bluth (story), John Pomeroy (story), David J. Steinberg (story), David N. Weiss (story), T.J. Kuenster (story), Gary Goldman (story), David N. Wei
After being made to look like a fraud, Chanticleer the Rooster runs away to the city where he is fooled by a conspiring owl and convinced to head to Las Vegas to become a big-time crooner. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rock-A-Doodle torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: It feels as though there are three quarters of a stellar film here. It's within that last quarter that I feel Mr. West wasn't totally sure what it was all adding up to.However, Ti West is still a tremendous filmmaker --- he's proven that time and time again --- and I will still see whatever he puts out next. I'm also interested to see him work in more varying genres.
(jp) wrote: Forgettable comedy about a privileged young man. Fatally flawed, this Australian film's look at soul-searching is rendered moot by the very nature of its flaky title character.
(jp) wrote: It's a good movie to watch. Makes you think of your own break ups and maybe its good material to watch if you going through a break up!
(ru) wrote: An above average sequel with a phenomenal ending. It only took two years for Mel Gibson to start looking like Mel Gibson. I'm guessing this was one of the greatest movies ever made back in 1981. Not sure what inspired director George Miller to turn things post apocalyptic, but it obliviously worked. Checking it out for the first time 35 years later, I'm still impressed.
(es) wrote: Decent, but I felt it never really did a great job in telling you why Brown was so amazing and important and focused more on all the nasty stuff he did, in that it was so willing to show you all his warts that it skipped over some of his most important work. The lead was at times stunning and other times almost like a parody. It was too distracting in its jumping around from time periods and breaking the fourth wall moments. Stick to the music and just groove instead.
(fr) wrote: even though the movie is based on a real event the love store itself came across very unrealistic a peasant man who goes for a bougie woman who is married to a prestigious man fall in love. so they really basing this off of love at first sight I don't buy into that movies kind of boring as well the ending was a beautiful scenery and the most action in the whole movie this is a love story which is not my genre of movies but if it's yours you may have a good time