Oscar, Bert, Ernie, Cookie Monster, and Sesame Street residents join Big Bird in a cross country adventure. Miss Finch, a meddling social worker, sends him off to Ocean View, Illinois, for ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sesame Street Presents: Follow that Bird
Big Bird is sent to live far from Sesame Street by a pesky social worker. Unhappy, Big Bird runs away from his foster home, prompting the rest of the Sesame Street gang to go on a cross-country journey to find him.
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Tayyab R (kr) wrote: "The movie struggles to find its footing, lacking the dramatic tension to make it of much interest beyond the fan base of the supremely talented, tragically fated Buckleys."
Jamie R (ag) wrote: ...I'd like my 96 minutes back...
Danny A (ag) wrote: Why do the so called "good guys" end up siding with the sick psychopaths at the end of the film? Rape, torture, murder, and sodomise countless women then be given a quick, painless, merciful death by the one person that's supposed to be your true enemy. Why would Liotta's character literally aide & abet the man that did that to people he claimed to care about?? Evil.
Lorne G (ca) wrote: Surprisingly good film based on real events. Usually Bollywood films are cheesy and melodramatic (and there's nothing wrong with that!), but this is a serious film with a pair of standout performances by the two female leads (and how hot is it to hear Rani Mukerji drop f-bombs?)!
Pierre M (es) wrote: J'aime pas les chiens.... et j'aime pas quand les chiens gagnent :(
Thomas J (kr) wrote: Very little of the original cast returned for this sequel showing there is NEED for more quality "gay interest" films. The first was a decent attempt, while this one seemed to just go through the motions. It is not bad as long as you only have low expectations.
Jim K (mx) wrote: For a B-level sequel this movie is better than the carbon copy cutout I expected. Of course the nudity didn't hurt it.
Amie (mx) wrote: I remember watching the making of this film a few years back during Season 1 of Greenlight Project. I just got the chance to see the finished film. It was such a sweet story. For a first time writer/director the film was done really well. And I assumed I would get bored during this movie but instead I was finding myself invested in the characters, especially the two little boys trying to get to Heaven.
Jesse O (mx) wrote: I thought this was a good movie with a fun cast, highlighted by Steve Zahn's performance. I think the movie does do a good job at avoiding a lot of ugly gay stereotypes by actually focusing on the characters and their actions. There is humor based around the fact that they're pretending to be gay, such as Harry dating Chappy, but it doesn't mock the characters for their lifestyle and the movie does look at the characters with a certain sweetness and lightness that makes the movie very easy to watch. So I applaud the maturity of the script. I think there is a weakness in the story development. There's just something very generic and uninspiring about the story. The writing itself is solid, but the story isn't great. It just feels like something you've already seen before and I think it's certainly an obstacle that the cast had to overcome and they do an admirable job. It's only a good film, but I think it's a very good one at that, if that makes sense. It's a very good good movie. It's got its flaws but it is ultimately an enjoyable comedy with some fine performances.
Russell S (gb) wrote: OMG! What the hell happened? There just aren't the words to adequately describe the crap fest that is Superman 4. Little to nothing makes sense, the effects are largely dreadful and the editor must have been crying himself to sleep at night with what he had to work with. A pitiful end to the Christopher Reeve era.
Johnathon W (us) wrote: Classic horror comedy that holds quite well as a holiday satire. The cast is solid and likable, especially Phoebe Cates, whose monologue on why she hates Christmas is both haunting & hilarious. The real stars, though, are Gizmo & the Gremlins, who manage to be both cute & scary at the same time. Gizmo is instantly charming in design & execution while Stripe & his minions are scary yet fun as they destroy the town (best Christmas carolers ever). Behind the camera, Joe Dante crafts a fun satire about the consumerism of Christmas while making great use of the visual effects (amazing how well practical still holds up). Overall, one of the best horror/comedies ever made along with being a great Christmas film.
Yayo U (ca) wrote: This is an interesting movie. But Nicola Silvestri did not need to die in this movie because people including police men should have evacuated from the market where they had known the dynamite was hidden.
sweet p (nl) wrote: nice movie..especially i lyk kareena n paraish raval.....totally family movie
Edgar C (fr) wrote: Cagney vs. Bogart: Round 1! Huge Hollywood actors of tremendous film-noir weight can be found in one of the most underrated films by Curtiz when he was still in top form. Societal priorities and moral values collide at the rhythm of shadows and bullets, orchestrated with terrific technical aspects and immortal performances. A nice, influential little treasure of the 30s.90/100
Danielle W (ca) wrote: was a very cute movie. very good family movie. i like connie britton she did a good job in this film..