Als Sinterklaas bij het examen voor zijn 'dakbewijs' een ongeluk krijgt, moet hij naar het ziekenhuis. Iedereen vindt het heel erg, behalve de gemene Dr. Brein. Zij wil deze kans gebruiken om zelf Sinterklaas te worden en zo het feest voor altijd te veranderen. Dr. Brein probeert met haar handlangers Joris en Boris het geld voor de cadeautjes in te pikken en er met het Grote Boek van Sinterklaas vandoor te gaan. Als Agent de Bok zijn baan kwijtraakt gaat hij samen met de Pieten op onderzoek uit. Zal het ze lukken dit spannende avontuur tot een goed einde te brengen en het Grote Boek van Sinterklaas voor 5 december veilig te stellen??
Sinterklaas en het geheim van het grote boek torrent reviews
Evelyn L (gb) wrote: Unique and thought-provoking. I enjoyed every minute of it.
Austin G (nl) wrote: I saw Part 1 and Part 2 all at once, and both put together, this is one of the best animated films ever. Ever.
Heather H (au) wrote: just finished this incredible film. riveting.
cli o (fr) wrote: no thanks not my thing
Keenan S (au) wrote: Waking Life is something strange, but also something exhilarating in how it opens your mind. It demands every aspect of your attention and it makes your brain open in ways few films ever manage to do. At first, watching the film feels a bit disorienting, especially with such unusual animation and hearing the characters engage in their various discussions, but once you open your mind and let it explore what Waking Life has to offer, you will be in for something extraordinary and unlike anything you have or ever will see.The story focuses on a young man who drifts in and out dreams, not knowing if he is ever truly awake, or dreaming still. During this strange odyssey, he engages, listens, and observes various colorful characters and how they discuss numerous topics like dreams vs. reality, existentialism, philosophy, politics, life, and several other things - each with their own strange animation to go along with them as he dives deep into such unknown territory. What makes the story so engaging is in how abstract it is. You never know what bizarre character or scenario you'll come across, but you'll always be eager to hear what the characters have to say next because they have A LOT to say about their topics. Though it can be confusing, it's never in a bad way, but rather, it mimics the enigmatic and elusive nature of dreams. Plus, with such a colorful cast of characters along the journey, it's certainly never boring.While most of the cast is comprised of unknowns, the cast as a whole is quite good, even though many of them have very brief roles before the main character finds his way to another conversation. They dive headfirst into the madness, bringing life to their unusual characters with a wide variety of emotions - subtle and intense. There is not one dull or weak performance.As far as entertainment goes, this will depend on how much quirkiness you are willing to put up with from your films. For me, as someone who enjoys strange films, I found it to be endlessly entertaining and fascinating. It's a very cerebral and thought-provoking film bolstered by unusual animation, which itself will be polarizing for a viewer - you will either love it, or find it horrid to look at. The film opens the viewer up to a wide variety of discussions and it will be a long time before this film leaves you because it stimulates your brain so well. However, there is also a possibility that you will hate it and find it to be pretentious nonsense. If you love animated films - and I mean animated films of all kinds, not just kid-oriented ones - Waking Life is a must-see. It's a real mind blower of a film. And if you hate it, at least give a second viewing before writing it off. I think it is a phenomenal film, and easily among the greatest animated films and films altogether that I've ever seen.
Caesar M (kr) wrote: History is filled with many important figures, and even more important events than we keep track off. When it comes to adapting to any important person or event onto film; we know the figures that changed the world like Martin Luther King, Adolf Hitler, Abraham Lincoln, Cesar Chavez, and so forth. What often is over looked in these history adaptations is not the achievement of the individuals, but what these individuals had to endure to accomplish their goal.Jinnah tells the story of the founder Pakistan, Mohammed Ali Jinnah, and the conflicts he faced seeing his vision come true. Jinnah is a filmed not made for entertainment value, but instead informs those of us (like myself) who are not very familiar with this event. The film might feel like a history lesson in movie form for some, but it's far more interesting than reading out of a textbook. Jinnah is not a simple figure one can simply identified as being a good as with many other historical adaptations. Jinnah is a complex man; one who would sacrifice the well being of his own health for his people and a struggling family man torn apart by politics. As for the film depictions of Mohammed Ali Jinnah, I could only say the reports I've read tend to have a more emotional take on the man. Therefore, I can't account for the film is historical accuracy. It's a complex films that covers allot of events and political matters that might limits its audiences. It moves at a fast pace from one major events to another it's difficult to properly to keep track of what's going on screen. The acting from it's cast is great, especially Christopher Lee giving one of his best performances in his career. It contains beautiful scenery and stellar music for rightfully fitted for the film. It's big on it scope covering allot of events, but its excited perfectly so it's message is never lost.Jinnah did generate controversy for the casting of Christoper Lee as Mohammed Ali Jinnah due to Lee role as Dracula. Despite casting controversy, his performance was well received though the film failed to gain a proper theatrical release. The film does portray Jinnah as a liberal and progressive leader with a largely secular vision of Pakistan. But most of those who have seen it did not come out talking about the role of religion in the Pakistani State, but simply saying how patriotic the film made them feel. It's not a film you watch for entertainment, but you're curious about outside of your own nation or curious how Pakistan came to be by all means check Jinnah out.
Private U (gb) wrote: Bizarre, unsettling and truly chilling psychological thriller about an eccentric Argentinian (Colin Firth) who agrees to board mysterious American Hart Bochner. Meanwhile there is a violent serial killer preying on local women. Two first-rate performances highlight this incredibly hair-raising film, which is something of a curio for film buffs: Firth himself is obsessed with old movies.
Konrad A (gb) wrote: A good movie for kids to see they will like it and have fun watching this!! So show your kids!!
Rodney M (nl) wrote: Aside from Pacino, the acting is terrible. The cinematography is a joke. The effects are about as good as a high school play, and the movie drags through the middle. Not sure who was in charge of editing, but they should not have gotten a check. Too many scenes don't even flow into the next. As a kid I loved this movie. As an adult who has scene what great movies look like; this just isn't a good movie at all. Easily the most overrated movie of the last 40 years. Hasn't ages well either with the terrible soundtrack.
David J (gb) wrote: **SPOILERS** The Exorcist II: The Heretic is beyond terrible. And I blame it on the hot mess of a script credited to screenwriter William Goodhart. Though credited to Goodhart, the script was re-tooled by director John Boorman and an un-credited ghost-writer, so it?s hard to tell who to put the brunt of the blame on. Regardless?somebody should have been punched in the nuts and sent to screen writer?s jail for eternity after creating this sad sack. First and foremost there is no true urgent plot device. What are these people over reacting to??? Father Lamont (Richard Burton) is tasked with investigating Father Merrin?s exorcism of child Regan McNeil (Linda Blair) from the first Exorcist film. This is to determine if Merrin had turned towards Satanism just before he died. (What?!?!?!) For part of his investigation the Priest and Regan go into a simultaneous deep hypnosis induced by a machine to see if she can remember anything about the exorcism to help the investigation. (O?kay.) Father Lamont then goes to Africa to find someone that Merrin once exorcized a demon from when he was a boy so he can get tips from him on how to ?Help Regan!!?. (WHY? SHE?S NO LONGER POSESSED!!!) That was established at the end of the last movie and we were reminded of that at the start of and throughout this movie. Also?at this point in the film, the demon has basically been dormant and hasn?t done anything threatening to anyone. When the priest gets to Africa he finds that the boy has grown up to become James Earl Jones and is now a scientist who studies locusts. He doesn?t give Father Lamont any solid tips on how to beat the demon, but he does give him tips on how to breed locusts. None of the characters (and apparently the screenwriters) are aware of the fact that Africa is a continent and not a country. A quote from Ned Beatty?s character (a salesman who sells crucifixes and other religious relics to the natives): ?I know where all of the holy places in Africa are.? (Sure you do Ned?sure you do.) When Father Lamont gets back to the states he and Regan hook up to the hypnosis machine. She comes out of it okay but the priest comes out of it in a trance and decides he wants to go to the house where Regan was possessed in the first move. (Why does he want to go there? I have no idea and neither do the screenwriters.) Regan goes with him because?why not. Regan?s psychiatrist and her babysitter Sharon from the first movie frantically scatter to follow them to Washington. Why? Because they need to ?Help Regan!!? All movie long everyone is trying to ?Help Regan!!? even though SHE?S NO LONGER POSESSED!!! and has no real threat to her except for you assholes who keep hooking her up to the hypnosis machine so she can recall the most traumatic experience of her life. But even though ?Helping Regan!!? is of prime urgent importance?the psychiatrist and the babysitter randomly run into injured people that the psychiatrist stops to help. One of them is a man in a suit with head wound staggering on the side of the road. The psychiatrist stops the car and actually says to the babysitter: ?Regan will have to wait.? before getting out to help this random injured man. The psychiatrist and the baby sitter take a plane. The priest and Regan take a train. They end up in Washington at the same time. When the priest and Regan get to the house there are now two Regans (a good one and an evil one). The priest makes out with evil Regan. Then he tries to kill good Regan. Then he inexplicably snaps out of his trance, goes over to choke evil Regan and rip her heart out of her chest?Mola Ram style. A swarm of locusts come and the house begins to fall apart. Regan does a crazy African dance and the Locusts disappear. Regan and the Priest walk off into the horizon (literally) with their arms around each other and everyone lives happily ever after. Well?everyone except for the babysitter Sharon. She set herself on fire?FOR ABSOLUTELY NO REASON WHATSOEVER?shortly after they arrived at the house. She wasn?t possessed and she was never hooked up to that hypnosis machine that put the priest in a trance. She must?ve taken some bad LSD on the flight to Washington. And man, are Regan and Father Lamont a couple of dicks! They walk through the rubble of the house into the horizon?leaving the psychiatrist alone to have to explain all of the shit that just happened to the police and paramedics?who are now swarming the neighborhood just like the locusts were a short while earlier. And don?t even get me started on the dialogue! Laughable at times would be an understatement. I?ll close this out with a few of my favorite lines: The psychiatrist to one of her assistants just before she runs off to the airport with the baby sitter to Help Regan!!: ?Call my children. Tell them that I?ll be in touch.? Father Lamont to Regan: ?Good and Evil are battling inside you. We need to fight it!? (Huh?) And finally, there?s this conversation: Cab Driver: ?What is she doing?? Sharon: ?She?s a doctor.? Cab Driver: ?That doesn?t matter?this is Washington.?