Smilla's Feeling for Snow

Smilla's Feeling for Snow

Based on Peter Hoeg's bestseller, this film is set in snowy Copenhagen where a small boy is found dead after he fell off a roof. Smilla Jasperson, a close friend who lives in the same house...

Based on Peter Hoeg's bestseller, this film is set in snowy Copenhagen where a small boy is found dead after he fell off a roof. Smilla Jasperson, a close friend who lives in the same house... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Smilla's Feeling for Snow torrent reviews

Maria M (it) wrote: Very bad ending! Why would you do that?!!! It just ends with a "what are you gonna do"? And totally leaves you hanging! I think both actors were so cute, but seriously the ending ruins it! I agree with the other review, Josh should have said "one stop"

Cheri C (ca) wrote: This has to be the STUPIDIST movie ever created. I mean, really? The ONLY thing remotely good was the girls! Would have received zero stars if it would have let me....

Sabrina R (ag) wrote: the very essence of perfection

Paul D (ru) wrote: Not the most obvious of subjects and you'll probably start out thinking they are now just making documentaries about any old subject, however some of the figures are quite revealing as to how big this industry is across the globe. Given Chris Rock fronts this there's not a great deal of laugh-out-loud moments, although you can see the comedian is trying his best to create some.

Kate M (au) wrote: very sad and moving.

Ioana (de) wrote: found it quite interesting! And I love me some French mesmerizing.

Grant S (br) wrote: Good, but not great. The crime-drama aspect is so-so, the family/human-drama interesting, but overdone. Ending is a bit trite.Robert de Niro is OK and James Franco is surprisingly good. Frances McDormand and Eliza Dushku are solid in their roles, though have little screentime.

Kristie G (au) wrote: A really fun silly show that I'd recommend to anyone.

Matthew O (us) wrote: Like the TOY STORY films, I knew about MONSTERS, INC. for as long as I can remember. Granted, I didn't really watch it that much as a little kid, mainly because I remember being absolutely horrified by some of the imagery. But I do remember a lot from it. Also, if you didn't know, this was the first Pixar film not to be directed by long-time Disney animator John Lasseter, but by storyboard artist Pete Docter. So it was a pretty risky move to hire a screenwriter for their fourth film. Could Pete Docter direct a good Pixar movie?Yes he could, I loved MONSTERS, INC. and I still do. Like any great animated film, it has a fun and original story with a really creative setup, entertaining and memorable characters with their own unique designs, a lot of great jokes, and has a lot of heart to it. It's not an entirely original concept, we've seen the idea of monsters scaring children and have them return to their own world of monsters as if it's some sort of job. But they have this creative way on why they do this, the screams that the children give off harness the energy that powers the monsters' city. It's also pretty funny that they make the monsters think children are extremely toxic, ironically making the monsters terrified of innocent children.Our two main characters, Mike and Sulley, are very enjoyable and perfectly voiced by Billy Crystal and John Goodman. The chemistry between them work off really well, I genuinely feel they have a strong friendship. People seem to have real mixed feelings for the little girl, Boo. Some find her absolutely adorable and some find her really annoying, and I can see both sides of that. Personally, I find her absolutely adorable. The relationship with Boo and Sulley is the heart of the film. I love how the bond between them grows as the film progresses. And when they eventually had to separate at the end, it's a very sad but touching departure because you really feel something for them. Pretty much anything with these three characters are great.The villains, on the other hand, aren't all that interesting or even enjoyable, at least when comparing them with the protagonists. I like the designs on them, but their characters are pretty under-developed. Randall is the typical jealous villain who just wants to be the best of the best. Mr. Waternoose doesn't want the company to go out of business, but he should know that he's obviously not doing the right thing to stop it from happening. There really isn't a whole lot to these characters, you could've made them diabolical and a lot more enjoyable.This film also throws in a lot of humor using many forms of comedy, and for the most part it delivers, which by definition makes this the funniest out of all the Pixar films. It's humor that both kids and adults can enjoy, even though a lot of the humor is kind of childish. The animation is also really well done. The unique designs on the monsters really stand out and makes each character much more memorable. The textures on some of them look amazing. Take a look at Sulley's fur, the details are unbelievable, you could practically see every individual hair on him. And the way they animate the scene where they go through all these doors makes the climax a ton of fun to watch. It's like being in an amusement park ride.Even though I don't think MONSTERS, INC. is among the greatest Pixar films, I still love it. The concept is very creative, the comedy in it really works, most of the characters are very entertaining, and the animation still looks really good. That's more than enough to recommend.Grade: A-

Sam M (es) wrote: From the ridiculous premise and plot, an 18 year old girl working at a steel mill (that does not happen in real life, definitely not in 1982), to the most erratic shifts in mood and tone, Flashdance ruins whatever story it had to tell in the first place.

Luis M (br) wrote: you've got to have vizionnn!

Anna U (it) wrote: insanity, camp, gore, lobsters, what more can a girl ask for?

Ryan O (br) wrote: Sadistic, and yet entertaining, Scarface showcases the American Dream that every one wants to live, it's what brings people like Tony Montana to this country. Only Tony actually had the guts to take it, and most Americans don't. Pacino does a great job in this so does Steven Bauer. "What's coming to you?""The world chico. And everything in it."

Matt L (au) wrote: This movie sucks horribly, i don't have much else to say about it. As a musical it is a failure, as a film pandering to a black audience it is a failure, it has very few redeeming qualities.

Ben H (gb) wrote: Was a tad slow but well acted and a good story.

Laura M (ag) wrote: Wonderfully acted and a bit quirky. I rather liked it.