Space Chimps 2: Zartog Strikes Back
Comet longs to be taken seriously as a full-fledged space chimp. He journeys to the fantastical Planet Malgor and bonds with the adorable alien Kilowatt, living out his ultimate fantasy. However, it's time for Comet to prove himself when the feared alien ruler Zartog takes over Mission Control! Comet must show he has the right stuff, and join fellow chimps Ham, Luna and Titan, to save the day.
- Stars:Tom Kenny, Zack Shada, Patrick Warburton, Cheryl Hines, Carlos Alazraqui, Laura Bailey, John DiMaggio, Stanley Tucci, Patrick Breen, Jane Lynch, Omid Abtahi, Noreen Reardon, David Michie,
- Director:John H. Williams,
- Writer:Robert Moreland
Space Chimps 2: Zartog Strikes Back follows Comet, the cool techno chimp who longs to be taken seriously as a full-fledged space chimp. Comet journeys to the fantastical Planet Malgor and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Space Chimps 2: Zartog Strikes Back torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: It's all right. It tries to be something more than what it is, but mostly it's just silly.
(ag) wrote: Ado film. I did not like the narration by our heroine throughout the film. Story is good to follow though and knowing you'll die soon is always dramatic. Very annoying that it happens to children.
(us) wrote: 6 Guns is a movie that tries way to hard to be cool. It is poorly written and horribly acted. Not even worth a dollar at the redbox.
(ru) wrote: This guy will blow your mind
(br) wrote: A story about life of 5 women whose paths intersected in a beauty salon. I guess the plot line is... bit like life, however pathetic it may sound - about the search of happiness and attempts to discover it in one's everyday routine. If "the ideal" doesn't seem to come, let's just create it in the surroundings - it's an art to be able to do it. And the double edged sword of caramel - sweet but may also bring pain.
(ru) wrote: political thrillers are a dime a dosen, but political rom-coms are a nice change of pace.
(kr) wrote: Better than film history remembers, this Thunder-striking trip Beyond trades spit for polish without sacrificing the action as Mad Max takes a road toward the mainstream. In downgrading to a PG-13, this second sequel softens the character's defining hard-bitten edges but conversely deepens his complexity. Less biting and ballsy, this audience-friendly warrior road-trip troublingly makes the franchise more accessible to younger filmgoers, but winningly sports the same Mad-dening big-budget stunt spectaculars as its predecessor.In this PG-13-rated sci-fi adventure, a drifter (Gibson) exiled from the most advanced town in post-apocalyptic Australia travels with a group of abandoned children to rebel against the town's queen (Turner). Gibson makes the most out of this, his final go-round as the Road Warrior. It's only two years before Lethal Weapon will Max out his penchant for Mad rogues even more and the actor manages to show great depth and slightly less edge in this meatier exploration of the title character. Going nearly as big as her singing in Private Dancer, Tina Turner puts the Queen B in B-Movie and truly makes for a memorable villain. With a greater concentration on the road warrior women, Miller's third Max film shares some defining DNA with Fury Road. Too bad it took three decades to thread them through, but the wait proves more than worth it.Bottom line: Murtaugh and Rigged
(fr) wrote: One of the best fantasy-history movies of the pre-Lord of the Rings (probably from the post also) era. The scene when the knights ride out for the music of Carmina Burana is one of my outmost favorite of all time.
(kr) wrote: needs more character and plot development