Sprung! The Magic Roundabout
A group of friends embark on a dangerous journey in an effort to imprison their oppressor -- the evil wizard ZeeBad.
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Matthew A (gb) wrote: The second short film in this three short collection is brilliant imo
Dimitri C (jp) wrote: "Mockingbird" is enough smart and suspensful to keep the attention and justify the found-footage choice. But, with a boring openning and a weird construction, the movie never reach the "fear level" he is pretending.
intuciic (de) wrote: pretty cool teenager-adventure movie.
Dan M (kr) wrote: One of the greatest dark comedies of all time. This movie has a small target audience: Intelligent people who understand and appreciate dark comedy.
Settimio P (us) wrote: I found this terribly lacking of pace and i was disappointed. Also although the choice of the leads seemd inspired, they acting was more the opposite.
Sohil S (au) wrote: Who is the moron who recommended this film ...
Kathryn S (ru) wrote: culturally interesting - czech issues of racism... family problems... funny at times!
Jackson M (kr) wrote: Liked this one better than the first
George I (de) wrote: Jolly good! Something kinda eerie about "Evil"'s plan to launch a technological dawn based on his understanding of the silicon revolution's true potential... in 1981 (and then his subsequent efforts to study up on computers). It's not actually prophetic, but then it sorta is.
Ian G (kr) wrote: Another average follow up to the Apes franchise and the final one until the lambasted Burton attempted reboot, Battle for the Planet of the Apes is the second film that was visably lifted for ideas for the remade Andy Serkis version of the series, most notably the power struggle between Ceaser and one of his soliders as to how to best manage the human relationship now that Apes have started to manage the planet and humans have fallen into a minroity, a few teachers and a bunch hiding in the old cities strugglling to overcome radiation poisoning from a nuclear attack of sorts. Told from the future from the timeline of the original film, it is intriguing if anything to compare the choices between Battle Of.... and the sequel it directly influenced Dawn of the..... Otherwise not as inspiring as earlier installments, merely perfunctory.
Camilo A (kr) wrote: I will consider the idea of having my own farm
Sarah M (nl) wrote: Sharon Tate makes her first screen appearance as an onlooker in a crowd scene.
Charles P (gb) wrote: This would've been much better as a 'Pre-Code' flick where there would have been much more scheming and nastiness instead of the combatants being ever so nice and demure, except for that old bat who tells Myrna Loy that men can't keep it in their pants.
Edgar C (gb) wrote: Going beyond the usual Clair vs. Chaplin debate, A Nous la Libert is a superior film in terms of satire and criticism. The neoliberal motors of the "organization and progress" motto carry the idea that "work is liberty"; not only that is a lie, but also an idea carried out by modern industrialization enterprises and factories. Addressing such hard topics in a comedic, slapstick way is one of the most unusual moves I've ever seen in cinema (Chaplin may have thought the same). Hence, the ending is a hilarious irony: the substitution of labor by machines and capital caused the exact opposite result. That's the motto of exploitation: "either you accept my preposterous wage or you can eat dust". 99/100
thomas b (nl) wrote: as good as there was . TOM .
Don S (gb) wrote: On par with the first movie: nothing original but still loaded with good action scenes. The offspring of the gods take center stage in this one, with a cyclops thrown in for humor. Percy has confidence issues, and the Sea of Monsters is such a small part of the story you have to wonder why it is named such. I liked it well enough, and would see a third installment if they ever make it.
Fong K (nl) wrote: Michelle Williams. looking a lot like Jesse Eisenberg here, gives probably her most underrated performance as a drifter barely surviving in her lonely and friendless existence in this minimalistic arthouse picture.