Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over

Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over

Carmen's caught in a virtual reality game designed by the Kids' new nemesis, the Toymaker. It's up to Juni to save his sister, and ultimately the world.

Carmen's caught in a virtual reality game designed by the Kids' new nemesis, the Toymaker (Stallone). It's up to Juni to save his sister, and ultimately the world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tom M (kr) wrote: 5.0 out of 5 stars Charles Schulz Would Be Very Pleased, February 7, 2012 By Doubting Thomas (Queens, NY) - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Happiness Is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy Comb... (Blu-ray) Like Linus being deprived of his blanket, Peanuts fans have been going through withdrawal since Charles Schulz left us 12 years ago. When I found out they had made a new Peanuts special, I said, "Good Grief! How could they?!" Because the creator was not at the helm, I was fully prepared not to like this. I was very happy to see that the folks who put this together got it right! They perfectly captured the angst of the Peanuts strip as well as the look/sound/feel of the early Peanuts TV specials from the 60s.Stephan Pastis, the writer (who does "Pearls Before Swine," my current favorite strip), Andy Beall, the director, and Jamie Simone, the voice director, all deserve the appreciation of Peanuts fans, as do the producers, who took a chance on this project. All involved clearly love and respect the work of Charles Schulz and have treated it with tender loving care.Minor quibble/question: The trademark "Linus and Lucy" theme music is noticeably absent. Strains of Vince Guaraldi's "Little Birdy" can be heard, though, yet I didn't see his name in the credits.Now, how about a "Pearls Before Swine" special? :)

Cellardoor E (de) wrote: This is a very cute movie...the title fits the story.

Bob W (mx) wrote: Covers roughly 2 chapters of the important historical book's account of Native American plight after Civil War and leading up to the tragedy. Important for that reason, but also fine casting and story-telling.

arminta t (kr) wrote: What most gay cinema hopes to be.

rur B (br) wrote: How can one even call this a Pink Panther movie? It mostly has clips from the old movies, and adds a few very pointless scenes with them.

Jason C (nl) wrote: A top cast. Cushing camping beyond imagination with super gaunt cheekbones and curious ginger eyebrows. Imaginative lighting direction and practical SFX for such a low budget film. Genuinely creepy in a couple of spots. Fun.

Stefanie C (us) wrote: This is a fun film, but it doesn't near comparison to wilder's work with the two stars in 'the apartment." ...but no one said that it should.

Lindsay P (fr) wrote: My favorite of the Astaire Rogers series, yet it was considered a flop by critics and lost RKO money.....??? Very witty and lighthearted and best dances in there. I love "I Used to be Colorblind".

Sumanjit R (gb) wrote: Forgetting Sarah Marshall finds just the right mix of romantic and raunchy comedy.

Reese J (it) wrote: Used to be one of my favourite movies, back when I was convinced I was straight and had my celebrity crush on Sarah Michelle Gellar to back it up. I don't think I could sit through this movie now if I tried.

William R (ag) wrote: The original trailer calls this film "haunting and hypnotic". No two words could more aptly describe this surrealistic and original piece. The thing that really impresses me about this film is how subtle the anti-war message is. Most films (whether pro- or anti-war) are somewhat in-yer-face with whatever agenda they are pushing. Overlord is much more subdued, not only with it's message but with most of the performances, as well; this is especially true in the scene where the protaganist meets The Girl (my favorite scene). Also, it was quite refreshing to see a D-Day film from the exclusive view of the British. Some of the archive footage seems completely random and out of place, but considering this film was produced by the Imperial War Museum, I suppose it was to be expected.

Rafal K (ru) wrote: Having seen it 32 years after production, I must admit it felt like visitng a museum of science-fiction and IT, yet it was quite a pleasant and interesting visit.

Matthew T (nl) wrote: Really well rounded. Cool, funny, well paced and action packed with great characters. Highly recommend a watch.