Stitch! The Movie

Stitch! The Movie

The continuing adventures of Lilo, a little Hawaiian girl, and Stitch, the galaxy's most wanted extraterrestrial. Stitch, Pleakley, and Dr. Jumba are all part of the household now. But what Lilo and Stitch don't know is that Dr. Jumba brought one of his alien "experiments" to Hawaii.

The movie follows the further adventures of Stitch (aka Experiment 626) and his new surrogate family in Hawaii as they set out to stop a scheming rodent, Hamsterviel, from gettings his paws on his experimental predecessors. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Stitch! The Movie torrent reviews

NIGEL D (jp) wrote: Well this film was a nice surprise to me it's shows how being on drug a life changing events.

Venetia D (de) wrote: The cast did a decent job but there are certain scenes in the movie which is simply not done in the Catholic church so they should have done their research.

Zachary G (es) wrote: First anime in a while to almost jerk a tear out of me.

Josh M (us) wrote: This was the first and only movie I've ever walked out of theater on. An absolutely terrible movie trying to imitate what made the 2007 film, Superbad, successful.

Robert H (es) wrote: I'm still not sure if this was amazingly clever or superbly retarded. Triloquist is a film that really seems like it doesn't quite know what it wants to be. It's trying to find its voice if you will.The best thing about this film is Paydin LoPachin as the main psychopath Angelina. She's beautiful, bizarre, quirky and psychotic. The ventriloquist dummy was more annoying than anything. I could have seriously used a bit more freeky and a little less damaged and dirty when it came to its look.But without giving away any spoilers, nothing is really explained in this film. There are hints, suggestions, possibilities, but the film seems to indicate that all of them are true even though that doesn't make any sense.Who's the killer? The puppet? Norbert? Angelina? Something else? Are people even being killed? Triloquist tries to be uber clever and quirky but it probably would have been much better had it just played it safe.

Jenny M (jp) wrote: It was slow but decent. Did not find it funny, as Netflix said it was a indie comedy. It was a movie about family and friends and dealing with loss.

Jarred L (it) wrote: "Memories" consists of three animated segments with roots in science fiction. The first two are roughly 45 minutes each and the third is about 20 minutes long."Magnetic Rose": A chilling psychological thriller that centers around a crew of space junk collectors who discover the remains of a giant spacecraft. This story was probably my favorite and I honestly wouldn't fault anyone for watching it and skipping the rest. It was enthralling, haunting, and will keep you in suspense until the very end."Stink Bomb": An immensely humorous tale that warns against the dangers of failing to uphold lab procedures (not really, but that's what I got out of it). The story was considerably lacking in relation to "Magnetic Rose," but you will definitely have a good time nonetheless. It is kind of disturbing to think that the director uses humor to convey such a dark story, though."Cannon Fodder": Definitely the most lacking of the three segments. It was so short that it hardly seemed appropriate to put it alongside the two other segments, and the story was essentially non-existent. To be honest, it felt like more of a gesture than short film. An exercise in "hey, look what we can do!" film-making.

Justin L (nl) wrote: Interesting work from Godard but also really self indulgent as well. I prefer his New Wave films over his more recent stuff by far but this isn't all that bad. It's really well made and well acted but I just felt like it went nowhere and that Godard only made it because he could.

Thomas K (it) wrote: The first Blaxploitation film directed by a black filmmaker. Redd Foxx gave a wonderful performance and the film performed well across the board.

Ilsa L (us) wrote: Ida Lupino steals all of her scenes as Mildred Donner.

Becca D (mx) wrote: Not their best but it kept me laughing nearly all the way through.

House M (mx) wrote: Walhber, bad as always, Eric Bana, surpisingly bad aswell. This is a bad movie, about a failed mission in the middle of Afghanistan. Based on true event. Not a must see.

David G (nl) wrote: Even with every conceivable re-edit and all of the choppy editing, there's no denying how much passiom behind the camera Clive Barker put into his film. But it can't be mistaken for its flawed narrative.

Jacob D (us) wrote: It's almost like they didn't even care anymore and just threw some loud and obnoxious movie together.