Strawberry Shortcake: Berry Bitty Mysteries
Get ready for mischief, mystery and marvelous good times in Strawberry Shortcake: Berry Bitty Mysteries. You'll follow the clues to fun and adventure as Strawberry and her pals learn to face their fears, become real-life heroines and find some missing VIPs (Very Important Pets)! It's glimmery girl power to the rescue in these stories of friendship and understanding.
It's mischief, mystery and marvelous fun as Strawberry and her pals face their fears and find some missing VIPs (Very Important Pets) in these delightful tales about friendship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Strawberry Shortcake: Berry Bitty Mysteries torrent reviews
(au) wrote: An Interesting British musical about a teenager with an eating disorder who struggles to make friends and lives for music. Exceedingly catch songs and a great cast make this worth seeing.
(ag) wrote: The trailer was to gay for me. I wont go see it on that point. It was cheap movie day,, so i went. I will just say and i will be nice. Bad Bad Bad Bad Bad worst movie I have ever seen. But I must go,, since movies are a hobby of mine. Gags and laughs are on the 6 th grade level. If you like this film,, go see Sausage Party (another zero movie) at least that looks nice with the animation. I heard of spoofing on a TV series,, but the whole film is not funny and even there homo scene aren't that funny. Heres a scene you forgot to put in,., Nude Poncho is bending over picking up soap,, the other nude nut slips on his shampoo, and collides right into the ass end of poncho,, and to prevent himself from falling,, he hugs poncho around the waist,, Hilarious...funny,, wow why didnt I think of that gay humor... wow Go at your own risk,,, and to give you credit with 5 people in the audience, there was one plus size gal,, she got your humor.
(gb) wrote: Love hockey and all, but when I saw the trailer for this on TV, it just looked horrible.
(ca) wrote: This was terrible. And I don't mind a mediocre Hallmark/Lifetime movie. Ethan's comment: "The dog can act better than any of the humans."
(ru) wrote: A clever and self referential comedy in which the the 18th century novel of Tristram Shandy is told through the attempts to make a film about the story. There's a great use of the leads, Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon which plays to both of their perceived personalities and the relationship that they have with each other as friends. Coogan doesn't shy away from showing himself up and being the subject of ribbing and gentle ridicule. There are several scenes that play up to his perceived media persona and reputation. In many ways, this feels like a television mockumentary, punctuated by scenes from the novel but it really works and provides plenty of giggles and laughs along the way.
(ca) wrote: I'd like to see this movie!!
(br) wrote: Very intelligent writing, great acting and super interesting camera work, just bogged down by less than stellar lighting and too much story crammed into only 97 minutes of screentime.
(br) wrote: wonderfull movie about how lost changes a family and about how we want to believe the best very sad but good
(ca) wrote: Great film, definately worth watching.
(au) wrote: 1/10 Richard's fav romantic movies
(nl) wrote: Leave it to Hollywood to try to wring more money out of a tired franchise. That's exactly what they have done with JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT.The film is based on the character created by bestselling author Tom Clancy. We first met Jack in 1990 when Alec Baldwin played him in THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER. Then came a couple of films, in 1992 and 1994, starring Harrison Ford as the CIA Agent of Steel, and then Ben Affleck played him again in 2002. This time a young Jack Ryan is played by Chris Pine, whom audiences know as James T. Kirk in the rebooted STAR TREK franchise. The guy seems to be making a career out of playing familiar characters.In JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT, we see Jack as a Ph. D. student at the London School of Economics, which is in London, in case you didn't know. (The director shows the London Eye, the Thames River, the Palace of Westminster and the Union Flag and tells us this is London.) It's September 11, 2001 and, when the Twin Towers fall, Jack decides to drop out of school and join the army. Fast forward 18 months and we find Jack on duty in Afghanistan. When his helicopter gets shot down, Jack is sent - broken back and all - back to the US for physiotherapy where he meets his future wife, Dr. Cathy Muller, who is played by Keira Knightley.Stateside and healed, Jack gets recruited into the CIA's Financial Intelligence Unit and is sent to work at an investment bank on Wall Street as an analyst who covertly tracks down suspicious dealings that may be used to support terrorist activities. When Jack believes he has uncovered a Russian plot to collapse the US economy, he gets sent to Moscow to investigate further. Within minutes of his arrival, someone tries to kill him and Jack Ryan goes from being a boring desk jockey to killer field agent. Fortunately, both his training as a marine and his physical stamina that saw him through his back injury serve him well and he survives his first test with barely a scratch on him. In fact, Jack survives all his altercations with just a tiny cut on his forehead even though he still needs to wear a back brace.The bad guy in the story is played by Kenneth Branagh, who also directs the film. Branagh plays Russian oligarch and criminal mastermind Victor Cherevin, whose company Ryan is investigating. Although Cherevin somehow knows that Ryan is more than just a paper pusher, he lets his guard down long enough for Ryan to infiltrate his company's security - not to mention his firewall, download his hard drive onto a USB stick and get it to his CIA handler. Obligatory car chases in two cities follow and a bomb plot is foiled. Jack Ryan saves the world once again and all the good guys live happily ever after.While there should be enough action in the storyline to sustain the film, it keeps falling flat. For me, it was like watching a bad episode of the TV series HOMELAND... not that there ever was such a thing. The most tension in the film came when Jack was sitting on the floor in Cherevin's office downloading the files - wow, scary stuff! Are economic crimes ever suspenseful? There was never any point where I was sitting on the edge of my seat wondering how Jack will get through his next tribulation. The camerawork is terribly shaky too - intentionally so - but all that does is make you want to rub your eyes and try to refocus them.JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT was the "sum of all my fears". It expected it to be bad and it didn't disappoint. Save your money and give it a miss. However, if you are going to see it, keep your eyes out for a very familiar face who has a cameo role.
(ru) wrote: Offender was a good movie, possibly a great one, but I can't make that distinction, feeling like I missed a good portion of it. The story is solid and the acting is terrific, but Offender is a British film, and some of the accents were so thick, that I had a really hard time with the dialogue. The story centers on Tommy Nix (Joe Cole), a man on a mission, to avenge the savage beating of his wife, and the death of his unborn son. Tommy has a problem though, all the men responsible are already in jail. Acting on impulse, Tommy decides to get arrested, and sent to the same facility to enact his revenge. Being that this was a British film, I was not familiar with any of the actors, so I really didn't know what to expect. After seeing the film, I can tell you this much, remember the name Joe Cole, because this young man is destine for stardom. He gives one of the most powerful performances I've seen all year. Cole's performance is really what separates this film from similar stories. Tommy Nix was not a superhero, but what he has to endure at this strange prison, leading up to the exciting conclusion, was really something to see. Offender seemed to blend originality with several similar story lines. It's easy to see the influence of Payback, Oz (The TV Show), and Sleepers, while watching this movie. The writers took just enough to enhance the film, without making it seem like they were ripping anyone off. I really enjoyed Offender and it's star Joe Cole, but I feel as though the thick accents and mumbled dialogue took something away. As someone who isn't used to hearing it everyday, it made the film somewhat difficult to understand at times. It's still worth seeing, if only for Cole's performance. Maybe the next time I watch it I'll put on the closed captioning.