Surf's Up

Surf's Up

Cody is a surfing penguin from Shiverpool who dreams of making it big and being like his idol Big Z. On his journey he discovers his talents are not all he thinks they are and he must learn to accept that their is more to surfing than fame and fortune. Surf's Up is a 2007 American computer-animated mockumentary film produced by Sony Pictures Animation and distributed by Columbia Pictures and ImageWorks Studios. It stars the voices of Shia LaBeouf, Jeff Bridges, Zooey Deschanel, Jon Heder among others.

A behind-the-scenes look at the annual Penguin World Surfing Championship, and its newest participant, up-and-comer Cody Maverick. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Surf's Up torrent reviews

Kevin L (ag) wrote: too dark and graphic for my tastes. But i do love the title.

Kace C (jp) wrote: Caf de Flore [Canada, 2012] That's one crazy parallelism. 7.5/10

Lars P (kr) wrote: Crash, Boom, Bang with aliens AND without any of the fun of Independence Day. A very average action film.

Steve D (br) wrote: Very good vigilante movie

Nick M (it) wrote: I find it upsetting that Thora Birch hasn't been in a noteworthy film since 'Ghost World'. So I took on good faith to give this true crime tale a chance. Birch stars as real life murderess and former prostitute who uses men for their love and finances. While it does have some very good moments, overall the film is a total wreck that has earned its place on the straight to video shelf.

Wendy C (br) wrote: It's a touching story and make feel the power of nature and love and music! Really impressive!

Ky K (mx) wrote: Haven has good beginning, nevertheless the story about unconnected lives that intersect resulting in a violent chain of events isn't enough strong.

Chris F (ru) wrote: This movie is fantastic and brings back memories. A lot of laughs throughout the movie.

Clay B (de) wrote: PUMPKINHEAD II: BLOOD WINGS (1994)

Richard B (nl) wrote: Astonishingly weird. Badly shot, and hideously edited to create lengthy pauses for audience laughter that never comes. Gains one point for Burt Kwouk.

Zaar D (jp) wrote: augh, not another Corey movie!

Blake P (gb) wrote: "Matrimonio all'italiana" is one seriously underrated foreign film. Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni are obviously the most talented and most celebrated Italian actors of all time, and though this was my first time viewing them together on the big screen, and out of their many pairings, it's a treat. Domenico (Mastroianni) and Filumenna (Loren) have been together for almost twenty-two years, and the relationship is suddenly stopped when Domenico decides to marry somebody else. In a desperate attempt, Filumenna pretends to be on her deathbed so he will marry her. It works, but Domenico isn't happy. "Matrimonio all'italiana" is one of the many films that paired up Loren with masterful director Vittorio de Sica. I have always thought of him as "her director" because it seems like all of her best films he directed. One of those cases settles here. I was expecting this to just be a lighthearted, funny, Italian rom-com, but oddly enough I didn't get that. OK, sure, the first half is, but after that, no. The first half is just flashbacks, and when the present sets in, that when some super dramatic, tear-jearking stuff comes along. The first hour I was thinking, "Sophia got nominated for this?" but clearly I was not far enough into the movie. Actresses can play middle-aged with makeup and a creaky voice, but this time Loren steps into the role and is very very good, thus giving a totally deserved Oscar nod, and Mastroianni deserves his Golden Globe nomination too. Their performances are moving, and when their characters go through a huge transformation from selfish to selfless, they pull it off effortlessly. We get the best of the actors and the director here, a very good script, and a good view of Italy. What's not to like? "Matrimonio all'italiana" is a good film to see on Instant Watch. Highly recommended.

Vicki W (es) wrote: Susan Hayward was great. Good film overall on the very real trials and tribulations of marriage... and for a 1940s film, not horrifically sexist either! ;)

Juli N (ca) wrote: I absolutely loathe this film!