The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story
A documentary about the troubled sibling relationship between Robert B. Sherman & Richard M. Sherman -- aka The Sherman Brothers -- the Academy Award and Grammy-winning songwriters famous for their iconic Disney and Family Movie hits.
- Stars:Julie Andrews, Jim Dale, Roy Edward Disney, Micky Dolenz, Karen Dotrice, Samuel Goldwyn Jr., Bruce Gordon, Sheldon Harnick, James Jensen, Jeff Kurtti, John Landis, Angela Lansbury, John Lasseter, Gavin Lee, Wendy Liebman,
- Director:Gregory V. Sherman, Jeff Sherman,
A documentary about Robert B. Sherman & Richard M. Sherman -- aka The Sherman Brothers -- the Academy Award and Grammy-winning songwriters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story torrent reviews
(au) wrote: As far as the purge movies go this one was not my favorite. It was definitely really good and I was still really impressed how it still made me feel uneasy, jumpy, scared, but like I couldn't stop watching I've been a fan of these movies since the first one came out and just thought that movie was amazing! So this one wasn't a disappoint it just wasn't the best out of the three but it was still really good and intense
(kr) wrote: it feels as if they changed the story "ad hoc" at some points only to adapt to the obviously non-existing budget. It's full on "sci-fi channel" type trash. It's not a "so-bad-its-good" situation, it's just pure trash, which has its entertainment value
(kr) wrote: The first movie was better than this
(kr) wrote: Yeah, I wanted to punch creepy hotel manager (masterfully played by Frank Whaley) in the face. And Kate Beckinsale was for a good chunk of the movie an uber bitch. But Luke Wilson gave her what for. And holy crap was Ethan Embry unrecognizable! I had to keep squinting. "Is that really him?" Not the worst movie ever and not the best a somewhere in between. I'll leave this one up to you.
(ru) wrote: despite its excellent cinematography, its let down by disjointed scenes and a lack of exposition
(ca) wrote: This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.
(de) wrote: Delightful romantic comedy about an offbeat performance artist who instantly falls for a divorcing father of two kids who works in a department stores. Though the small stories on the side seem frivolous, the characters are wonderfully written, and the dialogue charmingly clever, once again showing that romantic comedies can be fascinating even without big stars or big budgets when creativity is involved.
(br) wrote: A Chinese puzzle of a movie with lots of mazes, twists and turns. With narration that becomes addictive the story is complex thus brilliant as one tries to use ones mind to work it all out. Actors do a great job making the characters become believable rascals. Dustin gives one of his master classes in acting and creates a lot of laughter along the way. Nibbles: Italian Asparagus Quiche.
(ca) wrote: Mr. Vampire is the classic Hong Kong horror movie that started it all. An expert monk must contend with a vampire on the loose and a seductive ghost, both out to get his two dim-witted apprentices.There is some brilliant gags and action choreography, and the mix of comedic set pieces and monster movie magic is truly entertaining and creative. The story is a bit silly, but just the right amount. The performances are fine, and its a perfect blend of horror, action, and comedy.
(us) wrote: Enjoyable on enough comic and what some of the cast brought to the appeals, but it was mostly aimed for younger viewers within the family audience to watch this silly-natured take of the sci-fi alien invasion concept that has its nice ideas to add towards the concept while retaining the dull approach of the family film standard. (B-)(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)