The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland

The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland

The cuddly Care Bears star in this charming feature-length adaption of the classic story of Alice in Wonderland. A young girl named Alice and the Care Bears travel together into the whimsical land of the Mad Hatter and the March Hare. In this magical story about friendship and trust, Alice and the Care Bears try to thwart an evil wizard's attempt to become the King of Wonderland.

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The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland torrent reviews

Mercedes W (jp) wrote: The story shows you the continuation of part II with Marybeth. The story talks about a boy and his father that was know as a old tell among the people. The setting is in a swap in the middle were people outside of the city know when to keep out. If you seen part I and II you would most likely understand the storyline. The story of a father and his child with the cursed of a crime of unfairness.

Meera V (mx) wrote: Complete Hype. Rubbish film

Felisa E (kr) wrote: Yes of course I saw this! Not all that great and wouldn't recommend unless u have a group of kids and maybe a adult bottle handy

Thomas W (gb) wrote: Covering similar ground as 2010's FAR superior Somewhere (starring Steven Dorff and Elle Fanning in these "same" roles), Janie Jones is another father-daughter bonding pic although this one is set in the world of tour buses and indie rock where Somewhere was glitz/glam of Hollywood and hotels. Alessandro Nivola (Junebug, Jurassic Park 3, Face/Off) stars as musician Ethan Brand who's band is on the road of a "Comeback Tour". When the band comes to Little Rock, a former flame (Elisabeth Shue -- Leaving Las Vegas) informs him that she'll be seeking rehab and will need him to watch their daughter (Abigail Breslin - Zombieland, Little Miss Sunshine) while she does so. Obviously ... a bomb like that wouldn't NOT ruffle a few feathers within the group. Part of Janie Jones' problem is this very part of the film -- we don't know enough about Ethan and his past and bandmates to make total sense of what becomes of this; but we do see him begin to enteract with his daughter Janie and see their relationship grow. I don't buy all of it ... and I did but the bonding in Somewhere. If more of THIER story had been presented, perhaps we'd allow for the relationship to become believable; but I don't feel as if Janie Jones allows for this. The filmmakers knew how they wanted the film to end; but they didn't know how to BELIEVABLy get to that point. Perhaps some wouldn't care; but I felt let down by that. It was as if a fast-forward button had been pushed a couple of times and I missed out on portions of story that was necessary to convince me of what I was seeing. This isn't a bad film (although the songs in it are bad -- which is rather strange) ... it is just one that feels short-changed. There could have been something more here but there isn't.

Mayank M (fr) wrote: It's a YashRaj film.. So yes.. it is a big budget film.. very colourful, joyus, funny, etc.. but it doesn't kick a** :( I was disappointed with the plot but Rani makes up for the poor script with her fairly good performance..(Not her best).. The songs are good.. so overall it entertains.. but it does not thrill & entertain !

Maiju W (fr) wrote: Herttainen mutta valilla intialaisen alyton elokuva, joka muistuttaa Gandhin viisauksien merkityksesta nykypaivassa. Ihania vanhoja setia!

Denise A (ca) wrote: It's a good film. Very Sappy!

Jason O (de) wrote: Always been a big fan of watching Van Damme kick butt with the signature spin kick and fighting in general. Unfortunately, there is very little of that in "Legionnaire" and I found it to be a snore fest....even though I don't snore.

Sharku T (mx) wrote: A case when sequal surprasses original.

Andrew O (ca) wrote: Always warm-hearted and consistently funny, Wayne's World transcends its unsure beginning to become something genuinely amusing as it embraces its beautiful absurdity.