The Frog Prince
Children's musical based on Grimm's fairy tale of The Frog-King. A young girl learns how to be a good friend and princess with the help of a "tall frog."
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Alejandro S (nl) wrote: Esta es una produccin conjunta entre Mxico y Espaa, dentro del sub-gnero del "found footage". En trminos generales me entretuve, sin embargo debo reconocer que el filme carece de personalidad propia, ya que toma prestados demasiados elementos de otros filmes, no solo otros del mismo sub-gnero, sino de otros filmes en general dentro de horror. Tambin hay momentos que aunque es lgico que los personajes corran despavoridos, pues es muy confuso enfocar al ver una pantalla donde todo se mueve y uno no logra discernir lo que sucede en esos momentos. Pienso que tenan algo bueno que si hubieran pulido mejor el argumento antes de plasmarlo, hubieran logrado posicionarse mejor entre los filmes de este sub-gnero. No dira que lo recomiendo exactamente, pero si son fans del "found footage" pasarn un rato entretenido ya que se deja ver.
Marcus W (au) wrote: Proof that if everyone had Eric Cantona as an imaginary friend, the world would be a better place. Wonderful film.
Rodney S (ca) wrote: very good film. one of my favorites ever.
Tom H (us) wrote: Stallone`s first job as a director. and boy it shows! just look at this and see Rambo 4 afterwards. you can really see how he has evolved from a more than ok director too a master! Stallone also did the soundtrack, and it was fucking horrible!
Stuart K (mx) wrote: Written, produced and directed by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger (The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943), Black Narcissus (1947) and The Red Shoes (1948)), this is a portrayal of a real life naval battle that occurred. It might be a bit overlong, but it does have a good cast. It was also the last good film that Powell and Pressburger made before they went into a decline. In 1939, the German Navy are destroying merchant raiders in the Atlantic Ocean, the British Navy, with Commodore Harwood (Anthony Quayle), with Captain Woodhouse (Ian Hunter) commanding the Ajax, Captain Bell (John Gregson) commanding the Exeter and Captain Parry (Jack Gwillim) commanding the Achilles, go out looking for the Graf Spee, which is commanded by Captain Hans Langsdorff (Peter Finch), whose ship has British prisoners on board. After a battle at sea, the Graf Spee is left badly damaged, and has to go to the neutral port of Montevideo for repairs, but the Uruguayan authorities tell the crew they can only stay in port for 24 hours, by this point, the British are ready to attack. It's a good war film, and it has some lovely rich cinematography by Christopher Challis, and it has some nice locations done in Malta doubling for Montevideo, but it could have done with being 30 minutes shorter. Oh, and look out for a young Christopher Lee.
John W (es) wrote: A hilarious comedy version of Boyz n the Hood that Ice Cube did a few years later. It even has a lot of the same actors.