The Girl from the Wardrobe
This is the story of three characters (brothers Tomek and Jacek and their neighbor Magda), each of them is in their own way lonely and alienated. The title character makes herself secluded. Tomek's alienation results from his neurological disease, and Jacek contacts the world mainly via the Internet. This is also a film about love. Love of one brother to the other and of one alienated human being to the other. All together it creates a very universal picture with a Polish entourage.
- Stars:Wojciech Mecwaldowski, Piotr Glowacki, Magdalena Rózanska, Eryk Lubos, Teresa Sawicka, Olga Boladz, Magdalena Poplawska, Sebastian Stankiewicz, Wojciech Kalarus, Marcela Stanko, Tomas Mayer, Edyta Olszówka, Andrzej Makowiecki, Modest Rucinski, Delfina Wilkonska,
- Director:Bodo Kox,
- Writer:Bodo Kox
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The Girl from the Wardrobe torrent reviews
(it) wrote: One of the things that I love most about this movie is that it tries hard to treat all of its stars the same. Obviously it's a documentary and we all know that LeBron James rises above the rest - but I love that it's a story of the team and not just about LeBron. But can the team excel without him? You have to watch to find out. Great documentary movie making with a great soundtrack. Watch this one, whether you love basketball or not.
(it) wrote: This is an over cliched movie that rips too much off of its predecessor (WarGames), 2001: A Space Odyssey, and Eagle Eye. The acting is lackluster and the plot is uninteresting. Maybe if I was a gullible 11 year old again, I might enjoy this, but I was thoroughly disappointed
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(us) wrote: A very well acted, powerful, and emotional film about a man determined to accomplish something worthwhile and reconnect with his son before he dies.
(ru) wrote: Strange movie !! but then not bad !!
(jp) wrote: I'm not really sure why this has so many negative reviews. I just watched it with 2/3 of my children yesterday (ages 6 and 8) and we all really enjoyed it. To start with, the animation was fantastic. The plot was interesting and kept everyone watching from start to finish. The "message" of the film was not, to me, heavy-handed or pushy, especially compared to Fern Gully, which came out around the same time. And yes, there was one part involving the death of two characters that was a bit "harsh", but this is certainly not the first animated film to do that and definitely not the last either.
(br) wrote: 4.5/5 I think I just have a sweet spot for movies showing young people having fun, especially in the summer time. Throw in some awesome kills, cheesy humour and one shocker of an ending and you've got Sleepaway Camp. Unfortunately I had the ending partly spoiled for me so I didn't feel its full effect. Nevertheless, Sleepaway Camp might be one of my favourite slashers. It's a campy good time (I had to)!
(es) wrote: An interesting premise. The period leading up to D-Day through the eyes of a young soldier, mixed with actual newsreel footage in between. I've always found anything to do with World World Two interesting so I thought the pieces of newsreel were fascinating. At times it's pretty hard to tell what is archive and what has been filmed especially for the film because they have done such a good job in recreating the style of the archive footage. The only downside is that I felt at times the narrative parts were a bit flat at times, with an unimpressive script and it took a while to get going. Considering the subject matter it's unsurprisingly not a feel good movie. Overall though, a very moving, and thought provoking film.
(jp) wrote: Two words... Leonardo DiCaprio. Thats really all you need when it comes to experiencing this movie. DiCaprio will always be the highlight of this film and you should't be surprised why that is. But waiting on the other end is the outstanding performance from Johnny Depp. Hallstrom's direction is great as well, but yes, Leo is your reason for enjoying this.