The Land Before Time
An orphaned brontosaurus named Littlefoot sets off in search of the legendary Great Valley. A land of lush vegetation where the dinosaurs can thrive and live in peace. Along the way he meets four other young dinosaurs, each one a different species, and they encounter several obstacles as they learn to work together in order to survive.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Animation, Family, Fantasy
- Stars:Diana Ross, Frank Welker, Gabriel Damon, Bill Erwin, Candace Hutson, Judith Barsi, Will Ryan,
- Country:USA, Ireland
- Director:Don Bluth,
- Writer:Stu Krieger (screenplay), Judy Freudberg (story), Tony Geiss (story)
Adventures of five small dinosaurs in prehistoric times to find the promised land. It is Great Valley where water and food are available, as well as where they can live and grow in peace. But to get there, they have to go through many difficulties... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Land Before Time torrent reviews
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(es) wrote: This film begs you to compare it to Russian Ark (Sukarov) and The Hypothesis of the Stolen Painting (Ruiz), which is high praise on its own. However, it is best imagined as the film that Guy Debord would have made for the Society of Spectacle if Debord had known how to make movies.Museum Hours is similar to checking your phone while having dinner with a friend: It demands no attention but gives you a reason to look, while you are trying to look away. Its a pretentious movie about art that is not a pretentious movie about art but instead a meditation on viewing: on the nature of looking upon the world and the unrelated unity that makes everything worth looking at.With its inter-cutting, it contrasts modern schizophrenic viewing realities with the focused viewing of paintings that is kept caged within museum walls - the museum actually a hermitage, or rather an homage to what are in reality outdated modes of seeing. The film claims that we go to museums to undress ourselves, to view within the illusion of an earlier simpler natural mode of ocular negotiation. In doing so it challenges the viewer to critically examine the film image with the same intensity that an art historian might view a canvas. The viewing of a discarded pair of jeans is as much a documentary as the crowds of Bruegel.Museum Hours allows no Plein Air, - no outside the studio, no outside the museum.
(ru) wrote: ED HARRIS' PERFORMANCE IS ABSOLUTELY UNREAL.
(au) wrote: The first half is pop without remorse and addictive, like if Zack Snyder was filming a mix between 300 and Prince of Persia, full of l33t ninjas and videogamey effects (from platformers to Mortal Kombat, "no holds barrel"); then drama comes, detracting from a flick which shouldn't allow seriousness to intrude.
(gb) wrote: Enjoyable hokum starring Kim Basinger being harassedby a bunch of thugs on Xmas Eve!
(ag) wrote: this movie makes me cry
(nl) wrote: The dialogues of this guy cracked me up!
(nl) wrote: What Firelight most tellingly lacks are riveting star performances to inevitably reel us in to its romantic absurdity.
(gb) wrote: Cool premise, fine to watch in the background but in the end, probably not that memorable.
(us) wrote: onsidering it was lenny henry and hes not known for beiong a film actor he didnt do that bad of a job in thisi thought it was rather funny and entertaining but i did think that it was a bit like mrs doubtfire with the mask and that but was good none the less
(mx) wrote: Trying hard to be a mixture of Once Upon A Time in America, GoodFellas and the Godfather Part II, Mobsters completely fails and is just a cheap imitation of those much better films in the same genre. The cast is terrible, the script is awful, and all the film has to offer is pointless nudity and violence. It's so desperate to be as good as the other films that I've mentioned, that it directly steals certain aspects (some scenes were exact Camera tricks used by Scorcese, and the entire opening could just have easily been an alternate one for Once Upon A Time in America if you replaced the cast). My opinion is watch the films I've mentioned, and ignore Mobsters.
(ru) wrote: lmao....one of the funniest things i have ever seen in my life. If you like to laugh..this is a 100% MUST WATCH!
(jp) wrote: great story and characters
(fr) wrote: A great child's film for people of all ages. Just fantastic! The script is wonderful and full of wit and humor. The voices are just perfect. Very far from Star Wars.
(nl) wrote: Fulci's Spaghetti is cool. He really should have made more.
(jp) wrote: Imagine you are a young man, and are forced to marry you father's boss's daughter. She has a reputation for being kind of violent and unwieldy, but you accept her. After you fall in love and have a child, the boss orders her back. Toshiro Mifune plays Isaburo, and refuses to have any of this after seeing his son happy.Based on character development before action, the film develops the characters very well before placing them in conflict. They even have a very interesting flashback in a flashback scene which really develops the bride, Ichi.By the end of the picture, you are really rooting for Isaburo and his son to defy the odds and win. With spectacular character drive and motivation, Samurai Rebellion makes for not only one of the best Samurai films, but one of the best films in terms of cinema.
(kr) wrote: Funny I don't usually enjoy older films .. but this one was good...
(us) wrote: Forgettable Story But Tracy, Widmark Shine--That Dysfunctional Deveraux Family!!
(br) wrote: David Fincher crafted an amazingly directed film with great twists and turns. The film is also superbly written and has great, interesting characters. Fight Club is probably the best of Fincher's films but is also one of the best films ever made.
(es) wrote: It lived up to the hype. Will Smith did a great job. Very intense at times. Very cool story. I didn't like the ending as much. I will see it again when it comes out on video.