When heavy rains create a mysterious "new water", Littlefoot sets off to explore the Great Valley. He quickly becomes friends with Mo, a prank-playing dolphin-like creature who can't find ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Land Before Time IX: Journey to the Big Water
Beloved dinosaurs Littlefoot, Cera, Spike, Petrie and Ducky return in this story about the wonders of discovery that features new songs, including Donny Osmond's "No One Has to Be Alone."
- Stars:Russell Crowe, Renée Zellweger, Paul Giamatti, Craig Bierko, Antonio Hortelano, Laura Manzanedo, Fernando Andina, Mónica Estarreado, Lorenzo Armenteros, Eva Marciel, Aurora Carbonell, Duna Santos, Celia Trujillo, Nacho Silva, John Ingle, Kenneth Mars, Miriam Flynn, Thomas Dekker, Anndi McAfee, Aria Noelle Curzon, Rob Paulsen, Tress MacNeille, Jeff Bennett, Nicole Cory,
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Antonio C (ca) wrote: Fantastic performance by Ryan renolds! The story itself is a little lackluster, but the way he utilizes his recourses is fantastic to say the least.
Seaton M (ru) wrote: I am a university student who is an economics major. With that said, my problem with this film is that it perpetuates all of the false beliefs about the national debt, such as that the debt is bankrupting our country and that we are passing a bill to our children. Neither of these concerns are true. However there are real substantive issues with the debt that the film never even bothers to address, such as increasing income disparity, rising interest rates, and decreased incentives to invest in new capital. The bottom line is, how am I supposed to take a film seriously when the film makers don`t even seem to understand the material which the film is about. The scary thing is that a lot of people out there will take everything this film says as gospel truth.
Brian B (fr) wrote: The sequels weren't that good but in my opinion, this is one of the better horror movies of the 2000's. As the film continues on, it gets more tense and the different traps make more tension. As soon as it starts, Adam and Dr. Lawrence start recalling incidents so they can figure out what happened to them and who put them there. It's a great look into human survival and it covers the depths of insanity as they start to turn on each other. I know it's excessively gory at some parts so this is not for everyone but most horror fans would probably like it. Also, at the final 5 minutes, its twist ending will knock you cold. Accompanied, by the epic score, your heart will be racing beyond belief. I'm not going to spoil the ending because it must be witnessed start to finish to be fully appreciated. But, thinking about the true nature of it, makes it more terrifying. Unfortunately, all the other sequels weren't able to recapture the charm of the first one but if you want an epic, gore-filled, tense story about survival then you'll likely enjoy this one as long as you can get past the gore.
Kelly M (es) wrote: Touching, powerful drama about a girl struggling to find her own power in the world, in spite of being thrust into the lives of a plethora of dysfunctional women including her own charismatic, enigmatic, imprisoned birth mother played brilliantly by Michelle Pfeiffer.
Jos M (ru) wrote: Recibio pesimas criticas en su estreno, pero es una pelicula que mantiene su ritmo apesar de lo absurdo de su trama,Gabriel Byrne seductor como Satan se roba el film.
Allen R (us) wrote: Definitely the best of those early Fangoria films, MINDWARP contains what it easily Bruce Campbell's most natural and genuine performance (ie. least hammy). Borrowing elements of NEUROMANCER a decade before the Wachowski's, the "jacked-in" plot is more post-apocalyptic mutant cannibals than tech-oriented cyberpunk.
Lawrence W (nl) wrote: With Robin Williams and Dustin Hoffman starring, and Spielberg directing, I expected something stronger. However, take nothing away from this charming and fun romp that the two great stars carry on their shoulders. Bob Hoskins is especially funny as Smee.
Scott R (de) wrote: a fairy tale done right. After a slow start, the 3rd act is just spot on perfect
Hashim H (it) wrote: Akira Kurosawa's last masterpiece takes on king Lear is breathtakingly tragic as it is visually stunning , depicting the human self-destructiveness in a form of cinematic thunder, a spectacle for mind and heart..8/10
Cindy I (gb) wrote: A few funny scenes, but doesn't NEARLY come close to Cheech and Chong's best stuff.
Jon F (jp) wrote: Mads Mikkleson as a gun toting cowboy - hell yeah!