The Land Before Time XI: Invasion of the Tinysauruses
While trying to obtain "Tree Sweets", Littlefoot into the tree and knocks down all the blossoms, attracting the Tinysauruses. They devour the plants and disappear. But Littlefoot isn't blamed for the disappearance, instead he accidentally makes the adults believe the tiny dinosaurs were the main cause. Now Littlefoot and his friends must protect the tiny herd and learn the value of honesty.
- Stars:Aaron Spann, Jeff Bennett, Aria Noelle Curzon, Michael Clarke Duncan, Miriam Flynn, Nika Futterman, John Ingle, Leigh Kelly, Tress MacNeille, Camryn Manheim, Kenneth Mars, Anndi McAfee, Rob Paulsen, Ashley Rose, Cree Summer,
- Director:Charles Grosvenor,
- Writer:John Loy (screenplay)
Littlefoot and his friends return in another adventure. But this time, they aren't the smallest dinosaurs in the valley...anymore. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Land Before Time XI: Invasion of the Tinysauruses torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: an absurdist comedy that is surprisingly funny and entertaining. definitely would be Michael Bay's favorite comedy with the amount of explosives. very great and it took you on an enjoyable ride.
(es) wrote: I gave up after 2 hours. This movie is basically a big mind-fuck, but I guess it's a very successful one if that was the purpose of the movie.
(it) wrote: Here is an example of classy casting stepping in to perform the heimlich maneuver on a script as stiff as a plank.Jason Lee carries this movie squarely on his shoulders. His acting gives the entire cast a strong foundation to build their characterisation on. Thanks to some great performances directed by the trustworthy hands of Chris Koch (one of the Scrubs directors), this movie manages to keep the audience laughing.Unfortunately, the ensemble team of screenwriters fall on their faces with a terrible, movie-shattering script. It must be clearly stated that not all these writers are to blame. Matt Tarses, probably better known as a screenwriter behind Scrubs; and Bill Wrubel, one of the sixteen original Will & Grace producers who went on to write Ugly Betty and Modern Family seem to have been brought in to doctor the original script. This was most likely a decision made by Koch.The culprits here are Peter Schwaba and Greg Glienna. Don't worry if you haven't heard these names before, they aren't worth hearing about. Schwaba's next filmmaking endeavor was 2006's The Godfather of Green Baby, which looks like an horrific biopic that I pray never to watch. The box office has been kinder to Glienna, who grossed over $28 million with his 1992 filmmaking debut Meet the Parents (an embryonic version of Meet the Fockers). A Guy Thing grossed just over $15 million in comparison. I'm not one to give the box office any credence, but in this case it has proven a shrewd signpost to the fate of both writer's careers; after 2006, they don't seem to have written again.And thank God almighty these lackluster screenwriters have put their pens down. Lets hope they are smart enough to never write another script for the screen again.
(jp) wrote: ......there's simply no denying that Jekyll Hyde is, above all else, just flat-out dull.
(br) wrote: A guide on how to get through during unemployment.I thought I have seen almost all the films of Jim Carrey, but then I found that's not true, so I decided to start with this. This is a remake of the 70s film or you could say the second screen adaptation of the novel of the same name. I haven't seen the other version, but I must admit that I enjoyed it thoroughly. This is not the greatest comedy I have ever seen, but still so good with great performances, particularly Jim Carrey's.A simple storyline, a couple loses their jobs and they find hard to get another. They begin to lose one by one, everything that belongs to them and finally the house is the last thing they want to lose. So they plan to do something very serious thing to tackle their situation and seems its working out so well, but for how long. Then comes their masterplan to the permanent solution and how they accomplish it is what leads to the conclusion.The film was so fast, feels too short or like a TV episode. That means makes us to feel to have more, but it ends very nice way. The story might feel silly, but the comedies are so good. And if you like Jim Carrey and his trademark jokes, then you would have a great time. Truly, I haven't seen a good comedy from the recent time releases, so I'm happy I saw this, even though it is a decade old. There's no serious negative stuffs in it like drugs, sex or nudity, so I think it is okay for family viewing.7/10
(es) wrote: Cybill Shepherd is miscast. Otherwise it's ok.
(it) wrote: This is should probably only be a two or two and a half star film, but the charm of Rat Pakcers Frank and Dino make this tepid sex comedy more enjoyable than it deserves. Frank takes his wife, Deborah Kerr, to Mexico to celebrate their wedding anniversary, but she ends up accidentally married to Dean due to a language mix up. Comic innuendo and entendres ensue. And look for DeForest Kelley in a supporting role.
(br) wrote: A movie that makes me laugh, smile and cry. This was my introduction to Hedy Lamarr and together with Judy Garland and Lana Turner, the three of them managed to do excellent Ziegfeld Girls.
(ca) wrote: Got a kick out of this one! Very Funny!
(jp) wrote: unbon p'tit polar frenchie bien tendu, bien rythm (tout ce qui manque dans le cinma actuellement quoi!) bonnes cascades l'ancienne, quelques petits dfauts certes mais cela fait tout le charme de cette "srie b franaise" du cinma bricolage que j'aime!
(ag) wrote: Fun, nicely animated version of Roald Dahl's classic tale. The story of the dream-catching giant follows the story pretty much to the letter. The voice-casting is also pretty good with David Jason doing a bang-up job as the BFG. The weakest element are the songs.
(us) wrote: The main thing that even made this movie watchable is that Laura Dern was sexy.