The little mermaid rescues a prince from drowning and falls in love with him. To be with him, she makes a deal with the evil sorceress: her beautiful voice against a life on land. It seems ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Little Mermaid
Retelling of the classic Hans Christian Andersen fairytale 'The Little Mermaid'.
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Susie G (de) wrote: A sweet movie about the power of coincidence and the bonds of family and friends.
FilmGrinder S (br) wrote: 72%I liked seeing Lillard and McDonald play father and son again.
Dicaprio L (es) wrote: A very inspiring neat story. Lots of good footage from soviet times. An enjoyable watch and most should be able to take something away from the Estonians example.
John D (nl) wrote: Great animation. what do you expect from Disney-Pixar? Effective story-telling (although too anti-western civilization in its overtones).
Ben B (es) wrote: Die Hard was directed by John McTierman (Predator) and stars Bruce Willis as John McClane, a New York cop visiting LA to see his wife (Bonnie Bedelia) and kids. Shortly after John arrives at his wife's big corporate Christmas party, the building is taken under control by terrorist Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman) and his 12 henchmen who are using a hostage situation as a cover while they rob the company of its riches.Is there anything to say about Die Hard that hasn't already been said? Not only did this movie effectively provide Bruce Willis with consistent employment for the rest of his life, but it also set the standard of action movies to follow. John McClane is an easy character to cheer for thanks to his charisma and sarcasm. If John McClane is the foundation for action protagonists to be build upon, then Rickman's Hans Gruber does the same for antagonists. In my humble opinion, Hans Gruber might only be second to Darth Vader himself for the best movie villain of all-time. His deception, ruthlessness, and composure make for a chilling enemy. Watching his ultimate demise is probably one of the more satisfying moments in action cinema.Another thing I love about Die Hard is how fleshed-out the other characters are. The cop in communication with McClane (played by Reginald VelJohnson) is given some backstory that really helps develop his ever-trusting relationship with John. Holly McClane shows that she is having troubles with her marriage to John through the use of her maiden name when conducting business. Even one of Hans' henchmen is given a personal reason to bring down McClane early on. These simple traits do nothing but aid the impact of every scene.There are even some subtle lines that end up having major impacts on the plot later on. In my most recent viewing, I caught a line from the sleazy executive trying to woo Holly about a watch he gave her. Next time you watch the movie, REMEMBER THAT WATCH. That's just one example of the layers of complexity given to this masterpiece.Folks, obviously I love Die Hard and have nothing negative to say about it. It may very well be not only one of the best action movies of all-time, but one of the best MOVIE movies of all-time. Full of brilliant writing, rich characters, and amazing one-liners, Die Hard is clearly THE BEST CHRISTMAS MOVIE EVER!Final grade: A+YIPPIE KI-YAY, MOFO!-Ben
Ola G (br) wrote: Thugs working for big-time miner Coy LaHood (Richard Dysart) ride in and destroy the camp of a group of struggling gold miners and their families who have settled in nearby Carbon Canyon of Lahood, California. In leaving, they also shoot the little dog of fourteen-year-old Megan Wheeler (Sydney Penny). As Megan buries it in the woods and prays for a miracle, a stranger is heading to the town on horseback. Megan's mother, Sarah (Carrie Snodgress), is keeping company with Hull Barret (Michael Moriarty), the leader of the miners. Hull heads off into town to pick up supplies, where the same thugs start to beat him up and he is rescued by the stranger (Clint Eastwood), who takes the men on single-handedly. Hull invites him to his house, and shortly after, he appears wearing a clerical collar and thereafter is called Preacher. Coy LaHood's son Josh (Chris Penn) attempts to scare Preacher with a show of strength from his giant work hand, Club (Richard Kiel), who with one hammer blow smashes a large rock that Preacher and Hull had been laboring over. When Club attempts to attack Preacher, he hits him in the face with his hammer and delivers a blow to Club's groin. Coy LaHood has been away in Sacramento and is furious to learn about Preacher's arrival through his son, since this will stiffen the resistance of the tin-panners. When Preacher arrives in town and confronts LaHood, he offers to buy the miners out, initially for $100, then $125 and then the Preacher goads him into raising his offer to $1,000 per claim, but only if they leave within 24 hours; otherwise LaHood threatens to hire a corrupt Marshal named Stockburn to clear them out. The miners initially want to take the offer but, when Hull reminds them why they came and what they have sacrificed, they decide to stay and fight. The next morning, however, the Preacher disappears. Megan, who has grown fond of the Preacher, heads out looking for him, but Josh captures her on LaHoods premises and attempts to rape her, whilst his cohorts look on and encourage him. Club sees what is happening and moves forward to help her before Josh can do anything serious. At this moment the Preacher arrives on horseback armed with a revolver and after having shot Josh in the hand when he goes for his gun, he takes Megan back to her mother in the mining camp. Preacher will finally set the score with Stockburn and LaHood..."Pale Rider" was the highest grossing western at the box-office made and released during the 1980s. In an audio interview, Clint Eastwood said that his character Preacher "is an out-and-out ghost". But whereas "High Plains Drifter" resolves its story-line by means of a series of unfolding flash back narratives (although ambiguity still remains), "Pale Rider" does not include any such obvious clues to the nature and past of the 'Preacher'. One is left to draw one's own conclusions regarding the overall story line and its meaning. The movie's title is taken from The Book of Revelation, chapter 6, verse 8: "And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him." The reading of the biblical passage describing this character is neatly choreographed to correspond with the sudden appearance of the Preacher, who arrived as a result of a prayer from Megan, in which she quoted Psalm 23. So, this was the return of Eastwoods classic "Man with no name" character and with that said this is a classic Eastwood western with revenge and retribution as the main theme, with other words nothing new per say, but in this case the "Man with no name" embody elements of the supernatural and is supposedly dead appearing as a ghost to take revenge on the man who killed him. I do like the biblical side message as it works, but at the same time Preacher becomes a bit too much of a knight in shining armour in my opinion. The cinematography is nice and the acting solid. Eastwood is however playing on a fine line with having Megan offering herself to him and being in love with him as she see him as a message from God. I dont think that part works and the same goes for Megans final lines in the end. "Pale Rider" is not Eastwood's best western, but not bad either.
Chris S (jp) wrote: A very overlooked horor movie. A lot of people might look at the title or the plot and say to themselves "Oh, just another pointless slasher", but actually its a very dark and gritty character study much in the way of movies like TAXI DRIVER about a man's obsession of santa clause leading up to the idea of wanting to become santa himself. One of the best christmas horror movies ever made.
Gabriel L (au) wrote: Another classic I hadn't seen, and which I have been very satisfied by.
DeAndre W (mx) wrote: Only someone the caliber of John Carpenter could pull off a movie about a possessed 58 Plymouth Fury out for blood and a young man's heart, "Christine" is made of pure cheese and enguinity, and 33 years later it still holds up thanks to Carpenter's heavily preferred use of practical effects. "Christine" isn't one of Stephen King's most acclaimed, well known adaptations, but I absolutely fricking adore it, truly a love that stands the test of time.
Greg W (us) wrote: Bela is the only reason to catch this one
Alfredo S (br) wrote: A laughable attempt to bring a great Japanese icon to the American audiences
Christopher C (ca) wrote: This movie was made so Sony could keep the rights to the Spider-Man movies and keep him off the MCU Sony did not do a good job. I know the special effects are great and there are some good performances but this movie is just ok.
James C (mx) wrote: Thank you 80's Hollywood for making a family-friendly, bloodless, boobless, sequel to my all time favorite movie. yay..
Alan L (us) wrote: The Onion's "My Year of Bombs" has a definitive take on this awkwardly cheap concoction. As an Eastwood completist, I've suffered and own the video on a 3 for 1 (I haven't touched Honky Tonk man and still have to get past 8 minutes of Pink Cadillac). It would be interesting to rank the big E's movies from good to bad, based upon my preferences. The ones that receive "Eh..." for reviews are often much less interesting than the ones that were loudly denounced by critics.