After her father's ship is carried off by a sudden storm, the spunky Pippi Longstocking is stranded with her horse, Alfonso,and her pet monkey, Mr. Neilson, and takes up residence in the old family home, which is thought by neighborhood children to be haunted. Soon, two children, Tommy and his sister Anika, venture into the house only to meet up with Pippi. The three soon become friends and get into various adventures together, including cleaning the floor with scrubbing shoes, dodging the "splunks", going down a waterfall in barrels, and helping Pippi with the problem of having to go to an orphanage. Older children will probably get the most out of this movie.
The film follows reckless pigtailed Pippi (Tami Erin), who is self-reliant and endowed with extraordinary talents, makes friends, walks on walls, spins fast and thwarts a wicked schoolmarm (Eileen Brennan). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking torrent reviews
Mags D (nl) wrote: I'm not sure exactly what I watched, but I know that I enjoyed watching it.
Greg W (br) wrote: well crafted historical epic that is gorgous to look at
Warren W (it) wrote: I got to be in a mood to laugh at it, but even when I'm not in a mood for cheap raunchy comedy, I still can't stop laughing at Seth Green's character.
Kathy F (kr) wrote: This is probably one of the saddest movies I have ever seen, but it is really good. I was hoping for a happy ending though
Amanda H (nl) wrote: Funny. Honest. Relatable. Compelling. Incredible cast. Charlie is a high school kid who has some issues and makes mistakes but has a good heart and tries to help the people around him. He's ambitious and passionate and I haven't seen anyone quite like him before. Yelchin, Downey, and Dennings are absolutely fantastic! I would definitely watch again and recommend!
Kelly J (ag) wrote: Jamie Bell again so must see it
Greg P (it) wrote: nice idea,but boreing,ploddy and badly acted.i used to think juliet stevenson was a good actress,but any more after this amateur hour performance.kevin bishop is to weak an actor to pull this off,although he has got a nice arse,which is what i give the one star for
Renae M (kr) wrote: One of the few romance movies I REally Love
Russell G (br) wrote: A few select scientists are working on a top-secret project to make a human invisible and more problematically, restore visibility. The story shows reasonable construction and a clear concept in the first part of the movie. It lays good groundwork and effectively foreshadows complications where the animal test subjects become highly aggressive and violent in the invisible state. The main characters and their relationships are adequately established. This in large part is due to Kevin Bacon and Elizabeth Shue overachieving with the simple material they have to work with. There are also stunning special effects throughout the movie. The transition scenes where subjects become invisible or regain visibility are very impressive. Additionally, the movie does a fantastic job of helping the audience keep track of an unseen man, with surface paint, body sensors, swimming in water, sprinklers, footprints and more. Unfortunately, the good subtly early on goes to waste as it devolves into a formulaic slasher movie. It is a better than average slasher, but it is still subject to many of the typical clichs for movies like this. I, however, do give it credit for a character-driven story, rather than having a glut of insufferable nitwits who "need to die." Still, I ask for the same tension and subtly in the climax and action as the buildup.
Gary M (ca) wrote: This was a funny movie. always gives me a laugh
Freeman M (ru) wrote: Annette Bening is laughably bad. It's hard to tell if she's the worst part, or Neil Jordan's direction.
Ryan W (mx) wrote: This is officially where things start to get ridiculous but yet it wasn't quite a horror comedy. It was as though Wes gave up here and said let's just entertain people rather than scare them.
Christopher S (nl) wrote: Thanks to MGM HD for sharing this 80's gem. I don't know what I like better; the 1980's fashion that makes its way into this sword and sorcery tale or the fact they reused tons of props from Conan. All I know for sure is with dialogue like "A warrior who plays ball? You speak in riddles old woman!" you just can't go wrong on a Saturday morning with this baby.
David L (ag) wrote: In every good horror genre, there is always one film that sets itself apart from the rest, and in terms of who's the King of the dolls, Chucky leads the field by a mile. Ok, so people might remember this series because it's released several episodes, the later ones being quite scandalous, corny and ridiculously unrealistic. Go back a few years though to when this was released, and you have a concept that plays more upon the psychological terror that a motionless doll can inflict, rather than a bloodfest of unnecessary ways to murder people. The fright comes from the suspense and build up here, as opposed to the grotesque killings. No one would ever suspect a doll coming to life on a psychotic rampage so we watch with frustration as a boy and his mother endure the pain of no one believing their unlikely story. It's definitely the sort of watch that would give children nightmares, I mean what's worse than being attacked by a ginger midget? This is by far one of the more credible takes of the franchise, as we learn the origins of just how Chucky came into circulation. It's focusing more on developing a storyline than shocking its audience, which is why there would have been demand for a sequel. Nowadays, I think people are just wanting it to end given the straight to DVD releases that are being tossed out for fun. Don't judge this film by those mistakes though as this is the much more credible original production that created the doll and gave it it's legendary status in the horror hall of fame in the first place. A must see, unless you still sleep with a cuddly toy that is.
Brian A (ag) wrote: Venus fly traps have nothing on these guys.