The Night Before Christmas: A Mouse Tale

The Night Before Christmas: A Mouse Tale

Animated holiday feature for the entire family, destined to become a classic. Based on the beloved poem by Clement C. Moore, the story begins on Christmas Eve.

Animated holiday feature for the entire family, destined to become a classic. Based on the beloved poem by Clement C. Moore, the story begins on Christmas Eve. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Tyler Z (it) wrote: Although some of the jokes miss and the plot is very jumbled at times, I really had fun with this movie. Seth MacFarlane did kinda bug me throughout due to his bitchy attitude but other than that it's a very funny movie. It's toilet humor for sure but when Seth MacFarlane does it, it doesn't feel the same as when Adam Sandler does it. MacFarlanes way is a lot more entertaining. Ted is one of my favorite comedies ever, so if you're a fan of MacFarlane like me, you should check out this movie.

Max V (it) wrote: Although it was better than Fred 2, and light years better than Fred is still a Fred movie. Only true Fred fans will really like this. But... I did laugh pretty hard at the Crocabearmoose. That was a pretty funny running gag. And some others.Tom Arnold...what happened to your career?

Enrique F (us) wrote: I really like this movie

Candice A (ca) wrote: This movie is very good

Drew C (ag) wrote: The trippyness continues!

James K (it) wrote: The world of the theatre can be a magnificent one, as the stage is filled with both comedy and drama. However, life off the stage is a whole different entity. Actors and actresses must turn away from the world of make believe, and head back to the realm of reality. And sometimes, they lose what is important in life, and almost become fools of themselves. This is where the 2004 film "Being Julia" comes into play. No pun intended. Based off the novella 'Theatre' by W. Somerset Maugham, we have a film that takes a look at an actress who basically suffers a mid-life crisis, and desperately wants to improve it. And it is so very predictable. Now, there are a few good things to say about the movie, but for the most part, it feels like the curtain has already been drawn. "Being Julia" has some good intentions, but it seems like the set has already been struck.Set in the late 1930s London, Julia Lambert (Annette Bening) is a star of the stage. Everywhere she goes, Julia has a full on passion for the theatre. However, Julia tells her husband Michael (Jeremy Irons) that she is growing tired of the theatre, and decides that she doesn't want to act anymore. Julia then sets her sights on Tom (Shaun Evans), a young American who really likes her. And so, the two form a relationship. Now, Julia must either live the life of the theatre, or accept the reality of the world on her own merits."Being Julia" is okay at best. There are some good things, but the bad definitely outweighs the good. For one thing, the story is both predictable and boring. It's predictable in that we, as the audience, know what's going to happen, and it just drags the pacing, which was already slow to begin with. It's boring in that the characters , outside of Julia, do not have any real reason to care. If the characters are not interesting, why should the audience be invested in them? And going back to the pacing, it just drags on for what seems like an eternity. Two thirds of the movie are extremely dull, and there is no real excitement going on. It's only until the third act when things become engaging, as well as funny. The whole movie feels tedious that it makes you wish that it were over sooner.With that being said, the film does have a few good qualities to it. For one thing, the technical side of things make this movie stand out. The costumes fit the time period of the 1930s well, and here, it looks great as it does provide a good recreation. Speaking of which, while not filmed in London, Hungary offers up a good source for some wonderful cinematography. This, in tune with the sound and musical score, give the film a sort of classical vibe to it. And while the characters may not work, the performances definitely do stand out. Especially Bening as Julia, who truly shines here. But that does not compensate the tiresome nature of the movie.With all being said and done, "Being Julia" is a nice production about the theatre, it does leave a bored impression for the audience.

James M (nl) wrote: Nearly 10 years after the height of the Bottom TV series popularity, Rik Mayall & Adrian Edmondson are back with a feature length manic comedy with more vomit joke, headbutting brick walls and kicks in the bollocks. The phrase "scraping the barrel" comes to mind.

DjEmir S (ag) wrote: Good movie for getting a sense of how to utilize Tai Chi within sparring or fighting. And the line "light on top heavy on the bottom" and a few other tai chi fighting principles and theories spouted in the movie are worth the ticket price alone.

Daniel M (de) wrote: Well done story about the French time in Indochina, probably should have been required viewing by US policy makers while Johnson was President.

Matt F (mx) wrote: Totally silly, but you get caught up in this fluffy movie. Jim Carrey and Geena Davis are young here.

Andy S (kr) wrote: More satirical than either O Lucky Man! or If..., and somehow less satisfying. "What a piece of work is man."

KaHo W (ag) wrote: It is interesting that the earlier Tarr films differ so much from his later contributions. The rawness of the documentary is managed well. however, I would love to see more on the claustrophobic domestic life in the house. it does not quite come across to me.

Eric G (us) wrote: Very underrated - great drama - lots of stars!!

Dax D (de) wrote: A haunting war film, that suffers from a lack of any real substance.

Andrew C (nl) wrote: I give it 1 star as a movie enthusiast. I give it 4 stars as a bad-movie enthusiast.So let's split the difference.

Andrew L (es) wrote: Not very good comedy