Mumu discovers a flock of sheep grazing in the park where he plays with his friends Milo, Rita, Talalo, Alfred and Olga, and can´t avoid compare her snowy appearance to them, the troops of cloth, fabrics made of very different prints, lots of spots of all colors playing in the field and in the puddles. And feel some shame and envy of his friends of the sheep shiny. And when he discovers that these sheep are actually spotless stars that will be part of a great show, Mumu is so fascinated that he have to change what is necessary for that to become also a glamorous star. She was a very special cow can not keep wasting time with a group of friends wrong.
- Stars:Nora Abad, Andres Bellas, Xermana Carballido, Nacho Castaño, Raúl Dans, Montse Davila, Charo Díaz, Anton Etxeita, Sofia Ferro, Clara Gagino, Bea Garcia, Gaspar Gonzales, Luis Iglesia, Carlos Jimenes, Ana Lemos,
- Director:Alex Colls,
- Writer:Lola Beccaria (screenplay)
A group of friendly animals all live together in a beautiful treehouse in the mountains. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Nutcrackers torrent reviews
(it) wrote: A mediocre documentary it failed to grab my attention it only documented how papprazzis are such jerks there was no depth in this a mediocre movie not awful but not a good documentary I'm being generous here Grade C
(fr) wrote: What it lacks in production values, WHITE FROG sure makes up for it in its compelling storyline. A rather touching LGBT entry, WHITE FROG features a likeable young cast in one of those after-school type-specials that could only have been made as an indie for the specialized festival circuit. Tackling both Asperger's and coming out, the movie intelligently balances the story of two brothers and their special bond. The only low point, sadly, is a bizarrely unconvincing performance by B.D. Wong as a dad incapable of coping with either sons' illness or homosexuality. Shame, because despite its low budget the film wears its heart on its sleeve and is certainly made as a labour of love from a deep and authentic place.
(mx) wrote: after not liking the first one i surprised that this one was actually not bad, too gory to watch in places though
(nl) wrote: A very great documentary. With all the interviews taking place around a campfire in L.A. with a radio playing Clash music and the occasional group sing-a-long with an acoustic guitar. All the clips of Joe and The Clash are excellent and really reveal just how great Strummer was.
(ca) wrote: Paul Walker and Fishburne ,, 2 great actors in my opinion and the result is a quite decent action movie involing those 2. Story is about drug dealers , cops etc. the usually ingredients and the movie isnt something special in anyway just a ordinary action flick. I enjoyed it.
(au) wrote: A pretty decent documentary that set out to capture the essence of mullet-wearing peoples. All it did for me is reinforce the stereotype of the lost-in-time country rocker redneck or the diesel dyke. Interesting to listen to different people's perspectives and reasoning, but overall sickening because I don't like looking at mullets.
(br) wrote: messed up and crazy,but ok.
(br) wrote: Surprisingly great movie well worth 2 hours of anyone time....
(jp) wrote: Decent sequel with good effects and a fun finale. Although Danny Glover spends almost the entire film just lying on the floor & sweating.
(nl) wrote: interesting ideas about how people relate to each other. I particularly liked the multi-screen online video chat that was quite a current and visually nice way to present a complex array of perspectives. Scott Speedman seems to have sublimated from roles at junior at college (ie Felicity) to 30-something bearded man - but his performance is great. I liked the connections and the concepts. The cello score is great. Interesting ideas on perspective.
(ag) wrote: Containing some of Jim Henson's best work, DREAMCHILD is based on the conjecture that Lewis Carroll was a pedophile, and is not reliable as fact. Still, it's a powerful film about childhood memories and the thin line between fantasy and reality.
(kr) wrote: This got way too silly.
(gb) wrote: Mom and Dad brought me to many similar movies. Nowadays that would be considered child abuse.
(ca) wrote: A titillating and fantastic indulgence in a world of overindulgence.
(jp) wrote: Me resulta poco agradable de ver aunque el viaje temporal y el reinicio de la saga es muy interesante.
(gb) wrote: This was a great movie, well cast and acted to the t. The story pulls you in from the start and holds you because the characters are easy to attach to. This is a great movie most would enjoy about coming to age and summer getaways.
(us) wrote: Incredible film - full of suspense, good acting and fun.