The Official 3D 2010 FIFA World Cup Film

The Official 3D 2010 FIFA World Cup Film

Experience the journey of the most-watched sporting event in the world as it was meant to be seen: in dynamic and vibrant 3D on Blu-ray. Relive the action and intensity of the 2010 FIFA ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:64 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:English,German
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:world cup,   3d,  

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Stephen Y (gb) wrote: Regardless of how the movie turned out, parents were going to take their kids and all the young adults were going to see it for the nostalgia. And watching Finding Dory definitely felt like the movie makers knew that all too well. "Lazy" is perhaps the best word to describe the sequel. Whereas Finding Nemo felt like the creators actually had fun writing the story, Finding Dory just felt like an old-fashioned money grab in the form of a movie. Sure the characters were adorable and there were "aww" moments, but I expected more from Pixar.

Paul A (ca) wrote: Very interesting look at highly competitive golf tournament for kids.

I am A (mx) wrote: Slow paced... Kinda all over the place, but it's a true story and I give it credit for that

James W (ca) wrote: What a great movie. Takes a very real and humor-filled look at what it took to create some of the best animation of all time.

DeadHead m (es) wrote: exorsicim is usually a winner, but this one was poorly done.

Antara G (nl) wrote: maqbool ws faar btr than omkara..irfan khan n pankaj kapur wer awsm..its soooo scary..betrayal..spoooks me out!!

Walter M (it) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]In "The Girl from Paris", Adrien(Michel Serrault) owns and works on an isolated farm and feels that it is time to retire. He sells his farm to Sandrine(Mathilde Seigner), a young Parisian, who after a great deal of thought and a two-year intensive agricultural course, has decided she wants to become a farmer. His sole condition is that he is allowed to stay for eighteen months until his family home in Grenoble is ready to occupy. Not helping matters is Sandrine remodeling part of the farm into a resort.[/font] [font=Century Gothic]"The Girl from Paris" is a gentle drama that also works as a feminist parable. Sandrine is a serious young woman who does not make her decisions lightly. Overall, she does a better job than most men would have.(Admittedly, much better than I could have...) [/font] And she seems in no hurry to settle down. The movie avoids the easy laughs that could have come out of the situation.(What humor there is involves a Volvo...) It is well-photographed with likable characters and good performances but a little predictable.

Andrew H (nl) wrote: An interesting movie. Way too meta and boring and stupid in a lot of parts, but overall a pretty fun watch. The brilliant/hilarious/creative Lars Von Trier moment that makes it worth watching is the comparison of toothpaste and disease as well as one of the characters writing letters to school girls to find out what it's like in another country.

David B (nl) wrote: It's a film that you should never take seriously considering it's content. It's about a young lad who carries his deformed twin brother in a basket killing those who seperated them when they were children. The puppet creature is actually terrifying and has some simple scares but the acting and dialogue are awful and sometimes let's down the tongue in cheek moments. The idea and plot are good but that's about it and just about watchable considering when this was made. It was made on a very low budget and unfortunately shows, when as most horrors get away with it...this doesn't.

Allan C (ag) wrote: More of a curiosity than a quality Hope or Hepburn film. Bob Hope had a very public feud with the film's original writer, Ben Hecht, who took out a full page ad in Variety accusing Hope of ruining the film. Once Hope got back the film's rights in 1970, he took the film out of circulation in the US until it's recent airing on TCM just this past month (November 2012). It's a Ninotchka-like romance between US pilot Hope and USSR pilot Hepburn, featuring both romantic and cold war tensions in equal comedic amounts. Considering the film was supposedly going to be Cary Grant and Katherine Hepburn with the original Hecht scrip, you can definitely see how this film became primarily a Bob Hope vehicle. Hepburn seems underused in the film (which was Hecht's main complaint), Hope is not as funny as his best films, but there is kind of an odd chemistry between Hope and Hepburn that kind of work and manages to keep the film alive. It's worth watching, but probably only for Hope and/or Hepburn fans.

Carlos I (ag) wrote: considered as one of the greatest of all film noirs... I liked it.

Amandas C (it) wrote: It is a pointless movie, bad acting. The plot is disastrous, and end worse.

jen b (kr) wrote: uhhhhh can i pretend like i didnt watch this