The Pebble and the Penguin
A bashful bachelor penguin named Hubie, who's partial to a pretty female named Marina. Ancient penguin ritual dictates that males present a pebble to their intended, then mate for life. Hubie finds a spiffy stone, but before he can bestow it on Marina, dastardly rival Drake tosses him into the churning sea, and Hubie gets swept away.
- Stars:Martin Short, Annie Golden, James Belushi, Tim Curry, Alissa King, Stevie Vallance, Will Ryan, Neil Ross, Stan Jones, S. Scott Bullock, Philip L. Clarke, Shani Wallis, B.J. Ward, Hamilton Camp, Angeline Ball,
- Country:Ireland, USA
- Director:Don Bluth, Gary Goldman,
- Writer:Rachel Koretsky (screenplay), Stephen Whitestone (screenplay)
A lovable but introverted penguin named Hubie plans to present his betrothal pebble to the bird of his dreams. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Pebble and the Penguin torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: how do I watch the movie it only shows me the trailer
(ag) wrote: If you ever want a go-to romcom, this is the one. Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel hit it out of the park with their acting and chemistry together. This really is the movie that catapulted JGL's acting career into what it is today. The movie is filled with funny, enjoyable moments such as the "You Make My Dreams Come True" scene. However, it doesn't take anything away from the plot and the issue it tackles. This movie does an excellent job detailing the reality of love and relationships and avoids all the fairy tale bs in the majority of other romcoms. It's a movie any young teen should see before venturing into the fantastic, yet confusing and stressful world of relationships.The movie is presented in a creative, non-linear fashion taking the viewer back and forth through the 500 days that Tom experienced with Summer, culminating in the 500th day, which brought the entire movie full circle. The ending scene is ONE OF THE BEST of all-time and truly presents the message of the movie: that although a relationship you were once in, which ended abruptly and hurt you, but brought you so many happy memories, dwelling on what once was will only hurt and cut you deeper and prevent you from seeing what new memories and opportunities lay right in front of you.
(ag) wrote: utter rubbish. Better without Raven though. So 2 stars
(es) wrote: Sharks eating date rapists and slutty girls..what's not to love?
(fr) wrote: Excellent movie! Great Drama, and suspense. A must see!
(au) wrote: I think this movie is amazing walk through humanity. The movie has amazing moments like the hunter and the deer and the sheriff and his dying wife and estranged son. The scene that I think explains the movie best is when Powder says "Inside most people there's a feeling of being separate. Separated from everything and they're not. They're part of absolutely everyone and everything...and see how beautiful they all really are and there's no need to hide or lie and it's possible to talk to someone without any lies. With no sarcasms no deceptions no exaggerations or any of the things people use to confuse the truth. " Very well written excellent movie Steenburgen is great and Goldblum as well as usual.
(us) wrote: A cast full of stars cannot shine much brighter than this one. In a hilarious story that depends just as much on visual timing as it does on quirky characters, this cast creates mayhem like it's their job (literally and figuratively). Each character is so dynamically different from the next that it's like a visual circus. Michael Caine is perfect at portraying the frustration of a director whose show falls apart in front of his eyes. Denholm Elliott appears in his greatest role (even better than Marcus Brody in Indiana Jones) and delivers each line with hilarity. Henner and Sheridan are beautiful and dynamically deliver their opposite roles, particularly Sheridan's clueless moments toward the beginning. Reeve, Hagerty, and Baker all bring life to their characters as Carol Burnett is as ridiculous as ever, switching between accents at exactly the right moments. And the best of all is John Ritter, who masterfully delivers every line without finishing a sentence. The timing of his line delivery is more important than anybody else's and he nailed it. I don't know how this film did not win any awards, especially for best cinematography during the rehearsal scene as it quickly follows the action occuring at each door on both levels. Also, the timing is absolute perfection as the characters grab things from each others' hands and pass them off to the next person without the camera ever cutting away. This movie will have you in stitches and if you haven't seen it before, it needs to jump to the top of your list A.S.A.P.
(ag) wrote: HOLY...FREAKING...CRAP!!! This movie was soooo good. The action was good. The story was really good. Out of all of the Jackie Chan movies, this one is my favorite so far.
(it) wrote: Quite the unique show -- all about Mr. Day (William Powell) and his demanding, irreverent way of running his life and family. Mrs. Day (Irene Dunne) tries to get him into heaven, and his son discovers to his great scare that he's becoming like his dad when he wears his father's old suit. Elizabeth Taylor is the girl who fascinates Day's eldest, prompting Mr. Day to go on a monologue on the way to deal with women -- which we realize even he has not got figured out when Mrs. Day comes on. A resolution that wasn't overly sentimental or too much -- but just right for the characters involved. A unique comedy -- my dad was cracking up!!
(jp) wrote: This movie was boring, but at least I learned that people were concerned about animal cruelty in the twenties. If you like bull-fighting and sappy romance, though, you will enjoy this.