and flies away to join forces with the pirates of Skull Rock, Tinker Bell and her fairy friends must embark on the adventure of a lifetime to return it to its rightful place. However, in the midst of their pursuit of Zarina, word of fairies is turned upside down. She and her friends find that their respective talents have been switched and they have to race against time to retrieve the Blue Pixie Dust and return home to save Pixie Hollow. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Ajinkya P (gb) wrote: I may not respect John Abraham as an actor but he sure as hell is making some really good movies rather changing the way movies are generally made in India, I don't think Vicky Donor is long forgotten. With no songs and arguably international quality technical brilliance, this film will surely amuse Indian fans of Hollywood spy thrillers, yeah including me too. The lead actors John, Nargis played quite a decent role but the real brilliance lies in the supporting cast, hands down brilliant. It's edgy, closer to reality, doesn't have a subplot like usual bollywood flicks. One of the best movie of this year!
Darren B (gb) wrote: so boring with weak characters--I thought it was a Tyler Perry movie
Qianlan Y (fr) wrote: only saw the trailer, music sounds great
Ben B (es) wrote: Gene Hackman and Denzel Washington bring 'Crimson Tide' home as one of the best submarine movies of all-time. Clearly more intelligent, thrilling, and well-acted than its famous counterpart 'The Hunt for Red October,' 'Crimson Tide' is one that viewers will always want to come back to.
Sam D (ag) wrote: A barely credible plot with over stereotyped characterisations of every race thinkable. Surprisingly, I still enjoyed North. If not for Seinfeldian nostalgia then for the interesting choices in storytelling that make it seem like the film has a whole other layer on physiological levels. Children's performances were better than the norm, despite the lines they're given being written in overacting heaven. On a side note, Jason Alexander once told the story of how he and Julia took off most of their cloths before being unveiled in the museum scene; makes it all the more entertaining!
Jeff D (kr) wrote: Not a fan of the Benigni.
Joshua S (es) wrote: There is some great black and white shooting. Under rated documentary
Al M (br) wrote: I'm not sure why this has the cover to The Sadistic Baron von Klaus because this is a completely different film. Howard Vernon returns in the role of Dr. Orloff (or Dr. Usher as he is known in this film). As the description says, Franco blends together Poe's "Fall of the House of Usher" with Bram Stoker's Dracula and his own The Awful Dr. Orloff. In fact, part sof the black and white flashback sequences are merely just footage from the original Orloff film. Morpho also returns as well, but this film lacks the creepiness of The Awful Dr. Orloff or even Dr. Orloff's Monster. What is left is a decently entertaining B grade film that returns the viewer to Orloff universe. An interesting film but certainly not a great one.
Angel S (kr) wrote: It shows the real power of love and John is extraordinary
Al M (mx) wrote: If the title puts you off, then certainly don't watch this film. If, however, you are willing to accept the premises implicit in the title, then you just might enjoy this craptastic little horror film that features bad acting, poor storytelling, etc. but manages to be hilarious and engaging throughout. Pure crap through and through, Death Bed manages to still be a surrealistic, bizarre, and completely original horror film that certainly won't provoke any real thought but will leave you laughing throughout.
Jason D (ru) wrote: Kinjite - Forbidden Secrets is almost two movies wrapped in one. On one side, you have hard-nosed, no-nonsense taking cop played by Charles Bronson, whose one goal in life is to take down a villainous thug who runs a big-time child prostitution ring in LA. On the other side, the story focuses on a somewhat sleazy Japanese businessman (who is overly fascinated with sex) who gets promoted to the LA division of his job where he takes up new residency. These two characters come together when the businessman's daughter is kidnapped and thrown into the prostitute ring. There's a sub-story involving the businessman foolishly trying to diddle Bronson's daughter on a bus, which turns Bronson into a pretty mean bigot. When the daughter and businessman meet up again for a potentially intense and bad-ending scene, nothing happens. Very disappointing. Aside from that, Kinjite is said to be Bronson's best action movie, to which I highly disagree with. The film is sprinkled with some fun and entertaining scenes, especially a rousing climax and one of those perfect comeuppance endings for a villain, but overall, I was left feeling just a tab but under satisfied. Definitely not a bad film, but I've personally enjoyed other Bronson films more so than this one.