The Polar Express

The Polar Express

When a doubting young boy takes an extraordinary train ride to the North Pole, he embarks on a journey of self-discovery that shows him that the wonder of life never fades for those who believe.

Young hero boy on Christmas Eve embarks on a magical adventure to the North Pole on the Polar Express. During his adventure he learns about friendship, bravery, and the spirit of Christmas. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Joseph B (kr) wrote: APparently this isnt a documentary

Ilja S (ca) wrote: Dax Shepard takes a known property and a great premise, mixes it with solid actors, and delivers nothing but a loud and annoying mess that is mildly funny at best.

Charles B (es) wrote: Horrible movie! Total waste of time watching it. It goes into a lame cartoon and stays there for most of the movie. Lame!!!!

Christopher B (fr) wrote: Not as good as the original. Substituting a few rival gangs for that cute little sister.

Robert H (de) wrote: From producer/writer Luc Besson comes another action movie with American leads set in Paris, and while it is largely competent from a technical standpoint, there are some jarring tonal shifts which may not sit right with everyone. Jonathan Rhys Meyers plays James Reese, the personal assistant of the American diplomat in Paris. He's excellent at his job, but he longs for a more exciting life as a spy. Enter Charlie Wax (John Travolta), who is everything the straight-laced Reese isn't: first and foremost an actual secret agent, and in general a rather aggressive personality. The two of them team up to finish a job, and prove to Reese's boss that he can cut it as a "member of the club." From the first few frames, it was clear that this would be a well-shot movie (from Pierre Morel, who also directed TAKEN), but upon hearing Jonathan Rhys Meyers open his mouth I lost a lot of hope that it would be a well-acted one. He was uninspiring and uncharismatic in the worst way possible. Thankfully, John Travolta showed up to chew the scenery and add some life into what was essentially a bargain-basement spy thriller with great production values. Even though it seemed like he was in a completely different movie, his presence lightened the mood a little bit, even if he didn't really have much chemistry with Meyers. If there's one saving grace about this film, other than having technically proficient action and good cinematography, it was Travolta. Pausing a moment to discuss the plot, I thought that it was rather formulaic and rote in its approach to this rather overdone genre. I get that the title is a sort-of nod to James Bond, but this can't hold a candle to that franchise. Not only that, but the plot didn't make much sense either, and character motivation was either muddled or non-existent, particularly with a third act twist which reveals who the true villain is. Even though this is an over-the-top action movie with elements that are a bit removed from reality, the least they could have done was to try and make it somewhat coherent. However, despite all of the shortcomings there are enough elements in the film to give it a loose recommendation. John Travolta is truly awesome in his role as the fast-talking secret agent with an itchy trigger finger and a warped sense of humor. There are also a number of well-executed action and fight sequences which don't hold back in terms of what they show (as opposed to something like TAKEN). Pierre Morel is a master behind the camera, and it shows. Also, since this movie is set in Paris and stars John Travolta, they go for an easy (but still funny) Pulp Fiction joke. Overall, fans of mindless action should find a lot to enjoy here, while everyone else would be better served watching a Bond film or checking out one of Luc Besson's other, better productions.

Stepen C (gb) wrote: a light hearted coming of age story. tons of funny part throughout the entire film. I recommend this movie to anyone who's looking to just relax and laugh.

Tino R (ag) wrote: This was a great movie with a intense finale. All gave good performances but Michael Rappaport gave the best one IMO.

Seth R (nl) wrote: Typical, but Gene Hackman is always cool to watch. I mean, a movie about a spy who is overweight, balding and sporting a sweet 'stache is going to have a lot of fun elements to it. Despite this, the movie is somewhat of a flop when it comes to plot, but who is counting, really?

E L (ru) wrote: The start of Wong kar-wai's lyrical romanticism, this is a rough diamond.

Bearded M (jp) wrote: Classic Disney fun that I loved as a kid, this time travel/alien/family comedy/drama does some really great things. It still looks good for the most part, although my daughter was only all to happy to point out that she could see the strings making the little alien puppet dance. The acting is solid with Howard Hesseman giving a good performance as the NASA chief and Joey Cramer gives a very adequate performance for the lead. The story is fairly silly, but heart warming at the same time, it hasn't held up all that well, but the fond memories make up for it. Although I don't think NASA has nearly as much power as they make them out to,3 Beards Out Of 5

Orlok W (ag) wrote: Great and earnest addition to the vampire genre--A 70s camp classic!!

Richard D (mx) wrote: A young, facial-hairless Sam Elliott stars as ecology guy who meets spoiled rich kids Adam Roarke and Joan Van Ark when their power boat overturns his canoe. They insist he accompany them to their private island where family patriarch Ray Milland is putting on a birthday celebration. Due to completely unspecified ecological reasons, lizards, spiders and, yes, frogs are getting ready to hit back against the humans. This film has a ridiculously deceptive ad campaign. First of all, there are no giant, man-eating frogs. Second, nobody is actually attacked by frogs at all. Most of the deaths are due to lizards, or in one case, spiders. At least I assume so, because all of the "attacks" are footage of lizards sitting and doing nothing interspersed with shots of people pretending to be attacked. (One group of enterprising lizards manage to kill Roarke with poison gas ... no, I'm not kidding) This is a truly idiotic film, but you know what ... I kind of loved it.

Max R (jp) wrote: Brilliant. Made me want to be a filmmaker.

Devon D (es) wrote: i want to see this!!!!

Nicholas L (kr) wrote: October Sky is one of those cinematic gems that embraces the setting of a coal mine town and breathes a simple true story into it. It satisfies the thinker with good science yet fills the star gazer with wonder and hope for a brighter future. Not to mention the theme that pulls the entire story together.

Scott M (mx) wrote: Goes toe-to-toe with Showgirls and fucking LOSES.