The Powerpuff Girls

The Powerpuff Girls

The Powerpuff Girls Movie tells the origin story of how the Powerpuff Girls were created and how they came to be the defenders of Townsville. It was the first Hanna-Barbera/Cartoon Network Studios theatrical feature film since 1993's Once Upon a Forest, and is the only film based on a Cartoon Network series to be released theatrically.

The movie shows the origin of the Powerpuff Girls before the cartoon series. It explains why they were born and why they dedicated their lives to fighting crime and the forces of evil. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Maksim B (fr) wrote: Predictable and formulaic, Bad Moms is a raunchy R-rated comedy ride which provided proper, but ultimately forgettable entertainment. Driven by its solid cast, this female-driven story overcomes its obvious plot issues and delivers sufficient moments of behaviour-related humour to the audience.The movie is centred on three women from different backgrounds who are just about to change their lives, each in her own way. Amy (Mila Kunis), Kiki (Kristen Bell) and Karla (Kathryn Hahn) become the most unusual trio of friends which decided to change their lives for something better. Cheesy and at some points too romantic, Jon Lucas and Scott Moore's movie is rude, wild and at points weird when it comes to observing these ladies starring in R-rated jokes and gags. The chemistry between them is terrific and you there are some moments which will definitely make you laugh (or at least smile). Unfortunately, this is not enough for Bad Moms to escape from the clichs of this genre and this becomes more visible towards the second part of the movie. Luckily the fun level is maintained so the entertainment is guaranteed, but the best example of how sloppy and forgettable the story is, is the fact that a month after seeing the movie, you will not remember what it was about. In conclusion, Bad Moms is definitely refreshingly funny R-rated and female-driven comedy, which has the power to entertain, but unfortunately this power is short-lived due to the generally formulaic and poor story. If you are looking for a movie to kill an hour or two while having some fun then, Bad Moms is a good option. If you, however, want to watch a comedy that has a more meaningful story, this is not your movie.

Ian F (us) wrote: This film is one of the scariest things I've ever seen. Don't waste your money on a horror film--this is the real deal!

Lindsay S (kr) wrote: Loved the music, the clothes and the overall movie.

Cecily B (mx) wrote: Sadly I would have to say the title speaks for itself, at least the first word. It was predictable and annoying and Justin Timberlake is such an awkward character in this that it makes me cringe to watch him. Not really worth a second watch.

Kat L (mx) wrote: piss poor adaptation of what could have been a good story.

Frank H (kr) wrote: Modesty Blaise fans vil elske den. For alle oss andre blir den litt langsom.

Jesse O (gb) wrote: This is a terrible movie. It's one of those 'psychological' horror films that's really just a first grade attempt at being smarter than your typical horror film. Not to mention the fact that the plot of the film literally makes no sense and the film does not make an effort to explain what is going on in a satisfactory manner. Like I said, this is first grade level attempt to tell a psychological horror story. There's this guy that follows our protagonist around who's supposed to represent the evil in all of us. It's really that fucking basic. And it's not that it's basic or simple because that isn't a problem in and of itself, it's just the way they handle it that's really a massive turn off. The writing in this film, or at least how they choose to represent the evil in all of us, is like high school level bullshit. It's just so poorly written, it's not even funny. And that goes without even mentioning the supposed curse that's causing everyone close to the protagonist to want to murder her. Like what is the fucking point of it all. Where'd the curse come from and what is its purpose. It's like by the end of the film it doesn't even matter, it is irrelevant because the film is about the evil in all of us. If that was the fucking point of your shitty story, then why focus so much on this supposed curse that's been going on for, seemingly, decades and it's treated as a dark family secret that the protagonist's parents don't want revealed. In all honestly, this has to be one of the worst-written movies I've seen in a long time. Maybe not that I've ever seen, but it's certainly the worst that I've seen recently. It's a movie that at any time make sense. It focuses so much on a curse that, in the end, ends up being irrelevant, so you feel like you've pretty much wasted your time trying to invest in this. There's even some scenes where you see a monster that, again, plays absolutely no part in how the movie ends up. It uses a lot of blood in order to distract you from all the problems that lie underneath. Of course it doesn't work. I know that everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but I find it highly unlikely that anyone, actually watching this with an attentive eye, would actually find something to enjoy about this movie. There may be other movies that I don't enjoy, but I get how or why some people would enjoy them. Like Date Movie, or any other Seltzer/Friedberg debacle. I hate those movies, but I can see how some people would enjoy that sort of stupid and crass humor, not trying to suggest that those that enjoy these movies are stupid. That's not the case here. I just can't see how anybody would find something to like about this. I'm not saying that some won't, I just don't see how. That's how bad this movie is. I don't know what else to say about this movie. The movie is poorly written, the acting is fine, though some were hamming it up there at the end, but the shitty writing pretty much overcame everything like an unstoppable plague. This is a dreadful, dreadful movie that I absolutely loathed. I cannot recommend. Please stay away from this movie. Please. You've been warned.

Adam R (ru) wrote: (First and only full viewing - 8/25/2008)

Shawn W (ca) wrote: High school student David Lightman gets a failing grade in Biology but is a star at Galaga at the local arcade. After doctoring his grades, this underachieving computer whiz nearly starts World War III by accessing a US Defense Department computer system. Crisis averted but this one leaves concerns about national defense.

Susanna B (au) wrote: Um, if you like Victorian Poetry and scandalous affairs and Gwyneth Paltrow then you should watch this film. The end.

David K (de) wrote: Really wish Eisenstein didn't pass away before he completed Part III after I saw this one.

Mary S (fr) wrote: Kids won't stop watching the trailer. Gotta see it!

Alex K (gb) wrote: Not his best but still enjoyable.

Michael B (us) wrote: Interesting- 2 really good actors in my book- Jeff Daniels and Don Cheadle. If I were to watch this again, I would only choose NetFlix for this.

Hanna S (ca) wrote: Was the budget for this movie $50?

Justin B (ca) wrote: Mish mash of everything we've already seen from Wes Craven with bad pacing and shoddy effects.