The Rescuers

The Rescuers

What can two little mice possibly do to save an orphan girl who's fallen into evil hands? With a little cooperation and faith in oneself, anything is possible! As members of the mouse-run International Rescue Aid Society, Bernard and Miss Bianca respond to orphan Penny's call for help. The two mice search for clues with the help of an old cat named Rufus.

The movie follows two New York City mice members of the Rescue Aid Society, an international team that operates beneath the United Nations and comes to the aid of those in need, as they search for a little girl kidnapped by unscrupulous treasure hunters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Rescuers torrent reviews

Megan O (us) wrote: I gave the Brightest Star 5 shining stars :). It is a must see for the whole fam. I laughed, I cried, and I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. The character development, the plot twists, and the excellent screenplay make this movie a life changing experience that I would recommend to anyone. 5 BRIGHTEST STARS ;)

Artan A (jp) wrote: interesting... to see the real 'real life' of wu-tangs...

Angelo C (jp) wrote: low quality script, acting,effects, everything. but the zombie parts are absolutely satisfying enough that its worth it to get through the crap parts.

Frances H (kr) wrote: Interesting performance by Eric Bana as a notorious Australian criminal and bestselling author.

Raji K (ag) wrote: Nicolas Cage, Jon Lovitz and Dana Carvey play three brothers that decided to rob a bank in a small town known as Paradise. After the robbery however, regardless of the transportation, they find themselves unable to leave the small town. As they interact with the small town folk they start to wonder if they did the right thing. Trapped in Paradise is good enough for a Christmas movie, but has shallow characters and not enough heart to be better. Trapped in Paradise has the right formula in place, but is not executed well enough to become a great movie or even a good holiday classic.

Scott G (kr) wrote: Although some stuff in this film is okay enough to make it a fair film but this was a major step down to the first one. How anyone could say this is better then the first is beyond me unless you are brain dead. The brain and bat gremlin were cool as well as the electric gremlin. Spider gremlin would've been good if he would have done something. Great was disturbing mainly because she once was a guy. Daffy, George, ad Lenny were stupid and not in a positive and should have been left out. The comedy wasn't funny but I was happy to see the couple who you thought got killed by the snowplow were alive. That was the best thing about the film. But my rule is just stick with the first film and pretend this one doesn't exist. Joe Dante you are wrong about waiting to long. I have met no one who likes this film. Sorry.

Ricky M (ca) wrote: A reasonably entertaining B horror from the late 80's. The tale of bookstore clerk who discovers the characters of a horror novel are coming to life. This isn't radically original but cracks along at a nice pace. Pretty low budget offering but its all done well enough and understands and works with its limitations. You gotta love a madman who cuts off his own face and kills people to steal there best features though. This gets a bonus half star from me for featuring Jenny Wright star of Near Dark one of my fave ever Vampire movies, and I think this is the only other thing i have ever seen her in.

Alan W (nl) wrote: If you compose a film purely with innuendos, then you will get a film not far off from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Accusing this film of being a little far-fetched and that its morals are dubious and outdated, if not simply misogynistic, is probably beside the point here. It is an entertaining film, laugh out loud in more than a few places and shows us Monroe and Russell as two comedic goddesses. That it also has Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend in all its multi-colour glory is simply the icing on the cake. (BTW, the print we saw here is pristine and bursting with colours. Well done Somerset House.)