The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
There's trouble brewing in Bikini Bottom. Someone has stolen King Neptune's crown, and it looks like Mr. Krab, SpongeBob's boss, is the culprit. Though he's just been passed over for the promotion of his dreams, SpongeBob stands by his boss, and along with his best pal Patrick, sets out on a treacherous mission to Shell City to reclaim the crown and save Mr. Krab's life.
- Category:Family, Adventure, Comedy, Animation
- Stars:Tom Kenny, Clancy Brown, Rodger Bumpass, Bill Fagerbakke, Mr. Lawrence, Jill Talley, Carolyn Lawrence, Mary Jo Catlett, Jeffrey Tambor, Scarlett Johansson, Alec Baldwin, David Hasselhoff, Kristopher Logan, D.P. FitzGerald, Cole S. McKay,
- Director:Stephen Hillenburg, Mark Osborne, Mark Osborne,
- Writer:Stephen Hillenburg (television series SpongeBob SquarePants), Stephen Hillenburg (story), Derek Drymon, Tim Hill, Stephen Hillenburg, Kent Osborne, Aa
King Neptune's crown has been stolen, and the prime suspect is Mr. Krabs, SpongeBob's boss at Mr. Krabs' Krabby Patties. SpongeBob refuses to believe that his boss is responsible and teams up with his best friend, Patrick to track down the stolen crown. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: I really loved this one.. the only thing that felt strange was the character name of the ex girlfriend.. For some reason my brain kept linking it to the movie Show Me Love.. It is not enough of an issue to make the movie lag, and the character is minimal at best.. but, I fixated on it. I felt like the acting was well done, and there did seem to be chemistry between them, which is always a good thing to see in a romance.
(de) wrote: Since there's no entry for the Takashi Miike film imprint, I'll say here that that is one sick movie. Don't watch it. It's good, but horrible. Don't watch it.
(gb) wrote: This is a low-budget horror film made by amateurish filmmakers. Just because you can get up the money to make a movie doesn't mean you should do it. The story is simplistic and weak - there is no use of tension, no build-up to the mayhem, just violence for its own sake. The actors cannot act and only Gillian Shure is anything to look at. Pure crappola.
(ag) wrote: Film ironico, leggero, divertente, frizzante, sentimentale ma con il sorriso. Bello come solo i film francesi degli ultimi tempi sanno esserlo...regia piacevole e "sorprese" inserite qua e la in alcune scene del film (v. i riferimenti a Ges). Lo consiglio vivamente per una serata da rallegrare e da riempire di buoni sentimenti, mai scontati.
(au) wrote: i HEARD IT IS A GOOD MOVIE
(gb) wrote: The movie was good. The building of the twisted relation between father and son was great until they spit it out in 5 minutes to explain the whole concept. Franco got it right, the role was perfect for him.
(mx) wrote: Pacey thriller with some well thought out action sequences, only spoiled with the occasional cheesy and cringe-worthy line in the script.
(fr) wrote: actually found this movie really disturbing
(ca) wrote: I watched this film because I loved MISERY so much, but it failed to live up to expectations. I later read the novel, and loved it, but this film is only good because Kathy Bates acting, and the driving of the flashback narration.
(mx) wrote: western fans say it's great but others not so much, more like another John Wayne film
(nl) wrote: Add a review...WILL PENNY-Released by Paramount Pictures. Running Time: 112 minutes. MPAA Rating: "M"-Mature Audiences-Parental Guidance Suggested.(For scenes of Western Violence and Strong Language). Released: 1968. -One of the best adult Westerns made to date and one of the more mature Westerns to come out of the 1960's,comes writer-director Tom Gries(who was most known for his television work for TV shows like The Rat Patrol)casts Charlton Heston(in one of the greatest roles in his career,and also he quoted as one of his favorite films)in the title role of a cowboy who patrols for trespassers and rustlers on a huge ranch,who protects two uninvited visitors,a mother and her son from vicious outlaws in 1880's Montana. Gries' son Jon Gries,aka Jon Francis plays the boy while actress Joan Hackett portrays his mother who protects her son from the vicious outlaws(Donald Pleasence, Bruce Dern and Lee Majors). The film was very good in bring a more darker side of ranch life in the Old West. Excellent character study in one of Charlton Heston's best roles.
(jp) wrote: Okay, this is my second time reviewing this movie, but let's see if it goes through this time. I haven't really seen a ton of Suzuki films. I've seen the ones available on Criterion and it seems like he has two very separate hats. He's got the struggle of the woman hat and he's got the yakuza hat. But they both deal with a very similar theme. The big thing is to look at Japan in terms of honor and tradition. Yeah, who am I to talk about something like that? But everything I see about Japan is about pre-war and post-war. Pre-war is similar to empirical England. There is a right and honorable tradition. Following World War II, there's almost a savagery to the culture. It is a mix between the treatment of a post-atomic civilization and a fear of death and a complete restructuring of day to day life. Both the women tales and the yakuza tales deal with this savagery. In the case of the women, the savagery is obvious. It is a world where survival is most important and friendship is simply a luxury that gets in the way of staying alive. The yakuza tales deal with a similar nature. It is attempting to put order to disorder. It is a new society and makes savagery, in a distrubing way, organized. This is an absolutely fantastic movie. This is brutality with a paintbrush. I use that term because this movie is practically painted. There's a bit of surrealism when it comes to the way it is shot. The film itself is very grounded and character driven. But there's some decisions that Suzuki made that were clearly aesthetic and extremely affective. I do love how he paints his characters with a very speciific color. Now, Suzuki isn't the first one to devise a color scheme for his characters, but usually these performances and characters are very stereotypical and superficial. But these characters exist in their colors. Heck, down to their underwear they live that color. This may sound perverted, but this movie is a movie that deals with sex. It may not be about sex, but sex is definitely part of this world. There's one scene in particular that really catches my eye. There is a scene where the story stops and all of the prostitutes voice their opinions on the new man who lives with them. Each of these girls pretty much breaks the fourth wall and lives in a world of their color. It's a very cool visual. But throughout the movie are scenes like this, placing characters side-by-side despite the fact that they are looking at each other. It's that kind of stuff that really blows you away. The story itself is pretty heart-wrenching. People beat each other and innocence is considered weakness. The movie starts out seeming like the innocent girl is the main character, but it evolves. There's this great mirroring that Suzuki does that allows for the transformation of the main character to happen. We see her go through the whole realm of emotions before her eventual change, making that change more even more important. This, I have to say, is a brutal movie. There is very little that is comfortable about this film. I mentioned that sex is an important aspect of this movie, but this movie is far from sexy. This is sex as power and control. This is sex as survival. Keeping this in mind, you should watch this and be ready for a truly viceral experience.
(ru) wrote: now that's what I call a laughing till you cry comedy ;)
(ru) wrote: This is the funniest movie
(ca) wrote: King Kong (2005) C-187m. ??? 1/2 D: Peter Jackson. Naomi Watts, Jack Black, Adrien Brody, Thomas Kretschmann, Colin Hanks, Andy Serkis. Ambitious film crew (all perfectly cast) make journey to an off-charted island where they meet slimy, gigantic prehistoric creatures--and multistory-sized gorilla. Jackson's treatment of the 1933 classic is a thrill-ride masterpiece; acting, dialogue, direction, production, and score are all exceptionally good. A tremendously respectable and rousing update of the classic '33 film; colorful characters, fresh new story ideas, edge-of-your-seat excitement--including faithfully imaginative "Spider Pit" sequence (an unforgettable scene, like it or not)--and captivating emotion are among ingredients, and they all click. Jackson's finest film to date. Oscars went to sound and special effects' teams. Extended edition runs 201 minutes.
(it) wrote: Best animated movie ever. Buzz and Woody are the perfect dynamic duo.
(mx) wrote: One of the all-time greats. It hits every western myth (and therefore most American myths) square on the head. It sure won't win any American Indian Image Awards, but has round-ups, stampedes, chuck wagons, gunfights, fist fights, trail rides, great scenery, and character actors galore. It also is an excellent example of the self-made man who with hard work and a gun is able to make a fortune on the frontier. Just wonderful.