The Strawberry Shortcake Movie: Sky's the Limit
A sudden storm leaves Berry Bitty City with a gigantic problem. Strawberry Shortcake and her friends will have to move their whole tiny town unless they find a way to safely remove a huge boulder that threatens everything they hold dear.
A sudden storm leaves Berry Bitty City with a gigantic problem. Strawberry Shortcake and her friends will have to move their whole tiny town unless they find a way to safely remove a huge boulder that threatens everything they hold dear. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Strawberry Shortcake Movie: Sky's the Limit torrent reviews
(br) wrote: I never tire of Metallica. And 3D just makes it better.
(ru) wrote: If you're not moved by the sheer honesty of 'Patriocracy,' you're either blissfully ignorant or clinging to a hyper-partisan agenda. Patriocracy opens with a question that needs answering: "The American political system was created to work through argument and compromise. When there's neither, how is the system supposed to work?" The next hour is spent illustrating how a combination of polarized media and hyper-partisan political party elites have slowly pushed the country into the gutters on the far right and far left. The middle is non-existent, despite the fact that most Americans fall somewhere in the political center. And Washington's moderates are leaving in droves because they cannot adhere to the ideological extremes demanded by the squeakiest wheels. This documentary also sheds much-needed light on money's role in further dividing us. When Congress spends more time fundraising than legislating, there's a structural breakdown. But when Congress fights to the end to protect the monied interests that fund their campaigns, there's corruption. That's where America is now. Broken, corrupt, and in dire need of political overhaul. Patriocracy doesn't attempt to answer how we fix the problems, but it does an excellent job at starting the conversation.
(nl) wrote: Words can't express how much I hated this film. Stephan did my head in. Here's a guy who's in a relationship with a beautiful and kind woman but leaves her for a girl he happened to bump into at the train station. Then there's the woman who he bumps into at the train station, Anna. What a mess! She having a affair with her friend/neighbour's husband. When she calls an end to the affair she tells not to tell his wife and guess what, he doesn't. I found myself getting mixed up with the three main female characters (there all thin, blond, white women). So I was getting confused in regards to what was going on with the women until about 20 mins until the end. Then there's the end. It's so ridiculous! Love a first sight is just stupid and unrealistic! So as I said I hated it, I hated it so much I was shouting at the TV. And the thing is that I was expecting to enjoy this movie since it had a lot of positive quotes from reviewers, on the dvd cover, saying how good the film is including a reviewer I greatly respect, that being the BBC's Mark Kermode.
(br) wrote: Absolutely zero laughs to be heard of. It has a few uplifting moments, but they're much too far apart.
(ca) wrote: Absolutely awesome film. The character development and emotions tie in to the watcher and make you feel as scared and mentally disturbed as the few survivors.
(gb) wrote: This doesn't make any sense to me this film just seems silly it just seems like it's Amy not a very low target of audience that is willing to accept anything that is remotely funny or remotely even hilarious. Man thinking of movies like this that has a talented cast gives me a headache in the fact of the thought that this movie is should be considered as a good comedy is a joke in itself space my final grade for this is a D+
(mx) wrote: This is a bad cheeseball movie that has what I think is the best score of all time. 0 stars for the movie, 5 stars for the score; yeah it's Kenny G but something about the score just clicks. Find the soundtrack and skip the movie.
(mx) wrote: He loves the dead. Goes great with Phil Collins
(es) wrote: Hawks' propaganda flick is a very strong piece of all-American cinema even if it is shallow in its focus on heroism as oppose to storyline.
(ca) wrote: a vastly underrated ozu classic. there was a surprising political element, rare for ozu even during the wartime censorship, but that didnt overwhelm the film or detract form the powerful premise at all. as a parent, this film is gut wrenching. a father maintains a surprising level of affection from his son despite hampering their relationship as he punishes himself for a mistake made while his son was a young boy. the culture of japan at the time is portrayed with clarity that is educational for us today, and the ozu trademarks that become more evident later in his career appear in this film in spurts. ryu is his usual steady self, and the film hits home well in a short and effective running time.
(it) wrote: This was a creepy sad movie... hard to watch. Brilliantly acted, especially if you see what the real dudes actually looked like.