The Swan Princess: A Royal Family Tale

The Swan Princess: A Royal Family Tale

Shortly after the Royal Family adopts a young girl named Alise, she is taken away into the forest. Princess Odette, Derek and their woodland friends, must work together to find a way to bring her home to the castle.

A little princess named Alise is kidnapped by a group of squirrels who believes that Swan Princess is evil. Her parents try to save her and team up with squirrels to defeat the real evil. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Swan Princess: A Royal Family Tale torrent reviews

Robert B (br) wrote: I stumbled across this film about the "Right to Die" movement in Oregon (and Washington State). It is one of the finest documentaries I have ever seen. It will be difficult to shake.

Tom H (mx) wrote: Britain's cinematic answer to the US's "Norma Rae". It's just as courageous, compelling and absorbing as its American counterpart, if not more. A great script, realistically portrayed characters and careful direction/ editing make this well worth watching. Exceptional performances all around, however, Sally Hawkins, Bob Hoskins and an exceptional Miranda Richardson as the unequalled Barbara Castle, deserve special mention. Good stuff!

Martin G (jp) wrote: Film "d'horreur" trs ennuyant , personnages peut intressant et histoire dj vu des dizaines de fois. A viter

PJ P (de) wrote: A snowy landscape in which a smokeless factory chimney dominates a village in the background. From the village a solitary figure trudges towards the main road. A bus approaches - he flags it down. This sets the mood of this brilliant movie, written, directed and produced by Nuri Bilge Ceylan. Poignantly, one of the two lead actors, Mehmet Emin Toprak (Yusuf), was killed in a car crash just after the movie was completed. The 2003 Cannes Film Festival??s Prix d'interprtation masculine was shared by him, posthumously, and Muzaffer ?zdemir (who plays Mahmut). I have rarely watched a movie with so little dialogue. There seems, in Ceylan??s view really no possibility of lessening the distance (uzak is Turkish for ??distant??) between people. Yusuf, the illiterate, unskilled, unemployed factory-worker from the sticks (the factory is the now-closed one in the opening scene) and Mahmut, his older photographer city cousin with whom he comes to stay, have nothing in common. Yusuf, totally unrealistically, wants to get a job on a ship, sail to distant parts and earn lots of money. He just hasn??t a clue. The older man is increasingly (and sometimes increasingly unreasonably) irritated by the younger man??s gauche attitudes and behaviour. But sophisticated Mahmut is something of a fraud. He is ??distant?? too - from those around him, from his artistically un-stimulating work. And from his ex-wife who is leaving to live in distant Canada with her current husband ?? she cannot have children, probably because of a late abortion she had while she and Mahmut were getting divorced. Mahmut watches porn when no-one is watching him. Oddly, you feel that, this is perhaps the one thing that both men would have in common ?? it is also of course impossible. Mahmut switches channels the moment Yusuf is about to enter the room. The whole thing is bleak, although not without moments of wry, cleverly observed humour. Beautiful shots of wintry Istanbul and the Bosphorus emphasise the sense of isolation. And one day Yusuf is gone. Just like that.

Alan E (mx) wrote: My favorite movie of all time

Nicolas H (ag) wrote: Filme muito bem construdo, mas com uma escorregada no final. A histria anda bem at (C) seu 3/4, com criaes bem slidas de personagens e vrias cenas realmente muito bem filmadas. No entanto, o quarto final do filme destoa por dar a sensao de que o diretor quis concluir rapidamente tudo que fora construdo anteriormente.

Landis Anna F (fr) wrote: Really weird and good. I liked it!

Takiyah M (mx) wrote: This really threw me for a loop

Tim G (kr) wrote: This movie sucks! I didn't get it... It must be a minority thing.

Ken T (it) wrote: It's sad to see a man's career sink this far down. Since the Blade movies, he just can't seem to get a break. At least he is on TV in "B" movie land which is either LMN or SyFy channels. His "B" movie hell just happens to be straight to DVD flicks and not particularly good ones. Basically this movie s about two old action martial arts stars playing rogue CIA agents on the wrong side of each, which eventually leads to the fight we all know is coming. If you got time to kill, this isn't a horrible way to do it...And it ain't the best way either.