Thomas & Friends: A Very Thomas Christmas
All aboard for a special holiday delivery filled with friendship, teamwork and fun! Rheneas picks the perfect Christmas tree when he finally stops to smell the evergreen. Charlie knows how fun snow can be and discovers that teamwork-in-the-snow is the most fun of all. Edward gets Salty just what he asked for - the perfect story to re-tell -- and Emily learns the best way to be Really Useful. Unwrap the holiday adventures with Thomas and his friends and best wishes for a very Thomas Christmas! Features the episodes: The Christmas Tree Express, Ho Ho Snowman, Salty's Surprise and Emily's Winter Party Special.
- Stars:Anne Curtis, Derek Ramsay, Michael Brandon, David Bedella, Jules de Jongh, Ben Forster, William Hope, Kerry Shale, Martin Sherman, Ben Small, Keith Wickham, Matt Wilkinson, Glenn Wrage,
- Director:Greg Tiernan,
- Writer:Max Allen, Sharon Miller (head writer)
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Thomas & Friends: A Very Thomas Christmas torrent reviews
(it) wrote: First time my brother borrowed one of my CDs it was that amazing first album.. Brilliant to see them back together. Ace film.
(br) wrote: Not a horrible film, some laughs and some good acting especially from Kevin heart. However, there is really no new ideas in this movie, and the general idea is (as so many times before) that allmen think in a certain way, all women think in a totally different way.The stereotypes are getting really tiresome. Every person in the world fall in to a given category and the only way to gethappy is to follow the crowd and get together with someone, cause the options are happily married or unhappily single. In the end everyone gets their partner and its basically because all of themread a self-help book. A self-help book? Really? Would be more believable if they had been matched up by aliens that came down to help out."Show of hands, how many of you retards own a self-help book? Thats your first problem, you cant help yourself because your "self" sucks. You helping yourself, that means you are being helped bya complete ass hole.
(es) wrote: The Conjuring is one hell of a horror movie!
(ru) wrote: 1st one was way better
(au) wrote: Trying to introduce a Bollywood movie into a more American would like on a group like the Cheetah Girls doesn't work . Even though Bollywood movies are very very visual good music and dancing and below Bollywood an American standards . Even though this was a Disney movie it was a movie that could have been produced brother in written letter for the general audience.
(ag) wrote: Watched this again for a second time in a while. Still engaging. Adrian plays the gritty NY tough guy with a heart. Good to see Pam Greer as the tough cop. Worth watching.
(ag) wrote: Started watching this last night on Netflix instant. I was surprised that it kept my interest. I did fall asleep, have to watch the rest. I LOL a few times. I would recommend giving it 15 - 20 min to see if you like.
(it) wrote: An absolute nineties hit, Sister Act hits all the right notes and was perhaps the greatest performance Whoopi Goldberg has ever given. With a variety of hilarious nuns, a delightfully shrill performance from Maggie Smith and some award-winning music this should be the film that will define Christmas for me from now on. And despite what everyone says, it's far better than the sequel.
(au) wrote: Ditching the character development of the first two films and opting for a less emotionally driven retread of the original, The Karate Kid, Part III loses much of the heart of the franchise.
(it) wrote: This is a comedy with horror and science-fiction elements that doesn't makes sense.
(it) wrote: The magnificence of Shaw and Caesar--Physically Lovely; Colorful; Well-Acted and Intelligent!!
(gb) wrote: A strong young adult romance story set in a modern war. Its honest and beautifully shot and with strong child performances. This should be the norm rather than The Hunger games or Twillight