Tin Toy

Tin Toy

Babies are hardly monster-like, unless you're a toy. After escaping a drooling baby, Tinny realizes that he wants to be played with after all. But in the amount of time it takes him to discover this, the baby's attention moves on to other things only an infant could find interesting.

  • Category:Family
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  • Uploader:MongDu
  • Country:USA
  • Director:John Lasseter
  • Writer:John Lasseter (story)

A tin one-man-band toy tries to escape a destructive baby. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tin Toy torrent reviews

Daniel C (ca) wrote: Troubled Angelina moves to San Francisco & enters into adult entertainment.There's not much to this film aside from the story about a young girl who leaves home and enters the porn industry. Yes, it's that simple and yes it has Heather Graham in it so I'm already biased but I found the way the story was told was mostly interesting and the way it was shot as well. I did lose track towards the end regarding James Franco's character and just exactly *what* he did but it wasn't so important to the plot.It's an okay movie but it won't appeal to everyone - or many people I imagine.

Paul D (jp) wrote: This film is a bit of a mess overall. It is nice to see True Blood's Ryan Kwanten in a superhero outfit, but the script tries to be too weird making it difficult to enjoy at times. It's a small Australian flick, with the odd laugh here and there, but in the end, it just isn't very good.

John T (de) wrote: Pretty good. Rachel Lee Cook is in this one. Indie flick.

Mark H (ag) wrote: Excellent atmospheric thriller is both fun and funny while being fairly frightening in some spots. Mostly it's about the set decoration which consists of the entire town of Sleepy Hollow, built from the ground up to meet Director Tim Burton's vision of what Sleepy Hollow should look like. The acting is fine, if a bit silly at times, but this is actually a lighter mystery than conventional horror or gothic ghost story. Depp is fun as Crane, although Ricci is a bit miscast as the object of his affection. And honestly, Burton could have made better use of Christopher Walken, who is reduced to a fairly inconsequential role. We rarely see him, except in very brief glimpses of head-chopping and off he goes on his dark pony. I enjoy this movie a great deal, if mostly for the near-perfect set decoration, atmosphere and mood. Lots of nice images of spooky jack-o-laterns, misty fields and wet marshlands. It's alot of fun but seems to go on a bit too long and overstay its welcome. 15-20 minutes leaner might have been a wise move. But, overall it's a lesser effort from Burton but still one of his best and most enjoyable if you don't pick apart some liberties he took with the story. Nice annual tradition to watch around Halloween.

Cameron G (ca) wrote: The Godfather: Part 1Story/Screenplay - 30% - 30/30Cinematography - 30% - 30/30Acting/Characters - 15% - 15/15Production/Costume Design - 10% - 10/10Effects (Visual/Sound) - 8% - 8/8Music - 7% - 7/7Final - 100/100

Ali R (ru) wrote: I was up late one night watching Turner Classic Movies, and this movie came on and there is something about it that I just love! One of the most fun musicals to watch :)

Jona A (mx) wrote: bizarra y entretenida, un 7.5 :D

Giuseppe P (ag) wrote: Uno dei film di Spike Lee che mi ha impressionato meno. La musica jazz l'aspetto pi interessante.

JH K (de) wrote: Fresca, divertida, original... qu ms pedir a unos castores mutantes.