Tintin and the Lake of Sharks

Tintin and the Lake of Sharks

Tintin is sent to guard Professor Calculus, who has invented a machine that can duplicate anything, and is staying in a village near the border of Syldavia and Bodouria. Rastapopoulous, an infamous and ruthless international criminal, tries to lure Calculus and Tintin away by kidnapping two children, who live nearby, in order to get his clutches on the machine.

Tintin is sent to guard an absent-minded professor in a Balkan country, but a local criminal tries to lure him away by kidnapping two children. The professor, however, has invented a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tintin and the Lake of Sharks torrent reviews

Nandita A (ag) wrote: Nice Concept bt Tooo Lengthy

Thomas W (mx) wrote: Saw this after I saw TP's Temptation and was like night and day. One too many coincidences, which were deliberate for the plot (but I still hate movies built on coincidences). But overall, a very enjoyable and thoughtful movie.Deductions: 1 star cause I didn't like Linda's explanation of Steve. .5 star cause of the coincidences.

Sabrina S (br) wrote: The soundtrack was excellent

Ron F (us) wrote: This was one of the most original movies I have ever seen despite it's being a zombie movie they took it and spun it into its own being. The main character and his dementia show that relying on your strenth to save you isn't the best policy, sometimes it's just dumn luck that you live through disasters

Peter W (ca) wrote: Awesome! Best Die Hard movie yet

Jay B (fr) wrote: Not the strongest outing for either star, but I chuckled throughout.

VickiLee C (br) wrote: Another Adrian Lyne triumph. I can see it over and over and never tire of it.

Aaron C (kr) wrote: redundant sequel,has the worst "comedy" sequence in history as Chevy trapses around the hoover dam,would have loved the dead air as this scene played out in theatres

Matt S (kr) wrote: It just doesn't get any better than this...

Craig C (es) wrote: Jonathan Demme's landmark documentary turned the Talking Heads into stars and set himself up for a career of solid acclaim. Considered one of the best concert films ever made and on every Top Ten list from 1984. Essential.

Robert I (br) wrote: What happens when Yakuza hitmen take a vacation? They go crazy! Not an action film... Also, there's not a whole lot of substance either. It's about insanity, not rebirth.

Jeremy C (it) wrote: A movie with more than a couple of very memorable scenes - in particular the arm wrestling scene between Saxon and Brando. This Western is different and Brando's charisma carries it - - and you're never really quite what to expect. Not your usual Western. Brando and Saxon (an under-rated actor) are excellent. I believe this movie's value will enhance with time and be regarded as a minor classic of the genre.

Matthew H (es) wrote: Vantage Point has an intriguing premise, but the execution is kind of poor. The acting is okay, bit the movie could've been a lot more than it is with a better screenplay, and a better director. After about 30 minutes, the movie loses its freshness, although it picks up a little after the real story is revealed a bit more. It goes from a repetitive thriller flick to a generic action movie (which isn't much better). Even for a movie about the same story shown from different points of view, it feels repetitive and dry.