Tom and Jerry: Robin Hood and His Merry Mouse
Robin Hood, a merry man who steals from the rich to give to the poor, has a new capable sidekick, Jerry. The evil king deduces, in his own words "brilliantly", that the best way to deal with this new threat is a cat, so he hires Tom.
- Stars:Jamie Bamber, Charles Shaughnessy, John Michael Higgins, Grey DeLisle, John DiMaggio, Joe Alaskey, Phil LaMarr, Greg Ellis, Jess Harnell, Richard McGonagle, Clive Revill,
- Director:Spike Brandt, Tony Cervone,
- Writer:Earl Kress (screenplay), Michael Ryan (screenplay), Earl Kress (story)
Robin Hood, a merry man who steals from the rich to give to the poor, has a new capable sidekick, Jerry. The evil king deduces, in his own words "brilliantly", that the best way to deal with this new threat is a cat, so he hires Tom. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tom and Jerry: Robin Hood and His Merry Mouse torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Zilch, nada, nope. Just don't cut it mack! ain't worth it.
(gb) wrote: Ummm... Am I the only one who liked this movie? :/
(ag) wrote: I mailed Flixter to add this movie to their database..and they did it....its one of the finest movies in Hindi cinema
(gb) wrote: This Indian film by Feroz Abbas Khan explores the troubled relationship between Harilal Gandhi (Akshaye Khanna) and his father, Mahatma Gandhi in somehow neutral way, while shedding light onto Gandhi the person! Father and son with dreams directed in opposite directions are often in a conflict even when fighting side by side for their ideals and causes. I watched this movie because of the screenplay which was something exceptional, petty that the director managed to take the really good screenplay and make such a mediocre movie! The screenplay won the 2007 Asia Pacific Screen Award and that should be the only thing remembered... everything else was just average or below average. Don't waste over two hours if you have anything better to do!
(au) wrote: owh.. I want somebody to plan my bachelor party just like this~
(de) wrote: "Tomb Raider 2" is sometimes annoying, with "not so good" action sequences despites the good interpretation from Angelina Jolie as the main title character.
(au) wrote: The film was disjointed. I really wanted to like it, but it just felt flat.
(fr) wrote: This is easily the worst, most confusing movie I've seen in quite some time. "Miyuki Minazuki" (Makiko Esumi), known professionally as "Stray Cat", is part of the Assassin's Guild, and ranked #3 in it. She is given the job to kill the top assassin in the guild, known as "Hundred Eyes", and takes it. This movie is very hard to follow, especially if you must use subtitles if you can't find a dubbed version. The acting is horrible. Many times, the actors are overly dramatic, and act as if they should be on stage. There is a lot of rambling monologues that are quite confusing. None of the actors had any chemistry and appeared to be forced to work together on screen. As for the camera work, it's not perfect. There are some shots with pans that are too dramatic and make no sense. Other shots are real good, and help with the story on a visual level. For the subject of the story, there is very little violence and no blood in this movie. There is even little gun play in the film. Violence is kept to a minimum as well. The soundtrack is forgettable. It reminded me of music heard in movies from the 1970's. I didn't feel that the music helped enhance the scenes at all. There are some interesting visuals in this movie. At times I felt as if I was watching a stage play. A few times, the camera work helped enhance the scenes, but most of the time the shots were real typical. This movie lacked the ability to keep my attention through out. I caught myself looking away from my computer screen numerous times because I was completely bored with the movie. I watched this movie on Hulu, and got even more confused when my screen saver popped up. It was a hard movie to follow, especially since I had to read English subtitles. I really had a hard time following what was going on in this movie because my attention was focused on the bottom of the screen. It may have been the translation, but the dialog was pretty confusing at times, and I couldn't understand what was going on. Unless you are into this type of movie, I have to say skip it. It isn't for every one.
(kr) wrote: This film always gets me: rare, wondrous and laden with gentle hilarity
(ag) wrote: If your like me, you have probably worked a few jobs in your lifetime that you just simply hate. You dread waking up in the morning and sitting in traffic to get to a place you really don't want to arrive at. It has never really been co workers that have gotten on my nerves, but the actual job and a few bosses have annoyed me to no end. Maybe that is why I love Office Space so much. It is pretty much a movie about a group of guys who hate their job and they set out on a ridiculous plan to bring down the company and get rich in the process of doing it. Well, needless to say it doesn't work, but nonetheless its a hilarious movie. Office Space has some of the funniest characters I've seen in a while. And if you work in an office with a bunch of other people, maybe for a large corporation, you'll probably enjoy the satire in this movie as well.
(br) wrote: Easy 3 hour watch. This movie does it all with Kevin Costner at its best. Will leave you wanting more.
(de) wrote: Have to make sure the big roller contest goes off w/out a hitch so everybody can Roller Boogie
(it) wrote: Good family entertainment.
(es) wrote: A dream pairing of Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire makes it essential for classic film enthusiasts. I myself found it charming and enjoyed the holiday-themed music. (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)
(ru) wrote: When all the monsters are on screen it's a blast. When it's some of the human characters not so much. The 3 1/2 hr runtime doesn't help either. 75/100
(ag) wrote: Absolutely atrocious. This movie made zero sense, it was boring and doesn't even hold a candle to the first one.
(br) wrote: 8/20/2015: the movie sent a good message, but that's about the only good thing. Animation should have more funny moments.
(jp) wrote: In terms of sheer emotional gravitas, Whale Rider is one hell of a movie. Castle-Hughes was so amazing she reduced me (a grown adult) to tears quite a few times during scenes where she had to constantly try and prove her worth amidst a male-centric Maori culture. The constant pin pricks into the cushion of our emotions can be a little draining but that said, it's one of the most wonderful movies to come out of Oceania.
(ag) wrote: Something was seriously wrong with this guy's brain, but he made some really awesome music and was always trying new things. But seriously, wtf? Pink Hair, gold lame hair net, purple beard drawn on, and shiny gold eye mask all covered in egyptian robes? Yikes.