Toys in the Attic

Toys in the Attic

In an attic full of discarded junk, a pretty doll called Buttercup lives in an old trunk together with her friends, the marionette Prince Charming, lazy Teddy Bear and the plasticine creature Schubert. When Buttercup is snatched and taken off to the Land of Evil, her pals set out to rescue her.

A teddy bear, a mechanical mouse, and a marionette join forces to save their kidnapped friend, Buttercup the doll, from the denizens of the Land of Evil. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Toys in the Attic torrent reviews

Gena G (gb) wrote: A must see and a must to get into middle and high school civic classes. One of the best documentaries of how the dark and the light. It dissects the social condition and focus-intent of greed and control as I have never seen explained before. Watch it with your kids, partner, spouse.

Greg W (de) wrote: Confounds all convention and denies all expected pleasures, providing instead the delight of watching Herzog feed the police hostage formula into the Mixmaster of his imagination.

stefano l (it) wrote: I thought it was just a stupid romanti- fantasy movie, but I find it original, in some points funny.

AZZPHAT (nl) wrote: FUNNIEST SHIT EVER...KEVIN HART IS A FOOL WITH IT.

Mark N (au) wrote: Feels for all the world like an 80's movie in story and performances but some pretty slick practical effects and sound digital ones give away its more recent production. The story is poor for sure but what is fun are the cameo's from some of cinema's best loved horror actors, blink and you'll miss some but all the same.

J M (ag) wrote: Stark Cal-Mex majesty, perfectly suited for black and white 16mm. Everything seems natural (okay, maybe not Luana's line readings), and Chris Shearer is a real treat.

Brian W (ru) wrote: Not the greatest comedy ever but some comic moments, Robin Williams stars but it's the supporting cast who shine, many former SCTV stars such as Rick Moranis, Eugene Levy, Andrea Martin, Joe Flaherty, and of course all to the direction of Harold Ramis!

Jon H (fr) wrote: "Glory be to the bomb, and to the holy fallout."

Bradley H (gb) wrote: The film seems to be missing half of its plot as the political machinations are only alluded to and rarely explored.

Adam R (gb) wrote: (First and only viewing - 7/13/2012)