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Under Still Waters torrent reviews
Marcus L (kr) wrote: Pretty bad acting and a ham-fisted direction from Aja.
Adam H (nl) wrote: A very moving and entertaining biographical documentary of the great soul singer Bill Withers. Despite not having released any music for about 20 years he still is at the top of my play-list.
Bry G (au) wrote: when you take a picture "these moments will be everlasting"---VERY TRUE! especially if you post them in FB! :)
Calum R (jp) wrote: Growing up in the 90's and 2000's allowed for my childhood to be full of animated tales from the likes of Disney, Pixar and DreamWorks, and what a time it was to be alive. Throughout the majority of my childhood, 'The Lion King' remained my favourite animated film, even above the CGI tales like 'Toy Story'. Well that was until 2010, that was the year I saw 'How to Train Your Dragon' which is still as of 2016, my all-time favourite animated film. DeBlois's and Sanders' film takes a daring approach at adding more depth and adult situations that many other animated films avoid, including the (spoiler alert) loss of a character's limb - maybe not every kid's ideal animated tale, well, that's actually all incorrect, as despite the somewhat mature themes (that DreamWorks equally utilised in their other efforts) it's a film that both kids and adults adore.As mentioned above, the script, loosely based on the book of the same name, is utterly fantastic, finding the perfect subject that is suitable for both adults and children alike. A story of love and family encased in a coming-of-age tale, with dashes of drama, action and comedy. The visuals are stunning with gorgeous animation, and the score is by far one of the finest I've ever heard in any animated film, one that John Powell should be proud of - arguably it should have never lost the Oscar to 'The Social Network'. The characters are all relatable in their own way, with brilliant voice acting, but the greatest 9and probably the most expressive) character is by far Toothless, the feline-like Night Fury dragon. All-in-all, this is an animated masterpiece, one that is a constant flow of riveting and exciting drama.
ian h (gb) wrote: It Is A Good Idea Missing Any Wit And It Doesn't Have The Best Animation In The World.
Toby C (it) wrote: This movie is awesome! Pushing the limit of M and having an awesome story, does not mean that it would only 42%!!!
Oj H (nl) wrote: I have to say, I wasn't too enthralled with this film, and I wanted to be. It felt like one long waiting game... with a payoff that we all saw coming. It did not hit the spot, such as a similar film, like End Days. It was interesting, but there was zero cause and affect plotting, no character development, and just a day in the life at an American Highschool. It wasn't awful by any means... but I don't feel the need to watch it again. It missed.
Anthony G (it) wrote: Starts off awesome but really slows down aside from a couple of cool fight scenes. If you are a fan of Cowboy Bebeop you should watch this but if not you may not enjoy it as much.
TJ R (ru) wrote: want to see it again
Clay B (br) wrote: TWICE UPON A TIME (1983)
Isabelly Cristina C (br) wrote: Por me this movie will be remembered forever because at the same time has cenar strong , a lot of action and violence , but at the same time brings to fight an army of only 300 Spartan men who fought bravely against the domination of their lands for thousands of Persians that despite acabarrem dying, they became heroes . The movie was amazing because of the visual and sound effects that made the very real battles and lead us to the time that the story takes place.I love!
Jack L (es) wrote: One of Tim Burton's finest and most original ideas live on in this movie and Keaton being the star role, completely steals the show. Amazing!