In a distant, but not so unrealistic, future where mankind has abandoned earth because it has become covered with trash from products sold by the powerful multi-national Buy N Large corporation, WALL-E, a garbage collecting robot has been left to clean up the mess. Mesmerized with trinkets of Earth's history and show tunes, WALL-E is alone on Earth except for a sprightly pet cockroach. One day, EVE, a sleek (and dangerous) reconnaissance robot, is sent to Earth to find proof that life is once again sustainable. WALL-E falls in love with EVE. WALL-E rescues EVE from a dust storm and shows her a living plant he found amongst the rubble. Consistent with her "directive", EVE takes the plant and automatically enters a deactivated state except for a blinking green beacon. WALL-E, doesn't understand what has happened to his new friend, but, true to his love, he protects her from wind, rain, and lightning, even as she is unresponsive. One day a massive ship comes to reclaim EVE, but WALL-E, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jordan J (br) wrote: Trolls was an ok film, that is until everything gets stuck in your head. I did kind of enjoy it until that happened. This movie is just to hyper active and gets super annoying. It is kind of original but it really reminds me of many other things. I really wanted to like this movie but it's just decent and depending on the mood, it's a lower than just decent. This movie will satisfy the younger ones but really can provide a good nap for the parents. Overall the movie is very colorful and exciting at times, but the movie is just too hyper active and annoying. I'd say the movie is just good for one time and afterwards if you keep watching it, you will probably be hoping that another great kids movie will replace this as your kids favorite. P.s after you see all the toys that coincide with this film, this movie will seem like a commercial/ bad music video. F+
Lili L (gb) wrote: A portrait for love, a window to indian everyday life, a door to steve hoover's feelings toward his best friend, his blood brother. Fully charged with personal emotions, film that left a mark deep in my heart.
Luckee C (us) wrote: '3' is nothing more special than the ordinary rom-com dramatic films we get in Indian cinema all the time, however the things to note in this film is, Dhanush's excellent performance, mind-blowing suspense, heart-touching drama, lovely romance, and full-on entertainment with action-packed sequences and super hit tracks (Why This Kolaveri Di). Nothing for children to understand, a confusing fair, which deserves a watch! Recommended! Verdict = Semi Hit
Terry R (gb) wrote: Load of rubbish dont waste your time on this
Greg S (ag) wrote: This unusual art movie illustrates the story behind Pieter Bruegel's 1564 painting "The Way to Calvary," describing the stories of some of the characters who appear in the sprawling picture, examining Bruegel's strategy in composing the canvas, and sometimes using the actual painting as a backdrop to the action. It's done with love and skill, but honestly, sometimes it's like watching paint dry; this would have been excellent at 1 hour. By playing Bruegel, Rutger Hauer became the first actor in history to portray a 16th Century Flemish painter and a hobo with a shotgun in the same year.
Noname (de) wrote: A quite good drama movie and well acting by Cate Blanchett and Judi Dench. Its about 2 teachers/friends on a school and one of them "Cate Blanchett" have a relationship with a very young student and that causing big problem.. I liked this movie of the well acting mostly.
Saurav G (nl) wrote: One of those really awesome which I can watch any no. of times... Highly underrated though!
Sheridan P (nl) wrote: The subject matter was very deep. It really should've captured me, but it didn't
Rayne M (it) wrote: Terror e drama nunca interagiram to bem!
BellaRay (gb) wrote: Have seen but I remember little.
Kenneth E (es) wrote: This frolicking British flick is colorfully insane every second of the way; this can clearly be seen from the impossibly-campy antics experienced by the Spice Girls between traveling tours to the girls' signature over-the-top costumes. The movie pokes fun at the girls' struggles with celebrity fame, media morons trying too hard to cash in on their brand and, of course, those malicious men who would love nothing more than to see the musical quintet dead in the eyes of the public. Borrowing more than a page from The Beatles' A Hard Day's Night, Spice World highlights the girls' best songs in strategic, and sometimes unexpected, locations; for example, their legendary "Wannabe" is sung impromptu at a local pub with a boom-box serving as the only musical backdrop. Like the Beatles' films, many numbers take place during concerts or recording sessions; however, unlike the Beatles, who performed glued to their instruments, Geri, Melanie G, Melanie C, Emma, and Victoria provide high-flying choreography in addition to their vocal talents. The ending song "Spice Up Your Life" demonstrates exactly why the girls were so popular. This sequence will make you want to get up and dance. The film truly encompassed the decade of the 90's: the obsession of retro furniture (just take a look at the interior of that traveling, double-decker bus!), platform boots so high they could reach the stratosphere, healthy amounts of "girl power," and 'anything-goes' fashion ("could somebody please tell me exactly what the dress code is here?" one character remarks). The Spice Girls could have created a convoluted and overly-absorbing piece of cinematic self-promotion, (ie, the Monkees' film "Head,") but they have, instead, gone the more fun and carefree route by placing themselves in comic and embarrassing story-lite situations filled with fun, flair, and secret agents bottle-feeding baby piglets. My favorite sequence in when the girls are put through military training; each of the Spices don a green, unflattering camouflaged army outfit, except for Posh, who still retains her fashionable flash in a short, tight, army-patterned dress. It is silly to watch, sure, but I appreciate how the girls stay true to their public on-stage personas.The upside and downside of Spice World is that its humor succeeds only half the time. While I believe taking the "campiness" out of the film would have been a major mistake, I also believe the film would have been much stronger as a whole if many jokes had been taken farther, instead of being cut halfway before reaching their humorous pinnacles. One such example is towards the end of the film when the British police stop the girls from reaching their concert at Albert Hall; Baby Spice approaches the officers with a pouty-puff display of innocence. Then... the scene cuts, and the girls (somehow) arrive unscathed to their concert a couple minutes later. If Baby Spice had gone farther in her pleas, (or if Ginger Spice had interfered by whacking the cops across their kissers,) I would have been more satisfied. But despite the half-hearted attempt at many jokes, the far-fetched nature of the story disguised everything that did not work. I am annoyed by critics (both professional and amateur,) who give Spice World one star out of five. One star? Really? My personal rule-of-thumb is that one shouldn't call a film "cheesy and all-over-the-place" in a condescending manner if the film's intent was to present the world as being, well, cheesy and all-over-the-place. (Extra points to the alien encounter scene.) In all honest, I enjoyed the groovy and rockin' Spice World; while it did not ascend to the heights of A Hard Day's Night or Help, it is on-par with Herman's Hermits' musical comedies of the 60's.
Stefan G (ru) wrote: It should stand to reason that a film with a title like "The Five Man Army" would seem like a riotously entertaining action romp. However, what we get instead is a sub-par spaghetti Western with some of the clichs that came to embarrass the genre in its later years. The film does start in a somewhat promising manner, but it quickly went south from there on out, languishing in a slowly paced plot that seems to be devoid of energy or imagination. The characters are competently played, but they seem really bland, to the point that they even dress almost alike. On top of that, there's no real reason for me to care about the characters, probably because the whole film is more boring than anything else. It's like watching an extended episode of an old TV Western show. At the very least it delivers in terms of action, but it's only just enough for what has turned out to be a decidedly standard Western. I'd recommend this film only to any cowboy film fans who aren't particularly picky over what they watch. Otherwise, prepare to be disappointed and bored.
Michael J (us) wrote: I didn't know jack I had a sense of humor, until I saw this. Unforgettable performance, and an unforgettable team.