Based on Kenneth Grahame's classic children's yarn, this charming animated tale follows four colorful talking critters: the blithe Mr. Toad, the sensible Mole, the urbane Rat and the cranky but insightful Badger. When Mr. Toad's passion for cars lands him in dutch, it's up to his three woodland cohorts to bail him out and restore his reputation by outfoxing a horde of underhanded weasels. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Zahid C (mx) wrote: Day: Monday Date: 1 Jul 2013 Time: 10.30 pm With: MaaOn: HDTV
Karl C (au) wrote: Great bit of J Horror. It's a little slow but when the creep is there it's really well done.
Brian Daniel L (fr) wrote: another good spycological horror movie in Asia
Jessie V (ru) wrote: is the dog magical...or patrick swayze...or both...?
Jamie C (kr) wrote: On par with the first two and I was quite surprised how good the action was too, The plot was a little different from the others but not that much it's still predictable, There was a few serious scenes where Mel and Danny could flex their acting muscles for a few minutes that worked well, It's fun and action packed and it just has enough humour to lighten the mood at times.
Danny L (ag) wrote: Brandon Lee's first official film in America, It was unknown if audiences would except Brandon. Brandon out shined audiences with his charisma for acting paying tribute to his father.
Scott H (gb) wrote: It's fitting that the first sequel rode on the coat tails of the original, because the third in the series just rode on the success of Knight Rider. So many things make this a terrible movie. Horrible script. No continuity. No real characterisation. Jokes and gags that are simultaneously gratuitous and just plain unfunny. Overdone (yet undercooked) acting. The less said about this movie the better.To be avoided at all costs.
Kasha U (jp) wrote: George Burns is GREAT!
Kurt M (fr) wrote: A wicked and delightful sequel to the cult classic, "The Abominable Doctor Phibes." Although not quite as entertaining as the original, the film is an amusing satire on the horror genre in which the Good Doctor rises from the grave and eliminates everyone who stands in the way of his quest to bring life back to his beloved bride, using a number of gruesome methods to remove his opponents.Two rotting thumbs up!
Chris D (ru) wrote: Although Danny Elfman's score leaves something to be desired, the rest of this Sam Raimi masterpiece is candy for your eyes, every single frame of it. Darkman is a bold piece of filmmaking that isn't afraid to run its audience through an emotional gamut. Take the fucking elephant, and see this movie.
David T (br) wrote: I love the movie, i love the book
Joe O (br) wrote: Good British horror. Loads of gore, neds getting their intestines ripped out. Whats not to like?
Karsh D (ru) wrote: Young tourists in brazil are abandoned in the middle of nowhere and are caught by a gang working for a surgeon who wants to sell their organs. Scores well on the gore count here!