When Junior, an overprotected preteen worm, is accidentally brought up to the surface, he must face a risky journey back home, while learning the great powers of self-respect, trust and true friendship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Accidentally dug to the surface and taken to a soilrecycle shop, the little earthworm Junior and his friends Nico and Linda work out a way to go back home.
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Tara H (nl) wrote: Frickin' hilarious. Love everything about it.
Static M (jp) wrote: "No matter what happens, boy, keep that motherfucker rollin'. Boy, don't never turn it off, no matter what."
Heather M (gb) wrote: This movie is rather slow and pointless. I was really expecting so much more.
Freeman M (ru) wrote: Nowhere near as funny or clever as it thinks it is. I was legitimately surprised by just how amateurish this was. I've liked Steve Coogan films in the past, and I like many of those involved, but it was clear that the entire premise of the movie was based on the (perceived) strength of its headliner, "Rock Me (THE REVIEWS SECTION ACTUALLY CENSORS THIS WORD!) Jesus," which wasn't good enough to build an entire feature around. Every single joke bombs, even when it comes from veterans like Amy Poehler. The play is actually pretty good allegory for the entire movie: it may seem fascinating from the onset, but in actuality, it's a painfully unfunny mess.
jerry d (nl) wrote: Wow, they did it again.
Jennifer W (mx) wrote: Sorry it made me laugh,maybe I am easily pleased
Brandon B (gb) wrote: A beautiful and tragic love story between young men, takes place during the WWII.
Nico B (gb) wrote: While the effects are very campy and not very impressive for the 2000s, Godzilla 2000 is a ton of fun and definitely proves that Godzilla doesn't need to be in CG to look awesome...unlike a certain other movie we all know!
Kanya A (fr) wrote: Should've seen this before Jobs, informative piece of history (that they should start teaching in school curriculums) flicked. And like Mark Zuckerberg mentioned " You don't get to 500 million friends without making a few enemies". As Picasso said and quoted a lot in this movie, "Good artists copy and great artists steal".
Aparna M (ru) wrote: The strangest movie I ever saw...what the hell?!
Sue B (de) wrote: Clint woos the ladies and climbs lots of big rocks.
Joel A (es) wrote: A great little Japanese film about two rather disobedient boys that desire a TV & their parents won't agree.The decide to begin a pact of silence until they get their TV & that lands them in some difficult situations. It's a light film that travels slowly but everyone in the film is so interesting to watch.The two young boys are particularly great in the roles & the film just grows on you...it's directed by the Japanese master Yashiro Ozu who directed Tokyo Story ten years earlier.
Peter H (kr) wrote: Silent classic by Pudovkin depicting the suffering of the poor through war or starvation. Gives an ideological backdrop to the Russian revolution.
Emily T (nl) wrote: This movie annoys me so much. It's a stupid concept and its ridiculous. The only good part of the movie is Nigel. Mads Mikkelsen does an great job in this role and the fact he beats up Charlie all the time is a great bonus. Shia presents an annoying character which we are meant to sympathize with but his stupidity just makes me hate even more. The whole movie I was cheering on Nigel hoping that he would kill Charlie. The supporting cast is crazy and just all over the place. I was very disappointed with this film.
Joshua T (ru) wrote: Gangs of New York is meant for a mature audience. This is not only due to its graphic and violent content but the chemistry being built between all the characters. The abundant dedication to the film was even apparent in its actors mannerisms. On, and off screen all the actors melded together and it was evident in director Martin Scorsese's historical epic. With the exception of some actors, i.e, Cameron Diaz, whose previous roles didn't compliment the films serious undertones. She was a wildly hated character but hey lets face it Jar Jar Binks wasn't a peach either, but we still love him irregardless. Throughout Gangs of New York, Scorsese displayed the power of character progression. The dynamic between Bill The Butcher, played by Daniel Day-Lewis, and Amsterdam Vallon, played by Leonardo Dicaprio was exquisite and I generally don't use pretentious vocabulary but that was the only was to justify its excellence. Every character offed their own appeal, but one stood a large top hat above everyone else. William Cutting a.k.a Bill The Butcher. The performance showcased by Mr. Daniel Day Lewis,staunchly upped its cinematic value, in my eyes Bill is one of the most renowned and sadistic villains throughout film history. The premise of the film revolves around a young boy named Amsterdam Vallon, son of Priest Vallon; Bill The Butchers most respected, and hated advisory. Both immigrant and native-born gangs led by Priest Vallon and The Butcher themselves, clashed in an open courtyard for dominance in the primary setting of the film, The Five Points. In a mad exhibition of brutality both sides crippled one another, many were left mutilated or writhing in pain. When the dust finally settled The Butcher's scream of victory pierced the hearts of every man and woman that followed the priest into battle. For Mr.Cutting once again proved why he is called " The Butcher." At his feet lay the greatest man he had ever killed, or as Bill would put it "The only man worth killing." Amsterdam having seen the events unfold the way they did, he watched his father get murdered at the hands of the new ruler of The Five Points, Bill The Butcher... As quickly as he was orphaned, he was sent away to a Catholic facility to become saved in the eyes of the Lord. For years he was kept there without the religion setting in. This was due to Amsterdam's plot of revenge circulating through his head. Upon his return to The Five Points , many years later, he befriends the very man that killed his father. In an unusual turn of events a still young Vallon becomes firmly rooted in Bill's inner circle. I would tell you more but that would take the fun out of it. Overall combined with a talented crew of actors, superb character development, and a seasoned director such as Martin Scorsese, made it difficult for me to give this epic any less than its four star rating.