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(972) 5.4 83 min 2018

Lói: Þú Flýgur Aldrei Einn is a movie starring Sean Astin, John Stamos, and Debbie Chazen. A plover chick has not learned to fly when his family migrates in the fall. He must survive the arctic winter, vicious enemies and himself in...

Starring
Debbie Chazen, Georgina Sutcliffe, John Stamos, Sean Astin
Genres
Animation, Adventure, Family
Director
Árni Ásgeirsson

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Animation, Adventure, Family
Director Árni Ásgeirsson
Writer Friðrik Erlingsson
Stars Debbie Chazen, Georgina Sutcliffe, John Stamos, Sean Astin
Country Iceland, Belgium
Also Known As Tārtiņa Tatiņa piedzīvojumi, Pluisje, Ploey - Du fliegst niemals allein, Ploey - Gibor katan gadol, Pjusken - Et vintereventyr, Puloi: Asla Yalnız Uçmayacaksın, Ploey: Nunca volarás solo, Pasari glorioase, Ploey - Inima de viteaz, Pjuske flyver fra reden, Odlotowy nielot, Ploey - Ett vinteräventyr, Tinno. Sa pole iial üksi, Pelyhes - Kalandra fel!, L'envol de Ploé, Ploey: You Never Fly Alone, Ploey, Ploey - Bay Đi Đừng Sợ, Plojus, Poju - Et koskaan lennä yksin, フライ!, Ploey cabeza de chorlito, Flying the Nest, Ploi
Runtime 1H 23M
Description A plover chick has not learned to fly when his family migrates in the fall. He must survive the arctic winter, vicious enemies and himself in order to be reunited with his beloved one next spring.

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Sunday, 20 Sep 2020 05:18

"Dates" (Or Is It?) is the story of a bunch of sweet, inoffensive, pocketbook animals who get called by the old king to attend a ceremony, and then all but one of them is chosen to bring back the stolen cows from a distant village. On a silly scale, we have the usual competition to get to the princesses from that village, and the animals have to rise to the challenge. That is where the humor lies, and I suspect that, to many people, it's a completely different film. The movie takes us to the Indian plains, and it has lovely locations in the water, but I think there's a reason that it's as close to the center of the universe as you can get. I watched this movie and was quite taken with the back-story of it all. There are many people to watch it, and I didn't need to watch it more than once. I didn't need to learn about it to enjoy it, and it doesn't feel like a "poor man's" film at all. Most of the jokes were truly funny, and I think a good portion of the laughs come from the fact that you get to know the animals, and how they behave and talk. Some of the jokes were also quite clever. However, even though it's a good film, I'd still recommend "Scrooge" or "A Christmas Carol" to anyone who likes fantasy or is really into the animals. I do enjoy the animals, and I think they're very much deserving of being in the same amount of films as the ones from "A Christmas Carol", but this movie is more sophisticated, and maybe you don't have to worry about the animal jokes quite as much as I do. I think a lot of people who like the animals will probably like this movie, but I don't think that all of them will enjoy it as much as I did. I'm not one of those people who can like a film that's very entertaining, and I think you'll have to be a fan of the animals in order to really enjoy this film. I'd definitely recommend "Dates" to anyone who likes fantasy films, or animation films in general. It's pretty good, but not as good as "A Christmas Carol". I rated it 7/10.
Thursday, 03 Sep 2020 01:55

From director Pedro Almodovar comes a movie that for once is not just cute kids or bad-ass adults, but a movie that is actually about kids (as in actual kids) and how adults react when they come into contact with them. The story (as a child, I was 12 years old when I saw this and it was the first time ever that I was around kids my age), revolves around various characters around ten years old and their adventures, and involves us not just with the shenanigans and physical abuse of one character (who may be responsible for thousands of stories or should I say, story lines), but with the back-and-forth drama of others. The movie consists of many different stories, and in each one, there is a different character involved in that story. There are some adult characters like Depp's parents, Joaquim Phoenix's brother, Juliette Binoche's character, Donnie Darko's character, and Tallulah, who is a fat, piggish daughter that is one of the younger characters in the movie. So, each story has its own story and within each, there is an adult, and one adult and one kid. That is the whole story-a movie about a kid. It's a kid movie, and I love it. I'm not saying this movie is perfect, and I'm not saying it's a masterpiece, but it is definitely a kid movie, that's what I like about it. I love how it deals with not just kids, but parents and teachers as well. It deals with a little girl taking her parents' car (which she is a bigger than normal child) and driving to school with a teacher who, despite her being a little down on her luck, wants to see her get a good grade. The principal of the school, who is the very sensitive, kind, mother in this movie, has a scene with Depp's parents where she tells Depp's parents that she is a regular mother, and she has her own life outside of her kids and her kids' lives. She does this so the parents can find out how wonderful she is. Again, this movie isn't for everyone, and that's okay. The adults should know how to deal with their kids, and the kids need to know how to deal with their parents. And I'm not saying that's a bad thing, because I'm saying that this movie doesn't really say anything about parenting, and is a movie about kids and, at the same time
Monday, 27 Apr 2020 21:03

Olaf the Snowman is the heroic white dog who steals the hearts of the people from the Ice Age. The legendary beast of the sea who always endures extreme cold and rain, Olaf lives a quiet life with his owner, Miss Radula, and his loyal friends. He is loved by many, including the ten year-old child, Clara, and his master, the graceful and strong, Janos. Clara loves to be surrounded by his adoring crowds, but Janos says that he cannot stand the cold. Olaf is left behind at Clara's home, where he spends most of his time snuggling up to Clara, the village's little girl. When Janos walks away, he finds Clara hiding with Olaf, but he doesn't know where he is, until he overhears the sad news of his master's passing. He is determined to find Olaf and bring him home to his family. While searching for Clara, he encounters many people and animals, and encounters more treasure and sadness in the snow. Olaf is the main character of this movie, as he has been shown before in the very popular Disney live-action film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. There is a lot of different characters and they are all given different characteristics. In this movie, there are so many characters and that's one of the reasons that I am not so great at naming them because there is not enough time to do it. It also helps if you know a little bit about the story of Olaf, because this movie is better for a background knowledge. The story is also different than most Disney movies. It is about a young boy who has trouble talking to others. This affects him when he is playing with the villagers and to be honest, his parents make him play with those other people. The other main character is a giant dog who has the power to transform into many forms of animals. He works as a guide for the children who visit Clara, but his master is in a terrible state, so he must be trained to work. The entire cast of characters are great, especially the seven dwarfs, who are all playing with Clara. This is a Disney movie that has many cute animals and some of the animals are so cute and are the best part of this movie. The costumes of the characters are also beautiful and really make this movie better. I love this movie, but I feel a little shortchanged because the story is a little bit predictable and the characters are not very well developed. The characters are all
Monday, 27 Apr 2020 07:30

An easy 10 for adults and an 8 for children. The most energetic animated film of the year. No matter how you feel about the movie, you will be swept away by the story. After all, the story is that of two brothers, who are dragged into a strange land called Limbo. They are befriended by the spirits of the dead and must try to get back home to their mother. As with all Disney films, there are some scenes that are very scary but they are not nearly as over the top as some other Disney films. They really pull no punches and have an excellent scare in most of the scenes. You will be shouting to your kids that it's going to be OK. There are a few scenes in which I was yelling out loud. As for the story. I'll go to your kids and tell them. I'll tell them it is very good and I'm glad they've seen it. It is indeed a wonderful movie and will be remembered for a long time. It will be a favorite for Disney history. A truly wonderful film and in my opinion, the best movie of this year. I recommend this movie to anyone who has not seen it. It is well worth the money and time. I would have to rate it better if there was a sequel. I don't think it could be done without the music. It adds so much to the plot and was even more fun than the story itself. The music is amazing. I especially loved the music for the flashback scenes. The music really adds the emotion to the film. I really liked the song, "Come On, Ewan". I had never heard that song before but it fit right in. Another song that was absolutely amazing was "Twas The Night Before Christmas", which I have loved in every version of the movie. The score is incredible. It's a good thing that the sound mix is great. With the music and the sound effects, you have a very good time watching the movie. The animation is wonderful and it really captures the essence of Limbo. It's definitely an excellent film and you can't beat the score. It was not as good as the first and I hope the sequels are more thrilling. This is a wonderful film and you will be thoroughly entertained and even more moved by this story. I loved it and so did my kids.


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