Though I'm well disposed toward elliptical spook stories that depend on the audience's imagination for their jolts and effects, it takes art as well as craft to put them across, and Geoffrey Sax's direction of a Niall Johnson script has neither.
This movie is another fun filled adventure from Studio Ghibli and director Hayao Miyazaki.\nFilled with lots of aerial scenes and action, it will not disappoint anyone who loves flying.\nVery funny dialogs and characters will keep everyone smiling.\nA must have for Studio Ghibli fans
The question was never going to be, 'Is Toy Story 3 any good?' ... The question could only be, 'To what degree does Toy Story 3 make you wish you could grab a hold of the wonder that is life and squeeze it as if it were a teddy bear?'
Where to start...My family has been in love with the Toy Story movies since the beginning. The animation is wonderful. Each successive movie goes beyond the imagination in technology. Number 3 has a great storyline which is funny, exciting, sweet, and heartbreaking. If Pixar makes a number 4 to bring all the toys back to Andy it will complete the story. If not, then it is rather upsetting to fans because in movies 1 and 2 and most of 3 the toys are doing anything and everything to get back to Andy where they belong. Just seems wrong to leave them with someone else. Hopefully fans will let Pixar know that the toys belong with Andy regardless of his growing up.
The movie Cars is tried and true...cannot go wrong with this DVD! It is a gift for my grandson who loves this movie. So will make him a happy boy to have his own! With no commercials to run out of it while watching.
\"Cars\" is the story of what happens when a big city race car gets stuck in a small town. Entertaining for children and adults alike. Adults will also have fun spotting the celebrity cameo voices like 'Click & Clack\", Darrel Waltrip, Bob Costas, and many more. And gearheads will appreciate that many of the characters in Cars are modelled after real vehicles like Porshe, VW bus, Jeep, GMC wrecker, Hudson, etc...\n\nUnfortunately the 'deleted scenes' aren't computer generated or even animated, but instead are in 'storyboard' format (i.e. roughly skeched still pictures)\n\nThe Car Finder game is kinda fun. The game plays the movie and you try to find specific cars in a scene. The ones you find you can go back and get brief bios of each. Even the ones that were only on screen a few seconds have names and backstories.\n\nThe picture seems to only be a little better than the DVD version (when the DVD version is upscaled) so if you already own the Cars DVD, you may want to think twice about getting the Blu-ray (or at least wait until the Blu-ray is on sale). If you don't already own it, you have no excuse! :-)
THIS IS BY FAR THE BEST OF QUENTIN'S FILMS -I THINK.\nTHIS IS FULL OF BRILLIANT PERFORMANCES,FROM GRIER TO FORSTER,FONDA AND KEATON,JACKSON AND TUCKER TO DE NIRO.\nWELL CONSTRUCTED STORY LINE THAT ENRAPTURES ONE INTO THE MOVIE...ESP. THE 'SHOPPING AT THE STORE' SEQUENCE.\nCOMES WITH PLENTY OF EXTRAS TOO.
This is the fourth feature that Will Ferrell and writer-director Adam McKay have collaborated on, and once again they deliver laugh-out-loud if ultimately disposable comedy with mixed messages about arrested male development.
We loved this movie. Funny dialogue and smart fun satire at the cop figures and bad guy money moguls. If you love Will F and Mark W, you will love this movie. So glad I didn't let the bad reviews influence my choice.
I ordered this, after buying another Blu-ray disk, that I couldn't use. Checked carefully on the description, and saw nothing about \"Blu-ray\". I received it, and guess what? A BLU-RAY!! Another waste of time and money!