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Ver Here Comes the Grump

Here Comes the Grump is a movie starring Toby Kebbell, Lily Collins, and Keith Wickham. Balloon kingdoms, dopey police dragons and happy wizards are exactly how Terry remembered his Grandmother's wacky fairy tales. Except they are...

Genres
Fantasy, Animation, Comedy, Adventure, Family
Director
Andrés Couturier
Starring
Toby Kebbell, Lily Collins, David Holt, Keith Wickham

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Product details

Genres Fantasy, Animation, Comedy, Adventure, Family
Director Andrés Couturier
Writer Jim Hecht, Ricardo Hernández Durón, Alicia Núñez Puerto
Stars Toby Kebbell, Lily Collins, David Holt, Keith Wickham
Country UK, Mexico, USA
Also Known As È arrivato il Broncio, Ο Γκρινιάρης, Teris ir uzburta ausros karalyste, Phù Thủy Grump và Vương Quốc Sắc Màu, Der Grump - Vorsicht, zorniger Zauberer!, Īgņas valstība, Vigyázz, kész, Morc!, Sihirbazın Balonları, Le Royaume de Dawn, Vigyázz, kész, morc!, Hinne ba ha'Grump, Ahí viene Cascarrabias, A Wizard's Tale
Runtime 1 h 37 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A WIZARD'S TALE is a magical family adventure story that sees a young kid named Terry (Toby Kebbell) whisked away to the colorful Kingdom of Groovynham. The evil wizard Grump (Ian McShane) has cast a spell of gloom over the land and as such, smiling and laughter are now a thing of the past. Terry must travel the Kingdom in search of a spell that will help get everyone's happy back and along the way help Princess Dawn (Lily Collins), outwit all manner of strange and wonderful creatures, and try an embrace a little thing called "change".

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Friday, 19 Jun 2020 02:35

It is really the perfect film to accompany the success of Saturday Night Fever, but at the same time is something completely different. After seeing it I just couldn't get the last scene out of my head, and I still think about it now. When we first see Mike Eiffel we are wondering what is the purpose of the factory. It's all he knows, and he lives like one of the factory workers. The factory is a group of men who all enjoy watching the others live their lives. When it comes to watching the factory you don't have to do anything. You just sit and watch them living their lives, it's fun and makes you happy. The people working at the factory enjoy watching people living their lives, but they do so because it's their way of making money. There is no more life there, it's just an endless factory, and you can go there and work as much as you want. All of the people are living the same way, with the exception of the man who owns the factory, and is a slave to his work. The man is the only one that makes money, and is happy. He is in fact the most boring one in the factory, and doesn't really have anything to do. He's simply happy with watching people's lives, and spending his time watching. The factory is the one place where you can just relax and watch people live their lives. There are no more people around and no more working machines, the people are just having fun. I do believe that this movie has something to say about slavery and domination. I don't think that slavery has anything to do with it, it is merely a part of the life of the factory, but it does matter. At the end of the movie we see the slave being released from the factory and is wandering the streets. He sees a little boy playing in a park, and realizes that the boy's mother is no longer there. He tries to get his attention, and sees that the boy doesn't have his mother's nose. He tells the boy that he is his mother's and that he loves him and he doesn't want to see his mother. The slave takes the boy into the streets and starts playing with him, and the boy asks the boy's mother if he is his son. The mother says yes, but the slave is still confused. The boy's mother says that the boy doesn't have a mother, and the slave tells the boy that he is his father. The slave takes the boy in and he is happy, and tells him about the factories life and how it is fun. He says that the slaves have fun in their life and they don't have to do anything. The slave tells the boy that his mother is gone, but he is still alive. The slave puts the boy on his back and they walk together towards the exit of the factory. The boy says that he can't go, but the slave tells him that he can go. The slave says to the boy that he will be his father and that he will bring him to the other
Thursday, 28 May 2020 10:24

I've seen this movie at least twice a month for the last 10 years and every time I see it I laugh out loud. I do have to ask my parents, "Am I supposed to laugh at this?" Most of the time they tell me that they don't find it funny. So maybe they don't really find it funny, but that's OK. They don't know me very well, but they know I love this movie. I think the reason that most of us don't like this movie is because we are too young to understand the humor in this film. Adults, however, probably will love this movie. We think of it as a "family film" and that's why it's a family film. I also think that, if it weren't for the adult humor, it would be very immature. We don't think of it as a "Family Film" because it's not meant to be. It's just a comedy. It's not meant to be an action movie. But it is meant to be a comedy. So it would be very childish to think of it as being an action movie, or even a serious movie, if you don't understand the humor. But for all of us, this movie is just really good. It has all the things that make us laugh. It has the best comedy in the world, of course. It has great music, good actors, great animation, great graphics. But the humor is very original, and the main character is very funny. The ending is awesome. Overall, this movie is a great family film. It's a perfect family film, and I have to say that if I was a teenager or teenager today, I would also like this film. So if you don't have children, it's OK. It's OK. But if you do, it's great.


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