Reviews by tree64
This movie was more of a comedy than an action movie. The plot was not that great, but some parts were pretty funny. Overall, I did not enjoy the movie as much as I expected to. However, if you are a fan of Taiwanese singer Jay Chou, you should probably watch this movie, since he is one of the main characters, and he is involved in a few fight scenes. This is not ideal for little children, but if you like comedy and humor, this may be a good choice for you.
This book is the first volume in a manga series based on the movie "The Secret World of Arrietty" by Hayao Miyazaki. In some ways, it is similar to "My Neighbor Totoro," as both books talking about a human child discovering a "magical" creature. Although this book is great, I enjoyed Miyazaki's other anime books better, such as "My Neighbor Totoro" and "Kiki's Delivery Service". However, if you are a fan of Hayao Miyazaki, this book is worth your time.
This book is one of my all time favorites. It is the sequel to "I Am Number Four" by Pittacus Lore. This book is filled with action, and there is lots of suspense and anticipation. I can't wait until the third book in the series comes out - it will be a long wait. This book is very well written, and has a great plot. I hope they will make a movie for it as well. I seriously recommend this book to you if you enjoy action and adventure.
Although this book is not as good as the past books in the "Warriors" series, it is still very interesting. Even though some people may feel disappointed that there is no huge battle in the book, do not fear. The Dark Forest battle is in the next and last book of this "Warriors" sub-series. The book has some action, but mainly it just plays a big role in building up the plot in preparation for the writing of the Dark Forest battle. This is a great book, and if you enjoyed the other books in this series, you should read it.
This book is written by John Flanagan, the author of the "Ranger's Apprentice" series. Although the plot may not seem very good at first, it quickly blooms into something that fans of "Ranger's Apprentice" would enjoy. It talks about teenagers and describes their competitions in a program they are competing in. This is a great book for all of those who have read "Ranger's Apprentice," and I highly recommend this new series of John Flanagan's.