The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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[A] pleasant if uninspired adaptation of Noel Streatfeild's children's classic.
Sisters learn value of love, work, and sacrifice.
There are plenty of pleasures in this involving and uplifting tale which the young protagonists aspire to be actors, aviators and ballerinas
While watching 'Ballet Shoes,' I felt like a time machine had transported me to London in the 1930s, then set me in the midst of this wonderful humanistic story.
It's a caloric helping of melodrama, but it's rendered effective by the exceptional performances and observant direction by the vastly talented Sandra Goldbacher.
[A] lovely, honest film about the hopes and dreams of... young women...
Minor film which wastes its time on three uninteresting main characters when the supporting cast is filled with far more worthy people.
Cute little family film. Pretty sweet and a little quirky.
A sweet story about three orphan sisters in the 1930s with great talent who have to fight to survive and work hard to put food on the table and keep a roof over their heads. They learn not to be selfish and put others before themselves. Good movie.
Ballet Shoes - Dreams do come true..
Set in 1930s London, Ballet Shoes tells the exhilarating tale of orphans Pauline, Petrova and Posy Fossil, who are adopted by an eccentric explorer, Gum, and raised as sisters by his selfless niece. The timeless and uplifting story revolves around each girl's struggle to fulfil her dreams: Pauline longs to be an actress, Petrova yearns to be an aviator, and Posy seems born to be a ballerina. But when Gum disappears, the money runs out - and the girls have a fight on their hands. Their struggle to balance personal ambition with the need to survive physically, emotionally, and financially, proves moving and comic by turns..
again not what i was excepting.. i enjoyed this..
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