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Watch La tortue rouge

(28366) 7.5 80 min 2016

La tortue rouge is a movie starring Emmanuel Garijo, Tom Hudson, and Baptiste Goy. A man is shipwrecked on a deserted island and encounters a red turtle, which changes his life.

Starring
Baptiste Goy, Axel Devillers, Tom Hudson, Emmanuel Garijo
Genres
Family, Animation, Fantasy
Director
Michael Dudok de Wit

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Family, Animation, Fantasy
Director Michael Dudok de Wit
Writer Michael Dudok de Wit, Pascale Ferran, Michael Dudok de Wit
Stars Baptiste Goy, Axel Devillers, Tom Hudson, Emmanuel Garijo
Country Poland, Hungary, Germany, USA, Thailand, France, Italy, UK, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, China, Japan
Also Known As Kırmızı Kaplumbağa, 紅烏龜:小島物語, レッドタートル ある島の物語, Crvena kornjača, Testoasa rosie, Raudonas vezlys, I Kokkini Chelona, A tartaruga vermelha, Ha'tzav ha'addom, Czerwony żółw, The Red Turtle, La Tortue rouge, Η κόκκινη χελώνα, Punane kilpkonn, A Tartaruga Vermelha, La tortuga roja, Die Rote Schildkröte, Rdeča želva, A vörös teknős, Die rote Schildkröte, La tartaruga rossa
Runtime 1H 20M
Description A nameless man set adrift by a storm wakes up on a deserted island, which he discovers is rich in resources. He finds fresh fruit and water, as well as a variety of small animals and a dense bamboo forest, and prepares to leave the island. He builds a raft from bamboo and attempts to sail away. However, an unseen sea creature destroys the raft, forcing him back to the island. He tries again with another, larger raft, but is again foiled by the sea creature. A third attempt again ends with the raft destroyed, but this time he finds a giant red turtle facing him in the water. The turtle does not harm him, and he retreats to the island..

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Saturday, 16 May 2020 20:37

It's not hard to understand why the two films I mentioned are polar opposites: The former is about a young girl who feels like a fairy tale, the latter is about a struggling artist. While that may be true, there's a good reason why they are polar opposites: Pixar is one of the few animation companies to have consistently delivered quality films for children over the past few years, but they've done so without the benefit of the Pixar magic. Pixar's newest film, WALL-E, is the company's first film for the young audience, and it's a big step in the right direction. It's a fantastic film with some great visuals, a wonderful cast, and a highly enjoyable story. While WALL-E is a classic, it's still the rare film that has a story and a story that keeps you interested for the entire running time. This is a film that you can see multiple times, and you'll never forget it. And while it's not a movie for children, it's one that's sure to keep older viewers entertained. WALL-E has a story that's very much in line with Pixar's standard: a young boy who doesn't want to be a good boy, but a girl who wants to be a good girl. But instead of being a villain, he's a hero. And while he's an orphan, he's not on the run from a greedy villain. He's living a sheltered life, where he has many advantages over the other children, but he doesn't know it. He's just a kid. This is the core of the film, and while it may be a bit cliche, it's very interesting and makes for a great story. The story isn't the strongest part of WALL-E, as it takes a backseat to other parts of the film. It focuses more on the little creatures living in the underground of Wall-E's home, and they're a delight to watch. While some of them are more animated than others, the characters all feel like they've had the time of their lives, and they all have a chance to shine. Even the special effects are great. The best part of WALL-E is that it's a complete package: a story, a story that gets you interested in it, a story that's not going to give you a heart attack, and a story that's not going to give you an easy "go home" moment. But if that's not what you're looking for, this isn't the film for you. WALL-E has great visuals, a great cast, a great story, and a


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