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(478) 5.3 108 min 2019

The Pilgrim's Progress is a movie starring David Thorpe, John Rhys-Davies, and Kristyn Getty. An epic journey, faithfully adapted to modern-day. Christian faces distractions, challenges, and perils at every turn of the way. But ends...

David Thorpe, Tristan Beint, John Rhys-Davies, Kristyn Getty
Animation, Fantasy, Family, Adventure
Robert Fernandez

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Animation, Fantasy, Family, Adventure
Director Robert Fernandez
Writer Robert Fernandez, John Bunyan
Stars David Thorpe, Tristan Beint, John Rhys-Davies, Kristyn Getty
Country USA
Also Known As Le Voyage du Pèlerin, El progreso del peregrino, Pilgrim's Progress
Runtime 1H 48M
Description The epic tale of a pilgrim and his burden, based on John Bunyan's Masterpiece. Christian begins a journey from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City as the ultimate enemy tries everything in his power to distract him from his destination. One of the most popular books of all time is brought to life for the first time to theaters as a feature length, CGI animated movie.

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Wednesday, 03 Jun 2020 22:09

When I saw the previews for "The Pilgrim's Progress", I was excited. After all, Disney's first film of the year was a magical adventure, and I was eager to see what the studio had cooked up next. The film is animated, the writing is great, the characters are likable, the story is fresh, the voice actors are spectacular. It was a big, beautiful, imaginative film. But as the movie progressed, I became more and more uneasy about the film's central message. I mean, does the film say anything about the morality of killing? The answer is no, I don't think so. The film has a pretty clear message, and it's nice that the film doesn't preach. "The Pilgrim's Progress" is a great film. It's about a boy named Pilgrim, who is brought up in a harsh environment and with an unhappy family. He's pretty, he's shy, and he's innocent. But, all is not well in the world, and soon he's in a situation where he must take matters into his own hands and kill the bad guys. He doesn't just kill, he kills the bad guys. A lot of the movie is the decision that he must make. He has to choose whether or not to kill, and what is right or wrong. I was worried that the film would lose it's way, and become preachy. I was pleasantly surprised. The film is very lighthearted, and the message is clear. But, when I went to see the film, I didn't think that the message would be quite so clear. I was hoping that the film would have some sort of moral. But, when the film came out, I found that the message was clear, and I liked it. It's a good film, and I recommend it. I would definitely recommend it to a lot of people. But, I would also recommend that they go and see "The Emperor's New Groove". That's a much more mature film that explores a moral of killing. "The Emperor's New Groove" is also much more intelligent than "The Pilgrim's Progress".
Tuesday, 26 May 2020 19:47

I'm going to start with a question: why do Pixar movies always seem to be called "Pixar" movies? Pixar is not a studio, it's a product. It's a commercial product, and that's what it is, because it's based on a series of animated shorts produced by a Japanese studio called Pixar Animation Studios. This film is called "The Pilgrim's Progress," and it's also known as "Pixar's Most Powerful Animated Film." I first saw the movie at a screening in New York City in 2006. I was lucky enough to see it in 3D. It was just like the animation of the original "Toy Story," but it was so much more intense. The "Pixar" in "Pilgrim's Progress" means "motion." It means you can feel the energy of the animation, the emotions, and the passion of the people involved in the making of this movie. So it's not just a commercial product, but it's also a commercial product that gets you really into it. I was really impressed with the animation and the story, but the best part of the movie is the characters. You can tell that this movie is about the human spirit and the meaning of being human, and about the importance of friendship and the meaning of family. The characters are really interesting. They are real, and they're so real, you can really feel them. The movie starts out with the Pilgrim, a young boy who lives in a tower with his grandparents. He has a whole lot of problems, but he has a bright future ahead of him. He's very bright, but he doesn't really know what he wants to do with his life. One day, a stranger comes to his tower and offers him a job. This stranger is Peter, a very big, powerful, and beautiful man. He tells the boy he has a job to do, and he can come with him to the West, where he has to help build a bridge between the mountains. The boy goes to the North Pole, and Peter shows him the land he is going to build. The boy is so excited to be able to live in a new land. The story line is very interesting. I think the director used a lot of the same things that were in the original "Toy Story," but he also added some things that were very unique to the story. He brought some new things in to the story, like the concept of "happiness." The story
Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 05:27

Pilgrim's Progress (2009) is the first Disney animated feature from the company that has a less than stellar rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The film is, as with most of the company's animated films, also one of the better ones from the studio. The story is pretty good and the characters are all well-developed. The film has a sort of universal theme that is pretty universal, and the way the film tackles the theme is done really well. The film deals with the Christian faith in a very engaging way and the film does a pretty good job of showing the similarities between the religion and the modern religion. The film doesn't shy away from religion in general, but it does so in a way that is good and that doesn't make it feel like it's trying to make a point. The animation in the film is also a good job, with the film looking really nice. The film is a very good animated feature, but it's not without its flaws. The film isn't always on par with the likes of Frozen, which is a great film, but it's not always a great film. The film also suffers from pacing issues that are very noticeable and the film is also very very very long. The film is definitely a solid animated film that is very engaging and the film manages to do a good job of being a great family film. The film does have its flaws, but it does have its strengths. The film does have a good amount of good things, but it does have its flaws. The film is a very good film that is a decent family film that isn't always a great film.

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