Poor Bibi - due to her bad marks in maths she has to spend the whole summer in the boarding school of Altenberg to scrape through a series of exams - otherwise she'd stay down in school... See full synopsis »
Sidonie von Krosigk,
Marie Luise Stahl,
The story of a young Viking boy who accompanies his father, the chief of their village, and his men on their adventures -- and often is the person who uses his wit and instincts to help the men in their times of need.
Sprotte is about 12 years old and has a "gang" with her three friends Frieda, Melanie and Trude. Together the girls take Care of Sprottes grandmothers chickens. The new girl in School, ... See full summary »
Michelle von Treuberg,
Viking village Flake's chief Halvar orders clever, tiny son Wickie to rob a knights convoy. The warriors have to take over but fail to see Wicki being abducted with a cargo of Eskimo slaves... See full summary »
The Wild Bunch junior soccer team wants to play against the national team, but rules stipulate they can't unless their playing field can provide emergency exits, bathroom facilities, dressing rooms, grand stand seating and security for handling hooligans. Leon leads the team to Maxi's father's bank to negotiate the $5000 deal for these improvements. Per the deal they strike, if the Wild Bunch loses in the qualifying game, they agree to dissolve their gang, surrender their playing field, and become Christmas ornament craftsmen; but, if they win, Maxi's father must join the WIld Bunch and attend all their games. The real worry starts, though, when ace player Vanessa is subsequently lured away by personal attentions from the silky, dreadlocks-adorned leader of a rival skateboarding gang. Written by
This wild guys sequel is just as much nonsense as the first film and the three next movies. A prime example of what a movie should not be. Rufus Beck and Cornelia Froboess did good in not returning and I wonder what the German Film Academy was thinking when they nominated this piece of crap for Best Children's film a second time??? It came out 1.5 years after the first and the only known cast member really is Uwe Ochsenknecht who is probably only in it because his kids are. The director and writer is Joachim Masannek again and his sons are back as are most of the other child actors.
i have to say Uwe Ochsenknecht has a scene here and there where he put a smile on my lips, but his sons are just useless in terms of acting and would never have a career without their established father pulling the right strings. Here the enemy is a pale vampire guy (long before the Twilight hype) who looks like a young retarded Jack Sparrow and that the female main character is interested in. Of course, she is. In the end an evil witch is brought to life and she may have been the biggest wtf-moment in the entire series. The way she is depicted is plain horrible and it was so random as nothing before indicted any kind of supernatural characters in these films. Cringeworthy beyond belief. As is the music. Bananafishbones suck so much here and in the other films. Especially their closing credit songs are rubbish. The idea of making and using songs that depict the mood of the characters is a good one, but the execution was a complete mess. The same can be said for pretty much all other aspects of these films, especially the whole rambling about being wild. The plot deals with finding out who your real friends are, but the whole script is not worth the paper it was written on. And why is the smaller Ochsenknecht son suddenly the love interest of Gries' character? In the first film, it was still somebody else who randomly disappeared. Do yourself a favor and stay away. Oh wait, the best thing about this film? It's the shortest of the five, does not even run for 80 minutes (not counting the credits), so the torture ends soon.
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