Buster is an aspiring magician battling his status as a geek. Making things more difficult is his small size. This movie chronicles Buster's unique way of dealing with bullies, school, his ... See full summary »
Mads Bugge Andersen,
A weak, dyslexic boy is bullied in school. His Tarzan obsessed dad calls him Rubber Tarzan. He makes a friend in crane driver Ole, who tells him: There's always something, you're good at. You just have to know, what it is.
The cute little jungle creature Hugo is one of his kind. Wanted by a millionaires wife as a pet, he travels to Copenhagen. Here he meets the street fox Rita. Together they try to avoid all ... See full summary »
Flemming Quist Møller
The tween, Mads, finds it hard to fit in. Having feelings for a girl in class and a clumsy farther who is a teacher at his school doesn't help. By an uforseen chance of events, Mads becomes somewhat of a hero, but will he win the girl?
Samson is a young whale that doesn't have friends. He spends his time listening to his mother's stories about the legendary whale Moby Dick. Samson becomes fascinated about it and decides to go on a journey to find Moby Dick.
Three children accidentally get turned into fish after drinking a potion made by an eccentric scientist. The kids end up in the sea, with one problem. They must find and drink the antidote within 48 hours, or forever remain as fish.
In a story based freely on Norse mythology, brother and sister Tjalfe and Røskva are paid a surprise visit by gods Thor and Loke. After the children disobey his orders, Thor takes them along with him to Asgaard, the land of gods. After quarreling with Loke, the children follow their own path, accompanied by strange creature Quark, and their adventure takes them to Odin, king of gods, to a playful forest and to the land of the giants.Written by
Peter Brandt Nielsen
Highly recommended for those interested in Nordic mythology properly presented to a wider audience.
What a wonderful find, came here after following the cue on Myrkur's song "Jeg er Guden, I er Tjenerne".
And as opposed to what the bad reviews say I have not seen this movie as a child (this is the first time ever) and I am not Danish either (unfortunately, although it is great for learning, look for versions with English subtitles).
Those that gave a bad review to this are just expecting a Hollywood expendable series of Marvel/Thor/Avengers movie nonsense with endless special effects, action faster than any human eye can follow, no plot and the all too commonplace political correctness extremism (read witch hunt) of our dumbified herd society.
Have fun watching this movie with the perspective of going on an adventure as an adult or as a child (or both).
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