Cloud Zombies's Film Cupboard - The Talking Parcel, Wasting Away, Rush Hour

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Welcome to the next instalment of Cloud Zombie's Film Cupboard.
The Talking Parcel
A wrapped parcel is seen floating on the sea (Song: "Mooncarrot Pie") towards a shore where a young girl, Penelope (Lisa Norris) is playing. Unwrapping it, she discovers The Parrot (Freddie Jones) who enlists her to return with him to Mythologia to rescue its rightful ruler, the wizard H. H. Junketberry (Edward Kelsey) from the dungeons of the Chief Cockatrice (Windsor Davis) and his minions.- IMDB
This is incredibly cute and reminds me of the BFG animation.
This is a film that my partners parents showed them as children because they love it so much as children.
The Talking Parcel is a fantasy adventure story that would appeal to all childrens imaginations on a deep level. Talking Parrots, flying trains, wizards and deaf sea monsters all have a part to play in the adventure. I found this to be great fun and I would watch it again, the animation has aged somewhat but does not spoil the viewing.
I give this film 9/10
Wasting Away
Turning the zombie film on its head, this film is an oddball comedy from the perspective of the brain munching monsters themselves. - IMDB
If you do read my blog to will know I have an unusual love for zombie films and zombies in general. This is something a little different to most zombie films and probably pathed the way for 'Warm Bodies' (well after Bub of course).
This film has a fun story line and is enjoyable to the last scene. It's nice to have a zombie film that actually entertains because there has been a lot of crap of late.
I give this film 10/10
Rush Hour
Cultures clash and tempers flares as the two cops named Detective Inspector Lee a Hong Kong Detective and Detective James Carter FBI, a big-mouthed work-alone Los Angeles cop who are from different worlds discovers one thing in common: they can't stand each other. With time running out, they must join forces to catch the criminals and save the eleven-year-old Chinese girl of the Chinese consul named Soo Yung. - IMDB
These films are a not brainer with me, I have always loved them and Jackie is one of my faverourite martical artists.
Jackie and Chris work really well together throughout the whole film, this is one of the top buddu movies that is always enjoyable to watch.
I give this film 10/10
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