January 14, 2012
2011, Animated Movies, bitshare, crocko, depositfile, filefactory, filejungle, filepost, fileserve, filesonic, freakshare, megashares, megaupload, netload, turbobit, Ul, uploading, uploadstation
Private tells Marlene, Mason, and Phil of a past encounter that he and the other penguins had had with the evil dolphin Dr. Blowhole, but Marlene does not believe his tale. He tries to then show her a file on the mission, but is stopped by Skipper initially before Marlene begins to look at the documents and is unimpressed by them. Julien then comes by, telling everybody that he “is” to be a spy. Soon after, the zoo opens for the day and the animals disperse to their respective habitats.
Mort is soon seen to be bound by seaweed, and Julien is seen being taken away by an unknown creature; it is soon revealed that Dr. Blowhole had been spying on the penguins, and he appears to the penguins on their TV, informing them that he had captured Skipper’s “best friend,” Julien, and that he will “sleep with the fishes” if they try to interfere with his plans.
Skipper then insists that he is not best friends with Julien, but that rescuing the lemur is in order, as such is “the penguin way.”
The penguins soon determine the location of Dr. Blowhole’s lair, Coney Island, and set off for it in the air using soda bottle jet packs. Before they arrive, Julien begins sucking-up to Dr. Blowhole, suggesting that they can work together, and when the penguins do arrive, they are soon captured.
Dr. Blowhole then reveals to them his plan to use a sinister device to melt ice in the North Pole in order to flood the Earth as a form of payback to the humans who had made him perform tricks through a ring of fire. Skipper vows to stop him, but Dr. Blowhole reveals that he has an army of lobsters that will fight against Skipper and his men. Eventually, Dr. Blowhole’s “Ring of Fire” is activated, and Kowalski inadvertently keeps turning up its heat output whilst trying to deactivate it.
Julien then reveals to the penguins and Dr. Blowhole that he is a double agent – “a good guy spy” – and proceeds to press the correct button to turn off Dr. Blowhole’s contraption. Defeated, Dr. Blowhole escapes the lair inside of a giant bubble, swearing further revenge in the future. Once the group gets back to the zoo, Julien tells Marlene of the mission, but she still thinks that it is far-fetched and does not believe it. Skipper then makes Julien an “honorary penguin” for his efforts during the mission.
January 14, 2012
1986, cartoon series, filejungle, filepost, fileserve, filesonic, rapidshare, Ul
Wal Footrot (John Clarke) and Cooch Windgrass (Peter Hayden) are shearing sheep on Wal’s farm. Cheeky Hobson (Fiona Samuel), Wal’s girlfriend, is driving on the highway when she is driven off the road by the Murphy brothers, Spit (Brian Sergent) and Hunk (Marshall Napier), flying in a helicopter.
The Murphys then terrorise Wal’s property, leaving Dog (Peter Rowley) to drown in a sheep pit. As he is in the water, he has a flashback of when he was a little pup: how he was united with Wal for the first time, a gift from Aunt Dolly (Dorothy McKegg), and how he met Jess, who was nearly drowned by Spit and Hunk. Soon, Wal wakes Dog and Cooch and the dogs manage to foil the Murphys, who were in the process of capturing Cooch’s deer.
Later, Wal finds Rangi Jones (Rawiri Paratene) and Pongo Footrot (Fiona Samuel) playing catch with a rugby ball, and so he joins in to coach them.
After a while, Rangi and Pongo tell Wal about an All Blacks selector coming to watch an upcoming rugby match, and Wal daydreams about being an All Black.
Over the next few days, Wal works out and goes on a date with Cheeky. Wal takes her to a caravan restaurant selling fast food, run by Pawai (Billy T. James). Dog bursts in on them, thinking that Cheeky is trying to poison Wal, but ends up ruining the dinner after Cheeky vows never to see Wal ever again.
January 10, 2012
2012, Animated Movies, bitshare, bulletupload, crocko, filejungle, filepost, filesonic, megashares, megaupload, netload, oron, sendmyway, turbobit, Ul, uploadhere, uploadking, uploadstation, X7
In the Great Hall, Hiccup and his fellow dragon trainers greet you as a new recruit. To get you started, the teen vikings and Gobber the Belch introduce you to their primary reference guide, The Book of Dragons. Together, you are taken on a tour of the amazing variety of dragon breeds as the young heroes add their new discoveries about handling them.
Along the way, you follow the misadventures of the original author, Bork the Very, Very Unfortunate, who was fated to research his book the hard way.
January 7, 2012
2011, Animated Movies, bitshare, crocko, depositfile, filefactory, filejungle, filepost, fileserve, freakshare, megashares, megaupload, netload, Ul, uploading, uploadstation, X7
The story is about the Gruffalo’s daughter who, despite her father’s stories, sets off into the woods to discover the ‘big bad mouse’, which is the only thing her father is afraid of.
Throughout her journey, she encounters the snake, the owl, and the fox from The Gruffalo, each of whom tell her where she can find the big bad mouse.
Eventually, believing she has been tricked, she gives up, saying that she doesn’t believe in the ‘big bad mouse’. When it finally appears, she realises it isn’t big and bad as her father described.
In order to avoid being eaten, the mouse invites the Gruffalo’s daughter to meet the big bad mouse. It then tricks the Gruffalo’s daughter by standing on a tree branch to use the moonlight to enlarge its shadow.
The Gruffalo’s daughter flees, believing the shadow to belong to the real ‘big bad mouse’.