Playmobil: The Secret Of Pirate Island

Synopsis: Ahoy, matey! Your favorite Playmobil toys have come to life for the very first time, in an all-new swashbuckling adventure and you're invited to join them!
Genre: Animation, Family
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
 
IMDB:
7.0
NOT RATED
Year:
2009
134 min
95 Views

Are We there yet?

Are We there yet?

Are We there yet?

-Dad.

-Yeah?

He does this every time

We go on a trip.

-What?

-Tries to annoy me.

I Was just asking a question.

The same question over and over.

Hey, remember the song

Gram taught us?

I do.

Dad.

-Oh, there you are.

-Hello, Amelia.

-Hey, Mom. Hey, Dad.

-Hey, Mom. Hey, Gramps.

Mary, Tom. HoW are you?

Oh, it's so nice to see you.

-So hoW Was the drive?

-Great.

We sang your song.

You call that singing?

Mom and Dad liked it.

Mom and Dad Were being polite.

Like When they say you're Witty?

Amelia is very Witty.

So, What are you kids up for?

Let's go exploring.

The boy's got spirit.

The boy's a loose cannon.

That's because he acts

before he thinks.

Hey, I'm only 7.

So Where should We play?

HoW about up in the attic?

-No Way.

-Amelia's afraid of heights.

It's dusty up there.

-They could go explore outside.

-Yeah.

Let's climb trees.

Oh, I forgot.

Amelia's afraid of heights.

Maybe you could help her

overcome her fear.

And, Amelia, you could teach Jack

not to just barrel into things.

Whatever you decide, be careful.

And, Jack. Listen to your sister.

-That Will be a first.

-Come on.

No.

No.

-Tom.

-They're ready, Mary.

I Was even younger.

They'll be fine, dear.

Look at all this stuff.

Must have taken years to collect.

Check this out.

I am all-poWerful.

Well, I'm a magical princess.

You Will obey my commands.

-Oh, yeah?

-Yeah.

And if you don't,

I'll sic a nasty mummy after you.

Bring him on.

Because I'm a big, bad...

...voodoo daddy.

Jack.

Amelia, look.

-Come on.

-Jack.

It's a schooner.

You can tell by the tWo masts.

Jack, We have to go back.

Schooners are really fast ships.

They Were usually sailed by--

Pirates.

Is me sWeet sailing vessel shipshape

and seaWorthy?

Come on, We gotta hide.

Quick, in that barrel.

Gaptooth, has me beauty

been scraped and cleaned?

Clean as a Whistle, captain.

Scrape it clean, Washing machine.

Cookie, did you replace

that Worn-out plank?

All set, captain.

Plumpy tank gonna break the plank.

Bring me cracker barrel aboard.

Yummy crackers.

Settle doWn there, Sea Biscuit.

What do they make

these crackers out of?

Lead flour?

Deck sWabbed, supplies loaded

and battened doWn, sir.

Excellent, me hearty.

Hey.

Buckethead.

Blasted bilge rat, Where are you?

Yes, sir.

Weigh anchor, and set sail.

Yes, sir.

Bird brain. Bird brain.

NoW, noW, Sea Biscuit.

We ain't all born

With natural smarts.

Sails patched and riggings tight.

Hoist the Jolly Roger.

Aye, aye, captain.

Heave-ho, mateys.

Hard biscuits packed, and I just

Whipped up a batch of your favourite.

Don't mind if I do.

Yummy cookies, yummy cookies.

Blasted bird, quit your squaWking.

Those cookies sure smell good.

Why don't you ask the captain

if you can have one?

Okay.

There ain't nothing

like sailing the high seas.

Sea Biscuit Want a cracker.

Maybe this Wasn't such a good idea.

Gee, you think?

You didn't have to folloW me.

Dad told me to do What you said.

Nice birdie.

Monkeys in the barrel.

Quiet, bird. Let me enjoy the vieW.

Kids cracking the crackers.

StoWaWays sitting on our stash.

What? StoWaWays?

In me cracker barrel?

Scurvy dogs.

After them.

Amelia, this Way.

I can't.

On second thought....

Look. There's something out there.

It's big.

It's scary.

We've gotta Warn the pirates.

If they catch us,

We'll be chopped like a salad.

If We don't,

We'll be sleeping With the fish.

Hey, pirates.

Look. In the Water.

Ahoy. Thar she bloWs.

WoW, What a beauty.

-Fire.

-No.

I just patched that sail.

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