A Dog of Flanders
Poor but happy, young Nello and his grandfather live alone, delivering milk as a livelihood, in the outskirts of Antwerp, a city in Flanders (the Flemish or Dutch-speaking part of modern-day Belgium). They discover a beaten dog (a Bouvier, a large sturdy dog native to Flanders) and adopt it and nurse it back to health, naming it Patrasche, the middle name of Nello's mother Mary, who died when Nello was very young. Nello's mother was a talented artist, and like his mother, he delights in drawing, and his friend Aloise is his model and greatest fan and supporter.
- Stars:Jack Warden, Jeremy James Kissner, Jesse James, Jon Voight, Cheryl Ladd, Bruce McGill, Steven Hartley, Andrew Bicknell, Farren Monét, Antje de Boeck, Madylin Sweeten, Deborah Pollitt, James Garde, Dirk Lavryssen, Michel Vanderlinden,
- Director:Kevin Brodie,
- Writer:Ouida (story), Kevin Brodie (screenplay), Robert Singer (screenplay)
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A Dog of Flanders torrent reviews
(it) wrote: What starts as a seemingly normal rock n roll biopic about the all female rock band the runaways, the final act really lets the whole film down. We see the band members form and get a record deal and tour. Eventually the rock n roll lifestyle takes a toll and eventually splits the band up. Some fairly good performances and acting that is subsequently let down by the choppy story and lack of character development. The film tends to jump to certain parts of the bands history far too quick without much explanation. A film with promise that is unfortunately let down by the second half.
(fr) wrote: A good concert of the Stones shot by Martin Scorsese. It's entertaining but it remains a concert nothing less but nothing more.
(it) wrote: Amazing. Great performance sand atmosphere. Darky, gritty, don't miss it.
(ag) wrote: Low budget vampire flick. Ken Foree and Sid Haig reunited again. Some interesting scenes.
(jp) wrote: Subtle but memorable heads-up to the plight of Hasidic women.
(jp) wrote: dats d last movie i saw it was soooooo nice i lyk d way dey sing nd dance woow
(au) wrote: Entertaining; great leit motif, also.
(gb) wrote: Oliver reed is great in this movie as an out of control priest who ends up getting burnt alive and his city gets destroyed
(it) wrote: It was decent except ending.
(jp) wrote: Not good enough to comment on this masterpiece.