A Dog Year

A Dog Year

Jon Katz is close to burnout. He's a writer with writer's block; his wife has left for her sister's because he's emotionally distant; he rarely answers his phone. A kennel sends him a border collie that's undisciplined because of abuse. Despite a series of mishaps, Jon decides to keep trying with the dog, and he rents a dilapidated farm house to give the dog room to run. A local handyman refers Jon to a woman who might be able to help him train the dog. Reluctantly, Jon gives her a try. Is the dog the problem, or the owner?

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A Dog Year torrent reviews

Idris K (nl) wrote: This film succeeds surprisingly well at scaring me. But the funny thing is that it is the most scary when it isn't actively trying to scare you. The atmosphere is tense and it really gets under your skin from time to time.

Mel Z (kr) wrote: I gave it 20 minutes before switching it off, nothing had me intrigued to continue watching. Definately don't intend on trying to watch it again.

scott j (de) wrote: People who don't know anything about editing would say this movie is bad. But given what tony pulled off in this movie as a world top visual film director, I'd say This movie is great. Of course if you didn't have fun time it's ok. I must say that it's story and plot aren't the most well made one . It's just sad that Tony's work is too sophisticated for those people

Stephanie G (br) wrote: En serio esta es la mejor pelcula mexicana? Con razn todos los buenos cineastas se largan a hacer cosas totalmente diferentes, incluyendo a Irritu que ya se dej de las historias enlazadas, aunque "21 grams" y "Babel" s son muy buenas. Lo que encontr ms triste es que hay demasiada gente que se comporta igualito que el perro de Octavio.

Terri H (kr) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested

Justin B (us) wrote: It's goofier but perhaps more memorable than the first.

David W (de) wrote: Wall Street manages to have great acting and a good look on Wall Street in the 80s, as how corporate greed is good.

Terry W (br) wrote: Might be worth one look

Jon T (ag) wrote: Fun and exciting action film. It's got some cool sequences and stunts and doesn't get bogged down in an awful story.

Samantha B (ca) wrote: A hilariously good bad old movie!

Daniel P (de) wrote: It really hurts to watch this movie. One of Fassbinder's most emotionally brutal, and also one of his most pretentious. I don't think I'll ever want to see it again, despite the amazing acting, beautiful cinematography, and fascinating use of music.

Indi V (kr) wrote: for 2 hours, we are treated to constant scenes of depravity and every nasty act imaginable. This isn't why the film is bad. The film is bad because none of it has any point. The film doesn't really go anywhere and most of the time we are left asking what's the point? why are we watching this? Sadly, an answer to that last question seems yet to be found.

Nelson P (ru) wrote: Through "Sands of Iwo Jima," we learn about the rough context of war; either kill or be killed. John Wayne flawlessly portrays John Striker a killing machine with a heart of gold. It has some really great battle scenes for its time and definitely gave Spielberg inspiration for Saving Private Ryan.

Craig F (jp) wrote: Olyphant is good, and though Kurylenko and Scott come close, but nothing else about the movie lives up to Olyphant's performance. The direction is bad, rushing an already thin plot and utilizing a tell, don't show approach. It was better when I was younger and although it remains an alright adaption will excellently filmed action, the story provides nothing more than empty entertainment. "I brought you breakfast." It's one of those movies that's worth watching whenever it's on television but nowhere else.

Raymond C (kr) wrote: Bill Murray? What can I say?

ken k (ag) wrote: This story in the hands of better film makers probably could have worked. Nothing worse than cheap effects shown briefly in quick flashes of light and choppy editing. Obviously trying to hide cheap Halloween effects to make them seem less phony. I'll bet they had some laughs in the editing room with this one. Time waster!

Michael R (nl) wrote: Great Horror Movie...

Brandon W (ru) wrote: Snowtown, or The Snowtown Murders, is the directorial debut of Justin Kurzel, and it stars Daniel Henshall as John Bunting, the dangerous serial killer in Australia, and Lucas Pittaway in a biographical crime film about a boy who's getting abused by family and a boyfriend of his mother's, and when the mother realized what happened to the family because of the boyfriend, she got help from people where she was introduced to John Bunting, whom he despises people who abuse other people, and Jamie (Lucas Pittaway) is starting to appreciate and question John's view of some people. This has been on my Netflix for so long, that when I'm noticing the director's work with films, including Assassin's Creed, and watch the trailer for this recently, I was interested to see what it's about. Turns out I wasn't expecting the film to be the most depressing film that I've seen in years, or one of the most ever, and I actually enjoyed it very much. The acting is great that I didn't until after watching the film that almost all the actors in it never actually have acting experience, and it made it feel real. The cinematography made it feel like it was a documentary, like it was something that people shouldn't see cause it looked like something that's happening in real-life time. The characters are very memorable that with the actions they've done, make it hard to forget about them. The writing by Shaun Grant, along with some story elements from the same writer and Justin Kurzel himself, understands a lot about their moral views, and it manages to keep itself interesting despite having a slow and bleak pacing. The score by Jed Kurzel is pretty chilling to listen, especially when it does the electronic music which is rare to hear that type of music be creepy. This movie is not for anyone as it's depressing to watch, it's slow, although not too slow for me to find boring, and some of disturbing stuff can be a bit too much for some viewers, but for the people who don't mind this type of film, Snowtown is quite something to watch, and I'm curious to see more of the director's work.