Her daughter Florence gives Mrs. Deville bull-terrier Baxter as a surprise present. Although she's afraid of him, she doesn't want to give him away because she feels lonely. But Baxter has ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A white Bull Terrier named Baxter is given to an elderly woman by her daughter. As time passes, the dog develops aggressive and murderous behavior in order to be adopted by another family.
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Mahesh P (us) wrote: Amazing story, spectacular music and breathtaking performances from the cast, especially Ritesh Deshmukh, who is acting as a character who is completely opposite of the norm he has set for himself. Mohit Suri truly is one of the best directors in the world, finally proving that he doesn't need Emraan Hashmi to be successful.
Matt C (mx) wrote: This was a truly charming indie. I watched this on Netflix due to its premise, and it's the terrific acting, directing, and tone that kept me entranced throughout. While the third act is a bit jarring because of its difference from the rest of the film, this is an auspicious and hypnotic directorial debut bolstered by amazing performances across the board.
Luke C (ca) wrote: What are you expecting watching "Couples Retreat"? It's inevitable, cliched and boring but I kinda had fun watching this movie I find it comforting and relaxing, also the characters are like able the chemistry that the actors have with one another is good. Dave (Vince Vaughn who also wrote the script) and Ronnie (Malin Akerman), Jason (Jason Bateman) and Cynthia (Kirsten Bell) and Joey (Jon Favreau who also wrote the script) and Lucy (Kirstin Davis) including Shane (Faizon Love) and his young girlfriend Trudy (Kali Hawk). The group use to include Shane and Jennifer but their divorced she's gone. Jason and Cynthia's marriage is in trouble, their deciding whether they want to get divorced or not as they explain in their Powerpoint presentation as they explain to their friends. The only reason they wanted their friends to go was because an order to come with them an order to get the "group rate" package, the only one they can afford. So the friends go on the trip, and they learn many things about each other that they didn't know before like Dave and Ronnie think their marriage is "something to work through." Joey and Lucy can't even stand looking at each other, so Joey thinks about cheating on her. Shane and Trudy are having trouble relating to each other to their age difference. What really bugs me about this movie is the script is written by Favreau and Vaughn also Dana Fox, two actors who are funny and talented yet this movie isn't all that funny I don't know what was happening when they were writing that script. But overall I enjoyed this movie despite it's lazy, cliched, but the dialogue that the two comedic star write is humorous and entertaining. 3.5 out of 5 stars
Luis H (mx) wrote: Compared to most other marvel movies, this one actually has heart.
Marco H (gb) wrote: Have you ever watched a movie that was boring you to death, but for some reason you couldn't stop watching it becuase you felt like there was more to it...that's what Constellation was.
Rena T (es) wrote: A touching movie that had me in tears. This type of movie feels like everyone will lose and I'm glad that didn't really happen. But at the same time, it's a bit idealistic. Love the soundtrack though.
Nancy B (it) wrote: OK, I have to give all of the Lethal Weapon movies 5 stars. They're hilarious! Danny Glover and Mel Gibson are very good together, and Chris Rock thrown into the mix really stirred the pot. Funnily!
Thomas K (us) wrote: Are there any gay men who managed to live through this era that don't love this adorably atrocious thing? 31 years later there are still times when nothing else will do.
Matt F (fr) wrote: Almost all of his work at Mutual is fantastic, and this one is exactly that. For me, specifically, it's great because of Chaplin playing the violin.
Rendan L (au) wrote: Valhalla Rising sucks you into its visually striking world with ease but can't hold your attention for long due to a noticeable lack of substance. Grade: C+
Simon D (au) wrote: I've seen this on several lists of bad movies. That's totally unfair. Yes, it's not as classy as the original Spanish version but this is still a good story and the cast is quite good, even Tom Cruise is perfectly cast in a role where you see him suffer. Add to that the excellent Penelope Cruz and possibly Cameron Diaz's best performance and, I ask ya, how that that be such a bad film.