Because of Winn-Dixie
A girl, abandoned by her mother when she was three, moves to a small town in Florida with her father. There, she adopts an orphaned dog she names Winn-Dixie. The bond between the girl and her special companion brings together the people in a small Florida town and heals her own troubled relationship with her father.
- Category:Comedy, Family, Drama
- Stars:Jan Werich, Stella Zázvorková, Bohus Záhorský, AnnaSophia Robb, Jeff Daniels, Cicely Tyson, Dave Matthews, Eva Marie Saint, Courtney Jines, Nick Price, Luke Benward, Elle Fanning, Marca Price, Lenore Banks, B.J. Hopper, John McConnell, Harland Williams, William Arthur Pitts,
- Director:Wayne Wang,
- Writer:Kate DiCamillo (novel), Joan Singleton (screenplay)
The movie tells the story of Winn-Dixie, a mischievous dog who befriends a lonely young girl in a new town and helps her make new friends. The bond between the girl and her special companion brings together the people in a small Florida town and heals her own troubled relationship with her father. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Because of Winn-Dixie torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Officially, the worst of the series.
(us) wrote: Pretty lame with one of the lamest bad guys I can remember. I still don't get the ending.
(it) wrote: I like violence. And Adam Scott. Maggie Q is pretty. It's weird to see Rob Corddry without clown makeup... Don't expect much. That's my advice. I saw it and then forgot I'd seen it but I don't have an awesome memory anyway so take from that what you will.
(us) wrote: Excellent Drama About The True Story Of Albert Pierrepoint, Britain's Most Feared & Most Respected Hangman. The Film Focuses On Pierrepoint's Career & Shows Some Of His Most Famous Hangings Particularly Of Some Of The Nazi War Criminals He Executed. Timothy Spall Gives A Riveting Performance As The Hangman In What Is An Intense, Powerful & Deeply Moving Real Life Drama, That Lets Us See What It Was Like To Be The Top Hangman Of The 40's Through To The 50's.
(kr) wrote: Worst movie ever, my friend Mike worked on it. Don't ever see it.
(au) wrote: Great little film that I can't believe took me this long to get around to watching! Matt Dillon and Lili Taylor are pretty damn incredible in their roles. I can see why some would not like this film but I sure enjoyed it's darkness.
(fr) wrote: Wow, this is was a hardcore gritty masterpiece!! This will pin you to your seat from start to finish!! It will blow you mind and is an adrenaline full throttle ride!! This had no CGI and no wires!! Tony Jaa is the real deal!! He is one of the best action stars living today!! You can tell that Jackie Chan is an inspiration to Jaa because he performs all his own stunts like Chan and uses objects around him!! This is one of the best martial films of all-time!!
(gb) wrote: My personal favorite of the series, but nothing too special all the same. But remember what movie franchise we are talking about here.
(de) wrote: Well done performances as power, and strength consume these young men who are growing up on the streets, and one begins to have the street juice turning from a young man not in control of the crime in there neighborhood as they begin to become the crime including a crazy performance by Tupac Shakur and Omar Epps while being stylistically shot by Ernest R. Dickerson and being pretty well written by Gerard Brown, Ernest R. Dickerson making this a well executed streets film.
(ag) wrote: Pretty lame biker flick that was kind of an A-Team version of a good biker film. It's only worth watching if you're a fan of one of the may character actors featured in film, who include William Smith (my favorite), Gary Busey, Seymour Cassel, Yaphet Kotto, Thomas Rosales Jr., Charles Hallahan, and many others.
(br) wrote: i luv dis movie n karisma a lot...............bt i think.......d biggest problem of the movie was its length............some scene r unwantedly extending..............karisma done incredibly nice job............ummma for her.........
(gb) wrote: Ryunosuke Tsukue (Tatsuya Nakadai) is a ruthless master swordsman who kills without mercy or remorse. The film begins when the wife (Michiyo Aratama) of his opponent in a fencing competition begs him to let her husband win. She forfeits her chastity in exchange for Ryunosuke's pledge to let her husband win. The morning before the bout, having learnt of his wife's adultery, Bunnojo Utsuki (Ichiro Nakatani) divorces her and, in a rage, faces Ryunosuke, despite knowing the fearsome extent of Ryunosuke's skill with the blade. Reneging on the agreement, Ryunosuke kills Bunnojo with a swift blow to the head. Ryunosuke makes countless enemies as the film progresses, among them Hyoma Utsuki (Yuzo Kayama), Bunnojo's brother, who seeks to put an end to the trail of corpses left in Ryunosuke's wake, but Hyoma is no fool: He knows Ryunosuke will be a challenge like none he has ever faced. The Sword of Doom is a film I've been looking forward to seeing for some time now; unfortunately, with great expectations come great disappointments. While the film boasts three of the greatest actors ever to grace Japanese screens, Tatsuya Nakadai, Yuzo Kayama, and Toshiro Mifune, films are more than a sum of their parts. Where The Sword of Doom suffers the most is in its pacing. Originally intended to be the first entry in a trilogy, director Kihachi Okamoto never got around to making the second or third entries and, thus, none of the issues raised in The Sword of Doom ever see any kind of resolution and, indeed, the film ends right in the midst of a ferocious battle in a burning geisha house. Even if the trilogy had been completed, that's no way to end a film. As you might expect from an all-star cast like this one, the acting is first-rate. The swordfights are also a great deal more satisfying and well-shot than those in the last jidaigeki I reviewed, but they're still few and far between. Like Sword of the Beast (1965), however, the plot proves rather convoluted and downright boring. There were points when I wanted to pause, take a nap, and finish it later, but I plowed forth to no avail. The Sword of Doom isn't the great jidaigeki I've been seeking
(es) wrote: Initially a very loose and at times unfocused adaptation of the true story from 1878 of Cheyenne escaping the Reno Agency to return to homelands.This was John Ford's final film and he sort of tries to tell the story with greater compassion for Native Americans plight, but with mixed results and several very odd decisions (casting of leads, goofy Wyatt Earp scene that has nothing to do with story, stilted narration, romantic subplot, too much focus on cavalry characters, etc.) . Very flawed, but amazing landscape and certainly a shift from the wooden stereotyped portrayals of previous films.
(kr) wrote: Truly enjoyed this noir. Unfortunately it's not talked about very much. Too bad; it's damn good. Edmond O'Brien starts w/ humble beginnings running lines for the ponies, seizes opportunity when his boss gets whacked & eventually gets caught up in the bookie syndicate. Not happy w/ the money he's making he wants the dame as well & puts the hit out on him. In fear of being blackmailed & caught he knocks of the mechanic himself. On the verge of being found out he stings the syndicate so he can flee the country w/ a shit load of cash. Great pacing to this that constantly evolves as a man who becomes more & more corrupt for personal gain & in the end flees for his life. O'Brien should have been happy w/ what he originally had but when you smell the green backs those who stand in your way must become casualties
(ru) wrote: Not bad. The story reminds me a little of the Wolf Man, but the acting wasn't all that great.
(kr) wrote: Excellent acting and an interesting story make this a fun and worthwhile adventure.
(ca) wrote: Since the dawn of gaming, it's never been a good idea to make film adaptations of games. The Mario franchise gained itself one of the worst films ever and the fighting games of the mid '90s had lackluster adaptations. Nothing comes more bland than Tomb Raider, which is an excuse for eye candy and scantily clad Angelina Jolie fighting off baddies - it's a snoozefest.Lara Croft is the notorious tomb raider and adventurous daughter of a historically significant dead explorer, as she must retrieve a stolen clock from the members of the Illuminati, hoping to put together two halves of an artifact to reverse time.Lara Croft reminds me of a bad cross between Indiana Jones and the Bond franchise (ironically, Daniel Craig before his Bond days plays a role in this). The tech savvy, witty, and forcefully attractive seeming Lara Croft can come off as almost annoying and way too smug, the character knows how situations will end and that she's the best explorer in the country - it gets old, Croft is extremely unlikable and so is everyone else. There's a lot of pointless action sequences, explosions and lights gleaming, outdated early 2000s music, and a reminder that this a mere PS1 gem that won't hold up when reviewing it fourteen years later. Croft is a snoozefest, the characters don't matter and neither does the story.
(mx) wrote: Non typical role for Tom Hanks in a fine gangster film, also starring Paul Newman.