The Newton family live in their comfortable home, but there seems to something missing. This "hole" is filled by a small puppy, who walks into their home and their lives. Beethoven, as he is named, grows into a giant of a dog... a St Bernard. Doctor Varnick, the local vet has a secret and horrible sideline, which requires lots of dogs for experiments. Beethoven is on the bad doctor's list.

The movie revolves around an adorable puppy named Beethoven, who promptly grows up into 185 pounds of romping, drooling, disaster-prone St. Bernard. Nevertheless, the family still rallies behind Beethoven when an evil veterinarian attempts to kidnap him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Beethoven torrent reviews

Robbie T (nl) wrote: Everything's fine in the movie, except Lam Fung.

Deidra R (ca) wrote: Had some very unusual and scary parts in it! Very unusual storyline!

Lee R (fr) wrote: Strange movie. One min English, next min French. Do Canadians really speak like this cause it would really piss me off. Very slow and only the last 15mins were of any importance. Boo

Kevin M (ag) wrote: Filmed back to back with Flags of Our Fathers, Letters From Iwo Jima is told from the Japanese soldier's POV, which makes it a fascinating film right from the start. General Kuribayashi, played by Ken Watanabe, makes for one of the most interesting characters in all of war films. A man who used to be close friends with the Americans is now using their weapon gifted to him right back on their own soldiers. It provides serious perspective and gives you a newfound understanding that war isn't always good vs. evil. There are good and bad people on both sides, but the treacheries of war don't discriminate.

Gia H (gb) wrote: love it.. and the cast is amazing. Uma, Travolta, Tyler, The Rock, Devito.. there is so many in this Cast I cant even remember them all. I dig it.

Jbells16 B (de) wrote: This film is a classic. Jodddee! Lol!

Kelly B (jp) wrote: one of my all-time favorite movies i randomly stumbled upon on a movie channel one day and can never find in stores. if you've ever been a slightly awkward kid in school, it's the funniest look back at the most awkward moments of your life.

Kyle b (de) wrote: Bonkers and good at the same time!

Shaun L (ag) wrote: extremely captivating

Meg J (nl) wrote: Jeff & I have this new channel now (thanks to the digital switch) called "this," which plays C-level movies all... day... long. So we gave this one a chance. We had to turn it off before any of the puppet people started attacking - it was that bad. But if you're in the mood for a hokie 50's "thriller," this one may be for you!

Jeff Z (ag) wrote: This film adds to my appreciation of Glenn Ford. He really did a lot of good work, almost completely forgotten today. Borgnine is great too, starting out as the funny, lovable Borgnine of "McHale" and "Marty" then changes into the psycho crazy Borgnine of "Emperor of the North Pole" and "Bad Day at Black Rock". Bronson unfortunately isn't given much to do in this noir-like western.

Sylvester E (jp) wrote: Here's a film that you guys might enjoy...Niagara. It has a very strong cast and the storyline will having you going all the way until the end. And what an ending. I'm sure you guys will enjoy.., Niagara.

Scott M (kr) wrote: One of the few Sandler comedies I could sit through without killing myself. I enjoyed the relationship between him and the teacher. The whole idea of going back through all 12 years of high school is kind of funny to me. But Sandler doesn't make it work.

Steve R (ag) wrote: A real hidden gem that caught me totally by surprise. A fun steampunk-inspired film aimed at kids but with a lot of good ideas. If you like the Indiana Jones and Mummy films, I think this one is well worth a try.

J2 D (us) wrote: Wasn't happy with the way they decided to end the movie.