Beethoven's Big Break

Beethoven's Big Break

Eddie, a struggling animal trainer and single dad suddenly finds himself the personal wrangler for a large and lovable St. Bernard whose fabulous movie "audition" catapults the dog to stardom. However, a trio of unscrupulous ne'er-do-wells have plans to kidnap the famous dog and hold him for ransom.

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Beethoven's Big Break torrent reviews

Stefano O (ca) wrote: "In ordine di sparizione"

Deb J (gb) wrote: Good movie! Hard to understand accent a fee times. Beautiful cinematology

Jerry S (fr) wrote: This movie although at times is a head scratcher in the way rourke delivers lines, is not bad. It's not great by any means. But what I found to be interesting is that in the end of the film if you paid close attention you see that it's not what it appeared to be in the beginning. It pulled a single moment of beauty out of a very thin script. Bill Murray as always was brilliant. Megan fox showed more emotion in this film than I've ever seen her pull ( that's not saying a lot) but it has shown a lot of growth for her. Rourke does ok in here but some of his choices do not fit with the theme of the film.

Jesse O (fr) wrote: Great, great movie to be honest. I really like how it portrays love from all different perspectives and it helps make the movie really unique. It's really well written and well acted, well for the most part cause some of the actors felt like they were reading from a cue card as it just didn't feel natural at all. But those moments are few and they never really take away from the movie. Me, being from Puerto Rico, found several parts of this movie to be hilarious since they do portray pretty accurately how puertorican people are/how people here would react to some events of life (to a certain degree). One of the problems I have is that the dialogue doesn't contain as much puertorican slang as they should have, I'm guessing that was done to appeal to a wider audience to keep it from just being a film that only Puerto Rico will see and it DID work since it's been seen by more countries around the world than any other film to come from Puerto Rico (at least that I'm aware of). And it's also good to see a great puertorican movie cause to be honest over here, movies are usually very cheaply made (and filmed lazily too) and are only shot for a local audience. So it's great to see a movie that tries to take its story to a wider audience and succeeding at reaching that goal. So overall this is an easy recommendation since it is a great movie with some unique views on love and life.

Jami L (es) wrote: One Last Thing is the story of Dylan Jameison, a 16 who is terminally ill with Cancer. He is granted a last wish by the Wish Givers Foundation, to go on a fishing trip with his favorite football player. During the live television broadcast, Dylan changes his wish. Instead saying that he would rather spend a week alone with Supermodel Nikki Sinclair. Then Dylan and his two best friends go on a quest to New York, to try to make his wish come true. This is a touching, tear jerking story with some comic relief laced in. When I saw that this movie was directed by Alex Steyermark, I thought I should check it out. He directed 2003's Prey For Rock And Roll, which I liked. He clearly has a thing for actress Gina Gershon. Not that I blame him, she is beautiful and usually entertaining in that bitchy way that I can appreciate. I was a huge Sex And The City fan, so it was nice to see Cynthia Nixon in this movie. Michael Angarano was admirable as Dylan, he really tugged at the heart strings. I was tickled to see Ethan Hawke cameo has Dylan's dad. I have had great veneration for him, since the 90s. One Last Thing is easily a movie worth checking out. You may want to bring your Kleenex.

Mark S (jp) wrote: Excellent, no frills, western

Zaw M (ru) wrote: The best thing about this movie - Christopher Walken. He's a badass. Love his character.

Fabriio A (gb) wrote: question, Bryce Dallas Howard appear many times, can someone tell me???

Travis S (gb) wrote: TRANSLATOR NEEDED omg dude wakes up and you have no person around to speak to him wow. No gaurds or security or surveillance on the premises so guy can just walk out.

Alex G (ag) wrote: A smart and well-paced film that obviously went on to inspire Final Destination. The build up is steady and the music wonderfully builds the terror of the each scene.

Timothy J (es) wrote: A decent spaghetti western. As over the top and as full of bad lines as hoist would expect. Not on the same par as Easrwoods. It is a decent revenge flick. An I think one of the best titles of any western.

Sylvester K (es) wrote: While Deschanel was wonderfully charming, Levitt ruined the film along with Arend. The musical numbers were not impressive and the story was really superficial. If you are looking for some cheesy romantic comedy with no chemistry then this will do, otherwise please avoid.

Zac P (it) wrote: one long, overpriced Ford commercial with b- acting.

Dylan M (ag) wrote: I really liked this movie. Happiness certainly means very different things to people; I like the way the movie addresses the various perspectives. It was quite interesting and I can't wait to read the book!"It's all of them."

Francisco L (ca) wrote: Despite some unexpected good humour scenes, McGruber couldn't be more predictable or unoriginal than it already is and its cast don't help this ilogical story and this horrible script.

Sergio Andres P (mx) wrote: "The ghost Dimension" insist to be scary using the same formula of jumpscares and lazy clichs. It explain some details of the past movies and delivers a great idea for the ending... but sadly is carrying in a bad way.. There's nothing to analize deeply.. the film is just for fun and give some jumps. Nothing more. 3/5