Best in Show

Best in Show

The tension is palpable, the excitement is mounting and the heady scent of competition is in the air as hundreds of eager contestants from across America prepare to take part in what is undoubtedly one of the greatest events of their lives -- the Mayflower Dog Show. The canine contestants and their owners are as wondrously diverse as the great country that has bred them.

A look into the highly competitive and cut-throat world of dog-shows through the eyes of a group of ruthless dog owners. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Best in Show torrent reviews

Tim M (fr) wrote: Ocelot ("Kirikou and the Sorceress") brings shadow puppetry to life with this anthology of six short stories. The "vivid, colorful backgrounds" make the bland tales watchable. For kids.

John O (jp) wrote: the trailer looks great, investigating spiritual speculation, search and dissapointment.... this promises to be a great documentary

Leo K (mx) wrote: Didn't have the stamina to get past the first 15 minutes.

Clemens H (ca) wrote: Horribly confusing from the first moment on because of the editing, the characters, the jumps in timeline, the bad revelation of lots of stuff in the end,...Maybe it would be great if I could have understood it...

Mel S (us) wrote: "My brain is groooowing!" That line made the two hours of pain and misery worth it. Utter crap!

Al P (br) wrote: OR maybe we should just shut down WALL STREET for good.

Leann D (de) wrote: Documentary Mark Mostkowitz

Mildo (ca) wrote: The best 9/11 doco I have seen.

Alex T (au) wrote: hahaha this is the worst movie ever. EVER.

Kurt M (es) wrote: The cinematic genius of Mike Jittlov shines in this wicked satire on the film industry.Although made on a shoestring budget, the film features impressive animation and special effects as well as delightful performances and a terrific script. Required viewing for fans of Mike Jittlov as well as anyone who loves fantasy and stop motion animation.

Virginie S (ca) wrote: en souvenir d'une soire trs sympa a paris... une inconditionnelle !

Tro the Steam Punk kid (gb) wrote: Liked it if you have little kids they will like it.

Al M (it) wrote: Cool little Hammer film that features a rather original horror creature. Yes, the gorgon is from greek mythology, but how many films are there about them besides Clash of the TItans? Not Many....That being said, The Gorgon is a brooding, atmospheric romp that, in a fun little twist, features Christopher Lee as a good guy and Peter Cushing as the bad guy.

Logan H (mx) wrote: This movie was terrible! It was so black, that I thought I was on a Tyler Perry movie set. It was cheesier than provolone and predictable.

Trent B (ru) wrote: In an attempt to try a little bit of everything, Kokoda ultimately fails overall. The grandness comes of cheap, the moving speeches are cheesy, the grittiness feels forced and the 'horror' too detached to be shocking. However the major failing is in the writing. The characters are so 2D and unfleshed out that it's difficult to invest them as people rather than just numbers in a fight. The enemy too is given so little depth or screen time that at times it feels the Aussies are up against an invisible Zombie army.At 90 minutes it shouldn't feel long, but it does. With a little more time given to some of the characters, and if they actually had something going on beyond the predicable and dull inside you'd be crying out for another 15 minutes. Only Angus Sampson's all too brief appearance offers anything in a third dimension. So, as it stands it's an ineffective, unconvincing mess. Such an amazing story, and piece of history, deserved a lot better than this.