Bingo

Bingo

Bingo, the runaway circus dog, is off the leash and saving Chuckie's life! Bingo and the boy become the best of friends in this canine comedy featuring doggy disguises and skateboarding, pinball and prison. Chuckie and his parents (Cindy Williams and David Rasche) are moving house, a thousand miles away, but Bingo won't be allowed to join them. Chuckie and Bingo's determination to be reunited is t

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Chris M (es) wrote: Was the world really clammoring for a "Skulls II"?

June T (gb) wrote: Seen this movie a few times and just love it.

braam d (ru) wrote: I think i saw this film maybe 20 times over in mono sound on my dads 16mm projector back in 1985.Because we had home movies back then on big screen i had a lot of friends come visit me to watch this film. i just bought a copy of the dvd and what a blast with the dolby sound .that rotor blade nearly had my sub woofers blown.

Matt H (mx) wrote: The movie is a little to cold for me to engage with the characters, and I didn't find it that interesting overall. I must admit I had trouble keeping track of who some of the characters were. I'm usually pretty good about that sort of thing, I suppose I could have been in the wrong frame of mind while watching this.

Chuck G (it) wrote: A very family friendly film when you could send your children to the theatre and not worry about what was being shown. ( some may consider this film corny by todays standards ). Still it was a cute film, also Disney films list cast at beginning of film, something I like.

Tibor B (au) wrote: One of Val Lewton's string of RKO pictures, almost all expert exercises in atmospheric, less-is-more horror hidden behind outrageous titles. I Walked with a Zombie is no exception, the misleadingly schlocky title hiding a surprisingly low-key tale of maternal instincts, family betrayals and naive love impulses which just happens to have West Indies Voodoo in the background. The acting is patchy at times, as is the dialogue but the atmosphere comes from Tourneur and his cinematographer Roy Hunts shadowy images and culminates in a haunting ending.

Harrison R (es) wrote: If you didn't already know slavery was terrible, where the hell did you go to school? This didn't deserve an Oscar any more than Amistad did.

John R (kr) wrote: 120913: Someone told me "Battleship" was a terrible movie. Well, it's a terribly, terribly, bad movie. So terribly bad that it was entertaining. Couldn't help thinking how much my father would've loved this film. Wish I could've seen the smile on his face, his hearty laugh. He would've loved it. Stacked with heroes, action, violence, cool aliens and destruction; It's down right bad, bad in a good way. Bad acting to boot. I'm so conflicted but smiling as I write this. Battleship made me laugh it was so bad, but laughing is a good thing. Don't start this film looking for any depth. It's not deep, just stupidly entertaining for some reason. Well worth a one watch, preferably on a big screen and surround sound. Don't forget to crank the subwoofer up! You're about to get a weeks worth of action...and movie indigestion.

I am A (kr) wrote: Not very interesting