Bolt is the star of the biggest show in Hollywood. The only problem is, he thinks it's real. After he's accidentally shipped to New York City and separated from Penny, his beloved co-star and owner, Bolt must harness all his "super powers" to find a way home.

The movie revolves around a small white super-dog named Bolt who, playing a heroic dog in a hit TV show, thinks that he has real super powers. When he believes that his human, Penny, has been kidnapped, he sets out on the biggest adventure to "rescue" her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bolt torrent reviews

Scott R (es) wrote: Overkill describes it best. Another lost flixster rating.

Sharon D (kr) wrote: Cool little sleeper - some genuine funny moments when cultures clash - is ours any less ironic? :-) Critics have called "stereotypes" but I think not - I've met people just like them!!

Rawballs B (fr) wrote: Carrie goes sexy!!!!...

Lars P (us) wrote: One of Kurt Russell's best movies. A solid cop thriller, with solid action.

Jason B (kr) wrote: Does not live up to the originals standards..

Greg W (br) wrote: a two yuck X-mas pic

Stacy B (fr) wrote: It's a boxing movie, of course I like it.

Gianluca C (mx) wrote: an impressive performance by Ben Stiller in, what i believe is, his first dramatic role... the love scene between him and Connie Nielsen is astounding!

Stephen E (ru) wrote: "Citizen Ruth" is the most blatant satire I have ever seen, and it's one of the funniest as well. Alexander Payne is such a gifted writer and his execution is usually spot-on as well. "Citizen Ruth" is not his best film, but a darn good one regardless. It's eccentric and a little out and I doubt that very many will really like it, but it's funny and endearing and Laura Dern gives a wonderfully childish performance as the titular character. Also, Kurtwood Smith is great as well. I absolutely love watching him act. Why isn't he cast in roles like this more often?

Pavan R (fr) wrote: An entertaining thriller. The style is of the time it was made and maybe hasn't aged very well when watched in 2013. But the story like is good and pretty well directed

Larry W (ru) wrote: A perfect mix of broad and subtle humor.

Mark W (ca) wrote: A standard giallo; text book villain, messy plot etc. Particually attractive gialliettes in this one, and the killer's modus operandi is nice and sadistic.

Stuart M (mx) wrote: This probably works better if you were raised knowing exactly what happened here. I read the book this was based on years ago and I had trouble following it. That's largely because there's no real narrative behind it, just a series of events happening at once. The closest thing to a central arc is Gert Frbe (Goldfinger)'s Choltitz and his gradual decision to disobey Hitler's orders and not burn Paris. This could have been focused on more or they could have given the resistance fighters more of an individual focus. The last half of the film is especially odd since it features a long march into Paris which doesn't feature much fighting in the end. Mostly they get there and party. Which is exactly what I'd do, but it doesn't make for exciting cinema. Some of the large scale scenes in Paris were impressive though, and unlike anything I've seen before. They also have a few bizarre casting choices, such as Kirk Douglas for General Patton. When they revealed who he was supposed to be I couldn't help laughing.

Josh M (kr) wrote: Back in high school, I remember reading about this movie in Stephen King's Danse Macabre, a non-fiction discussion of the horror genre. He mentioned the concept - that a man becomes convinced that his placement of black pins onto a graveyard map leads to people's deaths - and said that once the main character switched to white pins, the movie became...well, I think the phrase he used was "a piece of shit". Turns out, King was pretty dead on, except that this was never that good to begin with. It really is a neat concept, but even at 75 minutes this feels long and bloated - more like an episode of The Twilight Zone than a movie - and the mediocre acting and writing don't help things. There are a couple of nicely done scenes, but the plot just keeps getting worse and worse, and the final revelations are absolutely ludicrous. Still, at least my curiosity is finally assuaged.

Roy C (us) wrote: Lugosi's answer to 1940's The Ape.