Teen-age Angus adopts a stray dog and names him Yellow. Several days later, while travelling along the coast of British Columbia with Angus' father, John, the boy and dog become stranded ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Far from Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog
Teenage Angus adopts a stray dog and names him Yellow. Several days later, while traveling along the coast of British Columbia with Angus' father, John, the boy and dog become stranded when...
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Jordan A (kr) wrote: This looks like sadistic, twisted, obnoxiously and intentionally provocative, disgusting revenge thriller crap. I hate it when films try to justify inhumane acts of violence and torture by showing the protagonists being treated inhumanely early on in the film, even though the protagonists are obviously being more sadistic and inhumane than those that violated them. Obviously, my analysis and interpretation of the film is based completely on the trailer and recent reviews; my judgment could be wrong, but that is definitely the impression I get, and I don't like it at all.
Michael M (kr) wrote: A great little black comedy that no one will ever see.
Walter M (es) wrote: [font=Century Gothic][color=indigo][font=Century Gothic]Absolutely incoherent film about Chinese resistance to the Japanese invasion of Manchuria and Shanghai in 1927 and 1931. Now, that's the part that I understood. Anything involving specific characters, or more precisely who was shooting at whom while at the same time carrying on love affairs with people on the other side completely escaped me. [/font][/color][/font]
Daniel Q (mx) wrote: ooh. this sounds as good as 'the rats'
Richard D (es) wrote: Here's something I have definitely never seen before ... a film adapted from Azerbaijan folklore. Ashik Kerib is a troubadour who falls in love with Magul-Megeri. His offer of marriage is rejected by her father because Ashik has no money. Ashik vows to wander for 1000 days to make enough money and come back to marry ... she agrees to wait. However, a rival fakes Ashik's death, hoping to get Magul-Megeri to marry him. No dice ... she vows to mourn 1000 days. Oh, and Ashik's mother goes blind. Meanwhile Ashik wanders and encounters a variety of strange people and circumstances. This is a visually stunning film that will probably offer a steep curve to many viewers since the story is told in a deliberately exaggerated style with a lot of singing, dancing and very very broad acting. I loved it. Any movie that features an emu kicking a pomegranate around in the corner of one scene is fine by me. The film is dedicated to the memory of Andrei Tarkovsky.
Brian F (fr) wrote: Hazel O'Connor stars as a frustrated new waver who wants to be famous circa 1980 London. She gets fame but looses her pals...this film will kick you in the aaaaaaasssssss! I have the album too and love the new wave songs.
m s (au) wrote: gritty, tough and gruelling for Doyle in Marselle. not sure the pov shots totally work at the end but the films more about the horrors suffered by doyle to nail charnier or frog no.1 as he calls him.
TheSecond P (it) wrote: great movie, and the filming of the race looked great
Amjad A (nl) wrote: Spectacular. This is cinema...... Jennifer Tilly may not be a talented actress, but this film is perhaps the greatest performance of her limited career. A 90 minute roller-coaster ride which features lesbians, gangsters, multiple betrayals and many shocking twists and turns throughout. It's practically a film about self identification and discovery. The script is incredibly sharp and brilliant. It's amazingly shot and acted as well. The entire cast deliver great performances. I would recommend this film highly for anybody who appreciates original and stylishly done "good movies". It doesn't take itself very seriously and often at times parodises itself, whilst maintaining a level of suspense and realism. 5/5...
Robbie N (nl) wrote: An exceptional cast, and most importantly some memorable and catchy songs. Welcome to the 60's is no doubt my favourite song in this movie. John Travolta is great as Mrs. Turnblad, who'd have thought he would play a fat lady one day. Hairspray is definitely one of my favourtie musicals.
Keerthan K (fr) wrote: draggy,tedious at times....yet a great effort from the director