Finding Rin Tin Tin

Finding Rin Tin Tin

The true story of the legendary German Shepherd who was found by American pilot Lee Duncun in France during World War I, and later became the most famous animal star in Hollywood history.

The true story of the legendary German Shepherd who was found by American pilot Lee Duncun in France during World War I, and later became the most famous animal star in Hollywood history. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Finding Rin Tin Tin torrent reviews

Adiaman V (mx) wrote: I enjoyed this movie

John C (br) wrote: I like the script a hell of a lot! But the budget has the film hard to watch . I think the acting was pretty good for a independent black film. However the scenes were too long and drawn out . But again , the script makes it a decent movie to watch . It's a good film to watch with your spouse tho

Greg M (ag) wrote: Spectacular account. The best I've seen ever!!

Rob J (fr) wrote: Beautiful human experience. Lovely.

Kayleigh Cheyanne R (ru) wrote: Have this movie at home.. It is very informative about the Great Depression.. Good movie! :)

Brendan R (fr) wrote: fantastic entertainment with a few classic clichs thrown in!

Matthew S (nl) wrote: Kelly Reichardt's film is deceptively simple. In truth it is simply complex. Will Oldham and Daniel London deliver quietly powerful and very realistic performances as two reunited friends. A weekend of camping and hiking in the mountains of Oregon takes a heavy turn as both men grapple with their lives, their choices and their friendship. Always emotionally insightful and genuine, Old Joy is a unsentimentally touching and unsettling journey. Not to be missed.

Sma A (nl) wrote: Mos Def was cool in this movie and that's about the only good thing I can say about this movie.

Anshu S (kr) wrote: My favourite movie..!!!!

Jimmy C (jp) wrote: Despite his caricatural direction and hic clich, it,s the way they used them to the gay side that make it the most interesting and in another quite charming. Delicious in a lot of way, MacLachlan is more than fine otherwise.

Dario G (it) wrote: I really liked this movie when I was a kid but now I see it as a movie made for kids. Acting is weird and it isn't boring it's just really silly.

James M (ca) wrote: This is what Eastenders would really be like if the BBC had a pair of bollocks.Marking Gary Oldman's directorial debut, it's clearly a partly autobiographical story about a middle class family on a Laaaaaaandon haaaaasing estaaaaate, Ray Winstone is the alcoholic, abusive and violent father, Kathy Burke his timid wife and Leila Morse as Kathy Burke's mum. Ray & Kathy also have a junkie son. There's not much story as such, just a lot of faaaaacking swear words (especially the C-word), but it's still an intense, gritty and challenging drama.Personally, I think a better job was done in the New Zealand film Once Were Warriors, which has a very similar theme.Perhaps this would have had more impact on me if I watched it nearer it's release. There's several movies like this each year now which I dub the 'Danny Dyer Genre'Now that bloke is a faaaaacking caaaaaant.

Lisa Michelle A (es) wrote: I'd like to see as well as the others that were made into films by Nora Roberts - Northern Lights. Tribute & Midnight Bayou.

Adrian B (br) wrote: Well-made Ingmar Bergmann drama chronicling an elderly divorced couple, Marianne and Johan (Liv Ullman and Erland Josephman), who reunite in many years after their relationship disbanded. They are able to get along surprisingly well, but they are faced with a substantial problem. Johan's granddaughter (Julia Dufvenius) comes to them in need of help, because her father and Johan's son, Henrik (Borje Ahlstedt) is a suicidal, obsessive, and insane cello player who is on the verge of taking his own life. Generally compelling drama that reunites two older actors from director Bergmann's 1974 hit, "Scenes from a Marriage." Nicely filmed and acted, but a bit confusing at times.

Gimly M (de) wrote: 13 Sins is the English language remake of the 2006 Thai movie 13 Beloved, which was similar in style, substance and name to the 2006 French movie 13 Tzameti which had its own English language remake called 13. Confused? Well so was I because I couldn't remember if this was one of the ones I'd seen before or not. Turns out I hadn't, but I have now. 13 Sins sits somewhere in the middle in terms of acceptability for a film. The plot was thin, the acting and effects were "okay" virtually every twist you could see coming or was stupid and unimportant, the second-hand embarrassment from what Mark Webber's character goes through is palpable, and the climax was only moderately satisfying... But I was also never bored, and there's nothing worse for a film to be than boring. So there's something to be said for that. Even if Cheap Thrills came along and did it better.

Pedro G (ag) wrote: Un bonito homenaje a los cineastas independientes.

The D (jp) wrote: If you appreciate a real story about love, then this is for you. If you are looking for car chases or fairy tale escapism, then pass The trouble is there are too many Neanderthals that don't appreciate the real world power of kindness, generosity and forgiveness. Despite what you may have read, the ending was perfect.

Eric S (ca) wrote: Captivating story.. Like Goonies without the dead guy!! Unless Cara is the dead guy?!? LOL

Ian R (nl) wrote: I thought this was a good film adaptation of Geoff Johns' "Superman: Brainiac" storyline in the comics. However, since this is film is self-contained and stand alone, it wasn't able to reach the same climax as the story in the comics and I felt that it took some punch away from the story. However, viewing the self contained elements without considering the original source material, I really enjoyed the plot points it did focus on and the story it did tell. I liked how we got to see a newly arrived Supergirl adjusting to life on Earth. I like how we see Superman being a bit controlling of Supergirl and of Lois, and how that allows Brainiac to act as a foil. This plot point greatly reminded me of Mark Waid's "Superman: Red Son", where a similar plot point was used to great effect. The voice acting in this film was pretty good as usual, but the only voice I felt that was really spectacular was John Noble as Brainiac. Noble used a voice very reminiscent of Keith David and I felt it worked very well for this incarnation of Brainiac. The action in this film was good, but not stand out. The score of this film was also good, but not a stand out point either. Overall, I did enjoy this film, but it did not strike the same emotional chord in me that many of the other DC Animated films have.

Alena M (de) wrote: As a film it is about as Wes Anderson as they come, not just because of its style, but because of its ability to handle the huge number of characters' story lines and give them the emotion they deserve. Excellently crafted and very moving.