Fly Away Home

A father and daughter decide to attempt to lead a flock of orphaned Canada Geese south by air.

. . The young birds must fly south for the winter, but who will lead them there? With a pair of ultralight airplanes, Amy, her dad and their friends must find a way to do it. The eggs hatch and Amy becomes "Mama Goose". that is until she discovers a nest of goose eggs that were abandoned when developers began tearing up a local forest. . . Amy is miserable in her new life. She goes to Canada to live with her father, an eccentric inventor whom she barely knows. Amy is only 13 years old when her mother is killed in an auto wreck in New Zealand

Fly Away Home is a funny movie of Bill Lishman (autobiography), Robert Rodat (screenplay), Vince McKewin (screenplay). The released year of this movie is 1996. There are many actors in this movie torrents, such as Anna Paquin, Jeff Daniels, Dana Delany, Terry Kinney. The kind of movie are Action, Adventure, Drama, Family. This movie was rated by 6.8 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movies torrent. Enjoy this movies torrent and share to your friends

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David B (de)

Horror sequels don't get any better than this. Great film and now a big fan. But it makes up for it with a deliciously devious plot and enough gory shocks for a dozen Halloweens. This macabre follow-up to 2004's low-budget horror smash can't rival its predecessor's fiendish ingenuity. The camera work and editing is once again brilliant and it's rare to get a great follow-up. Well written by James Wan and Leigh Whannell, who both did the first Saw. The cast are great and another fantastic twist at the end. Introducing Donnie Wahlberg as Detective Eric Matthews (Great edition to the series) trying to find his son only to find he is part of Jigsaws games. We get to understand John's ways. The traps are more brutal, shocking at times and bloody, the best for me being the painful looking Needle Trap. Tobin Bell (Who is perfect and was in the first film as "A body that comes alive twist scene in the end) comes back as John/Jigsaw but is now in it for most of the film. The first film only had a low budget, and this up steps making the most of the concept

David T (us)

Really good acting and cool female lead. Enjoyed the WWII setting, the thriller and espionage aspects. Really cool foreign film

Donna L (nl)

Nothing much happened until the last 15 minutes. But I found it slow. It had potential

James H (es)

Annoying score. But at least at times it is so bad it is funny. Ultra low budget adventure film, very poorly made and the acting for the most part is laughably bad

Joe M (it)

Absolutely stunning cinematography that makes you want to book a trip to Italy. You feel the sense of yearning of each character. Works on so many levels - pathos, comedy, heart

Mariana R (kr)

Filme suave e simples, quase delicado. O enredo mostra uma outra forma de passar pelo luto

Mark K (br)

a terrible sequel to a terrible movie

nipp s (it)

Although I just called her "That blonde chick from Conan" until I looked up her name 5 min ago. And I had the biggest crush on Olivia D'Abo when I was a kid. So this film is a lot more campy than the first and unlike the first he isn't fighting a serpent Darth Vader, so it's not great. . . . Lets take something awesome and make it slightly kid friendlier and lets do it quick before the iron goes cold. . . . This is exactly what sequels were in the 80's

Robert S (it)

There are things that are unrealistic but it is a movie. Makes you anxious. This kept me on the edge of my seat

Simon W (ca)

A labour of love for Sean Bean, labour for everyone else. Formulaic from-rags-to-riches tale