For the Love of a Dog
When the family dog gets sick, the kids and their friends rally to earn the money to pay for the veterinarian.
- Stars:Viggo Mortensen, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Robert Duvall, Guy Pearce, Molly Parker, Michael K. Williams, Garret Dillahunt, Charlize Theron, Bob Jennings, Agnes Herrmann, Buddy Sosthand, Kirk Brown, Jack Erdie, David August Lindauer, Gina Preciado, Phil Vassar, Tina Witherby, Bridgette Potts, Jules Mayes, John Lowell, Gary Donald, Rhonda Leigh, Willa Fitzgerald, Lake Summar, Maggie Edwards, Peter Stringer-Hye,
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Aaron M (fr) wrote: Wonderful look at the migratory birds--and humans--of New York's Central Park.
Movie M (ru) wrote: "The Bourne Legacy" is the 4th instalment in the Bourne series, and I have to say it broke the streak of great Bourne movies. I think a lot of people do bash on this movie a little too much though, it still is an entertaining watch, however compared to the Matt Damon Bourne movies, this movie did not even compare. Jeremy Renner (Aaron Cross) did a very good job in his role as the "new Bourne" character, as I found him to be by far the best part of this movie. The part that lost me with "The Bourne Legacy" is the lack of authenticity that came with the Bourne movies, it just felt like a generic action movie, rather than part of a great film series. The pacing was also an issue for me, the excitement factor stayed at an overall sub-average level, and never really got really excited with a few rare exceptions. While "The Bourne Legacy" isn't as bad as a lot of people think, it is no better than an average action movie, and is only worth watching if you're bored.
Johnny H (gb) wrote: My favorite anime gets his own movie!!!!
Maria V (it) wrote: The most superficial (as in skimming only the surface) punk documentary I have ever seen. It's about an hour too short and doesn't include the Jam. What the hell?!
Sean S (es) wrote: Lets begin. This is not the book. There are elements but imo the it is not even that close. The movie is good the book is great. Period. Youth, irresponsibility, exploration, drugs and sex. Period.
Denise B (nl) wrote: that was a good movie
Drew R (de) wrote: Freakin hilarious! Wonderful satire of the American musical of the mid 1900s! Great acting, creative camera angles and cuts, and witty dialogue demonstrate how the French New Wave influenced the great films of today. Scott Pilgrim definitely came to mind!
William H (nl) wrote: The could have done such more with this story. This script has massive plot holes and Palance is overacting. Dissapointing and for a noir thriller not very exciting. Overrated.
Greg W (ag) wrote: here's another example of a review flixter lost!!!
Grant S (kr) wrote: Great, star-studded adaptation of the classic Agatha Christie novel.It is 1934 and master-detective Hercule Poirot is travelling from Istanbul to France on the Orient Express. On the first night the man in the next compartment is murdered. Once he starts investigating, Poirot faces a barrage of conflicting clues and potential motives.A great whodunnit, one of the best. The murderer is not at all obvious. As you go deeper and deeper into the movie, the plot gets thicker and thicker, but without any clear guilty party emerging. Great, unforeseen twist at the end. Fantastic story-writing by Agatha Christie, well translated to screen by director Sydney Lumet and his cast and crew.On the subject of cast, it is quite amazing - certainly one of the most star-studded every assembled for a movie. Just about every name is an icon of the silver screen - Albert Finney (as Poirot), Lauren Bacall, Ingrid Bergman, Sean Connery, John Gielgud, Michael York, Jacqueline Bisset, Martin Balsam, Anthony Perkins, Richard Widmark.None of them put a foot wrong,Ingrid Bergman got a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her performance, but I'm not sure why. While she puts in a solid performance, she hardly stood out from the rest.Albert Finney got a Best Actor Oscar nomination for his performance, though I think his makeup artist deserved it more - he was unrecognisable while playing Poirot.