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Hachi: A Dog's Tale

A college professor's bond with the abandoned dog he takes into his home.

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However, nobody claims the dog so his family decides to keep Hachi. He finds that the dog is an Akita and names it Hachiko. In Bedridge, Professor Parker Wilson finds an abandoned dog at the train station and takes it home with the intention of returning the animal to its owner

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allegra h (ca)

i dont know anyone who is in this movie

Chucho E Q (au)

I'm working with Daisy Granados in a play right now so it's interesting to see her back in the day

Gregg D (fr)

I haven't seen the new version, but I'm still curious to see. Saw it early this morning (August 20, 2012). One of my favorite movies! One of the first movies I saw in the theaters

Jacob L (ru)

But of course, he's a great guy, and Izzy's stubbornness keeps her from realizing this. ) It's a rewarding movie, and a forgotten gem of the 80s. Izzy schmoozes with literary types at the bookstore where she works, so naturally she's offended when her grandmother fixes her up with a man who sells pickles (Peter Riegert. One of my favorite romantic comedies, featuring a charming performance by Amy Irving as an independent New Yorker named Izzy

Jonathan D (ag)

However, as an action film and a soulful artistic achievement, it is a terrific work that ought not to be missed. Because the story and characters are only moderately engaging, Avatar fails to live up to the hype. Unoriginal maybe, but hardly racist. Like The Last Samurai, Pocahontas, and Dances With Wolves, Avatar takes a narrow-minded white man, immerses him in a foreign environment, and allows him a change of heart as he comes to appreciate the culture and way of life of his enemy. The claims of racism are, I think, unfounded. Also, On a different level, the story can be enjoyed by those who see it as a tale of a group nobly defending their homes, wives, children, and beliefs from those who seek only to conquer. That said, any message about honoring and preserving nature is worthwhile. I take a more moderate stance than the film does on conservation, as it paints those who mine natural resources as greedy at best and evil at worst. Its theology works in its imagined universe the same as The Force does in Star Wars. The claim by the Vatican's movie critic, that the film worships creation instead of the Creator, could be valid if it weren't so obviously fantasy. As for the controversy, the film does take a strong stance about protecting and conserving the environment. She, and the rest of the alien tribe, are utterly convincing. So skillfully does she portray both the humanity and the strangeness of an imaginary race that the audience connects with her more than any of the human characters. Her work, via motion capture, conveys rich, tender, and savage emotion. Sam Worthington and Sigourney Weaver do fine work, as do several others, but the only truly exceptional acting is by Zoe Saldana (Star Trek) who plays the princess of an alien tribe. Though the heroes are interesting enough, the villains are mostly one-dimensional. The derivative script borrows heavily from Dances With Wolves, Disney's Pocahontas, The Last Samurai, Ferngully: The Last Rainforest, and even Return of the Jedi. The narrative is fine, but not as impressive. Likewise, Cameron knows how to stage action, and the adventure/combat sequences are truly thrilling. The 3D serves to truly make viewers feel as if they were on a glorious foreign planet, with its own ecosystem and amazing wildlife. These are not special effects; this is art. Cameron has succeeded in created a completely immersive new world. This is not CGI (computer-generated images) for just for the sake of it, nor is the 3D merely a gimmick. Everything you've heard about the visuals is true. It is, however, constantly entertaining and artistically stunning. I will say, first and foremost, that the film is neither the political lightning rod some have made it out to be, nor is it worthy of the hype and box-office its receiving (I can think of many movies that deserve a wider audience). I don't like to read reviews that give away large chunks of narrative; I've never felt it was the critic's job to tell me the story, and I'll pay you the same courtesy. Regular readers may notice that I almost never divulge any plot information in my reviews. In my opinion, the truth of all these claims is somewhere in the middle. Most claim, however, that it is simply great entertainment. Some have said that the film is anti-military. Others have blasted it for perceived racism, with the "white savior" rescuing indigenous peoples. Some conservative groups have blasted what they believe is the film's environmental extremism, with the Vatican's film critic saying that it worships creation instead of the Creator. Since its release, Avatar has drawn enormous crowds; word-of-mouth and repeat viewings have lead, within a mere twenty days, to its claiming the title of 2nd-highest grossing film of all time worldwide. Titanic's Jim Cameron set out to revolutionize movies with immersive 3-D technology which promised to be unlike anything audiences had ever seen. When the filmmaker behind the highest-grossing film of all-time takes twelve years off to develop his next film, the bar is set pretty high

Patrick S (ru)

Too bad. However, the writing is weak, the main character is a Mary Sue type, characterization is scattershot and quite frankly, it's boring. I get what this movie was trying to do and I think it had potential to be decent with the story of a slut turning celibate and then finding something resembling true love

Shaeda M (it)

The songs were great but that's all