Heart of a Dog

Heart of a Dog

Old Prof. Preobrazhensky and his young colleague Dr. Bormental inserted the human's hypophysis into a dog's brain. Couple of weeks later the dog became "human looking". The main question is "Is anybody who is looking like a man, A REAL MAN?"

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Heart of a Dog torrent reviews

noha H (ca) wrote: Aside from the annoying preaching lines...I found it really moving

Paul D (ru) wrote: The hook is all in the dilemma faced by the parents as it's such a difficult and impossible situation to be in.

Jesus H (ru) wrote: average. it's good to see so many hispnic actors in a movie

Nikki A (ca) wrote: The story of three children with parental issues centered around the market of a small indonesian village. Stresses the importance of a wife and mother's love to the unity and happiness in a family unit.

Luc T (mx) wrote: This movie is very entertainnf

Terence Marcus t (kr) wrote: this 1 of my fav christmas time shows yo

Julia L (nl) wrote: I never get sick of this movie, and in fact, I kind of like it better than the Broadway production. The music is great as well as the cast. Definite must watch.

Ned I (es) wrote: This is real comedy.

Steve G (jp) wrote: I had two very different impressions over the course of watching this film:firstly, literally zero story. none. just several hours of poor people being poor, and then someone dies from a cold. lacking anything resembling structure. It's not that I can't watch poor people (I love Slumdog Millionaire), it's that there's no reason to watch poor people doing nothing other than being poor. It was mostly incredibly listless, especially in its pacing. However, despite all of the aforementioned flaws, it was significantly bolstered by the realism in the last 15 minutes or so. The final eighth of the film was so well done, that it gave new meaning to the previous seven. It was very powerful. Reminiscent, in some ways, of Mystic River. And the music was used to full effect. Well acted. Props for the train scene & capturing some of the playfulness of childhood very well.It still won't ranked VERY highly because of the tedious nature of the majority of the viewing experience. but without the final eighth, it would be considered much lesser.A side issue... the mother's voice. Might sound superficial, but I honestly wanted to turn it off countless times to keep from listening to it. the end of every sentence sounded like a whistle-pitched noise being raised, as though it were in the form of a question, no matter what was said. it was almost too much to handle.

Steve G (ca) wrote: Probably my favourite of the Tracy serials. This was the most interesting. The most in-depth & psychological in terms of villainy. Conway had a Bogey-esque edge about him. Love the B-movie noir stuff! MAN, I wish they made more than just 4 of these! It's somewhat intended for youth, yet is incredibly dark & manic & sinister. It never gets old to me.

Frances H (mx) wrote: So bad, it's funny. especially that the people who've been smoking get so manic! You can tell that the people who wrote this did so for an audience that knew nothing about the subject. Today, even those who have no familiarity with marijuana would know that it has the opposite affect and leaves one very laid back, and so nobody could be taken in by it.

David L (it) wrote: This tale has been around for ages and although I've seen snippets of it before, I've never actually sat and watched the whole thing through in one sitting. Now I have it makes a little more sense. We're put straight into the action with a plane having already crashed, and we pick up the aftermath of several young boys attempting to get to safety on a nearby island. At this stage, there are no casualties, just an injured pilot, as the survivors look around their new temporary home until help arrives. As the days pass, hunger mounts, and tension flares, the young lads begin to divide with two leaders forming; one being mr sensible and one being mr practical, the latter winning control over most of the other followers. However, as night falls and panic sets in, fateful events begin to occur which consolidate the divide between the two tribes, until there is just one single boy left on one side, fighting for his life not only on the island, but from his former friends. It was like a hardcore Boy Scouts movie with a mixture of mature but adolescent children attempting to get by without parents, some more able to adapt than others. I was confused as to what they all represented, as in were they a football team, Boy Scouts, school trip etc as I didn't think that was clear. I also wondered what happened to the 2nd pilot, because unless I was mistaken, there was one ill one, and one that briefly appeared before assuming he swam off - was he the reason the rescue team were called? It wasn't gory in nature, but there were some strong references to violence, particularly because death scenes are always more powerful when involving kids, and can be that tad more emotional. I enjoyed finally watching this but you only really get familiar with a handful of the characters as all the others are just plebs that switch sides at some point during the story. On that basis it's not really a thoroughly action packed plot, but just an intriguing one that places a large emphasis on the conclusion. This wouldn't make me want to get my head into the book, or watch the black and white original, but it's a relatively classic production that is now ticked off my list of 'Want to See'

Roy N (es) wrote: Outside of the Shaft movies, this is my favorite blaxploitation movie, its gritty and funny, Ossie Davis was a great actor and a great director.