Heavy Petting

Heavy Petting

Charlie thinks he's met the perfect woman, but in order to be with her, he must first get past her dog. Just when he thinks all is lost, he realizes that he loves the dog too! Now he must do everything he can to keep them both.

When Charlie meets Daphne - the girl of his dreams - he never expects he'll have to battle past her pet dog "Babydoll" to woo her. And just when it seems he can't beat the beast and all is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Heavy Petting torrent reviews

Don S (de) wrote: This thriller was better than average. The pacing is a bit slow and the mocking of Christian beliefs was overdone, but I still enjoyed it. Liv Tyler is always worth watching, and the story is feasible. Give it a look.

Berni E (ca) wrote: Excellent film - very thought provoking, but not always easy to watch.

Jessica H (ru) wrote: One of the best no bullshit movies I have seen in a long time. . .very inspiring as well!

Ashlee P (nl) wrote: This is quite an odd take on the story of Robin Hood. It wasn't bad. just odd. I expected their acting to be worse. It was pretty good.

pupkie p (br) wrote: i lOved the boOk ! the boOk was realy good !

Scott Don J (jp) wrote: not bad not great just a average British gangster story..nice torture scenes good story

Eduardo A (kr) wrote: Nice movie, but Jim Carrey is a tornado of pure comedy.

Michael S (mx) wrote: Poorly made creature feature in the Gremlins/Ghoulies vein that's not scary or gory enough.

MEC r (kr) wrote: I did not really like this movie.

Hannah C (nl) wrote: Seriously... Buy 1 get shit 1 free or wot

paul s (de) wrote: not the best of story lines, but still a good martial arts film to see..

Ryan W (gb) wrote: A sequel that is just as funny and warm hearted as the original..........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,......?...

Kevin M W (au) wrote: While certainly qualifying as quality film-making, Kubrick's Vietnam entre also shows signs of aging. Much of the dialogue has that grammar school feel of trying one-ups-manship that was tiring in grammar school (except for the remarkable Lee Ermey, who stills radiates like nuclear meltdown). Still a work worthy of your time.

Pammy D (it) wrote: Oh Lordy once again with the Redford vision there is much to praise and yet so often the feeling of no substance because there is nothing new or shocking about the disillusionment of ideals Very solid acting by the cast. And there is some beautiful cinematography and lighting.