n 1950 15-year old Henry Dodge lives with his mother Maureen and her new husband Bill. Encouraged by his embittered,meddling paternal grandmother, Henry refuses to accept Bill and wishes to keep alive the memory of his father Joey,a decorated Dunkirk hero,killed by a deserter during an air raid. After new class-mate Grace and kindly school teacher Mrs Beaumont have persuaded Henry to forgive Paul Jeffries,the deserter's son, Joey appears,claiming to have lost his memory and anxious to get his family back. But Grace is right to be suspicious of him as Maureen tells her son what a brute the man was as a husband and it turns out that he is a criminal on the run and a liar who has allowed another family to bear the shame that it is his. When Joey abducts Henry and his mother the boy is forced to grow up fast and stand up to him whilst protecting Maureen and bringing another child into the world.
When his father's World War II war medal is posted to him, Henry decides to investigate the mysterious circumstances surrounding his death. But is Henry prepared for the truth? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Claire T (ru) wrote: hated it, thought it was crap, I will not watch this movie ever again, I thought the first boogeyman was crap but this movie is even crapper, I hated this film, I thought it would be better than this
Champ S (it) wrote: interesting enough to watch, emotionally interesting, but not really my type of story.
Judith F (jp) wrote: J,ai detest Alexandre. Bravo a Vincent Perez
Tor M (es) wrote: I did not see the whole film, I missed out on the first 15 and lost bits here and there but I feel I got the grip of it. Ok story with a half creepy mood. The nanny has such a great psycho look, she gives me the creeps even without great amounts of makeup or effects. As for the film it's a bit typical and never hard to figure.A semi creepy thriller that does as it shuld, but nothing more.5 out of 10 greenhouses.
Jessica L (fr) wrote: I havnt seen it lol, but it sounds good to me!!
Greg R (fr) wrote: Both the Short Circuit movies I know have their flaws, but I actually think 1 and 2 are pretty fun and silly at the same time. I actually enjoy them.
Ralph R (it) wrote: This movie is guaranteed to be horrible so here is some Billy Squire for your amusement: "Now everybody, have you heard If you're in the game, then the stroke's the word Don't take no rhythm, don't take no style Got a thirst for killin' - grab your vial... " First person to name that song will get an invisible bowl of rice. Nothing will stifle hunger like Uncle Ben's invisible rice, homestyle.
Joe G (us) wrote: Released in 3-D in 1954, Gog is one of the earliest "robot gone bad" films. If you love classic Sci-Fi, this one's for you.
Private U (jp) wrote: Preston Sturges is a master.
Derek F (ru) wrote: In Dalton's 2nd and final entry, the script is written to better emphasize his darker portrayal of the character in the most violent Bond film at its time of release. This time, instead of taking on a standard Bond villain, he's up against drug lord (played by Robert Davi) who is charismatic and terrifying as he slips into insanity. Lots of scenes are memorable, including the epic truck chase. Pam Bouvier is a tough-as-nails Bond girl, a perfect fit for Dalton, the televangelist makes for good comic relief and we get more screen time for Q.
Chris D (de) wrote: This is the end is a unique movie starring some of the best comedy actors around. It was a fun experience with great humor.
Joshua L (kr) wrote: Its nothing great but I liked it. Its a good time.