We meet Emma about to celebrate her fifth birthday. What she wants most of all is a dog. But Emmas's mom, who is a vet, says that one must be a little older to take care of a dog. But Emma ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Karsten og Petra blir bestevenner
We meet Emma about to celebrate her fifth birthday. What she wants most of all is a dog. But Emmas's mom, who is a vet, says that one must be a little older to take care of a dog. But Emma ...
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Bonnie G (kr) wrote: Better than most we've seen worse movies
Jean M (br) wrote: My favorite Brazilian Movie.
Wilhelm H (kr) wrote: Who wants to kidnap "Damien"? No one. But that is sort of exactly what the poor fellas in this movie do, and so the whole thing turns out to be their nemesis. Not bad and with some suspenseful moments, a good TV proofed cast and all together entertaining enough for a TV or Direct To Video release. And a nice addition to the "evil child" collection... ;)
Shuug M (ca) wrote: Bella still can't act
Eliabeth M (us) wrote: This movie was gross reminds me not to piss off the people waiting on me.
Kelly S (fr) wrote: Loved it but i think she picked the wrong guy
William W (jp) wrote: This would have only been ordinary because it's simply adequately directed, has an entire cast of unknowns save for the star, and is from a clich-riddled script, but this is honestly one of Michelle Pfeiffer's more interesting performances. While she's not entirely convincing as a career-Marine, she's certainly more so than Demi Moore, who tried the stunt not long afterwards, and she's certainly believable as a caring teacher. An intriguing film for Simpson and Bruckheimer to be associated with, this was back in the day, after her career-defining 'Catwoman' role in 'Batman Returns' that she was still getting great starring roles (I greatly look forward to checking her out opposite Daniel Day-Lewis in 'The Age of Innocence'). My favourite work of hers will always be in 'Scarface', but this is right up there IMHO--some really fine acting by her. It's simply a shame only one note was asked of her--had it been a more multi-dimensional character (ie., love or family interests--I've read a possible romance scene with Andy Garcia was left on the cutting room floor so they could focus on her interaction with the students), it would have been even more inviting to watch.
Justice F (gb) wrote: Good documentary but iffy movie c
Ken T (it) wrote: This one wasn't as bad as I thought it would be...It was worth the one look"
Jason B (ru) wrote: It had to happen, I knew it would but I don't think that I was ready for it. To The Wonder is a broken love story and the lowest ranked Terrence Malick film that I have watched. There is little point in going into a story which seems to come and go freely, never caring much for the viewer.