Kristin's Christmas Past

Kristin's Christmas Past

Given the opportunity to revisit her estranged family on Christmas Eve, 1996, Kristin Cartwright discovers that while its impossible to change the past, its important to learn from it.

Given the opportunity to revisit her estranged family on Christmas Eve, 1996, Kristin Cartwright discovers that while its impossible to change the past, its important to learn from it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

LinksNameQualitySeedersLeechers

Kristin's Christmas Past torrent reviews

Blair W (it) wrote: The previews made this look better than it was. Had some good humor but the story was dodgy.

Tarniece R (gb) wrote: This is one of my favorite movies. Sad to see this happening in the world still to this day. This movie will defitely open your eyes if someone didn't know about sex trafficking.

Sweet Poetic R (kr) wrote: Beautiful touching feeling kinda movie....Sort of sad in a a way....In that movie i learned that you shouldn't let a love get away no matter what....and also that a family should already be together, not come together when someone dies...I really loved this movie. A very heartwarming movie.....

Sam H (it) wrote: Not very funny, and pretty messed up.

Charlie L (au) wrote: A brilliant scifi idea which is presented well at the beginning of the film but as it goes on it starts to become a dragging film which lasts too long.

Daniel S (gb) wrote: this might have been one of the worst movies ive ever seen...ever

Bill M (au) wrote: If Redford had made a third film with Ritchie, I don't know if we would have a Sundance Festival.

William B (ca) wrote: This is my favorite Adam Sandler movie. Why? Because it's the one that uses the least amount of Adam Sandler cliches. It doesn't have an underdeveloped bull or a competition Sandler has to be better at for his grandma. It's just a tragic love story that works very well. Even thought it has a lot of problems, especially in the first third but then on it's surprisingly well done. The actors are all very good, the writing is actally heartbreaking at times and Rob Schneider isn't ear bleddingly annoying. It's a fun coedy when there'es nothing eles to watch or if your just in the mood.

Kieran S (jp) wrote: Confusing. Goes nowhere.

Nathan R (jp) wrote: Who doesn't love dogs? The animation here is really spectacular, with an astounding variety of dog breeds, designed and presented perfectly. The various dog characters are topped off with some of the best voice acting of this era, with accents and personalities that make the characters instantly recognizable. Though the accents may border the stereotype, for the most part, the characters complete this charming story. Frankly more romantic than Cinderella and Snow White combined, Walt Disney originally thought the famous "Bella Notte" and spaghetti scene would be considered silly and wanted to pull it from the film. However, the combination of some believable characters and wonderful animation makes the script truly come to life (animators actually studied different breeds of dogs for inspiration in the design of the film).

Jacob W (gb) wrote: I find that this movie is often unjustifiably hated because it's not Return of The King. Now, I will admit that the CGI was WAY overdone and that there was far too much content put into this trilogy. However, at least it wasn't bad content. Think of it this way, the Hobbit book was a 1,000 piece puzzle, and the movies we're a 3D hologram 2,000 piece expansion pack to that original puzzle. Was it a bit much? Oh yeah, but was it bad? Not really. We need to understand that "bad" is a word that should be used for movies like Attack of The Clones and the recent Fantastic 4. In Battle of The Five Armies, there was nothing obviously atrocious, just inappropriate. There were no "I hate sand" kind of lines or "Jar Jar" like characters. Any lines that were given to the actors were properly executed and were well written. Honestly, the movie was very well casted. However, because it all deviated from the core story of Bilbo and the Dwarves and simply served as LOTR exposition most of the time, it dragged on quite a bit. And again, the CGI was ridiculous, but not completely unforgivable. Personally, I thought there was more good than bad in this film. Most notably when Thorin had his battle with Azog the Defiler. Anybody who read the book was waiting for this moment particularly and I thought it was executed outstandingly. Also, watching Elrond and Saruman kick arse in that one scene was awesome. There's no argument that could convince me otherwise. I wish people would finally come to terms that the LOTR trilogy is on it's own level and would just stop comparing films to it because there's not one movie that will ever live up to such a standard. I don't even rank those films because they're THAT good. So with the Hobbit trilogy, just pick up the popcorn and enjoy it for what it is. A fun, middle-earth adventure! And if you really hate it because you're a book-snob, then watch the Tolkien edit. However, if you do, I really think you'd be missing out on some great scenes that help the overarching story of the Battle of The Five Armies as well as the rest of the Hobbit Trilogy. I thought these films were great fun to watch and are definitely worth buying on blu-ray or digital HD.