The dog everyone loves now leaps into the '90s in this all-new exciting, updated version of Lassie! Determined to start a new life in the country, the Turner Family - Dad, stepmom, little ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The dog everyone loves now leaps into the '90s in this all-new exciting, updated version of Lassie! Determined to start a new life in the country, the Turner Family - Dad, stepmom, little ...
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Chanelle S (it) wrote: I love this movie very much!
John M (de) wrote: A lower-budget production made in Spokane, you can see the seams. A mix of veteran actors like Ray Liotta, combined with quite a number of probably-local actors. You can see and appreciate the different in acting skill. An actor like Liotta is obviously more naturally gifted than most of those around him. And, although professionally produced, the movie often comes across as a small, independent film.As with many scripts, you can see plot points coming a ways off. And, things get pretty convoluted as the movie goes along. This pushes things far past the point of any credulity. A major plot point involves a religious fanatic, the always-too-easy go-to place for screenwriters to use for someone who's crazy.There are interesting elements to the movie, but they are undone by the overt theatrics of the plot.
EQ R (es) wrote: Great cast that give good performances suffer from a weak script that has many pacing issues and doesn't know what kind of comedy it wants to be, ranging from light-hearted to dramatic too often. With a slightly miscast Witherspoon I think this film had too many ideas for it to actually carry on with. C-
Borhan K (de) wrote: I saw this and all i have to say is what a waste of my timedon't bother with this film.
Ami P (au) wrote: Not a movie you want to watch in the cinema, but this movie is worth watching when you're laid back and have nothing to do. As a south east asian watching this movie is quite entertaining. Theres a lot of dilemma reflect from real life at the time in this movie. Maybe a little cheesy. :)
Joe B (au) wrote: A beautiful, personal film that touched me in a very deep way. The search for an absent father is something I can relate to, much to my great sadness.
William C (au) wrote: Come on it wasn't that bad.C
hoRtY (ag) wrote: I r3lly lik3 thi$ movi3 @lot :)
Lucas M (us) wrote: The screenplay is not the best, but Clifford have an odd and involving dark humor. Sometimes not so funny, but that call the attention. Fresh.
Brian V (fr) wrote: After reading William Kennedy's eminently overrated Ironweed, winner of the 1984 Pulitzer Prize, I was curious to know what the two preeminent actors of our era could do with the material. This is not a story about two souls down on their luck in depression-era America struggling hard to make it despite terrible odds. Don't expect The Grapes of Wrath or They Shoot Horses, Don't They? The story is about lazy bums (both literally and figuratively) who are inebriated through most of the film and whose idea of hard work involves sexual favors. The antihero Francis Phelan left his family after dropping and killing his infant son, ostensibly in a drunken stupor. He naturally drinks a lot of booze, begs for food, beats his girlfriend and tries to befriend the family he abandoned. At one point in the film, he even berates the ghost of a man he murdered. Nevertheless, I can still enjoy movies featuring despicable, amoral characters provided those characters are interesting. Francis and his girlfriend Helen are not in the least and no amount of exceptional acting could have changed this. Rudy, played brilliantly by singer-songwriter Tom Waits IS an interesting character but used far too sparsely. I would have preferred a feature-length movie of Meryl Streep as Helen singing Tin Pan Alley standards like "He's Me Pal" than this completely forgettable film.
Luc T (de) wrote: One of the worst movies ever.
Aaron G (de) wrote: Watching people get killed has never been more fun.