Little Boy

Little Boy

An eight-year-old boy is willing to do whatever it takes to end World War II so he can bring his father home. The story reveals the indescribable love a father has for his little boy and the love a son has for his father.

Little boy is a powerful and moving film about a little boy who is willing to do whatever it takes to bring his dad home from World War II alive. The story centers on a 7-year-old boy, Pepper Flynt Busbee, who is devastated when his father enlists in the army during World War II. It begins from the very moment he is born when his father cradles him in his arms and mentions how small he is. When Pepper is examined by a doctor the physician is asked if the child is a midget. However, the doctor says that the term is offensive and suggests that he is just a "little boy." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Little Boy torrent reviews

Ken W (it) wrote: What they did to Tommy Chong was a crime itself. It was wrong and evidence of fascism in America, under the Bush administration, as well as an enormous waste of tax payers money. The war on drugs is a war on people.

Holly M (it) wrote: music was alright, but the poor editing throughout made it just painful to watch.

Fran H (ru) wrote: Jack Nicholson portrays a caricature of a stiff, uninteresting insurance salesman with no life and no personality. He retires, his wife dies, and I kept waiting for something interesting to happen. But it never does. About halfway thru I turned it off in boredom. Now I'm a huge Jack Nicholson fan, the guy is always watchable and brilliant. But this wasn't funny or interesting, and at most it made you feel sad for a guy with no life who never does anything interesting and is just unhappy. I guess the point of the movie is that old white guys who live their lives like they thought were supposed to are unhappy or something. Ok, got it. Very disappointing movie.

Dax S (au) wrote: Not bad, but a little slow and odd at times.

Matt G (us) wrote: Good set up, bad delivery. As if I was asked to pick a card, and the magician guessed my card was a zebra.

Brent M (au) wrote: The original 'Wall Street' has always been one of my favorite films of all time, so the thought of a sequel naturally peaked my interest. Could Michael Douglas bring back Gordon Gekko with the same powerful and evil nature he'd first portrayed? Could Oliver Stone make a sequel that rivaled the tones and story of the first film? Would Shia LeBeouf make a good addition to the cast and story? The answer to all three questions was a resounding YES! Gordon Gekko is back, and Mr. Stone superbly crafts a story that takes you through numerous emotional curves. I left the theatre wanting to change myself for the better because of what I learned through the story.

Cedric L (jp) wrote: Slightly better but still very bad.