Little Ears: The Velveteen Rabbit

Little Ears: The Velveteen Rabbit

Narrated by Meryl Streep, this is a version of Margery Williams' classic story about a rabbit that becomes real through the love of a young boy.

Narrated by Meryl Streep, this is a version of Margery Williams' classic story about a rabbit that becomes real through the love of a young boy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Anita Y (ru) wrote: We were not expecting high drama and we were well entertained. Michael had to put duct tape across his mouth to stop him coaching every stroke. HEY, it brought several new junior rowers to our Bermuda community rowing program so THANK YOU to all involved.Were these actors who learned to scull or scullers who learned to act?Nice to see an All American Rowing Camp cap at the Olympic medal ceremony :-)A good film to lose yourself in for a while.Now go find your local rowing club.

Sergio R (au) wrote: A remarkable production design and a impeccable cinematography are the film, because aside of this values, the film is horrible, there is no story, there is no narrative, the sound is awful and non-existent characterization. A journey that explores so many hypnotic shots from a painting, but is just a visual fest that falls hard in all other level, is like the arthouse Transformers.

Billy G (es) wrote: Really good horror movie. Great cast well done. Not just the jumping kind of scary, there are some more freaky / chilling aspects similar to what The Ring did for us but not blatantly copied like The Grude.

Rachael F (us) wrote: Very very good movie

Micheal E (mx) wrote: anton is the most quotable person ever filmed, i love this film, the dandys are one of my favorite bands, and BJM are great too.

Cody L (jp) wrote: A so-so romantic comedy, but with a charming performance by Sandra Bullock.

Juste F (gb) wrote: Unnecessary long scenes and after "Kurdish employe party PKK", it doesn't mean anything...

Thomas K (au) wrote: One of the rare instances where a good play was opened up on the screen and didn't suffer for the filmmakers having done so. Richard Dreyfuss gives a noteworthy performance.

John B (ag) wrote: The director's cut of Ophuls' final film is fascinating and ground breaking for its time. The idea of a retrospect of life put on by a local circus is great. Powerful acting and a memorable tale.

David J (ca) wrote: One of the funniest screwball comedies ever.

Wesley H (de) wrote: A childhood favorite that uses stop motion in a wonderful way.

Conrad T (es) wrote: Like drinking a glass of plain water.

Michael D (us) wrote: Weird. Mostly good weird. But weird.