Miss Potter

Miss Potter

The story of Beatrix Potter, the author of the beloved and best-selling children's book, "The Tale of Peter Rabbit", and her struggle for love, happiness and success.

Miss Potter is the story of Beatrix Potter, the author of the beloved and best-selling children's book, "The Tale of Peter Rabbit". The film is also her struggle for love, happiness and success. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Miss Potter torrent reviews

OlliMatti T (au) wrote: Juoneltaan kauheaa roskaa oleva ylipitk fantasia, on viihdyttv hmp, jonka hauskuus piilee tarinan tulevaisuuden nkymss, vuodessa 2013.

Sean R (gb) wrote: They made a sequel to this shit!?

Christian G (mx) wrote: Divertida, aunque no original, las voces son lo mejor, pero a los nios les importa un carajo el reparto y es son el pblico meta.

Darryl P (mx) wrote: the movie was good, but why in the heck would they say that all of these people were in the movie and some were only in there for 30 seconds or so, really they should have been just guest appearances!

Mike L (ag) wrote: Not worthy of any of the other films.

Corey M (nl) wrote: Haha I love this movie. Idk why ..Hmmmmm possibly because of Jennifer Love Hewitt .... Yupp that's the reason!!!

Dong W (ag) wrote: It's the masterpiece of Mr Zhang Yimao. It's the most magnificent film of modern China.I strongly recommend it to you.

Sin O (es) wrote: will always be a favourite!

Senor C (kr) wrote: Bat 21 is barely talked about in the Vietnam war genre which is really too bad. It's a damn good movie. A strong triple shot cast w/ Gene Hackman, Danny Glover & 'Snowman' Jerry Reed. For those who like balls out Nam movies like Rambo or masterful ones like Platoon you might be disappointed but there is a lot of strength in the story of a man who is past his war time prime downed behind enemy lines who must wait & survive until the heat has cooled so he can be rescued. Glover is Hackman's eyes in the sky who never got the military promotions that he rightfully deserved but w/ his compassion for his fellow man is the beacon of perseverance. Hackman rarely gives you a bad movie & Bat 21 is one that should have a little more notoriety & not be as neglected as it seems to be

Matt L (es) wrote: A cult film if ever there was one; the first film I saw in the first film class I ever took...

William W (gb) wrote: Growing up, my introduction to the great hard-boiled work of Mickey Spillane was the TV series 'Mike Hammer', in which Stacy Keach was the ninth of the 11--so far--to portray the private eye. I was sad when the series was cancelled because he had been jailed for smuggling cocaine, but I always kept an eye out for his fine acting in the realm of cinema. This led to my great enjoyment of his work in 'The Ninth Configuration', 'W.', and 'Escape from L.A.', and when I saw that he was in this TV-movie, found in my 50-film Mill Creek pack, 'Nightmare Worlds', I was extremely enthused, though I had never seen any films by director Burt Kennedy, though I had heard of him. Keach is definitely one of my favourite character actors in contemporary or recent (post-1970) cinema.Though on a very low budget, with seven children and two adults, a car and a farmhouse, this 'Children of the Corn'-meets-'Deliverance'-meets-'Lord of the Flies' is really worth your time. It brings mood, despair and desperation together in a bewitching concoction, and is suspenseful, without resorting to gore or other gimmickry (judging from the lurid glances Keach's Jimmy got from the oldest girl, Martha, I think I can assume any modern-day remakes wouldn't pass up that plot-possibility, or possible incest between the coming-of-age characters), and at the same time, without resorting to cheesy, Hallmark-movie-of-the-week pat easy solutions to the crisis that not only the two kidnapped adults face, but the seven children, in their bleak, desperate, no-future situations do as well.Heartily recommended for the whole family. This is one film that parents and their children could watch together and talk about afterwards, for such questions as, 'Why did the children feel it was necessary for parent-type people to be around?' I wish more self-obsessed teenagers and young adults of today could watch this and think about how blessed they really are to have the parents and family that they do have. It might make an important difference in their lives. THAT is one of the beautiful and compelling mysteries of cinema.

Manolo P (de) wrote: This movie was really nice to watch. Exciting, entertaining and also stressful and creepy like a movie of this kind should be.

Ryan T (es) wrote: What's not to love. Seriously, totally delivered. I'm one happy camper!! Ha ha, get it...Camper..Scouts, I'm being clever. Stop being such a douchebag and just watch it, you can thank me later!

Forrest L (de) wrote: I think the kids will like this one.