My Dog Killer

My Dog Killer

Môj pes Killer is a one-day drama portraying eighteen-year-old Marek living near the Slovak-Moravian border with his dad and his racist friends. However, Marek's best true friend is his dog. His life is shaken up when he discovers the secret of his lost mother Marika.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:2013
  • Language:Slovak,Czech
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:racism,   racist,   gypsy,  

Marek has no real friends except his guard dog and hangs out with skinheads. When his dispirited mother reappears in his life, Marek faces a horrible predicament. An authentic and hypnotic ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


My Dog Killer torrent reviews

Magda M (gb) wrote: do Testosteronu sie nie umywa, ale Adamczykowe 'jeb' jest genialne;)

Salyn K (us) wrote: Yeah should be more carful

Li (mx) wrote: The Dark Hours had a decent enough cast, and a somewhat interesting plot, but once in touched the story line it was electrifying. I couldn't stop watching until the end, when it once again became odd and kind of slow. I loved the ending intensity, but the very end scene was too out of the blue. I loved how though it was gorey, the gore didn't rule the movie, and though it was pyschological, it didn't ask too much of your mind. Watch and be amazed at how far a small budget and unknown actors can go. You can be scared by the "underdog"

Greg D (gb) wrote: Jennifer Lopez couldn't be more charming, but 'Maid in Manhattan' is formulamatic and predictable.

ehneeyer l (ca) wrote: We all have to learn a little in order to grow together. There are many children who face divorce. In the movie "Stepmom" directed by Chris Columbus. He portrays a family who has fallen apart and must work together for the sake of their children's. This film came out Dec 25, 1998. The story began with two women trying to win the kids heart. Jackie, a divorced mother of two, and Isabel the career-minded girlfriend of Jackie's ex-husband Luke, who enter the life of Jackie and Luke's children. Later on in the movie these two women develop friendship and accept the fact that the children will have two mom. Jackie and Luke Harrison are a divorced couple that are struggling to help their children Anna and Ben be happy with this sudden change of lifestyle. Anna and Ben, the two children of Jackie and Luke, have to accept the fact that their parents are divorced and that there is a new woman in their father's life. Isabel is young and pretty. She is a successful photographer. She tries her best to treat the kids to like her and in a way that makes them still feel at home. But she is busy with her work and doesn't pay attention to the kids. But Jackie, the real mother don't understand that work can be important to her as much as the kids. However, Jackie is diagnosed with cancer which is discovered to be serious. She experiences negative emotions, angry at the woman who she feels played a role in her broken family, and angry at the fact that after all of the sacrifices she made for her family, she will not even get to see her children grow up. The two women finally bond when Isabel finds out the truth about Jackie, while Jackie in turn praises Isabel's hipness as a means to connect with Anna. Isabel finally lets her guard down when she tearfully tells Jackie her biggest fear is that on Anna's wedding day, all Anna will wish for is her mother's presence. Through her own tears, Jackie says her own fear is that Anna will forget her. Jackie explains to Isabel that, while Jackie will always have their past, Isabel will have their future. The film ends with the family celebrating Christmas. Jackie, bedridden from her illness, is visited in her room by Ben and Anna. Individually, Jackie tells her children after giving them their presents that even though she will die, she will always be with them as long as they remember her. Later that day, Isabel is taking a family picture of Luke and Jackie with their children. Jackie demonstrates her acceptance of Isabel by inviting her to join them in the picture. Isabel join them and both women are shown happily in a photo side by side, finally at peace with one another.This movie was heartwarming and sad. The fact that Jackie was ill, leaving the children with the stepmom. But the stepmom is nice and she really cared about the kids. It was good that the two mom work things out for the sake of the kids. In the movie I see that the kids was really hurt about the fact that their parents divorce. They have to try to work and adapt to the new lifestyle that they didn't ask for and they really try to make their kids happy. I would recommend this movie to parents who are divorced because this movie show great way how parents should handle their divorce. Instead of brainwashing their children this movie show great example on how to handle divorce situation. I also recommend this movie to children who gone through divorce as well.

Steven L (br) wrote: Complex and dreamlike, we never fully know what is real and what is part of the narrator's dreams. But we do know this film touches on several themes: the power of memories and of words, the importance of human connection, the perspective of "an outsider". Each scene could stand on its own as a short film, there's so much going on in single takes.The images created by the director alternate between haunting and celebratory. It's a rich experience.

Russell G (us) wrote: For a movie about a ladies-man going from hookup to hookup, it seems surprisingly tame. The movie gets its name because this master womanizer is teaching two of his friends the tricks of his trade. Meanwhile, his sister and her friend are on a mission to sabotage him. The problem is the dialogue between the player and his pupils is not that funny. In addition, the women in this movie are portrayed more as sexy and do not provide much comedic value. Who says these characters cannot do both? Much of the movie feels like a collection of lead-ins for a porn, which is not a good thing. It is not all bad though. At least things pick up later, as the main character finds himself in a sticky mess. Side characters like Bernie Mac and Gilbert Godfried actually provide the best laughs. It is too bad the circus of different characters does not kick in sooner. There are funny moments here and there but in general, there is not enough humor in the mix to make this go.

Christopher T (us) wrote: i forgot how good this was

john h (jp) wrote: I liked it! It was obviously generic & the creature could've been less comical but i liked it. I like the story. This too would be a real good one to remake w/a bigger budget & better actors! Its weird but its like this movie disapeared off the face of the earth. I tried to rent this all over the place w/no luck. When I ask people about it they look at me like I'm speaking Chinese. I finally watched it on youtube if anyones interested.

Thomas K (es) wrote: It's a disappointment considering that it was thought if anybody could crack the tough nut that is Jean Genet it would be Fassbinder. It was his last film and when he committed suicide shortly after finishing I was sincerely devastated. It's still something to see and many gay men consider it to be a very important moment in their young lives, and they're probably right.

James H (jp) wrote: Fun and dramatic, most enjoyable.

Lea W (fr) wrote: Jolie is in this movie so obviously it is a good one. Lara Croft is nt your average lady let me put it like that I don't see any real problem with this movie I think it is good.

Thomas B (gb) wrote: **It's really not very good, but I can't deny that the visuals and the surprisingly stylish direction from John Moore didn't keep me interested.

Lorne D (au) wrote: Not a bad movie. Great performance by Kevin Kline. Good story with an uplifting ending!