Nine Dog Christmas

Nine Dog Christmas

Animated tale about Santa's reindeer, who have come down with the North Pole flu. Nearsighted elf leader Buzz thinks he's found the perfect replacements, but the makeshift reindeer turn out to be nine stray dogs in an old beat-up wagon! Will this ragged band of canines be up to the task of guiding Santa's sleigh, or will Christmas have to be grounded?

Animated tale about Santa's reindeer, who have come down with the North Pole flu. Nearsighted elf leader Buzz thinks he's found the perfect replacements, but the makeshift reindeer turn out to be nine stray dogs in an old beat-up wagon! Will this ragged band of canines be up to the task of guiding Santa's sleigh, or will Christmas have to be grounded? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Paul D (kr) wrote: Having spent a night in a convent house once, the nuns there are definitely not like these. It is certainly a new concept, although plenty of old themes are explored and it may gain cult value in time, but not right now.

Chris L (au) wrote: An honest look at where it all came together for Lebron James before going pro. Very raw look at how a handful of friends beat the odds and competed at the highest level while having to do it without all the bells and whistles. Lifelong friendships were made. A good one time watch for fans of basketball.

Mattias E (kr) wrote: A shot at the box office perhaps from Tsukamoto, and not really the most obvious carreer choice after the lovable Vital. However, Nightmare Detective is still recognizably Tsukamoto, and contains some very unsettling scenes, even though the director seems more interested in dissecting the human mind rather than the body nowadays. And what a great anti-hero Matsuda Ryuhei is, all whiny and miserable.

Ben J (gb) wrote: This is another one of Seagal's straight to video releases that is worth a look (like Urban Justice). There's a lack of voice-overs and Seagal seems to do a lot of his own fighting. The opening gun battle is also pretty cool.

Jessyca (ag) wrote: Personnellement, je connais beaucoup la cause Tibtaine et je crois que ce documentaire aurait pu tre plus explicite. Un peu due? Probablement puisque a fait quatre ans que j'attendais ce foutu DVD. (haha!) Il dlibre la cause Tibtaine que par le message du Dala-Lama et par quelques brefs dtails de la prsence chinoise, mais on en oublie un peu trop. Tant qu' mettre la vie de gens en danger et provoquer les autorits chinoises je crois qu'on aurait pu faire le coup d'envoi plus fort, mais peut-tre suis-je extrmiste?Je suis une fille des Sciences Humaines dans l'me et je ne peux trouver ce genre de documentaire inutile, mais je crois que ce document rvle plus la place l'espoir et la vide prsence du Dala-Lama que le gnocide/ethnocide (selon les dbats) en tant que tel.

Ian P (jp) wrote: A remarkable stillness and simplicity pervades this film, and rewards those of patience.

Stacey O (gb) wrote: Tried to like it. Nothing original. Characters not very likeable.

David K (de) wrote: that cookie tastes just fine

Jessica K (ru) wrote: Odd foreign film, but great.

Casey B (it) wrote: Just re-watched for the first time in years. An achingly beautiful film in every sense and undoubtedly a highly influential one as well.

Biff L (fr) wrote: This was bad. Really bad.

Hal M (br) wrote: A schoolteacher in Australia is disgruntled to be posted by the authorities to teach in a one-horse little dot in the Outback. Leaving to vacation with his pretty girlfriend on the beach he finds himself waylaid in a certain town where bad things happen to him when he starts running with a bad crowd. Some scenes are actually pretty shocking, but the overall effect is best described as disquieting. A well made low budget on-location film, if you've got the stomach to watch it.

Chiara M (au) wrote: Beautiful even if there's Sophia Loren! I simply LOVE MASTROIANNI!

Ross F (au) wrote: Lacking somewhat in dialogue but suspenseful nonetheless.

Brett C (de) wrote: Review In A Nutshell:I do not know much about Frank Capra's filmography and my knowledge of 1930s cinema is at a novice level. It is films like this that opens my eyes on what I have been missing out on. It Happened One Night was a blast! If one wants to see old fashioned cinema that requires little thought and instead requiring your heart, then this is the perfect film to go to.The film follows the collision of two individuals and the journey they both take together; one is a rich spoiled girl and the other a smart-ass opportunist. Many of its narrative elements are clich but I was able to forgive all that as it was written and directed very well, instilling humour and tenderness in many of its scenes. The events they go through together are simply entertaining to watch; how can one not enjoy the scene where the two leading characters are fake arguing with another in order to get out of a tough situation? The character development in this film is also spread out sporadically, allowing it to come off as natural rather than something forced.The crowning achievement in this film is its chemistry between the two leads, Peter and Ellie. Watching them both together was such a delight; I could simply listen to the banter and the small looks they give each other for hours. Not all of the credit is bestowed upon the film's writers, as the actors that portray them on screen and allow them to come alive are also worthy of such praise. Though the leading characters in this film aren't exactly the most detailed of creations, I cannot imagine anyone else playing these roles besides Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert.Though I had a great time watching this film, I did have some issues that prevent me from giving it a higher score. My concerns lie with the final act, as it lacked the resonance that the first two acts delivered. When the two characters were apart, the film lacked a spark and the cracks in the film's traditional plot becomes too prominent. I understand this film doesn't possess the intensity in its setting and situation as for example Casablanca, but I did hope that the writers were able to conjure up something wonderful in its climax that would have left me in a gasp of wonderment. I didn't think the conclusion and the lead up to it has failed so miserably that everything that I watched preceding it was worthless, as it was acceptable.It Happened One Night could have easily swept me off my feet because of its wonderfully written and acted characters, but sadly the film drops the ball in its third act with its lack of emotional impact, as compared to the events and development that preceded it.

Diego H (au) wrote: Beginners is a rare, witty and sentimental film which wanders through memory, nostalgy and life. This piece subtly shows its viewers how romance, parenthood, and childhood are rather a single sentimental experience, which ocassionally expresses itself through nostalgia, happiness, euphory and hopelessness.

Guido S (ag) wrote: Ben Affleck is a car thief who is about to get out with his cellmate when his cellmate gets shanked. Affleck decides to impersonate his cellmate and hookup with his female admirer who never met his cellmate. Eventually, he finds out his cellmate was a bank robber and they want him to pull a heist at a casino his cellmate worked at. Obviously, he doesn't know anything so he has to make up stuff to prove he is who he says he is. Could have been decent, but despite a decent cast, there are just no characters I care about one way or the other. The story is pretty basic, but towards the end, there is just 1 too many twists when you find out someone who was supposed to be dead isn't and that makes the whole thing seem like a ridiculous workaround for minimal gain.

Jason W (us) wrote: Chevy Chase proves he is still whip smart in the sequel to the outrageous "Fletch." Irwin learns he inherits his Aunts estate in Louisiana and partakes on what is supposed to be some relaxing downtime. Of course that isn't going to happen. Things are not what they seem, and everyone's favorite master of disguise is in over his head. The film provided many laugh out loud moments, snarky lines and Chase's trademark clumsiness. Not as legendary as the first one, but a worthy follow up that doesn't diminish the original. Sincerely, Jane Doe!

Richard D (au) wrote: The more I see of John Ford's films, the deeper my affection for them. They're deeply conservative, but in the best sense of the term. This film may be the best war film produced during the war, partly because of the Fordian focus on the value of duty, teamwork and a picture of home as a source of domestic comfort. It's also an interesting history of the use of the PT Boat in WWII. Wayne is not the star. Robert Montgomery is really the focus, and that shift is important since Montgomery grounds the film, allowing Wayne to play a bit more of an impetuous man of action, which he's better at. Donna Reed is great in a supporting role, but it's not a big role. Many Ford regulars like Ward Bond fill out the film, and Cameron Mitchell has quite a large role for his feature film debut.