This True Life Fantasy follows and shows how the life of a female squirrel, Perri, in the forest is filled with danger and fraught with peril. When not fleeing her natural enemy, the Marten, Perri finds time to fall in love with her prince-charming male squirrel.

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Perri torrent reviews

Thomas G (de) wrote: Alamar is the "story" of a boy named Natan, who is in a string between a divorced couple (an Italian mother and a Hispanic father), and his father strives to remain a figure in his son's life. Therefore, he takes his son to a very small area near the ocean in Mexico, where he learns to fish, to snorkel, and of some of the facts of life. Notice that I put "story" in quotations. That is because the film does not come across as an actual film, but more as a documentary in the way it is filmed and put together. The film is very suttle in the way of it's filming, and it is very quiet. It doesn't feel like they really wanted to bang you over the head with a message. It doesn't even feel like an average documentary. It just feels like they wanted to make it because... well, they wanted to. And that is the spirit of the film which I love so much. Honestly, what I wanted more from the film was to show more of how the boy's mother prepared him, and for them to compare the two. But then again, the film is only an hour and 13 minutes, so I could see why they focused much on the father (and boy, do they go into detail for such a short runtime). It is a nice film. The kind to invite into your house for a day, and send it back on its way home. Inspiring in a way.

Crystal E (de) wrote: i want to see that movie so bad

Brent C (jp) wrote: Well she is definitely her father's daughter. Jennifer Lynch, the daughter of director David Lynch directs this suspense thriller about FBI agents helping the local police investigate some grisly murders. Anyone familiar with her father's films will certainly she her style has been strongly influenced by his. She explores many of the same themes in this one as her father did. We get the strange atmospheric feel, oddball characters, and plenty of violence. Unfortunately, the film doesn't quite hold up from beginning to end nor fool us for quite as long as her father's best films did. Overall it's still a pretty good watch and only being her second film she may have room for some interesting films in the future.

Jorge B (it) wrote: I hope the third part of this wonderful trilogy gets a green light soon.

Bruce B (ca) wrote: This one had Hallmark, Family Channel written all over it, The acting sucked, It was cue card reading from start to finish. About a summer storm producing Softball size hail. A waste of time. This one is in the dollar bin somewhere. 1 Star and Im being nice

Mike D (ag) wrote: I hate Jesse Bradford but the overall message and theme here is wonderous, not to mention it's great to see some actors that you grew up watching

Brandon R (jp) wrote: While Senseless may borror from other thrillers such as Hostel and Oldboy, it somewhat establishes its own personality by maintaing a balance between the moments that make you cringe and the moments that keep you at the egde of you seat.

David B (es) wrote: Good acting and a perfect start for Lee Evans who's on fire here! Not everyones taste but if you love Lee Evans like I do, then watch this!

Alan H (mx) wrote: Great dancing. Plot about a criminal trying to reform is rather silly.

Jessica S (gb) wrote: Quirky comedy that is highly underrated. If you want to see John Malkovich do some comedy then this is a must see.

Blind P (gb) wrote: The Lone Wolf series continues to be highly entertaining. While I consider this episode to be the lowliest of the bunch so far, it still had some ripping moments. I loved the film's opening. I have to go back and rescore the others to 8's, I think. Because if I can't put the Bourne Ultimatum on a 6, as it does do its quick cutting job well enough, and I make it a 7, then the esteem I hold for LWC is not properly reflected. Nothing much to say here. It's the attractive idea in both these films that the individual can be almost superpowered in defiance of all odds as the powers that be seek to destroy one that makes it work for so many people. The Prestige features a dark plotline, great acting, a bit of a twist, and for all that I was waiting for it to end. My response is that of '5', but there just was too much to argue to give it the negative score. Still, I won't need to see it again. Off to rescore Lone Wolf and Cub!

FilmGrinder S (nl) wrote: 79%Just look at the sneaking cast , man!