Jessica, the daughter of an impoverished apple farmer, still believes in Santa Claus. So when she comes across a reindeer with an injured leg, it makes perfect sense to her to assume that it is Prancer, who had fallen from a Christmas display in town. She hides the reindeer in her barn and feeds it cookies, until she can return it to Santa. Her father finds the reindeer an decides to sell it to the butcher, not for venison chops, but as an advertising display.

The movie follows Jessica Riggs, an 8-year-old girl, who nurses a wounded reindeer she believes is one of Santa's. Jessica takes it upon herself to contact Santa and return the reindeer to him before Christmas. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Prancer torrent reviews

Alex G (mx) wrote: To quote Roger Ebert from his review of North: I hated this movie. Hated hated hated hated hated this movie. Hated it.

Glenn C (ag) wrote: In the 80s director Jack Sholder made a string of movies for New Line Cinema and he became one of the best genre directors on the scene. Following the fantastic shocker 'Alone in the Dark' and 'Nightmare on Elm Street 2' he made what he and many others consider to be his best film, The Hidden. Roger Ebert described it as a cross between Invasion of the Body Snatchers and The Terminator and that's a spot-on description. Kyle McLachlan stars as an FBI agent on the trail of a parasitical creature who skips from person to person, turning each victim into ultra violent, homicidal maniacs who have a penchant for heavy metal music. Teaming up with a local cop, McLachlan's character frantically follows a trail of bodies, hunting this alien creature before it finds its way to a position of absolute power. While not quite a horror film, this clever and engaging sci-fi flick takes a familiar story and turns it into something fresh and new (for its time). Its well paced and well acted and stands up after all these years. I think it's a great movie but sadly a terrible sequel was made in the early 90s and apparently a new remake is in the pipeline... damn it. If you've never seen The Hidden then check it out. It was only 3 movies later that Jack Sholder made his last good film. lol.

Nadeem M (mx) wrote: Much more slow-paced than I was expecting, but once I got past that, I really enjoyed this. I found myself sympathising with both of the main characters, even though one of them had committed atrocities in the war, which added a very human element to the film.

Luke R (au) wrote: "News travels fast. Even in the desert." HOW?

Daniel S (fr) wrote: Probably the best basketball movie ever made and just a great, positive movie all around.

Spencer Z (nl) wrote: Great 80s movie! Loved it!

brian j (us) wrote: Absolutely brilliant from start to finish.If you are of a certain age when cinema was quite different and you enjoy musicals you won't want to miss this. In fact if you agree with what I have written I am sure that you have already seen it.Watch this in a bluray restored version otherwise you will have to suffer the awful years old recordings that some distributors still try to sell. Bluray is the way to go. I watched this film again as a digital download on my iPhone 6+ on the day that Ron Moody died at the age of 91. Thank you for the memories and the entertainment. We never met but I was sad to hear the news. I send my thoughts to your family.

Jaime B (us) wrote: Cautivante thriller con una magistral direccin.