Shiloh

Shiloh

An abused beagle runs away from his owner. On the road, he meets young Marty Preston and follows him home. The boy immediately forms a bond with the dog and names him Shiloh. His stern father won't let him keep the dog because it belongs to Judd Travers, a local hunter. After Shiloh is mistreated again, he runs away and returns to Marty. Knowing his father will once again make him bring Shiloh back to Judd, he makes a home for the dog in an old shed up the hill from the Prestons' house and hides him from his family. His secret is soon discovered when a stray attacks the dog one night and he must turn to his father for help.

Directed by Dale Rosenbloom, Shiloh is a drama, family film which revolves around Marty Preston, a small-town Southern boy. He must rescue a young beagle from abusive owner and recluse Judd Travers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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John C (it) wrote: Although the storyline by itself isn't the greatest, a film of the story could have had some potential, however both the actors and film makers weren't able to quite pull it together. Jessica, a young lady from the country, moves into the big city and into The Dante hotel. Immediately, she's drawn into something beyond her current understanding, as she starts to see murdered bodies popping up and yet later, it becomes apparent she didn't see what she thought she saw. The other tenants at The Dante seem to know more about her than she's ever told them which adds to her confusion and nothing seems normal, not even the used-to-be-normal Evan, the proverbial handsome guy next door she falls for in the beginning. I was one that only had half of the story figured out by the ending, however the actual ending was a tad more disappointing than even the one I had in my head. I think if they had dropped the horror part of this movie and made it more thriller, i.e. showing Jessica the bodies the way they were shown has no real baring on the whole reason there is even this circle of eight, it might have been better, but alas, they didn't.

Sylvester K (ru) wrote: Predictable, it started off quite well, but degenerated to genre cliche. It doesn't matter if you watch it or not, because there's really nothing interesting about the film. Impressive cast though, they really could have done so much more with the film if the script was better.

Niral G (br) wrote: Although very interesting to see the merger of Yash Raj and Disney, this movie was a complete waste of time. After about 20 minutes, I was ready for this movie to be over. The animation was pretty embarrassing for a Disney movie, the songs were completely random and boring, the plot was predictable, and the dialogues were cliche. Overall a disappointing movie.

Leigh R (ag) wrote: Cast was perfect for this. They did a great job. I liked the storyline but did seem to get bored pretty easily with it. All-in-all it was a prety good movie, but it could definitely use a little something.

Robert V (de) wrote: I find it offensive that God helps a sports team make other teams lose in a game where the winners are exhaled solely through the public humiliation of the losers. The coach saves his job, but some coach of some rival team has to lose. If you believe in God, do you believe that God's will is that the world be separated into winners and losers? I find the idea monstrously sacrilegious. Sports has corrupted the education system so that coaches are paid $19,000,000 while most faculty, even the ones who earned a PhD are adjunct and paid fast food worker wages.

Jacob B (ru) wrote: Planet 51 boasts a talented voice cast, impressive (albeit not Pixar-esque) animation and an interesting premise centering on what would happen if humans were considered aliens on a planet inhabited by species exactly like them as well as a few chuckles. However, the film's unoriginal plot and over-reliance on pop-culture references and suggestive jokes to get its laughs leave the film mostly forgettable.

Bob S (kr) wrote: highly uneven, but very enjoyable in sections... maybe 3 innings altogether

Dane P (au) wrote: Visually striking especially for 1940 Gezz the animation is spectacular. My only gripe is that its pretty uneven in its delivery. Some sequences go on longer than needed like the one involving greek mythology. Whatever its still timeless

Alexander C (us) wrote: Could watch this sometime if i can find.

Scott R (br) wrote: Disturbing, yet insightful look into an artist's perspective.

Anders A (it) wrote: Black dreadful comedy ala Cronenberg. Set in benzodiazepines capital, Hollywood. Cronenberg unfold his fold, describing the soreness of souls involved with acting. Realistic of not, it surly is not made up by thin air. A horror truth of the past, is clutching it's way back to L.A. I enjoy the "new" Cronenberg.

Fernando G (ca) wrote: Another Pixar movie that reached my heart.