Shiloh 2: Shiloh Season
After young Marty Peterson rescued Shiloh from his abusive owner, Judd Travers, he thought his troubles were over. But when Judd starts threatening to take "his" dog back, Marty is afraid of losing the best friend he's ever had. Even after Shiloh's keen senses help save Judd's life, the old man refuses to mend his mean-spirited ways, convincing everyone in town he's just too nasty to change. Now, in a long-short gamble to keep the dog he loves, Marty sets out to prove that just like a mistreated animal, a man filled with hate can be healed by the power of kindness.
- Stars:Zachary Browne, Scott Wilson, Michael Moriarty, Ann Dowd, Caitlin Wachs, Rachel David, Rod Steiger, Marissa Leigh, Joe Pichler, Colin MacDonald, Dawn McMillan, John Short, Bonnie Bartlett, Kathleen Rose, Rachel Winfree,
- Director:Sandy Tung,
- Writer:Phyllis Reynolds Naylor (novel), Dale Rosenbloom (screenplay)
After young Marty Peterson rescued Shiloh from his abusive owner, Judd Travers, he thought his troubles were over. But when Judd starts threatening to take "his" dog back, Marty is afraid ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Shiloh 2: Shiloh Season torrent reviews
(br) wrote: una pelotudez terrible.
(ru) wrote: A mediocre movie that strains believability. I just didn't buy the too clever premises that the story puts forth.
(it) wrote: Beautiful film making.
(ag) wrote: How have I not seen this movie until now?
(br) wrote: Filmmaking is a serious business. These people who made this movie will certainly agree. But what I can't understand is what they were thinking or maybe even taking when they decided to make this film- which has a premise that is so unbelivably ridiculous, that a certain hatred grew in me towards all the important people involved in this film. That is quite an achivement.Why did this hatred grow, you ask? Because the filmmakers had the assuming, uncaring and generally brain-dead notion that this film about a dog and a dolphin falling in love could pass off as entertainment. They believed that the audience couldn't care less about what was going on in the movie- If there was some kind of action, they would be satisfied. They committed what I believe is a very serious error. They grossly (an appropriate word) underestimated the audience and in their case- more importantly, the market. That is why I hate the film so much. I will admit, however, that this the kind of film that isn't worth hating. It's so ridiculous, it's nearly impossible to even care about the characters or anything going on. But I do. It's the fact that they didn't even try to make this premise into a workable idea. The idea of a dog and a dolphin falling in love is almost totally unfilmable. But for some reason, the filmmakers decided that it was, and every person who went to see this film was conned, in my opinion. Every film ever made should have a certain degree of ambition. When one commits to something like this, one should have achieved something that one should feel proud of. This is why this film gets zero stars.Because nobody involved with this offensive piece of junk cared at all to make a movie that I, or everyone else who saw it, would spend nearly 100 minutes out of our lives watching it. It's robbery, really. It violates the very idea of a moviegoer's passion for movies. It violates the very notion of why someone goes to see a movie. That's one of the highest movie-going crimes a film can commit, really. In addition to being one of the worst ideas ever for a movie, it is also totally predictable and devoid of originality.
(fr) wrote: Tragic and sad. In a way it made me glad that I was not a professional sportsman. It also shows the struggles in England to make ends meet, socially and economically.
(br) wrote: Not the greatest acting. It was kinda boring.
(nl) wrote: that s a great performance by Paul Newman as the boxeur Rocky Graziano, with all the exasperation of the Italian Ghetto, alcohol and daggers, then there is the Jewish girl, the punches and the redemption of a miserable
(it) wrote: 84% Typical Brits, taking tea during a shootout. A bit slow until the opera scene, then it's a fast final act. Lorre and Celia Lovsky were terrific villians.
(de) wrote: Solid but unremarkable western with decent performances all round, but little in the way of action or tension. Nice to see Tracy in a western though.
(de) wrote: Based on a series of Rolling Stone articles by Aaron Latham, this romance was set in the world of L.A.'s hip fitness scene. Rolling Stone reporter Adam Lawrence (John Travolta) comes to L.A. to write a story about a prominent businessman who's been arrested for drug dealing (shades of the John DeLorean scandal). He's also decided to research a piece on the exercise fad and how health clubs have become the "singles bars of the '80s." His boss (real-life Rolling Stone editor Jann Wenner as himself) OK's the project. At a club called The Sports Connection, an incognito Adam meets the regulars, including promiscuous Linda (Laraine Newman), airhead Sally (Marilu Henner) and aerobics instructor Jessie (Jamie Lee Curtis), a former Olympic swimmer. Adam and Jessie begin a romance, but it ends when she discovers that he's there to trash her and the club in print. Conflicted, Adam wrestles with publishing the story, but the final decision isn't his. A director of sincere, sober dramas, James Bridges was an odd choice to helm the romantic Perfect (1985), widely considered one of the decade's notorious cinematic misfires. Bridges had enjoyed much greater success with his previous collaboration with Travolta, Urban Cowboy (1980).