A retired veterinarian living in a remote Scottish village encounters a goat who thinks he's a dog, an Admiral who's afraid of the water and a beaver who was raised by rabbits. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A retired veterinarian living in a remote Scottish village encounters a goat who thinks he's a dog, an Admiral who's afraid of the water and a beaver who was raised by rabbits.
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Bruno R (ca) wrote: Fails to keep you interested.
Sharon N (de) wrote: This remains my favourite movie of the decade. I've watched it over and over again and never get sick of it. Strong performances from so many in the cast. Just magic. Christian Bale was brilliant, truly transformed. He's one of the best actors out there. I knew he was going to be great the first time I saw him in that amazing movie Empire of the Sun. 5/5
Dennis B (ru) wrote: Old actors trying to show they're old by being old in a movie
Tincho M (jp) wrote: Best Potter yet... since Yates.
Tristan G (ag) wrote: So bad that it's good!
Brad P (br) wrote: 3.5/5 - Maggie Gylenhaaal was good in this movie, was worth seeing.
Claude S (mx) wrote: Go fuck your self you stupid bullshit ass mother fuckers, this is a great film, go fucking find a new occupation because this isn't the right one for you
Thomas B (ru) wrote: Great inspirational movie!
marissa is forever in love (it) wrote: mi fav movies hands down no question
Maxwell S (au) wrote: A masterpiece of great proportions. While it is fierce and openly unforgiving, it more than effectively interprets the horrors of Malle's childhood. This film's atmosphere is probably the most consistent of almost all films. Here's why; the film hints at the same knowledge throughout, so we basically already know everything, but it's how it comes out to play that makes the film (or any film) so magical. While it may just seem like it's not enough to fill up the entire film without making it dull and somewhat empty, it proves that each scene has a consistent atmosphere that makes our main character, Quentin, feel trapped by literally everything going on around him. It can be felt with a strong sense, for every second of this film. Malle does suggest a further stretch of imagination to understand it all early on in the film, and even more to realize it's brilliant scheme, but it's not even just it's construction either! It's so beautiful, and visually mastered. Every inch of each shot just connects with the mood and thoughts of this scene. This is a film that an average viewer should stay away from.
Brooke W (nl) wrote: I don't know why, but I loved this movie, growing up
Ben W (us) wrote: im not one to give into hype. everyone says ashes and diamonds is wajdas best film, at least of the war trilogy. turns out, theres a reason they say that. i enjoyed watching kanal, the previous film, but this one takes the cake. and not just bc of cybulskis performance (which, for some reason, is always compared to james dean. i dont see it), which is great. it is a great, whole movie. there are plenty of films out there that are great bc of one aspect or a couple put together. its much rarer to have a film that combines just about the best of everything.
Irish E (us) wrote: Desk set is a cute little film. It is entertaining but not laugh out loud funny. Joan Blondell really stands out as Peg. She stole every scene that she appeared in.
Mauricio J (br) wrote: Un verdadero clasico del cine