Dylan Sprouse, Jim Belushi and Kris Kristofferson lend their voices to this family-friendly tale about a feisty pack of golden retriever puppies that embarks on an Alaskan adventure. When they find themselves stranded in the northern wilderness, the canine offspring of famed sports star Air Bud team up with an experienced sled dog and a husky pup, who teach them the importance of working together.
Writer:Robert Vince, Anna McRoberts, Kevin DiCicco (character "Air Bud"), Phil Hanley (additional comedy material), Paul Tamasy (characters), Aaron Mendelsoh
In this spin-off of the Air Bud franchise, five pups follow an ice cream transport truck to a plane and end up flying with the ice cream shipment to Alaska. There they find a pup friend and a boy who needs five dogs for a big race. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jake N Cole B (mx) wrote: I don't understand stand the criticism? Was this the greatest movie ever? No, but by far worth more than 9%
Ada D (de) wrote: Resident Evil: Afterlife Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson, the fourth film of the series was shot in stunning 3D. We join Alice on her search for survivors after the deadly T-Virus outbreak. It was short and thrilling, Milla Jovovich brings another great performance. The action scenes were fine and fun especially in 3D, I do think it lacked somewhat in story and execution. We also added a new character Chris Redfield (for those who don't know he is a main character of the popular game franchise.) I think it was a huge mistake to add him in the story halfway through, it makes no sense and the fans of the games do not enjoy it. Overall it was okay but had problems.
Haviva F (br) wrote: so so beautiful !! i am crying. "i am dancing with my father" beautiful song too
Reiyan B (au) wrote: Whatever loser made this movie tried to steal so many styles of movie making and each one was horrible. Including something that felt like he was stealing something from David Lynch's Twin Peaks which really pissed me off. Horrible acting, directing, writing, filming. Pure crap. It gets one star for the having the most random parts with Hitler in it which had the smallest significance to the story but was hilarious.
Alex W (kr) wrote: Not bad! VERY predictable though. I guessed who the survivor(s) were going to be quite early on in the film. As far as a horror movie of this type goes, it gets the job done. More backstory for the inbreds would have been good. Some nice gore, but overall pretty run of the mill. 3/5
shelley r (jp) wrote: Not at all like the TV show...definitely worth watching...as a woman I can completely relate!
Jenifer A (gb) wrote: This is a BEAUTIFUL story about the French sculptors Camille Claudel and Auguste Rodin and their relationship. Watch it if you love tragic love stories and art.
hannah b (fr) wrote: A true story about a group of British soldiers along with a regiment of german jews travelling across Egypt to stop the petrol supply for the nazis; with a few hiccups along the way. It has some witty one liners amongst the drama, it has a great cast with Peppard playing a superb role and Hudson playing a true hero. Its such an interesting film as to see a battle undemined as it was crucial; it is a real classic.
Richard D (it) wrote: The Matt Helm movies are not the tightest, most incisive spy satires around, but I'm not sure anybody should be expecting something along the lines of the Derek Flint films anyway. These films are to the Flint films as Dean Martin is to James Coburn. Where the Flint films are icy and oh-so-cool, these are boozy and casual. Both are very charming in their own ways. What makes this film stand out from the rest of the Helm series is Ann-Margret. I could watch her dance like she does in this film forever. Good stuff if you don't go in expecting a lot.
Arthur M (gb) wrote: Desperdia tempo precioso com propaganda sobre respeitar professores, apesar de entregar bem sua mensagem no restante do filme (o que s mostra o quo intil a propaganda). Se tem problemas no primeiro e segundo ato, o ltimo timo, com um clmax muito acima da mdia
Christopher S (ru) wrote: Much better than the Public Enemies movie. The title was a bit misleading, but overall, still a good movie. The animation was spot on and I appreciate the fact that Kevin Conroy, Tim Daly, Susan Eisenberger and Ed Asner reprised their respective roles.
Kenneth B (us) wrote: A Texas Chainsaw prequel which is beyond pointless. It is also ber violent, so much so that it has a numbing effect. It does feel like they were simply trying to keep up with the torture-porn boom of the time. Ultimately there's no fun to be had here. The first couple of Texas Chainsaw sequels were bizarre and they had a charm. This is a bit of a drag.