Someone Like Hodder

Someone Like Hodder

Hodder is nine years old. He lives on his own with his father, who works nights as a bill poster. One night a fairy appears to Hodder and asks him to save the world.

Hodder is nine years old. He lives on his own with his father, who works nights as a bill poster. One night a fairy appears to Hodder and asks him to save the world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Someone Like Hodder torrent reviews

Stephen C (ag) wrote: The director's previous work (Big Gay Musical) was a black out bingo of every single gay movie cliche in the book. This movie feels like a re-imagined version of 'The Fluffer', but for good reason with one of the actors from 'The Fluffer' wrote the novel this movie is based off of. Where the 'Fluffer' had a bit of a noir feel, this film has a bit more of a comedy feel to it with some great supporting characters.

Talan C (au) wrote: what the fuck was this shit!

DJ (ca) wrote: I can say I seen it.

Felipe F (it) wrote: Boasting Pedro Almodvar's signature compassionate touch on awkward relationships and tragedies, Talk to Her is yet another moving and thought-provoking achievement on the writter-director brilliant filmography.

Huw G (es) wrote: It's not about bears, it's about the man, and it's funny - although you're not always clear whether you're laughing with him exaggerating for the entertainment of his mates, or if he believes all his own stories.

Tara V (fr) wrote: Mom only made it halfway before she had enough, and I liked it but the trailer for Black Sabbath looked like even more fun. Watching my way through Danny Peary's 100 Cult Movies. His essay on this one augments a lot of cool features of the flick: the grossouts, all the pieces that compose the sublime creepy atmosphere, the mobile camerawork, Bava's unrealized promise (blown by his silly use of colour), and Barbara Steele's dominance.

Simon P (kr) wrote: Very entertaining Clint Eastwood western.

Al M (de) wrote: Jules Dassin was one of American cinema's most daring and artful creators of film noir cinema, but he would eventually be blacklisted as a communist sympathizer by the House Committee on Un-American Activities. And, in many ways, Brute Force exemplifies the type of anarchist, fight-the-power beliefs that would have grabbed the attention of McCarthy's gestapo cronies. On the surface, Brute Force is an indictment of the American penal system that further professionalizes and dehumanizes inmates while simultaneously transforming the guards into sadistic madmen who seem more ethically bankrupt than the prisoners from whom they supposedly protect society. Already, on this most superficial level, Brute Force is a powerfully subversive piece of cinema, but it proceeds to make much more profound statements about the nature of power in general. Dassin uses the American prison as a microcosmic expression of institutionalized power, and Bruce Force ultimately argues that power corrupts the ethics of those who wield it and that any structure of power will inherently oppress, dehumanize, and alienate the laborers upon whom it has erected its structure. As we watch the convicts revolt against the brutally oppressive guards, Brute Force becomes a film not just about abuses within the penal system but about inherently corrupt nature of leaders in general. Undoubtedly, it is a powerfully Marxist tale about the ability of the proletariat to band together and overthrow the forces that enslave them. One of the most brutal noir films of its era, Brute Force will still make you squirm in sections while simultaneously inciting you to cheer for the downfall of the system.

Noname (jp) wrote: Funny comedy/romance ,, bernie and kutcher are great here :)

Vulcan S (mx) wrote: Point Break is full of energy and life that remind audience the great part of the 90s. Thanks to the filmmakers sensitive directions, it is also able to find its balance between the characters' hotheaded rebel nature and the purified youthfulness that the nature and extreme sports embody. 90s action flick at its charming best.

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