B-Dawg, Mudbud, Budderball, and all the rest of the Buddies are back, but this time, they're setting their sights even higher -- as in, the moon! With the help of their new pals Spudnick (voiced by Jason Earles) and Gravity, these pooches are go for launch. But to pull off their moon landing and make it home safely, our canine heroes will have to summon all their bravery and imagination...
Writer:Kevin DiCicco (character "Air Bud"), Robert Vince, Anna McRoberts, Phil Hanley (additional comedy material), Paul Tamasy (characters), Aaron Mendelsoh
Left behind when their owner go a test launch for a spacecraft, a group of puppies secretly follows up and joins the launch. Due to an incident, the dogs are set into the spacecraft and begin the first-time space-traveling of dogs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
ngrncr n (it) wrote: Beautiful, inspiring and true! God is good all the time, all the time God is good.
Paul D (jp) wrote: Not the worst premise for a comedy-drama, but everything about the screenplay just seems ridiculous with very exaggerated characters everywhere.
Ilsa L (kr) wrote: Superb performances from a great cast together with a razor sharp script based on Lillian Hellman's play expertly directed by William Wyler add up to an unforgettable movie experience. Very highly recommended!
Beatrice T (jp) wrote: I enjoyed the film but after loving the book, I found it overall disappointing. The film doesn't explore the relationship between Toru and Midori in enough depth and also leaves behind the key role of Reiko. I also thought Toru was portrayed as much less upbeat and optimistic than in the first half of the book at least. It's not clear at all that Toru was on the verge of choosing Midori over Naoko: in the film, it feels like he's ended up with Midori because Naoko dies. That's not the case in the book. One positive was the portrayal of the relationship between Naoko and Toru which was conveyed to a high degree of detail and poignancy.
Dawni C (it) wrote: slow at first, but then I got into it. being a huge fan of Katherine Heigl really helped, her love interest is cute!!
Daniel B (ru) wrote: i really love this moive. its really good action movie.
Alex r (mx) wrote: I saw this one when it came out. I thought it was a decent flick, nothing to great, but not that bad. I've seen far worst comedies than this. I thought that the film had some decent comedic bits here and there, but nothing to really make it stand out. This is really a decent little comedy, one that is mildly funny. Joe Pesci is pretty good, and without him in the film, this would have been a total dud. However, this is enjoyable enough to watch at least once. As a whole, there are far better comedies out there, than this, but for the most part, this one does have a few good laughs here and there. The film had potential to being a memorable comedy, and I think it's quite a shame because the idea the film was very interesting. I think it's too bad that they didn't focus more on the quality of the jokes. The jokes are at times lacking, and don't stand out. I don't see the film as a total waste of time, more like a mindless comedic viewing experience that's quite forgettable. 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag is a decent film to watch. I found the film quite enjoyable but this is not a film I would watch again. The gags like I said could have been improved on, but some do make you chuckle. In the end it's a shame they couldn't have thought of better material to add to its interesting premise. A decent comedy that has a few decent laughs and far from bad as what many critics have said.
Luis M (ca) wrote: Definitivamente, esta es una de las peliculas que han llegado a marcar mi vida aunque debo confesar que tuve que hacer algunos esfuerzos para poder tomar interes a la trama. Puedo decir sin lugar a dudas que es una obra maestra que logra combinar con demasiado buen gusto la poesia de Bennedetti y Girondo con la musica tan romantica y a a la vez melancolica de Los Panchos y Marta Serra Lima. Le pongo un 5 estrellas jejeje.
Dan S (fr) wrote: A very entertaining, extremely well-written and acted look at a news team and how dedicated they are to their jobs, as well as how they interact with each other outside of the office. Director/writer James L. Brooks does a near flawless job detailing each one of his characters, such as the up and coming lead anchor (William Hurt), the cute but insecure producer (Holly Hunter), and the talented but looked over reporter (Albert Brooks) who is hopelessly in love with her. The clichd "love triangle" is actually handled meticulously well, with certain angles being thrown in that I have not seen before. But it is really the fantastic writing and the use of an overlooked detail in the story that changes everything that makes this movie all the more special. The performances are all outstanding, and the pace of the film is exceptional as it moves along with breathless ease. Highly recommended.
Kevin R (jp) wrote: I want that man charged with impersonating a cracker. A pimp who works for his mother's organized crime ring has lost all of his money. He doesn't want to take responsibility for his actions so he cons a college professor into working for him and then the pimp disappears. The professor finds himself running a group of prostitutes that doesn't want to work for the pimp's mother. Can the professor work all day as a professor and all night as a pimp? "Are you a taxi?" "No, jerk-off, I'm a person. But I drive a taxi and it's outside." Michael Pressman, director of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II, Frankie and Johnny are Married, A Season of Miracles, and Saint Maybe, delivers Doctor Detroit. The storyline for this picture is classic 80s comedy genre and is of course, ridiculous, but fun to watch unfold. The comedic content is a bit inconsistent and the cast delivers entertaining performances. The cast includes Dan Aykroyd, Howard Hesseman, Donna Dixon, Fran Drescher, Lynn Whitfield, and Hank Salas. "No, I will not sell my own mother." Doctor Detroit is a movie my wife remembered from her childhood and DVR'd it for our viewing. I had never seen this picture which is surprising since I love Aykroyd and Chevy Chase pictures from the 80s. While this movie isn't Aykroyd's best film, it is definitely entertaining and worth your time. There are some very funny scenes and this reminded me of Nothing But Trouble. I recommend seeing this film if you're a fan of 80s comedies. "The doctor doesn't work and he doesn't pay." Grade: B-
Yng Y (us) wrote: The blurry still on the DVD cover does not reveal the surprising artistry behind this film! Starkly evocative with a minimum of means, and plenty of anguish, this is low-budget film-making brought to perfection!
Aj V (us) wrote: This movie has its funny moments, and its dull moments, but in the end it's a formulaic romantic comedy. It's pretty good but it could have been better.
Henrysmovieguide C (nl) wrote: Not as good as the first two Indiana Jones blockbusters, but still very exciting, with good action and acting. A cool premise for an India adventure.