The Dog Who Saved Easter

The Dog Who Saved Easter

It's Easter and everyone's favorite K-9 is back! The Bannisters are heading out on a family cruise and sending Zeus to doggie day care. Everything is going according to plan, until the daycare's crosstown rival hires a trio of crooks to sabotage the fledgling business. Zeus will make some new friends and new enemies as he uses all his tricks to save the daycare and Easter!

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Roy S (ru) wrote: A Turkish drama that definitely had it's moments, but in between those moments were prolonged periods of boredom. Given the subject matter perhaps that was what the filmmakers were going for, but I didn't want to go there with them. Fine performances all around.

(es) wrote: This movie have taught us a diffirent side of love. And this kind of love can also habitates in man to man relationship.

Lisa K (nl) wrote: This movie keeps you on the edge of your seat and can sometimes be confusing. However, all the events were true but not for one person. The scenarios happened and they were written into the script. The actors did a terrific job and the time went by quickly. The costumes and scenery seemed to be authentic. It was fascinating to be inside the Nazi headquarters. I cared deeply about the main character which is the most important aspect to me for a movie.

Stuart K (fr) wrote: Directed by Kevin Macdonald (One Day in September (1999), The Last King of Scotland (2006) and The Eagle (2011)), based on the 1988 memoir by Joe Simpson, whose book documented his ill-fated expedition in Peru. Macdonald takes on an unconventional approach, mixing documentary interviews with the original team, along with dramatised reconstructions at the actual location. It makes for gripping viewing. This tells the story of Joe Simpson and Simon Yates, who in 1985, traveled to Peru to climb the Siula Grande, in particular the west face of the mountain, which has never been ascended. Joe and Simon meet fellow English traveler, who agrees to look after their camp while Joe and Simon climb the mountain. While the ascent up the west face is successful, but during the descent, things go awry when a storm sweeps the mountain, and Joe falls and breaks his leg, then is left hanging off a mountain by a rope, unable to pull Joe up, Simon cuts the rope holding him. Joe somehow survives, and despite his injuries, tries to make his way back to camp before Simon leaves. It's a very compelling and moving film, and the recreations of the actual events are well made, especially when you take into account it was filmed on the actual rock faces that Simpson and Yates went up. It has some very good cinematography by Mike Eley and Keith Partridge, which adds to the tense mood.

Scott M (fr) wrote: Really good Sci-Fi movie about the future. What if success was based on complete scientific genetically grown predictability and not random genetic births? I really enjoyed it. A bit emotionless so it doesn't have much melodrama which can be somewhat dull at times.

Joseph H (ca) wrote: Think this is my fav out of the original trilogy

Michael B (kr) wrote: Not the best of the Dirty Harry movies

Christopher S (gb) wrote: Lucio Fulci directed this superior spaghetti western, unique in its genre for the genuine sympathy it has for its well-drawn central characters. A strong script, colorful cast, and Fulci's stylish visuals make this one of the best of its kind. The on-the-nose folk music soundtrack is something of a hinderance, though.

Michael T (mx) wrote: Eerie little fantasy stays with you.

Lindsay K (jp) wrote: Basil Rathbone is the man.