The Dog Who Saved the Holidays

The Dog Who Saved the Holidays

It's a sun-soaked holiday season for the Bannister family as they travel to Southern California to stay with Aunt Barbara (Shelley Long), who surprises them with a new puppy named Eve (voiced by Peyton List). Everyone is smitten with Eve -- except for the Bannister's dog, Zeus (voiced by Joey Lawrence), who sees what a mischievous animal she is when no one else is around. After deciding to run away, Zeus sees Ted and Stewey, two thrifty thieves, trying to break into the family home while the Bannisters are at church. It's up to Zeus and his newest sister Eve to join together to save the holidays for their family!

The Bannisters are back with a new family addition - a mischievous pup named Eve. Watch as everyone's favorite dog, Zeus, learns to love his new sister and take down some bumbling thieves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Dog Who Saved the Holidays torrent reviews

Emmanuel B (es) wrote: A great modern 80's flick with ghosts, humor, and the occasional boobs.

Tania A (ag) wrote: "A poem needs understanding through the senses. The point of diving into a lake is not immediately to swim to the shore but to be in the lake, to luxuriate in the sensation of water. You do not work the lake out, it is a experience beyond thought. Poetry soothes and emboldens the soul to accept the mystery." Each scene, every word uttered by the characters was so beautifully and often wittily crafted that I couldn't help but wish I lived in such a lush world, full of idealism and love of literature. John Keats, the most intensely romantic of the Romantic poets (although Shelley and Lord Byron did their best) could not have received a fairer treatment, plus he was superbly acted by Ben Whislaw; I fell in love with the entire cast. This film lives up to its potential, and if you know anything about the life of Keats, you realize that it is a Titanic sort of plot, because the ship must go down. "Bright Star" maybe is Jane Campion's least graphic film, but it's also one of her most passionate!

Navjeet S (de) wrote: one of the best movie of aamir

Kim H (it) wrote: Found this one by accident...but so good! Almost sad enough to be a Frank McCourt story.

Rebecca (br) wrote: "Where's my beaver-rape scene? "

Eric B (fr) wrote: Oh Wim, Wim, Wim. What happened to you? You seemed like a major new visionary, for awhile there.Unfortunately, "Lisbon Story" is typical of director Wim Wenders' increasingly numbing fixations. We get another emotionally remote, introspective protagonist who observes life more than he lives it. And more dwelling on the filmmaking process itself, positioned as an intellectual filter between the world and its recording witness.Philip Winter (Rudiger Vogler's fifth portrayal of a similarly named character in a Wenders film) is a sound man who has been summoned to Lisbon. Colleague Friedrich Monroe (Patrick Bauchau) needs help shaping some chaotic guerrilla footage into a movie. We eventually learn that Monroe is disillusioned with the "selling" of images inherent to cinema, and thus has been shooting random material around the city without even looking through the viewfinder. Thus no one has seen the images, and they remain aesthetically "pure."Philip (who has a broken ankle throughout much of the film, for no compelling reason) arrives in Lisbon after some weakly farcical mishaps with his car, but Friedrich is mysteriously absent. No matter -- Philip moves into Friedrich's home, scans the silent reels and starts wandering the streets with a large microphone, recording ambient sounds to match the footage. These scenes do not further the plot -- mostly, they just serve as a peripheral travelogue of local Lisbon color. Meanwhile, Philip meets an elegant quintet called Madredeus who also lives in Friedrich's house and is recording songs for the soundtrack. The group's music is a sleek, updated version of regional folk (not so far from flamenco in feel) and their female singer has a beautiful voice, but their lovingly captured performances don't enrich the plot either.When not immersed in his work, Philip has some fun with the neighborhood children, who improbably enjoy filming him with their own camera. An early segment with him showing them industry tricks for simulating natural sounds (crackling plastic wrap = sizzling egg, etc.) is easily the most entertaining scene.Friedrich finally enters the story, after only appearing as a taped voice in earlier portions. But by then, it's far too late for the film to turn interesting. Still, Wenders did get to plug a favorite band and write off a Portuguese vacation as a business expense, so the project wasn't a total loss.

Jody M (jp) wrote: The negative reviews don't really do this film justice. This is the only Seagal movie that is "Tops" in my eyes. The Jamaicans kept it HOT and is the only Seagal movie I have in my collection. Too bad it's DVD. Seagal does need to work on that lame-ass right hand when he's shown running, but Kempo IS an awesome art form

Sam M (es) wrote: Once Robbins appears he connects with Robin, not to be taken so seriously it's all fun and entertainment really.

Colin F (gb) wrote: This film was 10 times better than I thought it was going to be. A brilliant film which has eveything a great Horror film should have, superb atmosphere and in some parts quite frighening and graphic. Much better than the TV series it is based on, still has that dodgy them tune at the beginning! love it.

jay n (jp) wrote: Excellent performers are stuck in this draggy inert drama. Both Newmans do their best and look great but this is a dull movie.

Emily B (it) wrote: Ok, this is very silly and wacky yet I found myself really liking it! This is a great satire on Swinging 60s London. Lynn Redgrave and Rita Tushingham play two girls from the North of England determined to make it big in swinging London. What follows is a series of crazy situations as the unlikely pair do find fame only to realize it's not really worth it. This film is so kitsch, with songs to match ("I can't sing but I'm young!"). If you love 60s style then your bound to like this, but this is not one to be taken seriously and overall is just a fun piece of nostalgia.

Talin P (jp) wrote: Well the 60's comedy is a little dated, corny, and even sexist, but if u enjoy the simpler things in life, you'll find "Lover Come Back" to be a pretty clever and funny movie ...

Daniel K (kr) wrote: If I was to see this film not knowing it was Antonioni or from what year it came, I would likely have been unable to pinpoint both with any accuracy. I'm fairly certain the construction, lense choice, and framing along with the dark and cynical subject matter and the way the narrative unfolds would have led me to Antonioni, but I'm still a little surprised it came from 1975. I'm consistently amazed at how beautiful the women are in the films of Antonioni and Fellini. This one is no exception. It's ridiculous. And Antonioni knows how to shoot them. This is essentially a great Italian Noir made by one the greatest directors ever from a period in his career one wouldn't necessarily expect to contain such gems. Make no mistake though; it is an Antonioni Noir, which is not the same as any other kind of noir I have ever seen in my life. I doubt this was Antonioni's intent, but he did a wonderful job of making a then-defunct Hollywood genre his own.

Allison K (ru) wrote: Loved this dolphins....can't wait to see Harry Connick Jr...Kris Kristofferson, Ashley Judd..!!!..

Kyle B (nl) wrote: In retrospect, this was a nice opener to Reitman's career. The ensemble is terrific here lead by Aaron Echkhart who really deserves movies like these to carry today. Robert Duvall gives one of his best performances out of what I have seen from him and JK Simmons is excellent as ever here too. Katie Holmes, Kim Dickens, and Maria Bello are great as is Rob Lowe and the always great William H. Macy. I wish this was more funny like Juno and Up in the Air are but the script is well written and won't make you scoff at it if you don't agree with this character's morals.

Craig F (ca) wrote: Watched on Netflix yesterday...Really grabbed me from the beginning. Big fan of both Dewitt and Blunt, so watching them both was a pleasure.

Candace S (gb) wrote: "Tom Stewart killed me! Tom Stewart killed me!"In all seriousness, though, it's not as bad as it could have been. At least there was camp value. Okay, I'll admit I cheated and watched it MST3K...but still...Oh, and did anyone know that Beat Guy was Tyrell in Blade Runner? I thought that was funny. "I saw Tommy killing Beeeeat Guy..."