The Little Match Girl

The Little Match Girl

Keshia-Knight Pulliam plays Molly, an angel sent to earth as a little match girl: her mission, to save the fragmented Dutton family. The father and his oldest son haven't spoken since the son didn't join dad's business and then married "beneath him" in the person of a loving Irish servant girl. The second son is a hard-drinking wastrel and the girl in the family cares only for her social position.

nach H. C. Andersen. Waise Molly erweicht das Herz eines Immobilienhais, der seine Mieter an Weihnachten auf die Stra├če setzen will. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Little Match Girl torrent reviews

Steve D (fr) wrote: one of the strongest superman stories is well told. The animation is poorly done but the story contains enough morel questions (many without definitive answers) to make even adults stop and think.

Nicholas P (us) wrote: There are two reasons why I give this 2.5 stars. The writing is surprisingly good for a film with such a low budget. The second reason is James Van Der Beek's acting was above par for a movie of this quality. What's up with James Van Der Beek's career anyway?

Benedict J (es) wrote: Mildly insulting to see Cameron instructing PHD marine biologists like he's anything other than responsible for Avatar (2009). Successful awareness-raiser but insignificant next to Attenborough.

Aaron C (ca) wrote: interesting take on a cerebral palsy paraplegic and the social systems that cannot address all needs

John M (ag) wrote: Unusual mix of ghost story and film noir, with the surreal metaphor of the self-destructive Scandinavian rodent thrown in. Confusing and alienating in the middle, but the ending brings it all together, in a European, open-ended kind of way.

Jacob R (gb) wrote: While some plotlines are cliche and less than admirable, there is too much greatness, for View Askew fans and just movie fans alike, to miss.

Hillary D (au) wrote: This story was quite captivating. What would happen in two separate lives to bring the seemingly soul-mate pair back together? The vast signals that each person experienced after this brief encounter kept both of them thinking about each other despite relationship statuses etc. Good performances from entire cast.

Private U (es) wrote: Caught part of it several years back and still have an itch to see the rest of it. So Scottish, you need subtitles to understand! Just adore Peter Mullen so...

Chris W (br) wrote: I am a big Michael Connelly fan and was excited to see a movie adaptation of one of his books. If I had seen the movie without reading the book first, I would've probably given it 3 stars. However, since I read the book, I was unhappy with the changes that were made in the movie (especially the change to the Code Killer). Some of the changes in the movie to me, came off as cheesy. Read the book...the story is much better and much more believable!

5 B (us) wrote: I often agree with rotten tomatoes but this one was way off the mark. Poorly acted and not interesting. Just plan STUPID.