The Little Vampire

The Little Vampire

Based on the popular books, the story tells of Tony who wants a friend to add some adventure to his life. What he gets is Rudolph, a vampire kid with a good appetite. The two end up inseparable, but their fun is cut short when all the hopes of the vampire race could be gone forever in single night. With Tony's access to the daytime world, he helps them to find what they've always wanted.

A lonely boy becomes best friends with a vampire. The two end up inseparable, but their fun is cut short when all the hopes of the vampire race could be gone forever in single night. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Little Vampire torrent reviews

Paul D (us) wrote: The film has a good rhythm to it's direction, but never ever gets going as a story with only a simmering comedy premise throughout. Has a good cast though.

Shivell R (us) wrote: not really that good of a storyline, however the visual effects seemed to keep the kids interested

George B (ag) wrote: Good film. But once you have seen it, it is boring to see it again as it is just a TV show being filmed. Perfect for a first watch at the cinema or renting but don't bother buying the DVD. As for the film, not that scary to be honest and has a VERY surprising ending which spoiled the entire film for me personally.

Spencer S (br) wrote: A compelling and thoughtful documentary on an American system that is given little recognition or thought in our country today, the National Film Registry is a baron of treasured classics and iconoclastic materials. Starting with a brief history lesson on the origins of this national committee and its historical prowess, the film chiefly deals with the different kinds of film that are in the registry. The most obvious film choices are given enough breathing room, including showing clips from such titans as Citizen Kane, Gone with the Wind, and Casablanca. It talks about the historical importance of such cult classics as The Rocky Horror Picture Show and the Mel Brooks' Blazing Saddles. It also inspires a bit of a historian in us all with such things as home videos, documentaries, and silent films. It stresses the importance of advertisements, including the "Let's All Go to the Lobby," song we all know but can't reference with absolute certainty. It even speaks about Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and other significant pieces from American cinema history. The film also shows a decent amount of interviews with directors, actors, and movie making professionals. There are also some great interviews with board members, their reasons behind their choices, how these films, movies, shorts, anything, make them feel. One of the more interesting aspects is that they also follow preservation specialists with how they do their tedious jobs and the rewarding experience it gives them. The vaults of film reels are shown, the degraded texture and quality of films so private and beautiful; that it seems nearly implausible that they are left in such flagrant disrepair. Most of all it's a love letter to film, to our culture, and the importance of preserving it above all else. Truly a beautiful film for any film lover or American with a heartbeat.

Eric L (gb) wrote: Just a fantastic movie, the only thing I do not like all that much is the ending.

Christy D (kr) wrote: everyone should see this movie! an awesome account of the first cardiac surgeon and how he started saving lives! and yeah it made me cry!

Cynthia S (jp) wrote: This was an interesting look behind the scenes of CNN's efforts to bring the 1991 bombing of Baghdad into the homes of TV viewers. It brings to light the heroic sacrifices made by journalists, camera crews and producers to keep us informed while working in hostile dangerous areas. A good effort from Keaton, & Carter, help make this a really decent film..

Kurt N (au) wrote: This was such a cute movie! I love that little dog PC.

Dennis b (nl) wrote: Good fun and games. Bizarre.

Darren D (ru) wrote: George Burns was a master!

David M (au) wrote: theres a simplicity and tenderness in the performances juxtaposed with the bleaker realities of life and the situations in this particular stage adaption which make this film a real gem! Funny; 'Sleuth' , was also an play and is pretty much my favourite movie... what is it about stage adaptations that make them sometimes SO effective, i wonder? If you haven't yet seen 'Butterflies', do so without delay. You'll hopefully be suitably touched.

JuanKa P (it) wrote: Accin-comedia. Con Mark Wahlberg es Michael Stigman y Denzel Washington es Bobby Trench, dos supuestos criminales que en realidad son agentes en cubierto el primero de la Armada de los Estados unidos y el segundo de la DEA. En un complicado caso que ellos mismos generan terminan involucrados con un cartel de la droga mexicano, la CIA, dobles agentes de la DEA y corruptos de la Marina. Muy divertida y con dos buenos actores

Timm S (ag) wrote: More Full-On Than The First, But That Does Not Necessarily Make It Any Better.

Hannah R (au) wrote: When does it get funny? I think people are pressured into finding it funny. I was pressured still didn't find it funny.