Sensitive, somewhat effeminate farm-boy Duncan Mudge can barely cope with grim, since Ma's death even gloomier father Edgar's manly expectations, and seeks comfort in petting a chicken he ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Mudge Boy
Duncan Mudge, mid-teens, lives apart from his rural world populated by his distant father and rough local kids. His main companionship is a chicken left after his mother's death until the neighbor's son befriends him.
- Stars:Kate Hudson, John Corbett, Joan Cusack, Hayden Panettiere, Spencer Breslin, Abigail Breslin, Helen Mirren, Sakina Jaffrey, Kevin Kilner, Felicity Huffman, Sean O'Bryan, Amber Valletta, Ethan Browne, Emile Hirsch, Tom Guiry, Richard Jenkins, Pablo Schreiber, Zachary Knighton, Ryan Donowho, Meredith Handerhan, Beckie King, Sandra Gartner, Tara O'Reilly, Barbara Lloyd, Sam Lloyd, Hannah Franzoni, George Woodard, Munson Hicks,
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Melissa B (au) wrote: Looks really cute! Gotta love Isla Fisher!
Tony Z (nl) wrote: A great little Canadian film. Its funny and enjoyable. The sound track is terrible, mostly bad country/folk music. Overall the movie is pretty good. And this movie is not similar to Spiderman3 lol. WTF is with the related films.
Nikhil M (jp) wrote: What a fantastic movie. The movies shows the process of ticket checking in Hungary. Witty throughout and often dark, this movie should be watched for its awesome plot and some very good direction.
doris c (ru) wrote: very ..entertaing....
Jake W (gb) wrote: 5/5 Best movie ever made ever.
Bill T (de) wrote: Really horrible version of Black Beauty here. I mean, the story is there, but it gets blown away by the third grade Japanese Animation and the truly HORRID songs. No no, do not approach this under any circumstances.
Michael W (us) wrote: A musical extravaganza based on the stage musical and Dickens' classic novel. Tolerable (mostly) for a musical and nominated for 11 Academy Awards.
Jon P (ag) wrote: Ousmane Sembene's 'La Noire De' is a true sub-Saharan cinematic gem, best known for being the first feature-length film from a black African director. The picture offers a raw viewing experience through a catalogue of strategic juxtapositions and shocking moments exhibited within both the film's narrative and mise-en-scene. Gritty, hard-hitting and beautifully executed, Sembene's cynical drama is a Third Cinema classic not be missed.
Scott M (ca) wrote: Okay comedy. Wilson seems to play variations on the same characters.
James W (jp) wrote: A well acted, brutal film emphasising the friendship of fellow policemen. The filming style is questionable with a handheld feel though why there would be a character with a camera in some instances is questionable. It's best not to get bogged down in that (such as why a member of a gang seems to be recording their illegal activity) and enjoy the film for what it is.
Will H (nl) wrote: Very well made and entertaing. The constant "twists" eventually become somewhat predictable, but it is well made so ultimately I didn't mind.