The Plague Dogs
The Plague Dogs is a 1982 animated film based on the 1977 novel of the same name by Richard Adams. The story is centred on two dogs named Rowf and Snitter, who escape from a research laboratory in Great Britain. In the process of telling the story, the film highlights the cruelty of performing vivisection and animal research for its own sake.
- Stars:John Hurt, Christopher Benjamin, James Bolam, Nigel Hawthorne, Warren Mitchell, Bernard Hepton, Brian Stirner, Penelope Lee, Geoffrey Matthews, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, John Bennett, John Franklyn-Robbins, Bill Maynard, Malcolm Terris, Judy Geeson,
- Country:UK, USA
- Director:Martin Rosen,
- Writer:Richard Adams (novel), Martin Rosen
Two dogs escape from a laboratory and are hunted as possible carriers of the bubonic plague. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Plague Dogs torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: really original and funny
(au) wrote: Not the worst movie I've seen, but I really don't like when they mix truth with error, changing some of the timeline of the Bible. And the romance was too rushed and cheesy. (Love at first sight type.)
(nl) wrote: i think is reall good but it make fuunny..
(es) wrote: forever loving story
(ru) wrote: Script is sloppy, it was badly miscast but the animation is top tier. We need more 2d animation.
(br) wrote: Attends nan mais In love quoi =D
(ag) wrote: Just as the title implies that is what the movie is all about. Like Thriller: A Cruel Picture it is a revenge flick because the protagonist Ocho played by Reiko Ike sets out to find the people who murdered her father when she was a child. The ever beautiful and amazing Christina Lindberg makes the most of her supporting role in this one and if you are a fan of hers you will not be disappointed. Check this one out if you like 1970s Japanese sex and violence films.
(us) wrote: classic Marx vehicle, zany is never been described better in this flick
(ca) wrote: I'm sure David Lynch saw Un Chien Andalou again and again and again before, during and after the making of Eraserhead. It didn't seize to fascinate me the 3rd time I watched it and it'll fascinate me even more the 10th time I'll watch it. With its absurd genius originating from Bunuel and Dali's brilliant minds, it can't even be called offensive, it's simply lethal.
(gb) wrote: The pace was slow, but more detrimentally the characters were hard to sympathize with.
(es) wrote: This was literally painful to watch. So bad. So predictable. Such a bad story line mash-up of all of the older movies. The acting was even terrible. Slow it down, come up with something fresh and get back to what we love. These movies have progressively gotten worse. I almost wish that it was just strictly dancing with no story.
(es) wrote: A masterfully crafted "horror" film. "The Cabin In The Woods" spreads fresh light with never-done before originality.
(es) wrote: Everything you love about the show within two hours