In the tradition of disney's classic holiday tales comes a heartwarming movie about the power of giving and the true meaning of christmas. Discover how the legendary friendship of Santa Claus and Santa Paws began in the inspiring original film, The Search For Santa Paws. When Santa and his new best friend, Paws, discover that the boys and girls of the world have lost the spirit of the season, they take a trip to New York City. But after Santa loses his memory, it's up to Paws, a faithful orphan named Quinn, her new friend Will and a wonderful group of magical talking dogs to save St. Nick and show the world what Christmas is really all about.
Santa and his new best friend, Paws decide to go to New York City because they uncover that the children forget the spirit of the season. Unfortunately, Santa loses his memory and Paws must team up with other friends to fulfill their plan. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Giovanni M (nl) wrote: It seems that there are endless stories to be told about the '80s Escobar and Colombian Cartel era. And I check out all of them. Solid flick with Bryan Cranston and John Leguizamo about undercover U.S. Customs agents.
Alex M (us) wrote: In one of her best performance, Glenn Close portrays a heartbreaking story of a woman who's been posing as a man for 30 years so that she can fulfill her dreams, which were the kinds of dreams not associated with women in 19th century Ireland. A supporting cast that includes Janet McTeer, Mia Wasikowska, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Pauline Collins and Brendan Gleeson help portray various subplots that while clichd, also make the story more interesting. This is one of those decent films you can watch on a rainy day when you're super bored. 7/10.
Jo A (ca) wrote: It was good, the movie cover makes it look way worse than it is
jed t (ca) wrote: Awesome documentary that truly informs! Amazing job by Andy Abrahams Wilson!
Darick T (gb) wrote: Predictably over the top, but not as funny as I'd hoped.
michelle w (nl) wrote: I actually love this film a lot, I always watched it as a child because it was so fascinating and unique. it's larger than life personality from Louis makes the film so heartfelt and the contained humour is true and just so amusing. I also loved the soundtrack, especially "land down under". People could say this is deemed as quite a controversial film due to some of the content, although I felt that controversy is the main target of suspected failure, so as a whole, I enjoyed the film very much
Carlos M (ca) wrote: The first Next Generation film is unfortunately a big mess that uses a confusing plot device to bid a ridiculous adieu to Captain Kirk in order to give space to Captain Picard's crew in the Star Trek movies - and sadly not even its unnecessary subplot makes it worth seeing.
Aislinn O (ru) wrote: i remember really liking this movie
Alexander C (ag) wrote: Worth finding and watching!
Sam R (nl) wrote: In my memory seeing this at the about 5 years old, this was the biggest horror movie in the world. It was darker and I thought it was french. Maybe there is a french version?--However, this film was just plain awful and teaches you never to hunt up what you enjoyed in the memory of your childhood. To begin with I have never liked Gene Wilder, with the only films I can actually watch with him in are Mel Brooks films. We have such overacting and craziness here that you simply get tired listening to it. I suspect that the script is really for a theater rather than movie - and instead of adopting the script to suit a movie - they just "filmed the theater play". The sets are only four, caf, office, apartment and roof, each of the first three drawn out with almost no substance.---Ok, gone back and read a bit more on IMDB. The film is in fact based on a play, and is originally French. And, not unlikely the film I saw and scared the big Jesus out of me as a child was "De rinoceros" from 1961.So lets hope I can find that one - and by doing so NOT listen to what I said few lines above about never going back to look at something you loved as a child.---Main point though - STAY well clear of this disastrous movie with Gene Wilder.
Haytham K (mx) wrote: This was supposed to be scary, it turned out to be painfully dumb!
Joseph C (jp) wrote: I liked when the confederate help John Wayne.
Philip J (ca) wrote: Still holds all that raw power over people even 40 plus years after it was unleashed to unsuspecting audiences in theaters everywhere. Because it's real and it's authentic. The ultimate conflicts of man vs. man, man vs. nature, and man vs. himself.