The Truth About Cats & Dogs

The Truth About Cats & Dogs

A successful veterinarian and radio show host with low self-esteem asks her model friend to impersonate her when a handsome man wants to see her.

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The Truth About Cats & Dogs torrent reviews

Bailey H (us) wrote: Pretty good. It's not a biopic. Nice house.

Official D (fr) wrote: For those who are fans of the book series, Diary of a Wimpy Kid is the movie for them. For movie-goers, you'll still find it entertaining.

Kimberly H (ag) wrote: This was an amazing movie to watch. It shows just how people who are dealing with the death of a loved on can mistake another person as there loved one. However, this family put him under comfindment, when he was not even their son. Great plot and casting.

Hrant B (br) wrote: Good movie, Marisa Tomei was very convincing. I just couldn't believe everything she saw wasn't real. Very sad, yet there are people who believe in what they see is real.

Jess L (kr) wrote: Hit and miss though interesting idea and beautifully filmed.

Dave S (us) wrote: Not bad, really, but I don't have much to say about it. I don't want to further dump on a movie that's so earnest and got such poor critical response, especially since it was largely a victim of impossible hype. But if I'm being honest, then yes, this was less compelling than the behind-the-scenes series.

Julia O (us) wrote: How come this wonderful novel became so dreadful on screen! The director ruin it! Natalie Babbit creates this novel in such a beautiful way! Now it is ruin by the poor performances of the actors!

Garrett C (nl) wrote: The awful romance subplot (which is barely even there) and Depp's largely listless performance bring down what is otherwise a somewhat satisfactory Ripper film. The extremely detailed and accurate production design is worth checking out alone.

Andrew L (ag) wrote: This was a moderately enjoyable film but had too many crippling flaws. Some of the actors weren't great, mainly James Marsh who's your typical stoner surfer dude. The writing get a little interesting but seem rehashed. The main problem is the films ending, a complete and total cop out. Overall this was sort of a waste and pretty forgettable. The soundtrack was the shining star in the whole picture featuring Tad, Mudhoney, Butthole Surfers, Primus etc.

Stella D (gb) wrote: this is the film that made the hammer name synonymous with horror. based on a groundbreaking bbc serial, it's still creepy and intelligent scifi that must have been absolutely terrifying in the 50s. the story recalls everything from frankenstein to the recent district 9. renegade professor quatermass has built and launched the first manned rocket into space. when it crashes back to earth after losing communication with base, rescuers are surprised to find only one of the three astronauts still aboard. and he's not quite the man he used to be. richard wordsworth gives a particularly chilling performance as the spaceman. brian donlevy seems a bit brusque for a scientist; apparently an american star was needed to ensure distribution in the u.s. the film was considered so shocking it received an X rating from the british censor board, a fact emphasized in the title. and it was very successful, producing two excellent sequels. a real treat for fans of 50's sci fi and monster movies!

Jamall B (nl) wrote: Great look into the struggles and choices in inner cities.

Justin A (ca) wrote: I disliked it the first thirty minutes. Then we get some wolfcop stuff and it gets interesting. The last half hour lost me though. It's not really funny, wolfcop wasn't some charismatic likable character that you root for, and outside of maybe a couple "shocking" moments (like the urinal transformation) there isn't anything gory or extreme. On top of that, the movie is shot and edited in a very low budget style. There are fast cuts and way too many filters and effects in every single shot. The opening credits alone give you an indication of what kind of movie this is. I was hoping for something more along the lines of Teen Wolf with action, but instead it's more of a tame low budget movie that was a title before they even had a concept. This movie reminded me more of the late 90s direct-to-video movies like Jack Frost and Uncle Sam. It's dumb and obviously shows its budget. On the plus side, I did like the Willie character, and when he and wolfcop were cruising around stopping crimes the movie was fairly entertaining. The rest of the movie though is pretty lame. It's a very short movie, so it's not a huge waste of time or anything, but I can't recommend it.

Jerrod O (gb) wrote: Not bad. I think the movie would've been more powerful if clooney's character was a bit more serious & his tv show was less like a parody.