The Velveteen Rabbit

The Velveteen Rabbit

A lonely boy wins over his distant father and strict grandmother with help from a brave velveteen rabbit whose one wish is to become a real rabbit someday

A lonely boy wins over his distant father and strict grandmother with help from a brave velveteen rabbit whose one wish is to become a real rabbit someday. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Velveteen Rabbit torrent reviews

Will F (jp) wrote: serious lack of vajay

Eliabeth S (gb) wrote: Just as good as "Mad Hot Ballroom"! The film follows just enough kids closely, and the tension/good guy wins ending is great. The teacher anti-hero makes me smile :)

Ollie W (us) wrote: An incredibly powerful and moving slice of Middle Eastern realism, created by two very different individuals working with non-professionals cast to type and delivering wonderful, authentic, improvised dialogue. The importance of this film resonates with nearly every scene, unlike recent Hollywood big-hitters like Spielberg, Copti and Shani strive for truly gritty realism, where no agenda is promoted, no one community condemned. That's not to say that the two directors aren't capable of manipulating their message, indeed, sometimes needless but stylish devices are employed to rack up the tension and involvement - the looping of narratives, the retelling of one climatic situation from several different points of view - all somewhat superfluous when considering the high quality of performance and material on offer, but never detractive from the tragic and important message that motivates the entire composition.Tense, brutal and extremely upsetting, this is incredible modern-day film-making at it's most courageous.

Liam D (it) wrote: House Of Fools lacks any kind of connection towards the characters and the story is as blurred as many of the handheld camera shots. Veteran Andrei Konchalovsky's film depicts a very dated view of mental illness. This film is very taxing to watch and even though there are a few glimpses of emotion found within the mess they barely ripple the emotional surface. Bryan Adams deity like character seemed to be included to irritate the audience. How this film was produced, let alone won the Grand Special Jury Prize at Cannes is anyones guess.

Rangan R (nl) wrote: Just do your job! Don't think above that like you can be a saviour!It looked like some kind of thriller, that's what anybody would say if they read the title correctly. The story was suspense, well developed to keep that for a very long time. Though it had no major twist, just a revelation like clarifying our doubts. Because most of the storyline seems alike 'Orphan', the film that came just months before this one. But this is a horror theme, I mean real horror, not a terror-horror like 'Orphan'. The overall story relied on one big secret that revealed at some time in the final act.I have seen many films about the child abuse, and this one set in as a same kind of theme, but takes a turn during the end of the first act. So when a social worker, Emily, finds a ten year old Lilith was abused by her own parents, she takes her away from them, followed by theirs arrest. Later, Emily adopts Lilith, but soon finds some strange events around her circle. That leads to suspect Lilith, but could not prove anything. Finding the truth becomes her first priority, but how she's going to solve it is what leads us to the conclusion part.I haven't seen Renee Zellweger in any recent films, she looked so good in this. Jodelle Ferland too was good as a little girl, the most important role in the film. But Bradley Cooper was in a small part. I think it was a decent film, but not a fresh theme, except developed differently with a new cast. If you are a big horror film fan, you might disappoint with it. Because those parts were minimised and the suspense was maximised. Yet surely most of us can easily predict many scenes, event the ending. So I conclude my review saying it is a decent watch.6.5/10

yule die (mx) wrote: A down to earth adventure film that takes a few chances and succeeds quite well. It's like a boy scout's worse nightmare. Good underrated movie. Kevin Bacon and Sean Astin are good highlights.

Ryan M (us) wrote: 6.0/10 "Black Belly of the Tarantula" is a competent, well-made giallo thriller that, for all its visual and stylistic flare, is just looking for the right story elements and characters to make it feel complete. I won't deny that I found some things to enjoy about it, and it does have a handful of really good scenes, but the thing just isn't as interesting as I hoped it would be. Consistently entertaining and hardly ever boring, unless you count those moments where you realize that the film just isn't anything all that special and it doesn't intend to change that; sure. However, entertaining and interesting are two fairly different things. I imagine the story could have made for something truly great, but its quality it taken down a few pegs by its restrictions and lack of relevance. The film is about a cop who investigates the brutal murders of several beautiful women; and as with most movies like this one, the first suspect is the often troubled husband of each fair lady. The cop basically spends the entire film trying to find out who this killer is, and why the person is killing in the first place, so no surprises to be had there; that is, unless, this film can do something truly different. However, in the end of it all, the film only does one thing different and/or intriguing with its story. It has one good idea going for it; the inclusion of a deadly acupuncture needle which is inserted into the victims, allowing the killer to proceed ripping open their stomachs, while they sit there watching. The film makes it clear that this is a method used by a certain type of wasp to kill tarantulas in the same way, which is interesting, if only for a little bit. That part had me thinking, and it also had me (nearly) believing that this was a good movie, when the truth was this: I was on the edge for the entire ride when it came to what I thought of it. If you're in to these "Giallo" Italian horror-thrillers, then you'll get what you came for. I was impressed by some of the gory, well-staged murder sequences, which are seldom exciting, but sometimes they aren't meant to be. We are observers of these scenes and we are intrigued by the reactions that they are intended to elicit; although this time, there's not quite as much to admire. I had respect for the film; it isn't terribly good, but at the same time, it isn't terribly bad. I'm thankful that it doesn't suck as much as the majority of Lucio Fulci's sad excuses for "Giallo" films, but all-in-all, I just wish there was something more to it. I didn't care about the characters. They were so simplistically drawn out, and thin as paper. The story is pretty much ruined therefore, and so is a good amount of the experience. Still, I put "Black Belly of the Tarantula" on the better side of decency, just a bit above mediocrity, because it deserves some praise. Like I said, it has enough little moments to be, well, entertaining. I just don't want to call it compelling, or a classic, or even something as ridiculously over-the-top as "the best Giallo ever made", which is the quote taken from a review for the film, and used on the box art. I can't say I blame the people; when you have a film like this; you want the highest praise on display, even if it doesn't necessarily deserve to be held in high regard. Still, obscurity is something that the film shouldn't have met; I think it deserves an audience, and it will get one. It's problematic and muddled, but as long as you don't compare it to classics such as "Deep Red" or "Blood and Black Lace", I think you will be fine.

Russ B (au) wrote: 2/21/2016: This was an ok film. For its time it's really good though. Connery was great, but I find more joy in watching newer films. The stories, action, and acting are all generally better.

Joey D (gb) wrote: Fellini's was my favourit

Rick M (br) wrote: Captain Tom Reynolds and his band of skilled O.S.S. operatives are in WWII Burma to train the Kachin natives in modern warfare. But jungle combat, particularly against a Japanese army as familiar with the terrain as the Kachin, is more grueling than Reynolds had reckoned. Some respite is found in the arms of beautiful Carla, but after Chinese rebels cross the border to loot and murder American soldiers, Reynolds abandons all notions of "military protocol" and seeks requital.

Justin B (kr) wrote: Funny--I don't like Melville (too macho) and I don't like Cocteau (too precious) but together they find a happy compromise and create great art. The progenitor of the nouvelle vague psychological film, the film-in-a-room (you know what I mean, those films where three or four characters isolate themselves from the world and slowly implode both themselves and the room: Jules and Jim, Masculin Feminin, The Mother and the Whore, My Night at Maud's, The Dreamers, etc., etc.). Also, Nicole Stephane is absolutely marvelous, leading one to wonder why on earth she didn't become one of the great actresses of the next two decades. Melville mentions the influence of Welles in an interview (included in the booklet on the Criterion release), and yes, this is perhaps the sort of movie the master would have made had the studio system not clamped down so viciously upon his creative impulses. Indeed, this is a marvelous film, so much so that its existence cannot be explicated...

John Joseph M (us) wrote: Jessie Eisenberg is always watchable.

Ian G (jp) wrote: What a big load of rubbish, Tarantino has totally lost the plot. This film is too violent for kids and too pleurile for adults.