Tiny Heroes

Tiny Heroes

Tiny is the forest ranger's dog, still really a puppy. He is friends with many of the forest animals, especially Dr. Owl, who protects the animals of the forest. One day, a mysterious stranger hires two bumbling poachers to capture a selection of animals. But Dr. Owl keeps thwarting their efforts. They realize they must take Dr. Owl out of the picture. They capture him and begin to collect their other animals. Tiny and his forest friends realized that they must free Dr. Owl and defeat the poachers, but only by combining their talents.

The animals of the forest must combine their strengths to defeat a pair of poachers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tiny Heroes torrent reviews

Al H (gb) wrote: A total waste of time.

K Ro C (fr) wrote: ben voil, j'ai encore voulu tester un film francophone et j'aurais encore pas du :)) c pas mon truc hein...

Jesus H (ca) wrote: this is kinda really bad

Ryan A (ca) wrote: "Blind Dating" is one movie that is so funny, moving, smart, and very clever all at once!" The performances in this movie a outstanding. "Chris Pine gives one of his best performances in his career." Very extraordinary! The directing by James Keach is really good. The screenplay by Christopher Theo is remarkable. And the score is great. "I'm raving that "Blind Dating" is a good movie!"

Spencer S (de) wrote: Jim Jarmusch's set of vignettes was filmed over 17 years and tells the intertwined stories of many famous individuals, and their love for coffee and cigarettes. Every vignette tells a different, quick story, and underlies differences in culture, health, beauty, and age. The film stars everyone from Roberto Benigni to RZA, and though each section feels incredibly different due to the subjects in them, the tone is pure Jarmusch. Most of what makes this film special are the little moments that remain unsaid, or are very subtle. In "Renee" we watch a poor waiter try to engage with a quiet woman, alone at a table, but every time he starts a conversation she rebuffs him. It's a very low, quiet scene, but it says a lot about what the waiter wants from her, and what she's willing to give him. In "No Problem" two men have a conversation, and one of the men doesn't want to reveal his gambling problem, which is only asserted in the last few seconds of the short. It's these moods, these little incongruities that make this film an essential watch, and an enjoyable one at that.

cli o (us) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing

Chenge K (it) wrote: Nice Cinematography!! resembles swat & kohistan :)

ra r (gb) wrote: One of of my favourite Seagal films of the early 90's and still is. I remember seeing this at the Cinema. I enjoyed it back then and great on Bluray. Yes, I know there really isn't a downfall to Seagal in this film or in many of his other films. He never even really gets hurt. Just cool, in control and takes out the trash as he is out for justice. Way to go.

Gleb O (gb) wrote: If you remember Fillini's 8/5, this is Fasbiner's otto e mezzo but with Fasbinder this time. There is no Marcello Mastroianni and Mancini, but there is an incredible acting and no less absurd music in the background if you wish. Be ready to be surprised, but than again, you always are when you watch every Fasbiner creation