Welcome to the Dollhouse

Welcome to the Dollhouse

An unattractive 7th grader struggles to cope with suburban life as the middle child with un-attentive parents and bullies at school.

The film follows middle-school student Dawn Weiner who faces degradation at school, where she is teased constantly, and at home as she struggles to cope with inattentive parents, snobbish classmates, a smart older brother, an attractive younger sister, and her own insecurities. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Welcome to the Dollhouse torrent reviews

joseph h (us) wrote: Despite changing too much from the source material,it stills masters the style of the books. It also has solid effects and Eva Green is a great Miss Peregrine.

Tim W (fr) wrote: Surprisingly good. Not very haha funny, but subtle funny (the British way), and cute, and also kind of clever. Hello Christmas spirit.

Jeffrey T (us) wrote: Extremely boring. Their wasn't good chemistry either. At all. Don't bother with this odd story of an old couples relationship.

Jocey D (au) wrote: Wacky twisted comedy.

Rachel I (kr) wrote: YES YES YES I LOVE THIS MOVIE!

Jim S (ag) wrote: This is one for the kids...and I'm not talking about the kid in all of us...just the kids in the audience. Walter Matthau and Joan Plowright are very pleasant as the put-upon neighbours of Dennis, the terror next door, but ultimately the movie just plods along with one annoying sight gag after another.

Mark N (nl) wrote: A genius tale of the corrupt world of advertising, that's just as relevant today, and seeing the emotional breakdown of a top executive from his own perspective. Grant and Robinson pair up again and the result is predictably rye, witty and observant. A classic of 80's satire.

Robert I (au) wrote: Not a bad one location-ish movie. But feels a tad long and a bit predictable. I'm a fan of Melissa George and Oded Fehr so seeing them play off one another for pretty much the whole movie solidified its worth in watching.

David L (us) wrote: We have so much to thank this film for, notably the four other sequels that were spawned from this classic. I wouldn't call it a horror as such as there's far more than just pointless violence or non stop scares to this, it genuinely has a credible storyline in which it just happens to encompass several grisly moments. Starting with a group of high school students who are about to embark on a trip to Paris, we then witness one of them having a premonition that the plane is about to crash. As the events in real life then begin to mirror his prediction, he has an outburst which results in several of the students having to leave the aircraft. True to form, the plane then explodes minutes later. However, that is just the beginning, as in the days after that horrific event, the survivors start dropping one by one leading the others to believe that they were destined to be on that plane as part of deaths design, and now death is hunting them down in the most gruesome of accidents. This is a very original and innovative film which keeps you guessing as to what is going to happen next, and who is in for the chop. There's nothing predictable about it, other than it will end at some point, and it is structured perfectly with an action packed beginning, eventful middle, and an unforeseeable ending sequence. There's a reason why the franchise is still ongoing over ten years later, because it would be appealing to all sexes and ages. The only time I wouldn't recommend it is for nervous flyers who are going abroad on holiday anytime soon. Aside from that, it's always a good time filler, so get on board, grab your seats, and prepare for one of the best visual journeys of a lifetime.

Nilufer R (nl) wrote: Man, this was such a boring movie. I had to try 3 times to finish it. As I was watching it, the only thing I could think of was this plot and the whole movie could be an interesting passage in a book I read or a fact mentioned in a health documentary.

C D (fr) wrote: The script was weak, directing weaker. Why was this movie made? I'm supposed to believe that Evans hasn't been able to find a girl in 7 years? Terribly miscast. And why Brooke is so worried about the letter being discovered when she is the victim? Stupid film.