Where is the Friend's Home?

Where is the Friend's Home?

An 8 year old boy must return his friend's notebook he took by mistake, lest his friend be punished by expulsion from school.

An 8 year old boy must return his friend's notebook he took by mistake, lest his friend be punished by expulsion from school. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Michael M (ca) wrote: Classic K. Costner under-dog, maverick, sports-themed story. Would never happen in the real NFL but is entertaining

Bill H (es) wrote: 70%! Are you kidding? This is one of the most mind numbing, insipid movies in the 21st century! It hurt so bad to watch this pictorial torture, we contacted Amnesty International! We "finally" turned it off shortly after the brain dead sister arrived!

Leonardo Malacay S (jp) wrote: No es la gran cosa pero termina siendo entretenida

Blair T (gb) wrote: Well, that was dark.

Mikhail D (au) wrote: A very nice indy film

Matthew B (ag) wrote: Pixar doing short little films is like a teat to those who show support to they amazing films.Lifted is about a teenage alien tries to abduct a sleeping human, but with so many switches to do so, it's nearly impossible.While I'm doing these short films from Pixar because I like to talk and recommend short animated films to those who haven't seen or heard of them. These just something about watching these movies and short films that nobody probably never heard of and discovered that it's amazing or great and it's like my duty to recommend and talk about it to get it's auditions to take notice, and Lifted is another great short animated film by Pixar.The story telling to Lifted is very well done, letting only it's humor tell a funny story and get the only two character's personality in a matter of a couple of minutes. I laughed my head off just of the person getting toss around and not walking up to it while his getting smacked into walls, something about that gave me something to laugh at, that's how silly but kind of amazing about this one.Go check it out if you have the chance.

Sean B (it) wrote: One of the weirdest movies I've seen in a long time. It's so trippy, and bizarre that I can appreciate it immensely but I'm not sure I loved watching it. Definitely an experience.

viktor g (nl) wrote: Si no tuviera esos momentos tan irreales y no estuviera tan centrado en lo imposible-increible, esta pelicula podria ir mas alla de la mediocridad e igualar "El Alquimista" de Paulo Coehlo, pues la pelicula representa a la perfeccion, el sentido de vivir. Sin embargo, algun cutre hace de esta pelicula un mero intento que se burla de si mismo, cuando aparecen esos viajes en el tiempo y otras cosas extraordinarias. Aun as, me quedo con la excursion por el monte, y cuando llegan a la cima y se encuentran la piedra, entonces Scrates dice: Nunca se que me voy a encontrar. As, efectivamente, nunca sabemos que nos vamos a encontrar en nuestro camino por la vida. Y esa es la escena, por la cual merece la pena ver esta pelicula.

Kent L (es) wrote: I know the writers and directors of this movie. And apparently their verison of the movie was changed by the studio... so props to them for having a great idea... FIVE STARS!

Kristina K (us) wrote: If you're looking for a movie with great character development, this is one of them. Although slow at times and not surprising - it is a great movie. Sexeh too!

Ingrid G (kr) wrote: Yes, the worst houseguest is the one who tries to steal your husband.

James H (br) wrote: 6.5/10. John Barrymore's presence and excellent performance lifts this average mystery thruller to above average. Good entry in the Bulldog Drummond series, enjoyable, short and to the point.

Emanuel R (kr) wrote: During the peak of spaghetti westerns came this little gem with Brando at his subtle best. He plays Matt Fletcher, a Rambo like character from FIRST BLOOD who returns home for some peace and quiet. But Trini, (Anjanette), draws him into a web of jealousy and power control with the town's chief, Chuy, (John Saxon). At first it starts with a little scuffle over Matt's horse, an Appaloosa. But it digs deeper than that when morals are tested. Brando throws in the occasional modern slang that fits in to this western period. It's a joy to watch him and the story slowly unravel. This will have to be director Furie's best effort with the help of Russell Metty's photography.

Jules H (es) wrote: The jokes are funny and the situations provide classic moments. However, the premise is all too common to consider the film groundbreaking. It's almost good, but not very.

Jeshelle V (mx) wrote: Hate it. You're kids will love it though.

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