All the Little Animals

All the Little Animals

Bobby Platt is a mentally slow young man who escapes an abusive, hateful stepfather who has killed his pets one by one. To save himself, Bobby runs away and meets a strange old man who ...

Bobby Platt is a mentally slow young man who escapes an abusive, hateful stepfather who has killed his pets one by one. To save himself, Bobby runs away and meets a strange old man who ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


All the Little Animals torrent reviews

Andrey B (fr) wrote: Very clever and entertaining zombie movie, even though it is not scary but thrilling. It's interesting to witness how different people act differently in various situations.

Gavin P (ag) wrote: Pretty stupid - not much happens or makes much sense. Clement & Rockwell are wasted and it hust feels like a tired coming-of-age story.

Zachary L (fr) wrote: A very depressing film. Zhou Xun stole the show.

Mikael E (jp) wrote: Bttre n vntat, normalt r jag ju lite algerisk mot svenska produktioner och tycker oftast de suger sten. Jag kanske var i rtt sinneslag fr att ta den till mig..

Mark W (gb) wrote: "Your fate lies on whatever road you take. Even if you choose to run from it"Guy Pearce is a very talented actor that hasn't quite achieved the leading man credentials he so thoroughly deserves. However, he still has a knack for choosing great roles. The real gems among his work tends to be lower budget indie fair. Some can hit the quality heights of Memento or L.A. Confidential and reach a mass audience while others become respectful career choices that tend to slip under the radar. Personally, I think Pearce's choices are always very interesting and First Snow is a prime example of his astute eye for a good role and project. Jimmy Starks (Pearce) is a cocky salesman who's car breaks down outside a desolate New Mexico town. To pass the time he pays a visit to a roadside fortune teller (J.K. Simmons). Although skeptical, Jimmy soon realises that the psychic is no con man and he's told that his future is very bleak. In fact, he's told that his life will come to an end when the first snow arrives, leaving Jimmy to explore how his fate will be sealed.Making his directorial debut, screenwriter Mark Fergus (Children of Men, Iron Man) sets his stall up with a metaphysical tale that wouldn't be out of place in a Twilight Zone episode. The premise is simple (but all the more effective for it) and there are elements that also bring reminders of Pearce's Leonard Shelby from Memento. With a similar claustrophobic edge, his character is holed up in his apartment - or the occasional motel room - having anxious discussions on the telephone that may or may not seal his fate. It's this psychological angle that really benefits this impressive and intriguingly abstract neo-noir. It's very well shot and the always reliable Pearce adds another solid character to his resume. He shows great range and holds the whole film together with his ability to switch from cocksure arrogance to paranoid wreck and has you delighted when it comes to watching him squirm. Pearce's effortless range really brings his character to the fore but what also works is it's haunting atmosphere and ability to maintain it's eeriness and mystery on such a low-key scale. It's a slow burner that explores the theoretical themes of predestination and self-determination and has you constantly wondering how events will pan out for our conscience-stricken protagonist. Unfortunately, the destination of his repentant road doesn't end as well as it should. After a such a gripping build up, the pay-off feels rushed and unsatisfactory but up until this point it's a very involving thriller.An impressive feature debut from Mark Fergus and on this evidence it's a shame that he hasn't stepped behind the camera since. The ending may let it down but this is still a taut, psychological mystery that deserves to receive a wider audience.Mark Walker

Brendan N (au) wrote: the leads are fun but the film is full of silly jokes. the film relies heavily on its premise to carry the film for its duration. walkens is wasted in he's role and michael shannon should fire he's agent.

Giorgio P (br) wrote: Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu is one of the best filmmakers of the 21st century

Alexander C (ag) wrote: Will have to watch this one. Not necassarily good or bad. Will see. Want to watch!

Paul K (br) wrote: This seemed an appropriate film to watch on the day that Bowie's death provoked a media frenzy. Wenders is at least as gnomic as Bowie. It's a slow movie, but with some interesting shots of a derelict pre-Unification Berlin. The conceit that angels, mute and monochrome, witness our experience from outside of time, verges on the voyeuristic. Nick Cave gets a look in. We watched it once before, many years ago - I think I enjoyed it more the first time.

Kante A (es) wrote: The choice of 80s pop synthesizer as soundtrack to a medieval film is terrible. I kept waiting for Axle Foley to jump out and start making wise cracks. Similarly, the costume designs also have a vaguely 80s flair. These two combine as a constant non sequitur that distracts from the fact that the cinematography is quite beautiful and the acting top notch. Re-release with an appropriate movie and you'll have an infinitely better film.

Tom G (au) wrote: Well, I thought it was rather good. For a 70's horror flick, it had a few jumps and scares. All quite good actors, EVEN the little girl

Tyler S (br) wrote: I remember watching this movie growing up. The smart kids adopt a conniving card shark to help them cross the wilderness in the 19th century.

Eric R (de) wrote: When going into "Terminal Island" I was expecting an earlier, lower budget, trashier exploitation version of "Escape from New York." Not only did it deliver on those accounts but it was also a more professionally made example of its ilk and manages to even please fans outside of the trashy exploitation ring.In the future capital punishment is now against the law. In its place criminals are exiled to a heavily guarded island where they are forced to fend for themselves in order to survival. A women recently sentenced to the island is forced against her will to provide physical labor, of the farming and sexual, kind to a sadistic self-proclaimed dictator (Sean Kenney). Being rescued by fellow prisoners, they band together with brains, bosoms and brawn to bring the psychotic "duke of terminal island" down. Though it can be described as an action-adventure flick, "Terminal Island" at its heart is pure crass exploitation and takes full advantage to show boobies and extreme violence at every opportunity. What makes it rise above other films in the genre is that it actually takes time for character development and some good old fashioned action to appeal to general film fanatics. The cast is extremely strong for this type of film, including early rolls for future Magnum P.I. costars Tom Selleck (as a doctor) and Roger E. Mosley. We are also graced with strong performances by Don Marshall, Sean Kenney and future "Vegas" star Phyllis Davis and director Stephanie Rothman handles her cast and low budget well, learning her trade from her earlier Roger Corman production "The Student Nurses."Though "Terminal Island" today is mostly known as an early exploitation film for future super star Tom Selleck, it is far better than that. Sure it's an exploitation film at heart but it still has enough other elements to please 70s film fans in general with interesting characters and numerous action sequences. I was thoroughly entertained by the film and any self-respecting drive-in cinema fan should be also. Multiple DVDs versions exist but only Code Red's beautiful widescreen release is fully uncut.

Zoran S (de) wrote: The photography is beautiful so it's worth watching for that alone (it's done by Jack Cardiff). That said, Sophie Loren isn't the greatest actor and I become a bit bored by the third act.

Andrew O (ru) wrote: For all it's darkness and barely hidden cynicism, American Beauty is, well, a beautiful film. It makes one appreciate life more and has an odd sense of optimism about it, and makes a filmmaker like myself never want to stop making movies.

Ryan H (au) wrote: The apex of the buddy cop comedy action thriller. It is such an influential movie to the action genre that I recommend everyone see it.