Alone for Christmas

Alone for Christmas

When a family visits Grandma's house on Christmas Eve, they leave their dog at home alone. And when burglars try to take the presents from under the tree, the dog must use every trick it ...

When a family visits Grandma's house on Christmas Eve, they leave their dog at home alone. When burglars break in to steal the presents under the tree, the dog uses a variety of tricks to stop the crooks. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Alone for Christmas torrent reviews

Blake P (ag) wrote: Period pieces. Love them or hate them, they'll always be classic, they'll always be here, and they're not for everybody. "Vanity Fair" is odd because, while it's a bit more modern than most, it still manages to ring with familiarity. It's well-made, and has terrific acting, I'll give it that-- but "Vanity Fair" struggles mostly because it's tough to really love. After all, "Pride and Prejudice" is much more famous. Becky Sharp (Reese Witherspoon) comes from the tragic past of a poor family, but as she grows up, she is determined to throw her background behind her and climb the social ladder, all the way to the top. She's a mountaineer, a character quips. Becky starts with humble beginnings, winning a job as a governess for the aristocratic Crawley family. She charms everyone, and catches the eye of the handsome son, Rawden (James Purefoy), and they secretly get married. But Becky's dreams of being at the top of the social pyramid begins to wane quickly. "Vanity Fair" has the visual feel of the sumptuous "Girl with a Pearl Earring", but it's a little more light and flavorful in tone. The mood of the lighting shifts along with the weather and contrasts with the emotion of each scene. It's so beautiful to look at, that's we're instantly reminded why period pieces are still popular. The thing that sticks out in "Vanity Fair" though, is its characters. You know when you watch other films in the same vein and mean characters slip in and out of scenes like snakes but manage to steal them anyway? The film revolves around those secondary characters, and thanks to this aspect as well vas the visual style, it makes the flaws just a little bit prettier. And you still can't help but watch with utter fascination as these characters eloquently insult and deceive one-another. It's one thing to have a film filled with, let's say, not nice people, but when they can get away with it and still look good, it's rather impressive. But the luminosity of everything is just surface level. "Vanity Fair" is overlong, and is so full of characters (though many are great fun to watch) that it's hard to keep track of their purpose to keep the plot moving. The story never totally connects together, and while the art presented here is certainly delectable, it instantly gives the film the label as a style over substance film. You can tell especially that when Becky is social climber and the film's only reason why she does it is because she was poor. While much of everything here is flawed, Witherspoon's performance is very good and by no means is she badly cast here. Mira Nair does an excellent job of creating the world of "Vanity Fair", but she fails to make a thoroughly entertaining film. Movies are a world in which it's important to feel involved, but it never occurs here. We can sit here and look at all of the gorgeous color and atmosphere, but the film's too long for that. The ending of the film is explosive, but everything moves around with not much energy. "Vanity Fair" is a beautifully made adaptation, but not too much more. There's so much going on at once that it bogs the film down much more than it truly deserves.

Yana F (ca) wrote: Fantastic movie. The story line is capturing and attacks the human heart.

Short Horror R (ru) wrote: A Nightmare On Elm Street 4 (1988) - Freddy gets funny in a forgettable 4th film. The cast sleepwalk through an uninspired creation.

FilmGrinder S (ru) wrote: 84%I guess Dr. Evil finally gets to rule the world! George Lucas would shit his pants, if he heard these horrible sound effects. 80's awesomeness.

Bheema D (es) wrote: WHAT WAS THAT ENDING

Robyn M (gb) wrote: A fantastic social drama, and still relevant today too! Field is perfect, Sally Field makes her outstanding performance (she won her first Best Actress Oscar) as a southern textile work attempting to unionise the mill with the aid of organiser Ron Leibman.This film is in no way a documentary(lightly based on a true event), but the filming style and plot line lend to using its emotions to guide its way. Sally Field's acting in this movie is impeccable. Beau Bridges is also great as Sonny. The script is incredible. Martin Ritt did an excellent job directing the movie. I highly recommend this film, its impossible not to Love Sally Fields.

Catherine N (nl) wrote: Great murder mystery set in WW II time England as the bombs are dropping. A patient suspiciously dies on the operating under the care of team of army medics. Who is the killer? Alastair Sims making his film debut plays the detective who investigates the suspects.

Andis Z (au) wrote: tada ?oti joc?ga, bet kopum? man patika ;)

Khalimah (de) wrote: can I watch this freed???????~'~'~'~'~'

Aael G (br) wrote: Like the film a lot but there is a problem w why does it even have a rated R rating just for scares