The film follows a gang of puppies who are preparing for their Christmas. Unfortunately, the vicious demon Belladonna appears and plans to capture all dogs around the world to ruin the holiday. Given no choice left, the gang have to thwart him and save their own Christmas. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An All Dogs Christmas Carol
Charlie B. Barker and Itchy Ford are back with Sasha and the gang having a Dicken's of a time as they try to save Christmas from Carface and an evil spirit that wishes to use dogs all over the world to ruin Christmas forever.
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Jamie D (fr) wrote: They couldn't have cast a better person to play Terry Fox in this, Shawn Ashmore looks exactly like him. Great Canadian film!
Bill R (mx) wrote: a nice little slow starter that builds the character up into a whole new level. The downward spiral that takes place fits perfectly into what the movie turns into by the rolling of the credits and it ends nicely.
Brenton M (ag) wrote: What a great film in an era when people have stopped caring about story. A classic tale brought into a contemporary setting. I loved it.
Andrew M (ca) wrote: Limitless doesn't exactly live up to its title in terms of narrative, but it's a pretty fun time as a whole. The story here is pretty familiar, with plot points shared by and used in a more inventive manner in numerous other movies, but it's almost always entertaining. It certainly helps that Bradley Cooper brings his usual sense of charm and charisma to the lead role. The likes of Abbie Cornish and Robert de Niro are horribly wasted, but Cooper does a good job of holding the film on his shoulders. Limitless is also really visually pleasing: it's not particularly subtle, but the way the colors become more saturated when Cooper's Eddie Morra takes the mysterious drug is well done and adds some nice flair to the movie. It's not an intelligent mindbender like you might expect, but as an action thriller, it's a commendable effort that's perfect for sitting back and enjoying for 105 minutes.
Michael C (de) wrote: For Fans Of: Weaving story lines, Rosario Dawson, Paul Dano Date Night: Nope Art Factor: Medium Fun Factor: None Emotional Factor: Low Intelligence Required: Low Essential Viewing: No The Plot: Four stories of various poor people in the same poor area weave about. My Take: Multiple story lines are usually really fun for me. Babel, Crash, 21 Grams, etc., I find them a fun change of pace from the usual formula. But after watching Explicit Ills I am reminded of what can go wrong. Before we get to the wrong let me hit the few bright spots. First time director Mark Webber was not bad behind the lens at all. Many of his shots were interesting takes where most would have settled for the usual. He also used some nice transitions that were both creative and sudden. The ensemble cast was wonderful, with Dano and Dawson being the only two established players in the cast. Both Dano and Dawson shown bright, but we just weren't given enough time to see just how bright. Which leads me to... What went wrong. The multiple story lines are very loosely tied together. In fact, I really never gave a shit that they were. It just never felt necessary to see the big picture because the small ones all felt so damned rushed. That rush speed is this film's problem in a nutshell and a great lesson to film students everywhere. Do not sacrifice intimate moments of a film because you are trying to squeeze in too many intimate moments. Let your actors breathe into scenes and stay with them for a bit. Dont make a film where you want me to care if your not going to give me a chance to find out what I should be caring about...
Connor O (ru) wrote: Easily the best movie of '08. Very dense. Not at all a "sit down and watch with your buddies" kind of movie. If you want to get everything you can out of it, you will most likely have to watch it 3+ times and do some internet research as well.
Justin W (kr) wrote: ....whoopi goldberg....fighting crime with a dinosaur? sweet moses eating pudding pops out of a tube sock, i still don't understand why this film was made...but it's a goldmine to rip on. it's not very good, but the entertainment you'll have making fun of the goings on in the film will make a viewing worthwhile.
Paul D (us) wrote: Insightful look into Anne and her life.
Caesar M (gb) wrote: There is only one reason I watched this, Donnie Yen was in it and I thought is would be a good movie. Instead, I saw the most average movie I've ever seen. It's not bad, nor is it good. It kinda hard to explain exactly why it's average. I guess the story has a terrible balance of being gritty and humorous most of the time, but it knows exactly when to time it correctly. There some plot twists, but they're generally weak and you wished it would've gone in a different direction. The acting is both strong and weak in certain scenes of the movie. Unfortunately the only reason I saw was because it had Donnie Yen and he's not in much of this movie. While the action is below average, except when Donnie Yen fights (though still average), it won;t keep you entertain. Though what I did like was the many location of the characters went to which add realism (I think) to the movie. Overall it could've been better, but it still worth a watch just to see Donnie Yen in a early role. If your looking for a good police movie, I recommend Police Story 1-3 mostly because they're from Asia just like this movie.
Bryan P (nl) wrote: Last man standing sees Bruce Willis head to Jericho with two gangs owning the place. He is the one in the middle working for whoever just to make money and kills anyone along the way
Gimly M (kr) wrote: There was probably no need for it to have a two hour runtime. This is as classic 80's/90's Coen brothers as they come: a bloated, strange, genre-blending, bizarrely paced and beautifully shot mess that's well worth your time.
Stephanie D (us) wrote: Rock & Doris again... I love how corny and weird old movies are. Again, like Pillow Talk, he is a lying prick but she loves him anyway b.c aren't they all!