Benji: Off the Leash!

Benji: Off the Leash!

Benji and his friends try to save his mother from a puppy mill.

Three unlikely, unsuspecting souls who come face-to-face with that moment in their lives when they must stand and be counted. For Sheldon, it's difficult because he doesn't appear to be the... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Benji: Off the Leash! torrent reviews

Avery A (es) wrote: A good solid epilogue to the lovely Tangled. Finally happily every after. Disney must do this more.

Jordon J (br) wrote: Basically your typical UFC fighting movie,Some of the performances are ok most are bad lol but it's entertaining enough to deem a RENT IT!!!

Eduardo B (mx) wrote: Pray the Devil Back to Hell is a heart-breaker, but quite inspirational as the women of Liberia fight for peace for an entire nation. The documentary tracks the horrid violence of the country as children fire machine guns aimlessly and the government abuses its power to a whole new level. The women come together regardless of their background and unite for a common struggle in which peace is the only acceptable result. The footage is shocking along with the insightful interviews. The lengths these women go make this a true revolution.

David K (us) wrote: A phenomenal art-house revenge flick. With solid performances and some unpredictable and funny moments its one hell of a ride.

Saban E (gb) wrote: I don't think I will ever watch this.

Augustine H (jp) wrote: A classical romance with memorable performances from Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts.

Justin L (ru) wrote: Very entertaining "Lost World" Z-Grade garbage with gore, sex, cannibals, bar fights, gun fights, booby traps, plastic model airplane crashes, terrible dialogue, quicksand, slave plantations, stone age sacrifices, piranha attacks and other fun stuff. Technically not a good movie, but it's fast paced and a whole lot of fun.

Sherlock S (mx) wrote: Plan 9 as worst movie of all time? Pshaw! Look right here. SPOILER:In what i assume was an effort to make the film long enough to show on drive in screens they pad the length with long scene of guys walking around in the woods picking up leaves.LOOK for the piggy! Its THE best acting and scene in the whole movie.Frankly its pretty enjoyable once you realize you are cueing up a title contender for worst movie of all time.Second spoiler: That creature on the DVD box you see? Don't hold your breath waiting for it to ever appear.

Olly H (ru) wrote: aussergewhnlicher thriller der spass macht und unterhlt

Edith N (nl) wrote: See, This Is Why You Should Get to Know a Person First Apparently, the costume designer on this film thought there should be a movie about a costume designer. Fair enough; I'm sure you could make movies out of a lot of professions. However, there's only so much of this movie that's actually about costume design. Honestly, Lauren Bacall's character could have done essentially anything artsy, and it would have provided the necessary contrast. There just has to be some conflict over how Gregory Peck's character sees life and how hers does. They must operate in very different worlds. In fact, one of the scenes in the movies, for me, calls to mind the [i]Thin Man[/i] bit where Myrna Loy goes to the fights for the first time, and it wouldn't surprise me if it was supposed to. It's the kind of thing Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn would have done, if they hadn't been making [i]Desk Set[/i]. Peck is Mike Hagen, and Bacall is Marilla Brown. He's a sports writer, and he's in California to watch some golf. Apparently, it's the biggest golf match of the year, and he can't remember writing about it or filing his copy, because he was roaring drunk the night before. It turns out Marilla worked on it with him, and he becomes enchanted with her. They get married almost immediately. When they get back to New York, he discovers that she's a wealthy, successful fashion designer, and she discovers that his life is best described as "gritty." She is hired to design costumes for a musical put on by Zachary Wilde (Tom Helmore), and his ex-girlfriend, Lori Shannon (Dolores Gray), will be in the lead. But Mike's lied about even knowing her. What's more, Mike has been writing stories about Martin J. Daylor (Edward Platt), a crooked boxing promoter. Daylor wants Mike to stop. Marilla doesn't seem to understand how serious it is. She's busy being angry at Mike for the whole lying thing. Honestly, I don't think she has any right to be upset about anything but the lying. It's only reasonable to assume that someone his age (Peck was about forty at the time) had women in his past. It's not unreasonable to assume that he would have had at least one serious relationship in his past, and it could be quite recent. Though it is interesting that she expects him to be calm about her ex-boyfriend, and she seems to have a lot more current connection to him. Usually, things run the other way. The ex-girlfriend is usually the one floating around, and we're supposed to take it for granted that Boys Will Be Boys. Whereas the woman (Bacall was a bit over thirty) was supposed to have been a total innocent. So that's something, anyway. But the first thing Mike does when he's dabbling at cleaning up for Marilla is not merely take down the picture but tear it up. Of course, he then throws the pieces away casually enough so that Marilla can find them. But see, this is part of why I think you should maybe get to know someone before marrying them. Yes, it sometimes works out. However, I think that's rare. I think Marilla has a reason to be as worried as she is about compatibility. They know so little about each other that he doesn't even know she comes from money. Or St. Louis. I think he thought she was a Starving Artist; after all, he gave her seven hundred dollars for helping with the article. Which then gave her reason to believe that he was the kind of guy who could throw around seven hundred dollars for what couldn't have been all that much help. I mean, how much did he get paid for the article himself? Seven hundred dollars is pretty good money now. She didn't know about his regular poker night or his punchy ex-fighter buddy (Mickey Shaughnessey). She showed up to a boxing match wearing a mink dress. And I think he kind of assumed that every man in her social circle was either a ladykiller or gay. Though of course he never says the word "gay." The movie never really seems to gel for me. She manages to be nave enough that she doesn't realize that Johnnie "O" (Chuck Connors) is threatening her husband, but she's lived in a pretty sophisticated circle for some time. The threats to his life, in fact, seem to have been added on because it would otherwise be a pretty generic romantic comedy. It strikes me that the two were very different people while they were in California, which isn't surprising. Everyone is different away from home. But they have to seem compatible enough for the difference to be wacky when they get back. Yes, it can be alarming to encounter your new significant other's social circle for the first time, especially when you've made a pretty serious step in advance. It also seems, however, that the extreme nature of the friends was hyped up by focusing on the least normal ones. Most of the poker buddies were gritty but relatively normal. But instead, let's look at the one who can't tell his friends from his enemies in a fight.

Terri H (it) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested

Eliabeth H (au) wrote: Apparently Wes Bentley existed before American Horror Story.

Jouni R (br) wrote: If you're looking for a good B-class action movie, check this one out. Other than that, avoid!

Russ B (it) wrote: 1/20/2017: A really good sequel. This is one of few sequels that may be better than the original.