Eleven-year-old Bobby Cole and his dog Chilly are best friends, living happily in their Southern California beach house. But when Bobby's father Patrick (C. Thomas Howell), a single parent and police detective, accepts a job in New York City, they must find Chilly a new home. In an attempt to show his dad that Chilly can be a city dog, Bobby and his friends teach Chilly the indoor way of life. But Bobby's dad is not convinced, and it's not until Christmas Eve when corrupt dog thief Mr. Quarterman (Tom Arnold) breaks into the family home, that Chilly and Bobby can put their new training to the test! Can they band together to save Christmas -- and Chilly's future with the family?
Denis D (ca) wrote: Sporadically funny but too predictable
Karl M (gb) wrote: The story has so little hope that you have to cling to that last shred of it to the end.
Guido M (br) wrote: "Casa de mi Padre" is one of those regular SNL skits that was somehow extended into a full length movie. And although the movie succeeds at some few funny moments, the film wastes its potential by trying to make us care for characters that are either too over-the-top or painfully uninteresting. Will Ferrell talks spanish real bad, and that is funny the first fifteen minutes, but turns annoying really quickly. Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal are given the most boring dialogues in scenes I felt were never ending. In fact, the whole movie felt an eternity. Casa de mi Padre is a failed attempt at a definite Robert Rodriguez-inspired satire, that is way overlong besides its 1-hour-and-20-minutes duration, and way underproduced for a Will Ferrell Comedy. Just go watch "Machete" instead.
Florence (de) wrote: O Retorno de um Heri uma histria verdadeira e memorvel sobre a morte de um soldado em batalha, sobre a jornada de descobrimento de outro soldado e sobre a reverncia e gratido de uma nao em tempos de guerra. Depois de ouvir sobre a herica morte de um jovem fuzileiro naval no Iraque, o oficial veterano tenente-coronel Michael Strobl (Kevin Bacon) se voluntaria para escoltar o corpo do cabo Chance Phelps de volta a sua cidade natal, no Wyoming. Agora, durante esta viagem pelo corao da Amrica, Strobl se descobrir inesperadamente envolvido com uma nao em luto no apenas por Phelps, mas por todos os heris do pas que tombaram em combate.
Ben C (ca) wrote: This movie tries to exploit the behind-the-scenes motive of women gymnastics, but it fails for the whole 103 minutes. It all just seems mean-spirited from start to finish.
Rodney T (br) wrote: Why do they make movies like this?
Dann M (nl) wrote: Heather Graham and Joseph Fiennes star in the erotic psychological thriller Killing Me Softly. Based on a bestselling novel, a woman has a chance encounter with a mountain climber that leads to a passionate affair, but before long she starts to receive mysterious letters warning her that her lover is not the man that she thinks he is. Graham and Fiennes have no chemistry together, which is detrimental to the film. And the script does a rather poor job at developing the mystery and suspense; so much so that the twists and reveals have no impact. Still, there's some intrigue to the story, and a few tense moments here and there. A poorly made film, Killing Me Softly is ineffectual and formulaic.
The S (ru) wrote: A little known and very underrated comedy crime caper. There's a strong ensemble cast playing a bunch of likeable characters delivering ample laughs. It may be quite hard to find but it's worth it.
Hobie P (nl) wrote: Kinda like Slumber Party Massacre rip off but I had fun anyway.
Alexander W (de) wrote: Keys, keys, keys... :)Such efficient filmmaking.
Nico P (jp) wrote: Physics don't matter in this movie. And the MC is a child.
Federico F (fr) wrote: The best westerns of all time