Dear Mr. Watterson

Dear Mr. Watterson

20 years after Calvin and Hobbes stopped appearing in daily newspapers, filmmaker Joel Allen Schroeder has set out to explore the reasons behind the comic strip's loyal and devoted following.

A documentary film about the impact of the newspaper comic strip Calvin & Hobbes, created by Bill Watterson. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dear Mr. Watterson torrent reviews

Erin D (au) wrote: reliving my childhood.

Nicolas I (ag) wrote: Being On Air with a Terrorist. Very original shaky thriller.

Kristy L (gb) wrote: it was dramatic, as expected. not a single tear but it breaks my heart badly, i'd watch it again just to make sure it is a very beautiful story.

Charles M (ag) wrote: I liked the movie. It beat the heck out of Man With the iron Fist and Crouching Tiger. I am generally not a fan of Chinese martial arts genre movies, but this was different. The cinemetography was brilliant, the setting was period authentic, and the acting was better than average. The special effects were awesome! The movie is about a man who returns after 3 years to save his fiance, and her father, from an evil warlord. The plot takes some twists and turns, so you are never really sure of the good guys from the bad. The best part is the dazzling magic tricks. Some may be computer tricks, and some are revealed as slight-of-hand, but its all fascinating! In addition, you get a little martial arts, but just enough to make it interesting. There's some drama, some lightheartedness, and a love story of sorts. Its a fun watch. But be forwarned, for those of us who are English only speakers, the audio is in Chinese. So, be prepared to use subtitles. For me, that really didn't take anything away from this movie!

Cedric L (mx) wrote: Respectful but stomach-churning and emotionally stirring.

Caitlin S (fr) wrote: This movie has the most phallic sword fight ever. And a lot of other sexy things, like Tak Sakaguchi and a bazooka.

Carlos I (us) wrote: Excellent remake! Kinski is outstanding in the title role, Ganz is great too, weird seeing him so young. The atmosphere and tension is masterfully handled by Herzog.

Bastien M (br) wrote: Premier long metrage de Pialat et deja un grand film. Bien qu'il ait declare ne jamais la porte dans son coeur, on sent l'influence de la Nouvelle Vague dans ce film (difficile de ne pas faire de paralleles avec Les 400 coups de Truffaut), dans ce portrait touchant et pour le moins perturbant d'un enfant mal dans sa peau. Le cadrage est precis, l'esprit est tourne vers le documentaire (captation de fragments de la vie, la vraie + acteurs non-professionnels), le montage audacieux car en marge des productions habituelles. Dommage que la non-experience des acteurs diminuent un peu l'intensite du film, et que sa construction par blocs heterogenes demande un temps d'adaptation, sans quoi s'eut ete un chef-d'oeuvre. En depit c'est un grand film, ni plus, ni moins.

Mehek A (jp) wrote: Not smooth at all!!!! Not kool. Seemed like not real. Not worth watching. More interesting story than dances.

Joseph G (es) wrote: Falls into that familiar middle ground of likable Woody Allen films. None the less I am such a sucker for his later work, I don't mind that % 50 of the people might not like this film, I love it. It's a movie that you don't pick apart or question too much just go along for the ride. You will get the usual beautiful scenery and costume design that comes across as completely authentic and unforced, the score is the usual whimsy jazz tunes that make you smile, and when your watching at home you can't help but to hit rewind on the remote to commit to memory the cool little one liners and dialogue gems that Allen still delivers. The movie is meant to be enjoyed and leaves you with a smile instead of a thought provoking head ache, shell out the $4-5 dollars at the used DVD store or online to add this to your collection.

Roxanne D (us) wrote: I'd heard so much about this film, so I finally caved in, but i'm disappointed. I was hoping for some comradery among the Xquisite boys, instead of ambition and betrayal. Mike is betrayed and replaced, and finds potential for love only once he quits stripping. A really pointless and regressive conclusion to a film with so much naked men in it. Channing Tatum has a truly wonderful, vulnerable, and sincerely uncomfortable scene in the film that redeemed the time I thought I lost watching this.

Tom M (es) wrote: Shrek Forever After is funny and has the same lovable characters but is still more of the same and very similar to the past entries.