Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief
Maya Dolittle (Kyla Pratt) is back in a heartwarming adventure of presidential proportions! Maya's dream of going to vet school is put on hold when she gets a call from the president of the United States. It seems the First Dog is out of control, and the president needs Maya's help. It's up to Maya and her own dog, Lucky, to stop a canine catastrophe from becoming a national crisis!.
- Category:Crime, Family
- Stars:Shammi Kapoor, Sadhana, Sanjeev Kumar, Pran, Johnny Walker, Helen, Sulochana Latkar, Raj Mehra, Anwar Hussain, Dhumal, Shivraj, Jagdev, Prem Kumar, Rajan Kapoor, Ratnamala, Kyla Pratt, Peter Coyote, Malcolm Stewart, Niall Matter, Elise Gatien, Karen Holness, Christine Chatelain, Kwesi Ameyaw, Stephanie Belding, Christopher Gaze, Andrew McIlroy, Kirsten Kilburn, Adam Thomas, Jason Griffith, Alex Kliner,
- Country:USA, Canada
- Director:Craig Shapiro,
- Writer:Matt Lieberman, Matt Lieberman (story), Kathleen Laccinole
Maya Dolittle, who can talk to animals like her father, is placed on special assignment by the President of the United States of America. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: I love Louise Bourgeois as an artist, but this documentary really doesn't do her justice.
(gb) wrote: I liked this movie Higgins from My Fair Lady is in this as Dr. Dolittle and this one is way better than the Eddie Murphy Dr. Dolittle. Also I've done some research on this film and can you explain this critics of this movie got bad reviews can you explain how it got nominated for an Oscar for best picture so it's either the academy that is dumb(probably because Audrey Hepburn had a way greater performance in Wait Until Dark than Katherine Hepburn's performance in Guess Who's Coming to Dinner but Katherine Hepburn one even though Audrey won the BAFTA and Golden Globe for best actress in 1968 for Wait Until Dark but somehow Katherine Hepburn won the Oscar) or the critics are dumb which they probably are because The Dark Knight Mother fricking Rises deserves 96% instead of 87% also Breakfast at Tiffany's deserves 100% instead of 88% so you decide academy or critics?
(nl) wrote: AWESOME. "Eyes Without a Face" remade as slick 80s Eurotrash. One of Jess Franco's most coherent and accessible films, with a glossy surface and hints of utter depravity lurking beneath.
(br) wrote: Awesome 80's nostalgia...
(ca) wrote: pointless plot, movie never really goes anywhere and the comedy is a aquired taste
(ag) wrote: I half liked this movie and half didn't like it. The story is interesting even though it's cheesy, but it gets less interesting as it goes on. Overall, it's just okay.
(kr) wrote: Slowpaced, not very terrifying, and not for this day and age anymore. First off, not much could traumatize a six-year old, let alone sex. Secondly, if you make promotion in that kind of atmosphere, you should be tougher than that.
(de) wrote: Una basura. Que bajo a cado Wesley Snipes...
(fr) wrote: Persecuted won't be universally liked. It exposes hypocrisy both inside and outside of the Church. That's what got Jesus Christ crucified. We finally went to see Persecuted. It was done well. Gretchen was great. There were no hokey on unnatural scenes or lines. Everything was realistic. I can see where some parts of society would become paranoid about this movie. It really exposes the weakness of human nature and echoes many of the problems in American Church and society. This kind of thing can be very disturbing to the people who are exposed. Particularly obvious was the problem of Christians who were not being led by the Holy Spirit. Persecuted shows the problem of entertainment in the Church, the problem of those who have not been sent by God but they went anyway, and the corporate coldness aspect that has crept into the Church. The film shows the pride and money that so easily corrupt Christian organizations. In addition, the film exposes the hypocrisy of false "Christian" politicians along with the anti-Christian hate that is currently roiling just below the surface. Many of the lines were pulled out of present-day speeches. The film shows the danger that the United States is now in regarding religious liberty. It echoes many of the recent court cases and legislative actions against freedom of religion. All in all, an excellent movie. Everyone should see this film.
(de) wrote: How many Jim Carrey films are not great? Well this doesn't disappoint either. I think the other reason why I like it is because you can imagine it being true. Fully recommended
(ru) wrote: This film was just .... it was flat out bad. 2hrs after seeing this film, I completely forgot I sat thru it, nothing memorable.. not even to poke fun at. It has a respectable cast, but that couldn't salvage it, instead it seemed more like they showed up just for a paycheck instead, cause the acting was awfully dry. You'd get a similar performance from a preschool play. On its face, this film was all about cash grab, manufactured assembly line story with no substance of a story for a viewer to feel entertained. The closing of the film sums it up, life goes on, & none of it mattered. So skip it.