Heidi is orphaned and her uncaring maternal Aunt Dete takes her to the mountains to live with her reclusive, grumpy paternal grandfather, Adolph Kramer. Heidi brings her grandfather back into mountain society through her sweet ways and sheer love. When Dete later returns and steals Heidi away to become the companion of a rich man's wheelchair-bound daughter, the grandfather is heartsick to discover his little girl missing and immediately sets out to get her back.

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Heidi torrent reviews

Jeffrey H (ag) wrote: A very much enjoyed this movie. Very different and a breathe of fresh air from what's out.

Tuukka P (gb) wrote: A documenatry about rapper Snoop Dogg and his journey to Jamaica to find the reggae side of his music. Snoop and his posse are a walking smoke cloud and the best argument against harms of Ganja and he comes across more as a human than his created "bad boy" pimp imago from the 90's.

Raul F (br) wrote: An interesting movie. I question how much Snoop truly wanted to grow as a person while taking a spiritual journey to find himself and how much he just wanted to go to Jamaica to get high...but hey, it was entertaining. Lol!

Mahmoud Z (jp) wrote: a regular friday night shooter...

Paul D (ag) wrote: Likeable boyish comedy with a few strained but decent laughs.

Jessica H (gb) wrote: slightly interesting,

Kathi M (au) wrote: Most of the so-called critics' reviews are based on a surface level. "Stilted" dialogue is actually closer to real than a flowing perfectly fit give and take dialogue. The character development with their idiosyncrasies is genuine. Try taking the self-important mask and watch it again, only this time, get off your pedestal!

Justin W (ca) wrote: it's an alright movie pitting dollman against the demonic toys. it's got some nice, bad puns in it...which, of course, scored big points in my book. you get quite a few flashbacks of previous movie footage, too, from the three films that this flick is a sequel to. but anyway, the movie is bad...but in the cheesy good way. it's worth a gander if you're a fan of dollman or the demonic toys.

Miguel A (it) wrote: Interpretao de entrega absoluta por parte de Diane Keaton faz toda a diferena num drama perigoso e intenso, mas nem por isso muito organizado nas suas ideias sobre a ressaca sexual dos anos 70. A realizao aos solavancos de Richard Brooks tambm no ajuda muito e o interesse do filme parece estar constantemente dependente do desempenho de Diane Keaton, que precede em muitos anos todas aquelas que obtiveram excelentes resultados ao renderem-se de corpo e alma tirania emocional do Lars Von Trier (Nicole Kidman, Bjork, Charlotte Gainsbourg). O facto de no ser o filme mais animador pode tambm ter ajudado a que esteja hoje meio esquecido nos arquivos da Paramount espera de ser recuperado quando for necessrio reavaliar a Diane Keaton ou isso.

Carlos M (nl) wrote: It is irritating to see a movie so awfully edited and structured, full of artificial conflicts and with a horrible dialogue, unable even to maintain focus and, worst of all, to offer any particularly interesting insight into its protagonist, who remains in the end a poorly delineated sketch.

Laura C (it) wrote: One of my favorite movies! So funny!

Johnny T (gb) wrote: The whole thing is just an insult to the original film. The first Exorcist was a chilling battle between the devil and a priest questioning his faith, with an innocent little girl used as the arena. Then the sequel comes along with mind-reading headbands, African demons and James Earl Jones dressed up like a giant locust, and everything is pissed against a wall. You'd be mad if you didn't make a sequel to one of the hugest movie hits ever, but a disastrous critical reaction, and even laughter during the premiere, buried its reputation almost immediately, despite high credentials. It's not a film I'd heartily recommend, but it's interesting as a direct sequel to the classic, with many of the original cast reappearing. It comes as a tremendous shock to hear that Richard Burton was generally sober for the first few weeks of production, because every second of his performance simply bellows "liquor-soaked ham." Rather than sample more Mike Oldfield, the film stretches to a terrific music score, mixing liturgical and African themes, from Ennio Morricone. Boorman's film does have a keen sense of visual impact, and the sheer fact that it attempted to be original is worth noting. How could such a sure-thing sequel end up so absolutely atrocious? I've no idea.VERDICT: "Hit The Exits" - [Panned Reaction] These are some of the worst films ever made. These films do everything wrong and do it worse than bad. Audiences should never see this film under any circumstances! (Films that are rated 0.5 or 1 stars)