Leafie, a Hen Into the Wild

Leafie, a Hen Into the Wild

Based on a bestselling preteen novel of the same title that has sold more than 1 million copies in Korea, “Leafie, A Hen into the Wild” is about a laying hen named Leafie who is destined to live the “same old” repetitive life confined on the chicken farm. Her fate changes when she escapes from the chicken farm and hatches a duck egg. With the duckling (who believes Leafie to be his mother), sets off on a journey into the wild with her new son to find her freedom.

Based on a bestselling preteen novel of the same title that has sold more than 1 million copies in Korea, “Leafie, A Hen into the Wild” is about a laying hen named Leafie who is destined to live the “same old” repetitive life confined on the chicken farm. Her fate changes when she escapes from the chicken farm and hatches a duck egg. With the duckling (who believes Leafie to be his mother), sets off on a journey into the wild with her new son to find her freedom. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Heather M (br) wrote: This is a beautiful and magical story of second chances and moving on after a terrible loss. The twists shouldn't be unexpected, but they are still beautiful.

Kim B (ag) wrote: def one-sided but an interesting story about sue. i think they kinda got racked through the coals a bit to set a precedent. However, selling to private individuals or the black market shouldn't be allowed on fossils I'm sorry. They belong in museums. I still think that Indian giver should've gotten in trouble as well and should've had to give some money to those paleontologists because they found it in the first place and did all the work.

Jelani T (mx) wrote: Funny as hell! Great movie if you're just looking for a lighthearted fun movie.

Abhishek S (mx) wrote: Funniest Hindi Movie Ever! Akshay Kumar's best film yet

Meaghan C (ag) wrote: Jason Ritter and Jess Weixler make the perfect onscreen pairing. Their performances are honest and bring the reality of the ups and downs of relationships to light. The episodic non-linear narrative only adds to their relationship. A great first feature from Jay DiPietro, both the writer and director of the film. Short and sweet.

John K (gb) wrote: This ScyFy movie with an excellent name falls in line with the rest of the network's films. A small farming town loses a bunch of cattle to mad cow disease and the crows that eat them get infected. Apparently the disease turns crows into carniverous killing machines with a taste for human flesh. Things are rather reminiscent of Hitchcock's The Birds, except that film was a masterwork and this one is lazy as hell. The computer crow fx are the worst CG I've seen since the early 90's. Also, like Hitchcock's film, this one takes itself completely seriously. But in this case that's not a good thing because a film called Kaw should be able to laugh at itself but it doesn't. And as the crows pick up rocks in their talons to throw at a school bus, it should be hilarious, but it is supposed to be terrifying and somehow it misses the mark on both fronts. It is a state of affairs because I really wanted to be able to recommend a movie called Kaw, but I just can't.

Gregorio G (es) wrote: Havent Seen it but will rent it

bill s (ca) wrote: A fine story,well acted with that sense of dread just over it's shoulder.

Astrotrain (mx) wrote: Toppers back for a third installment with new ghosts and new mystery to solve, this time Rochester (from Jack Benny) joins the crew. But still only Topper can see the ghosts, but Rochester catches a glimpse of what the ghosts are doing. Topper fades from the silver screen down to the television screen in a weekly series.

Will B (it) wrote: This was my least favorite but still good

Tania L (de) wrote: I want to see this movie but unfortunately Ican't :( :( :(

Will D (es) wrote: Full of oversized wild boars and psycho local yokels who work in a pet food factory.