A dog that helped soldiers in Afghanistan returns to the U.S. and is adopted by his handler's family after suffering a traumatic experience.

Max is a Belgian Malinois used to help U.S. Marines in Afghanistan. His handler is Kyle Wincott. When Kyle Wincott is killed in the war, his war dog, Max, suffers from stress. Max is to be put down because he has trouble listening to anyone else, until he meets Justin, Kyle';;s brother. Justin adopts and saves Max. Then both of their lives will never be the same again. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Max torrent reviews

Matt S (ca) wrote: You receive death just as you receive life, if your afraid in the present moment you die your death will be fearful, if you love, your death will be loving.

Jason V (fr) wrote: Breakfast with Scot is not refreshing, quirky, comedic or, frankly good. From the get go, Tom Cavangh's Eric is entirely unlikeable while Ben Shenkman's Sam seems to stick with him "just because." There's no warmth between the two, which makes every single scene they occupy together painful to watch. In fact, there's aren't two characters in this entire film who have any kind of chemistry. Not brothers, not parent and child, not coworkers, no one. It's entirely too telling that Eric and Sam (indeed, everyone else in the film) refrains from touching one another until the last 10 minutes. Maybe there's a message there about how distant these people are, but the movie is so dense and concerned with trying to be high minded to figure it all out. I have nothing but disdain for this entire endeavor from beginning to end. Unrealistic, maddening and ultimately mindboggling. And I haven't even talked about the kid, his guardian or any of the myriad subplots the story throws at the viewer.

Heather D (es) wrote: I had a bad dream after watched it. What a nightmare! lol

Ricardo H (au) wrote: Maybe a lot was lost in the translation, but it was extremely slow at times, with very poor acting, and sometimes bordering on boring. The story in real life is quite interesting, though!

Carrie T (ag) wrote: Flushed Away may look a bit fishy at first, but it still brought Ardman Animations' solid story as well as humor despite the CGI-replaced "claymation."

Angelina C (ru) wrote: Rec by Rthornhill. Thank you.

Kyle M (ca) wrote: Surprisingly enjoyable for an out-grown viewer, and it has the same enjoyment from other Nick's TV-based films, some for those only fans. (B-)

Tin N (es) wrote: beautiful depiction of bi-polar, overly dramatised though

Dan B (us) wrote: Spoiler alert: Is it bad that I cheered when the protagonist died?

william b (ca) wrote: Wow! This is great. Glen Ford movies are special. In this one, Rod Steiger uses everything, his body ( check out the poses he makes while trying to get the men to posse) , his voice ( a fantastic accent and cadence throughout his speeches), and his facial expressions. A brutal movie you must face. Oh Pinky!

Frank C (gb) wrote: Although I stand alone in my opinion, "Detroit Rock City" is on the same order as "Dazed and Confused" for me in terms of the perfect chill out movie. It's a great "adolescent" movie with great pacing, hilarious events, and some truly "fuck yea" moments that make it endlessly re-watchable. I love it.