Paws

Paws

A talking Terrier with impressive computer skills teams up with two youngsters to stop a million dollars from falling into the wrong hands.

Alex knows the whereabouts of a stashed-away fortune of $1 million. The mysterious Anja kidnaps him, but he's transferred clues of location of the cash onto computer disk that he gives to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Steven B (br) wrote: A good doco that manages to combine all of the interesting facts of wine making and the mystic of MJK. A must for Tool fans as it's one of the rare insights into the band's front man.

Benjamin A (it) wrote: Exelente animacion Nacional

(ru) wrote: Cast: Paul Rudd, Maura Tierney, Lauren Ambrose, Ron Eldard, Josh Hamilton, Ken Marino, Sarah Paulson Director: Katherine Dieckmann Summary: A coming-of-age story about a group of friends who reluctantly follow in their families' footsteps and face what they deem a bleak existence as clam diggers on Long Island. Directed by Katherine Dieckmann, this touching dramedy follows the companions as they struggle to cope with their predestined futures while dreaming of better lives. My Thoughts: "Talented cast, great acting, and a good script, makes this Indie film one to see. The story is about friendship, family, and change. The film has relatively and likeable character's. It's also funny, but at times a bit slow. But I enjoyed the characters. I found them to be realistic and full of heart. In this film Paul Rudd plays a more serious role, and it was a nice change from all his more comedic roles. I thought he was great. I also thought Ken Marino gave a great performance as well. I thought it was a great Indie flick."

Isaiah H (ag) wrote: To long, but great action, great story, and good acting. Also probably the most faithful film adaptation of a comic book I have seen.

Jake Z (fr) wrote: A gorgeous modern masterpiece of unshakeable power.

Peter M (gb) wrote: Fairly decent crime thriller with a pretty worthy cast.

Brooke W (au) wrote: This movie was stupid, but hilarious

Joseph G (us) wrote: It pains me to not absolutely love this movie, I'm a huge Woody Allen fan and I'm slowly working my way through all his great films..... But this just didn't do it for me. Zelig is a mock documentary, very clever and really cool concept. The film just did not keep my attention, within the first 15 minutes of the film I had already lost interest and realized that I did not want the watch an hour and a half of the same repetitive gags. Sadly this movie will not be going into my collection and I'm hoping I can recoup my money that I spent on it by selling it on Ebay.

James L (nl) wrote: Still one of my favorite comedies to this day.

Alexander H (es) wrote: An excellent movie. It's exciting, interesting, and you're constantly holding on to see what comes next.

D M (ru) wrote: A pretty ridiculous story. A sheriff realizes three children who were recently killed were all virgins, so someone gets the idea to organize a sex orgy for all the town's kids in order to protect them from the harmful desires of a faceless serial killer. Obviously made to be a parody on the typical horror film trope where sex=death, it doesn't get over its creepiness of the whole idea. Even Brittany Murphy, Jay Mohr, and DJ Qualls cannot interject enough humor to save this from being a too-gross slasher film.