Siberia. Late autumn. In taiga, in the deserted village there lives an old man Ivan & his seven-year-old grandson Leshia. A pack of feral dogs devours everything alive in the neighborhood. One of these dogs is Leshia's best friend. Sometimes their relative uncle Yuri brings food to them. Once on his way back from Ivan's village uncle Yuri is attacked by dogs & perishes. Ivan & Leshia stay without supply. Once Leshia witnesses Ivan shooting at 'his' dog & runs away. The old Man finds him in a dry well, but he fails to get him out on his own. Ivan sets out through taiga in search of help. Now the dogs are hunting him... And the boy is waiting for his father...
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Borhan K (jp) wrote: The Company You Keep is a movie about a group of friends that were protestors when they were younger and 30 years have past and most of them have gone into hiding after a certain protest went horribly wrong and cost someone their life.Robert Redford's character gets framed and blamed for the murder and he goes into hiding under a new name and becomes a lawyer.Shia LaBeouf plays a reporter looking for a news story.He does not drop the story till he gets to the bottom of the story and unveils the truth.For me the story was dry and too long and boring.It was a no action thriller that read like a thriller novel. If this was originally a book this should have stayed a book. Not all books should become movies.Robert Redford was the director and do not get me wrong he has acted and made some great films unfortunately this was not one of them.Not suitable for the kiddies and not recommended.The only thing i liked was one scene he had some great rainforest and lake scenes beautifully shot. One star for that only.
Naja J (it) wrote: Mani Ratnam is the best.
Kaveen R (gb) wrote: Enjoyable, I felt Lucas was left unexplained
Niranjan P (ca) wrote: too good ................
Lee M (ca) wrote: Though dated, it's one of the best actioners of the 1970s. The film benefits from sharp editing, on-location shooting and strong acting.
Carl N (ca) wrote: A poor follow up to the brilliant vampire lovers. No star names and the so say "sexy" lead vampire Yutte Stensgaard goes bog eyed when trying to look erotic? Very poor!!
Camille L (it) wrote: Oui, Timeline est un film illogique, debile et particulierement mal ecrit. Mais Timeline est aussi un film divertissant, grace a la realisation toujours efficace de Richard Donner et a ses acteurs sympathiques (meme Gerard Butler) qui transforment ce qui aurait du etre un navet en un agreable film d'aventures sans pretention ni grand interet.
Jwee Chiek E (br) wrote: Surprisingly watchable despite poor ratings. Only because I saw the prequel, "Rise of the Lycans" first. Big difference to the enjoyment value when one understands the origin of vampires and lycans and the ancient blood feud that lasted for centuries until Michael comes along. The stunts and special effects were quite commendable.