Snoopy Come Home

Snoopy Come Home

Snoopy travels to see his sick former owner and then feels obliged to return to her permanently.

Snoopy travels to see his original owner, Lila, who is currently in the hospital, and then feels obliged to return to her permanently. But then, he has to return home to say goodbye to Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Donald D (us) wrote: Fantastic, quiet film. A poem in film form about poetry.

Greg W (us) wrote: good doc about the real horse whisperer

Simon G (br) wrote: When I See The All The Movie, Is Have Funny And And The Start And Dr. Dolittle Going to Test Animal And She Get A Bit of Said " MOM ... " So She Working To Test, And After She Look The States Of Washington D.C So I Was Funny And Same Time Dr. Dolittle Working Hard So Test And End Of Movie I Saw Dance And Make Mi Good, And Small Dog have Problems To Reach Help Or Worry. But Dr. Dolittle Working Small Dog The End Of Story. And I Love All Dance And Video Is Moving And is Grait. So This is Good More So I Give 4/5 Stars.

Sarah H (nl) wrote: Isn't it sad? The only character I cared about was a parrot (with a god-awful voice-over). It's a combination of Pumkinhead, Alien, and Jeepers Creepers...all of which are better movies than this.

Harry E (nl) wrote: This is a strange project, and I suspect that most people who watch it do so mainly because it's such a novelty. It's centered around Bob Dylan, playing basically a version of a concept of himself, Jack Fate, a once-famous musician hired by corrupt promoters to perform at a benefit concert in some country where there's a revolution going on. Dylan is in his aimless rambler mode, and since he co-wrote the film as well in that same mode, the movie itself is kind of just aimless rambling, as Dylan interacts with an awesome supporting cast, though all their characters are pretty one-dimensional. It's nice to watch and listen to Dylan here as well as the rest of the cast; they all speak in comfortably worn and vague metaphors. You get the feeling that it's all meant to represent something, but you're never really able to figure out what the point is. Maybe the filmmakers didn't either, and were content to just build a film that meanders about an enigma at its core. Still interesting, though.

Hikaru I (ag) wrote: Interesting story, I liked how everything progressed though I knew where it was going most of the time. I only wish there had been less sex in it...

Brandon V (nl) wrote: There is only one thing I can say about "Inspector Gadget". FUCK THIS MOVIE. Do not see this movie ever! Do not buy it on DVD! Do not buy it on Blu-Ray! God, help us if this movie gets on Blu-Ray. This movie is not on Blu-Ray... Thank God. But if it is on Blu-Ray, I am going to freak the fuck out!

TTT C (nl) wrote: (* 1/2): Thumbs Down A decent cast is wasted in this very unlikeable movie.

Marc D (es) wrote: The four main characters (and the performances behind them) make this film. The first time I saw it, I developed a crush on all four, and haven't quite gotten over any of them since then.


Timm S (au) wrote: Interesting, Considering It's Based On A First-Hand (Partially True) Account. It Felt A Bit Like Watching The Famous Five (Or In This Case 17) In Action Though. It Doesn't Really Answer Anything Other Than That The Law Is An Ass, Never Really Solving Anything After The Fact.

Rick R (ru) wrote: Mr. Majestyk (1974)This was Charlie Bronson at his peak doing a great Elmore Leonard story about a kick-ass melon farmer going up against the mob. Maybe it was taking advantage of the whole Cesar Chavez plight of migrant farm worker's rights that was going on at the time, and the story itself is pretty predicable, but you can't deny Bronson did a great job in this movie.Vince Majestyk (Bronson) is just a watermelon farmer getting close to harvest time. When his workers are getting shaken down by some shady characters, Vince steps in, sending them scurrying. Now he is getting the anger of organized crime, led by a smarmy Al Lettieri (Frank Renda) as well as some bad cops. But, they haven't heard the last of Vince when he puts his mind to something.This is a great 70s actioner that you've got to see if you get the chance.

Timm S (us) wrote: Back When Smoking On An Airliner Was Totally Legal..With Health Affects To Others Not A Concern Back Then, No Wonder Passengers Could Visit The Cockpit, Stow-Away On Flights As Well As Madmen With Bombs. Thankful Times Have Changed, But It Took Many Years (Decades) Before We Finally Turned The Corner. For A Disaster Drama, As Was The Style Of The Time, This Takes A Larzafare Approach, Seeming Almost 'Brady Bunch' In The Script Delivery...Which Is Comic In Parts, But Still Entertaining In A Sunday-Matinee Kinda Way.

Jason Z (it) wrote: One of the best gangster movies of all time.

Hashim H (mx) wrote: Not since Carpenter's Halloween has the frame been used this ingeniously, potent, primal and genuinely frightening.10/10