Stray Dogs

Stray Dogs

A father and his two children wander the margins of modern day Taipei, from the woods and rivers of the outskirts to the rain streaked streets of the city. By day the father scrapes out a meager income as a human billboard for luxury apartments, while his young son and daughter roam the supermarkets and malls surviving off free food samples. Each night the family takes shelter in an abandoned building. The father is strangely affected by a hypnotic mural adorning the wall of this makeshift home. On the day of the father's birthday the family is joined by a woman - might she be the key to unlocking the buried emotions that linger from the past?

An homeless alcoholic man and his two young children, one boy and one girl, barely survive in Taipei. During the day, the father earn their lives by holding up signs advertising real estate while the children wanders around stores and the countryside. They only meet at night to wash in public bathrooms and then sleep in abandoned buildings. One day, a lonely grocery clerk joins them, fulfills their family and makes their lives brighter. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Stray Dogs torrent reviews

Leonardo Malacay S (jp) wrote: Una historia de esas que no son nada sorprendentes pero esta entretenida y da buen taco de ojo.

Ejan Y (gb) wrote: This one really sucks... i like the original one

Dane P (mx) wrote: Somewhat overlong but still packed with some pretty funny scenes and some nice chemistry

Robyn B (ru) wrote: Watched it again today. It still holds up as one of the funniest movies I've ever seen. Tom Selleck is a master of physical comedy.

skylee p (gb) wrote: it looks funny but i hate clowns

DorothyJean D I (us) wrote: what I remember of it most was "Radio Shack". and human brutality on the robot.

Michael T (de) wrote: Long, opulent, rather strange.

Michael T (ag) wrote: Talky film at least has the trademark Argento style.

Lisa S (it) wrote: This movie was okay. It was really hard to get used to the accents at first, and I didn't understand some of what was going on in the movie, not just because of the accents, though. The ending wasn't predictable, but it was disappointing after seeing the rest of the movie. Overall this movie wasn't bad, yet it wasn't a great movie either.

Samuel B (nl) wrote: Good kids movie, Dr. Seuss had some pretty cool stories.

Dan H (ag) wrote: Sarah (Danielle Jadelyn) and her BFF Rachel (Yael Grobglas) decide to take a vacation to Tel Aviv. On the flight there they meet anthropologist wannabe Kevin (Yon Tumarkin), who convinces the girls to go with him to Jerusalem. Things take a turn for the worse when the third gate to hell opens in the city. The three find themselves in a fight for survival as they try to escape while the end of days commences. First, the positives: Our three main leads are likable enough and actually resemble real human beings. They aren't douchbags or sluts (with the most likable one being Kevin) . It's also an interesting choice to film the whole thing with Google Glass, although the result is the film can feel like an advert for the product at times. I also like that the horror here is steeped in Jewish mythology, which is a different road I commend the film for taking (although not much is really done with this novel idea). Having been to a few destinations outside the U.S, I can say that JeruZalem captures how it feels to be exploring a foreign land. It's also appreciated that Danielle Jadelyn shows us her goods in one brief scene (wasn't expecting that).Unfortunately, all the good will I had built up for this film just about evaporates during the last 30 minutes where things get stupid fast. Our heroes find themselves battling demon zombies via some bad CGI (and yes, this plague is contagious. *FACEPALM*). While it starts out promising enough, JeruZalem winds up descending into your typical dumb found footage horror film (with a complete lack of scares, tension or suspense and an abundance of shaky cam footage during the last act). If you're curious, I suppose it may be worth a watch but don't expect to remember it after the credits have rolled.