The Christmas Shoes
Two separate stories mesh - in the first, a young music teacher, Maggie Andrews, begins dying of a heart condition and her son Nathan tries to get a pair of Christmas shoes for her before she dies. In the second, lawyer Robert Layton and his wife Kate are slowly drifting apart and the matter comes to a head during Christmas when Kate takes over for Maggie for the school choir.
- Stars:Rob Lowe, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Max Morrow, Maria del Mar, Hugh Thompson, Dorian Harewood, Shirley Douglas, Amber Marshall, Rhonda McLean, Jeremy Akerman, John Maclaren, Brian Heighton, Geoff Herod, Bill Carr, John Dunsworth,
- Country:USA, Canada
- Director:Andy Wolk,
- Writer:Donna Van Liere (book), Wesley Bishop (teleplay)
A young boy tries to get a pair of Christmas shoes for his dying mother, while a lawyer tries to deal with the break-up of his marriage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Christmas Shoes torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Brilliant film enjoyed it the first time on DVD about a year ago and just watched again today on Blu Ray and found it even more amazing. Gets you gripped right from the start. I found the camp chapman attack scene very moving. The only thing that stopped me giving this 5 stars was the final assault on Bin Laden's hide out. I found this very slow moving when a mission of this sort would have been extremely fast paced and full of adrenaline certainly no time for conversations. But that was the only downfall in my eyes. And I understand that as its a film it was probably slowed down to make the scene longer but like I say this then makes it abit unrealistic. Brilliant Job 9/10. Will watch for a 3rd time in the future no doubt.
(nl) wrote: Good, not great, Michael Moore.
(it) wrote: Although it has a few historical inaccuries it is a good movie.
(gb) wrote: this mvie is freakin awesome!
(au) wrote: This movie is so fucking funny, i never can stor watching it :P
(gb) wrote: Not interested. I usually avoid horror movies.
(gb) wrote: Churn the milk and make it butter.
(kr) wrote: I feel like I enjoyed this when I was younger. I remember liking Chomper, but as an adult this is terrible. It's a direct-to-video movie that only kids will find entertaining. (First viewing - Childhood)
(kr) wrote: A dark movie and uncomfortable throughout. Great performances by all.
(nl) wrote: Easily the weakest of Saura's Flamenco trilogy, but it's still very good. It just happens to drag. The pace felt really off. Others might feel differently. It's definitely worth checking out. But I feel like you really need to love dance to like this. I'm not that into dance, and I felt like you could watch Blood Wedding and Carmen and not fully be into dance, because those were more about the rehearsal process. This is a finished production.
(nl) wrote: Due to the launch of a new space craft that's on its way to mars, International rescue have to ensure security duty.
(us) wrote: Miss Crawford at her finest!
(mx) wrote: Before the Russians were considered dirty commies by Hollywood, they were salt-of-the-earth freedom fighters, taking on the Nazis, lead by Gregory Peck in his film debut. Jacques Tourneur is somewhat of an underrated director, but this film is not among his best. Still, it's not a bad film. My main complaint is that the pace seems unnecessarily slow in places, but Tourneur manages to deliver several memorable and visually striking sequences. Worth watching, but far from a classic.
(de) wrote: One of the motion capture/animation hybrid films that came out of Imagemovers Digital overseen by Robert Zemeckis, it mainly benefits from the sophistication of the art direction and layout of the images even if the actual realism of the human characters still need some work which is usually the problem with the younger studios, Monster House focuses on a house across the street from a boy that he and his friends feel has become possessed by the home owner after his accidental death after an encounter with the lead. While a cool idea and the design on the house itself is pretty cool, the articulation of the kids is very stuck in the 80's who come across as bratty at times, making me wonder if the screenplay was a leftover from Amblin's heydey back in the 80's or at the very least an apparent tribute to the Goonies and the like. Made me a little meh as to connecting with the characters outside of the old man living at the house. Doesnt come close to Polar Express or Beowolf which are the top end of the spectrum for the studio but doesn't fall as low as the studio breaker Mars Needs Mom's. Mixed.