The Fox and the Hound
When a feisty little fox named Tod is adopted into a farm family, he quickly becomes friends with a fun and adorable hound puppy named Copper. Life is full of hilarious adventures until Copper is expected to take on his role as a hunting dog -- and the object of his search is his best friend!
- Category:General, Family, Adventure, Drama, Animation
- Stars:Master Vinayak, Meenakshi, V.G. Jog, Salvi, Damuanna Malvankar, Javdekar, Mickey Rooney, Kurt Russell, Pearl Bailey, Jack Albertson, Sandy Duncan, Jeanette Nolan, Pat Buttram, John Fiedler, John McIntire, Richard Bakalyan, Paul Winchell, Keith Coogan, Corey Feldman, 'Squeeks' the Caterpillar,
- Director:Ted Berman, Richard Rich, Art Stevens, Richard Rich, Art Stevens,
- Writer:Daniel P. Mannix (based on the book by), Larry Clemmons (story), Ted Berman (story), David Michener (story), Peter Young (story), Burny Mattinson (sto
After his mother is killed, Tod the fox is taken in by the kindly Widow Tweed. He soon befriends the neighbor's new hound dog, Copper. However, two childhood friends find themselves forced to become enemies, but they both try to overcome their inherent differences in order to salvage their friendship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Fox and the Hound torrent reviews
(it) wrote: a facinating look at spirituality. this kind of movie makes me so uncomfortable, kudos to this guy for pulling it off. Were still just primitive animals.
(kr) wrote: Acting is amazing. Directing and cinematography made beautiful scenes in this movies and it captures the mood of 80's and problem of a man on that time to become a woman. but the plot is somehow confusing and the progression of characters are not clear. It's very long to show this progression.
(fr) wrote: Ok movie that wasn't very good. It was a bit confusing but the dwarf farm was a laugh with the camera crews reactions pretty much what everybody's would be.
(mx) wrote: I gave it 3 out of 5 because it was kinda confusing. I still didn't get what was going on? Who killed who? The mannikins were creepy though.
(us) wrote: You'll won't find any good sex (scenes) and zen from this film, instead you'll get tremendous amount of stupidity, gore and violence.
(au) wrote: A strange movie indeed. Some aspects are unbearable such as the main female character and the TV-like image quality. The worst is definitely the 5th grade worth history lesson given along 90% of the film. Others prove the genius of the director: the main male character is perfect and his way to describe action scenes are a unique feat. I also loved the ability to keep the suspense going until the end. So certainly not a master piece but a good and rare movie.
(br) wrote: Funner Than The First One, Better Effects But Still Never Loses Its Campiness Which Makes This Movie A Blast To Watch.
(ca) wrote: Probably Kevin Kline's best movie! Dave is an entertaining feel-good comedy. (First and only full viewing - 1/30/2009)
(ru) wrote: Hammer Studio's Taste of Fear (or Scream of Fear) represents another of there numerous attempts--see Paranoiac starring the always awesome Oliver Reed--to cash in on Hitchcockian thrillers like Psycho (1960). While Hammer's thrillers may ultimately be knock-offs, they are still well-made and entertaining ones. Taste of Fear follows a simple enough premise: a handicapped young woman from a divorced family returns home to see her estranged father after nine years, but he remains permanently away on business until the young woman begins seeing his corpse appear around the house. As she begins to investigate the matter, her stepmother, the chauffeur, and a the creepy family doctor (Christopher Lee) become embroiled in her speculations. The film moves down a serpentine path from one plot twist to the next and keeps the you guessing until the very end in a surprisingly impressive visual style. While Taste of Fear is certainly not Hitchcock, it represents the kind of quality on a budget that Hammer brought to genre pictures.
(gb) wrote: One of the great satires. It's critiques of media and politics are still relevant, and while that shouldn't matter I think it speaks to the brilliance of the screenplay. Sellers' work is remarkably subtle, an important reminder that he was more than just a gifted comic performer.
(kr) wrote: This one is a bit trippy and very heady in Oliver Stone's commentary on the media and sensationalism. Still, great performances from a lot of great actors.
(mx) wrote: Safety Not Guaranteed is such a good, stupendous movie. It does have its flaws as its subplot isn't that well realized, but this is mostly such an authentic movie not only in its weird story, but also in its crazy mix of comedy, science fiction and romance. But that mix honestly works and the film is not only riveting and funny, but it also has a big heart, it is very unpredictable and it's such an admirably original indie flick.
(ag) wrote: good one to watch with the family