The Horse Boy

The Horse Boy

Filmmaker Michel Orion Scott captures a magical journey into a little-known world, in a documentary which chronicles Rupert Isaacson and Kristin Neff's personal odyssey to make sense of their child's autism, and find healing for him and themselves in the unlikeliest of places.

OVER THE HILLS AND FAR AWAY chronicles the journey of the Isaacson family as they travel through Mongolia in search of a mysterious shaman who they believe can heal their autistic son. This... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Horse Boy torrent reviews

John K (es) wrote: The story-line of this movie has been done so many times over, and so much better. Steven Seagal has put on so much extra weight (covered up by long coats, standing behind people) that his character moves in a very "wooden" type of stupor. Horribly edited and a complete waste of Ving Rhames and Danny Trejo's presence.

Melissa A (de) wrote: Very weird and made no sense. Had read about it in an article about movies that were good but we might have missed. Not sure what the person who wrote the article was thinking.

Mark K (mx) wrote: Not so good as the earlier Asterix cartoons, but quite enjoyable nonetheless.

Shaun L (it) wrote: on the right path...but still not close to being Hellraiser.

Charly R (it) wrote: was an ok film just a little bit upsettin and sickenin in some palces

John W (fr) wrote: Voice 1: you know that so-so Stephen King film about machines coming to life and killing humans? Voice 2: you mean Maximum Overdrive? Voice 1: Yes! It has that great AC/DC song and Emilio Estevez starring. Voice 2: yeah, it was ok, but not great. Voice 1: well what if we remake it only this time without any cool stuff whatsoever? Voice 2: WTF???

Jennifer C (gb) wrote: This is one of my favorite movies. Not for the general public who prefer regurgitated happy movies.

Ty L (mx) wrote: The single greatest achievement in American cinema.

Cedric R (au) wrote: Listen up! The perfect romantic comedy. Absolute perfection.

Andy T (ru) wrote: Consisting of powerful themes about humanity and comprise of beautiful cinematography and the excellent uses of colours, Ran is an ambitious and compelling war drama that is loaded with master Akira Kurosawa's great techniques and visual storytelling.

Tony P (au) wrote: The best spoof of all time. It might have been made by below par brothers but it did have Jaws and one of the Dirty Dozen.

Tyson P (kr) wrote: really short but is good and violent for that short time

Kenny N (mx) wrote: I'm an aficionado of the "killer kid" subgenre of horror, "The Bad Seed" being one of my favorite movies of all time. But this is definitely one of the more forgettable and non-essential entries. We know going in that the kid is the killer, but Dad doesn't figure it out until his bunch is whittled down to just him, his numbskull wife (hard to tell if the kid has put a spell on her or if she's just stupid) and 2 birth children (3 of which fell victim to Bonnie and their parents' own idiocy and carelessness combined.) There's no mystery or suspense, and there's no scares either. In the end, this movie serves absolutely no purpose to anyone. Scream Factory released it on DVD, but there are much better movies about evil offspring you could spend your hard earned money and time on. Skip this.