The Little Convict
In old New South Wales a new bunch of convicts arrives including the little convict, young Toby Nelson. Consigned to a Government farm they are subjected to the cruelty of Sergeant Billy Langdon and Corporal Weazel Wesley. Toby escapes and flees into the Australian bush where he is saved from death by the aboriginal boy, Wahroonga. Together, with another escapee, the highwayman, Jack Doolan, and Wahroonga’s animal friends, they launch a spectacular mission to rescue the blacksmith, Big George, and Toby’s sister, Polly.
- Stars:Rolf Harris, Paul Bertram, Ron Falk, Gary Files, Anne Haddy, Brian Harrison, Sean Hinton, Harry Lawrence, Gary Marika, Richard Meikle, Kerry McGuire, Shane Porteous, Barbara Frawley, Tim Aherne, Don Boland,
- Director:Yoram Gross,
- Writer:Yoram Gross (original story), John Palmer (screenplay)
After failing to sell any of his paintings at a funfair, an artist begins to tell his granddaughter about the origins of his paintings. We are then transported on board a British convict ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Little Convict torrent reviews
(br) wrote: One of the best films of the year. Kudos to Oliver Stone for telling this story. We need people like Snowden and this film gave a true picture of a man of rare integrity and courage. In a world ruled by technology Snowden endeavored to inform the public about what was being done in secret. So important!!!!
(ru) wrote: It's like I opened a flood gate of emotions, the movie was immersed in all kind of emotions you could think of. Shraddha Kapoor (the girl) is lovely and adorable, without her the movie would've been much worse. On the other hand Sidharth Mahotra (the guy), if it wasn't for the good looks he should end up as a cashier or a bus driver, one of the worst actors I've seen, no facial expressions whatsoever and I think someone promised him an Oscar if he never smiled during the movie. One of the director's biggest mistakes was putting the peak and the major scene in the movie at the beginning which elongated the movie and made it more predictable and boring.Two major good scenes I could think of and all the rest is just filling of typical Indian, action, romantic, singing, dancing and crying scenes. This movie doesn't give the appropriate credit for Indian Cinema.Thank You Didi for giving me the opportunity to see different cultures but am counting on you to show me next time a true piece of the beautiful Indian art, which am sure it exists.
(nl) wrote: Un beau conte... pour adultes! Du beau et grand cinma... En sortant de la salle de projection, on a de quoi se sentir fier d'tre Qubcois... Merci Luc Picard!
(ag) wrote: Frayed is one of those movies that hinges on a twist. The problem is that most everyone will figure this twist out almost immediately. This leaves the viewer sitting back watching the movie go through the motions. You just want them to get on with it and figure it out and be done with it but it drags on and on. It doesn't help that the movie is about 30 minutes longer than needed.It's a shame the twist is handled so clumsily because there are some good things going on. It has a couple of well done kill scenes. One bludgeoning is particularly well done and ranks up there with the best I've seen. The acting and general look of the movie is better handled than a lot of similar low budget slashers.
(de) wrote: Time waits for no one.
(kr) wrote: only the SciFi channel could come up with this garbage
(es) wrote: Leave your heart wrenching...
(gb) wrote: Edge of Seventeen is a heart-felt film that deals honestly with the "coming-out" process that millions of teens have had to bear through the years. A shining example of how to emphatically deal with gay/lesbian issues without cheapening them the way other gay dramas have done before.
(ru) wrote: This is an awesome and classic movie! Ignore the 1988 critics.
(mx) wrote: this is the movie that sky-rocketed the late Prince into famesure the story is corny as hell but it was a defining visual representation of the Regan yearsthis auto-biography really showed this artist's complicated yet successful music career and family/love life; he was told the only music he made meant a damn to him, his father was abusive towards his mother, and the love of his life wanted to make it to the top even if it meant signing up with a sketchy managerbut the music is ever-so impressive and you'll be tapping your toes and clapping your hands to many of the numbersApollonia is just as perfect as Prince playing Kid with her own troubles trying to be left behindsexy, tune-filled, emotional, and filled with such passionPrince Nelson will be forever remembered for his voice but also his commitment to life itself
(br) wrote: Great cast with a weak plot which is quite forgettable.
(kr) wrote: Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldana are so wonderful in this.