We Bought a Zoo

We Bought a Zoo

Benjamin has lost his wife and, in a bid to start his life over, purchases a large house that has a zoo – welcome news for his daughter, but his son is not happy about it. The zoo is need of renovation and Benjamin sets about the work with the head keeper and the rest of the staff, but, the zoo soon runs into financial trouble.

Based on a true story. When his teenage son gets into trouble, Benjamin Mee gives up a lucrative newspaper job to move his family to the countryside to renovate and re-open a struggling zoo while uniting his family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


We Bought a Zoo torrent reviews

Jenn T (ag) wrote: Why oh why is Steven Seagal still making movies?!

Ines R (au) wrote: Nice film of which you can say a lot. Mainly that you can put yourself in the main character position and feel exactly what she is, and this in a soft way. Well written. Enjoyed it a lot.

bill s (kr) wrote: Just having Caine and Walken in a movie makes it interesting but the script and story is a letdown.

Peter W (it) wrote: Really bad but it's one of the funniest films i've seen

Panji W (de) wrote: Godard is Godard... using celluloid or digital video he still Godard; splitting narative into many direction, disjoint aural and visual extreemly, playing with colors but in this film he remain calm with the camera. He put the camera always on the pod, not using handheld camera movement as ususal..... "Eloge de lamour" (In Praise of Love) adorable like his others..... PJ

Spencer S (us) wrote: For some reason the end of the nineties prompted these bleak, dumpy romantic dramas with fast editing and blue tint cinematography. This film did it, "Life Less Ordinary" did it, and every mediocre romantic dramedy did it as well. Even casting likeable Sandra Bullock and the ever popular Ben Affleck couldn't save this movie, probably because their chemistry sucks. Their characters are one note, Bullock is the definition of "manic pixie dream girl" in this case, only serving as a plot device rather than a fully fleshed out character. Her lies and grandiose sense of adventure don't make her anything but a flat nothing of a character. This film is melodramatic, it meanders along at a really slow pace, and throws a lot at the audience all at once without explanation. The director is obviously trying to make a point about how commitment isn't a death sentence and love is forever, but she bogs us down in exposition and pandering, to the point where it's alienating. There's just nothing easy or entertaining about this film.

Todd L (de) wrote: This Chaplin short starts slow with sporatic chuckles, but ends strong with a great car chase. Not one you here about often when listing Chaplin classics, but still fun.

Kevin C (ag) wrote: Really awesome movie that I want to go back and watch again.

Fong K (de) wrote: A compelling police drama, based on the memoirs of the titular retired cop, chronicling an honest and brave law enforcer's long and lonely mission to bring down corruption in the force. It also features a feisty performance by a very young Al Pacino in his first star vehicle.

Jess L (es) wrote: The story is absurd and no man in the real world could compare to Bob Merrick who returns to his medical studies to become a surgeon so that he can eventually operate on his lover and restore her sight that was lost in a tragic accident...not to mention the fact that Helen falls for the man that is inadvertently responsible for her husband's death... yes it's a classic technicolour Sirk melodrama; it's escapist and entirely too enjoyable on a Sunday afternoon.

Kat S (kr) wrote: oh my goodness, its so 80s.