Where Is Winky's Horse?

Where Is Winky's Horse?

In the sequel to "Winky's Horse", 8-year old Winky looks after the horse of St Nicholas. Then one day the horse runs away.

Sequel to Winky's Horse (2005). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Where Is Winky's Horse? torrent reviews

Ian C (es) wrote: The story of Glasgow crime figure Paul Ferris is average stuff from Ray Burdis. It uses every clich in the book, contains some dodgy acting and offers up nothing new. The scene in the nightclub to the Teddy Bears Picnic is very Twin Peaks but works well. There are some positives, John Hannah is excellent as Tam McGraw and it has no annoying voice over,but overall it is watchable and better than alot of other straight to DVD British gangster flicks but still pointless.

Irene S (us) wrote: i am not really into zombie movies but there was something about this one that caught me attention. and overall it was actually pretty good. here is the twist what would happen if the affects of why you actually became a zombie were reversed. if by what nature gives us we actually were able to go back to being humans again. there is some romance.comedy.drama and some disgusting parts (zombie eating brains) but it was still entertaining.

Matt C (ag) wrote: One of the best documentaries and certainly one of the best sports films I've seen in a long, long time. There's a certain MTV jock quality to the whole proceedings but then why not, with tossers like Gervais patronising the disabled left and right in current media it's refreshing to see a film so honest dealing with all aspects of being disabled. "I'm not going there (The Paralympics) for a well done and a pat on the back, we're going for a f#cking Gold medal". Amen to that.

Beln A (jp) wrote: "Triple agent", directed by Eric Rohmer, is a movie that is highly likely to intrigue you. Set in an interesting historical period (1936-37 France), and based more or less loosely on the true story of a Russian spy, this film comes alive thanks to splendid performances by a wonderful cast. Fyodor Voronin (Serge Renko) is a Russian living in exile in Paris, with his beautiful Greek wife, Arsinoe (Katerina Didaskalu). Fyodor, a former general, seems to have a regular job with the Russian Army Veteran's Association, but according to some, he deals with secrets he shouldn't know about. Is he a secret agent? A double, even a triple agent? His wife doesn't know, and doesn't really seem to care too much. But how far is a little ignorance a good thing? Trust and lies are at the center of this beautiful film, that benefits from the historical perspective given by small clips of news that from time interrupt the flow of the story. This is not my favourite film but Rohmer, but it is one that I enjoyed, despite the fact that I didn't speciallylike the ending.

Red L (de) wrote: I watched 30 minutes of this movie on TV. Enough to wonder if it is worth seeing the whole thing.

Joe T (it) wrote: This film keeps seeming like its gonna do something interesting - but it never does.

Nikolas T (au) wrote: Not bad, why not see it? The plot didn't really move me but the acting was very good anyway!

Renae A (nl) wrote: Purely a waste of time, glad I didn't have to pay to see it!! Charles Kaufman should definitely stick to his day job: baking bread!! One star is actually too nice for this movie. It's the first movie to put me at a lost for words...but what comes to mind is that the actors need to take acting lessons and the director needs to...well yeah stick to his day job. The movie will hold your attention because you're like a deer stuck in the headlights you can't move or look away. You might find yourself chuckling at the horribly bad acting. I just really don't even have words for this.