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(269) 7.1 86 min 2018

Fascinating, multi-talented, indispensable dogs and their loving masters.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Heddy Honigmann

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Wednesday, 16 Sep 2020 09:12

Kirk Douglas is a retired Navy fighter pilot, now an unsuccessful pilot who sometimes drops his nose and yells "I can't do it!" He has lost a child and has difficulty in following instructions, not to mention a dog who seems to take it very badly. However, he seems to have a great deal of self-confidence and is able to make good decisions despite his limited piloting skills. This is his story, narrated by John Sayles, the very knowledgeable and knowledgeable fighter pilot who makes this movie. It's a wonderful documentary, as is the movie itself. I have seen the movie before and was glad to see it again, and the film is much more polished than I expected. The two pilots are played by Mark Hamill, and John Malkovich, and I don't think they could have been better cast for the roles. I think John Hurt is quite good as well, as he always is. John Malkovich is always a bit funny, and I think he's best when playing a serious role. The movie has a lot of humor. There are some funny scenes and humorous conversations. There are some scenes of disgust and disgust. I don't want to spoil it for you, but a couple of scenes are quite disturbing, and I didn't like them at all. I also think the movie is a bit long. It's about 2 and a half hours long, but the film is slightly overlong, because there are some things I didn't like. I didn't like the death of the dog, for example. The scene where he is shot out of the sky and takes a chunk of meat out of his chest is quite disturbing and creepy. It seems to me that the dog had to have been killed. The scene where he bites into the dog's ear is very disturbing. I felt the same way about the dog taking a bite out of his throat. And the ending, while I'm sure I wouldn't be upset if it happened to someone else, is a little too shocking. I don't know why the scene is in the film. In the book it's something like a blessing to the dog, or something like that. I don't know what the movie's ending was supposed to be. I don't think it was meant to be shocking or shocking. I don't think it's a particularly good ending. Maybe a little more of it would have been better. Overall, I think it's a very good movie. It's not a masterpiece, but it's not terrible, either. It's a good movie, and I recommend it to everyone. I have to agree with the reviews I read from people who haven't seen the movie yet, but if you're interested in the topic of war, war's effects on soldiers, and war's effects on family life, you'll probably enjoy it.
Sunday, 26 Jul 2020 22:47

The film Buddy: The Puppeteer's Journey is a fascinating look at the life of Jack Terrill and his puppets, many of which are puppets themselves. Some of the puppets are older than the actual puppets, while others were designed to be human puppets. There's some footage of the puppets with their owners. The dog is the real star of this documentary, and is a bit annoying. The movie is a bit slow, but the Puppeteer Jack Terrill is very likable and the movie does contain some fine narration by him. There's some controversy surrounding the way that Terrill is depicted in the movie, however. One of the puppets is actually made out of cardboard, and the rest are made of wood. As a puppeteer myself, I'm just not sure what to make of it. Personally, I think that the movie is well made, but I would have liked to have seen a little more footage of the puppets themselves. There are some great moments, but the whole "old man playing with puppets" thing just seems a bit artificial. There are also some clips of puppets that don't look like puppets at all. One of the best parts of the movie is the narration by Jack Terrill himself, which is very interesting. Some of the footage of the puppets being trained for the first time is very informative. It's also interesting to hear Terrill talking about the difference between being a puppeteer and a puppet performer. It's interesting to hear the difference between the two, and I think it's very interesting that Terrill is so different from a puppeteer. Overall, the documentary is a good look at the life of puppeteer Jack Terrill. It does have a few slow moments, but overall I think the movie is very good. It's definitely one of the best documentaries I have seen in recent years.


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