I'll be honest, I went to see this because someone in my family wanted to see it, as to me it looked like sentimental shlock from the previews. However, I enjoyed it, mostly because of the stunning landscapes and cinematography, realistic depiction of war (minus the blood) and of course, the goose. It's still about twenty minutes too long (mostly around the middle) and a couple of the horse's actions stretch the limits of believability, but it's still a good movie. And worth seeing. Warning: some scenes may frighten or distress kids. I know I found one particular scene as hard to watch as any Saw or Hostel movie.
|7/10||newscott13@ - 404 reviews|
30.12.2011 - age: 36-49
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