I am Glad I found this movie, I have had this movie for a while and let someone barrow it but they did not return it. Even asking a few times if they would. But have not seen the movie since she took it so I googled it and found it on Walmart. So glad I was able to repurches this movie. Guess I will be more careful when lending my movies. Maybe never again. Can't wait to pick it up at Walmart this is a must see movie to watch with the family\n\n
Visually, Burton is at his most Edward Gorey-esque in the austere, storybook Victorian land of the living, whilst his contrasting comic underworld summons the spirit of Poe, the personality of Harryhausen and the ephemera of his own back catalogue.
Have watched this movie twice in the week since I got it. Great story of a boy and his horse. The scenery is beautiful except for the war scenes but not much of that so well worth watching. The music is great also but a little loud so hard to understand the people when talking at times. I gave it five stars though because the good outweighs the bad. Worth every penny especially since I got it on sale.
This was a beautifui filmed movie with wonderful acting! I really enjoyed watching, this movie! I have seen it twice both in DVD and Blu Ray and enjoyed viewing it both times however enjoyed it much better the second time! I would recommend it to everyone however older children maybe scared by it. The movie is filmed at dusk in several places and think this maybe why my Grandson found it scary since the movie ends in a positive way! I found it a exciting and interesting movie that keeps you wondering what will happen next and how each amazing situation will end! It was nice to see a movie ending in a Happy\/Positive way! Highly Recommend and I found it worth my time and money to view and own War Horse! Looking forward to watching how War Horse was made!
Despite a star cast (Nick Nolte, Emily Watson), Rudolph's comedy-mystery is a minor, trivial film that tries to be whimsical but lacks humor or fresh angle on the Hollywood's cherished genres of noir and screwball.
Gervais and Merchant's previous projects mastered the tightrope walk between comic cruelty and earnest drama. With Cemetery Junction, they waver wildly, unveiling some of their ugliest jokes and most saccharine emotional moments to date.