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Wiener-Dog is a movie starring Greta Gerwig, Keaton Nigel Cooke, and Tracy Letts. A dachshund passes from oddball owner to oddball owner, whose radically dysfunctional lives are all impacted by the pooch.

Comedy, Drama
Todd Solondz
Tracy Letts, Julie Delpy, Keaton Nigel Cooke, Greta Gerwig

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Genres Comedy, Drama
Director Todd Solondz
Writer Todd Solondz
Stars Tracy Letts, Julie Delpy, Keaton Nigel Cooke, Greta Gerwig
Country USA
Also Known As Wiener-Dog - Uma Vida de Cão, Jamnik, Taks, Taksiukas, トッド・ソロンズの子犬物語, Le teckel, Wiener Dog
Runtime 1 h 28 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A dachshund passes from oddball owner to oddball owner, whose radically dysfunctional lives are all impacted by the pooch.

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Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 08:47

I recently saw this film at a college festival. It's amazing how so many films have been produced in the last few years. I'm now in my late twenties and I have been introduced to the world of film by my own grandfather. He would not let me go on any movie trip and had to tell me to look out for the "House of Usher" and "The Blair Witch Project" films. "The Long Goodbye" I saw in the theater with a friend of mine. It was amazing to me and I can't imagine how wonderful it must have been for him to be able to watch it at that time. My father, who is a WWII veteran and is also a theater professor, was in a coma for a few years. He came to see it with his doctor. I was hoping that I would be able to tell him about it. He was devastated to see that I had not been able to see it. I was so happy that he did see it and he was truly surprised that it was as good as everyone said it was. He is not very sentimental about movies but this one touched him. It was a very emotional movie and I am in a relationship that I never thought I would be in. There was some political and social commentary on the topic of Vietnam. It was very moving and not just for the guys who were in Vietnam. The man who played Pete was also very good. There were some amazing moments in the movie. It is a movie that makes you feel the pain of losing a loved one and then being taken in by a true friend. It really takes you to that place of not wanting to live or think about the future and it makes you feel sad but it is also something that will stay with you forever. I will recommend this movie to anyone who wants to get a feel of the human experience. I think that it is a must see. I truly hope that they make another movie.
Tuesday, 26 May 2020 10:39

I was in the midst of watching the film for the first time and I was not very good at handling "its" technical side and the film did not have the "workmanship" of the original. If you are interested in "the art of the past-directed-by-the-same-person-who-did-the-original" you would like this film because it is so much more than the original. I watched it at home and then I watched it again on the big screen. The idea of someone telling his entire life story to the camera is very interesting, but I felt it was too early for that kind of thing. But for a single man who can not really tell a story he does it perfectly, and it is just as interesting to see how he comes across as a loser or as a loser himself. I liked the idea of all the former owners, especially the father, telling their story. I do not think that they were exaggerating at all. The father tells the story of his life and the mother tells the story of her life. It was very interesting to see what would happen to them if they were not there, and how their relationship would be affected. I would have loved to have seen the old man's life story told, but it is not that interesting to me, but the wife's story was. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes art films, and I can tell that "Yelchin's" works are very influential. You will not see such a cast of characters like that in other movies. It is interesting that the actress who plays the mother is so beautiful and so sweet and so motherly. There is one scene where she is walking out of the pool and her face is completely lifeless, and I have never seen such a performance of a very ugly woman. The scene has a strange and strange sort of relationship to the rest of the film, but you cannot tell which scene is which. I just hope that this film makes the audience more interested in the art of the past and it is much more interesting than the original.
Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 20:02

When I first saw the trailer for "Lazarus", I was rather disheartened to see that a movie that had such potential was being saddled with such a weak plot and bad writing. I should have known better, as I have a general respect for modern indie films and have been involved in several of them myself. I think I watched the film about 20 times, and though I might not be in a position to say if it's really a masterpiece, I can say that I found the film to be very entertaining, and that in many ways, the script did work in my favor. When I first saw the film, I really felt that the film was going to be a bad film. I never really got the feeling that this was the intended audience for the film, nor did I see the use of three different languages. This isn't to say that I don't like language, but I didn't really think it added anything to the story. When I saw the film, I also was disheartened because I knew that this movie would be a prime example of a "made for television" movie. I am, however, glad that I decided to watch the film. The film has an overall feel of a homemade production, and the performances by everyone are solid. However, I can say that this film was very hard to watch, but the writing made up for this. The story was well written, but I think it was very effective in forcing the audience to pay attention to what was going on, and in many cases, to the characters. The way the story was told was very well done, and it made it seem as if the writer really wanted the audience to pay attention to everything. I think that a lot of people were disappointed with the movie, and some might not appreciate the movie as much as I did. I think that the writing made up for this. Overall, I give "Lazarus" an A-. I think that it was very successful in bringing my interest in the film, and I was actually quite surprised at how well it did. I think that if the movie had been done differently, it might have been a better film, but I'm glad that it was done the way it was done. I feel that it is a very creative and thought provoking movie, and the performances by the whole cast really made it easy for me to enjoy the film. It's not my favorite movie of the year, but it is a solid indie film that I would recommend to anyone who is looking for something a little different. "Lazarus" is one of the best movies I have seen in a long time, and I really hope that other people will enjoy it as much as I did. 10/10

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