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Ver Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero

Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero is a movie starring Logan Lerman, Helena Bonham Carter, and Gérard Depardieu. The true story of a stray dog who joins his new master on the battlefields of the First World War. For his valorous actions,...

Family, War, History, Animation, Adventure
Richard Lanni
Logan Lerman, Jordan Beck, Helena Bonham Carter, Gérard Depardieu

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Genres Family, War, History, Animation, Adventure
Director Richard Lanni
Writer Mike Stokey, Richard Lanni
Stars Logan Lerman, Jordan Beck, Helena Bonham Carter, Gérard Depardieu
Country Ireland, France
Also Known As Stubby, Sgt. Stubby, Stubby: un héroe muy especial, Sgt. Stubby: An Unlikely Hero
Runtime 1 h 24 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 With World War I looming, young U.S. Army dough-boy Robert Conroy (Logan Lerman) has his life forever changed when a little dog with a stubby tail wanders into camp, as the men of the 102nd Infantry Regiment (United States), 26th Infantry Division (United States) train on the parade grounds of Yale University. Conroy gives his new friend a name, a family, and a chance to embark on the adventure that would define a century. Despite lacking formal military working dog training, Stubby and his human companions find themselves in the trenches of France and on the path to history. French Poilu Gaston Baptiste (Gérard Depardieu) befriends the duo, and accompanies them along their epic journey through harsh conditions and incredible acts of courage.

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Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 17:27

Winnie was a survivor of a family of European revolutionaries, who, after some horrific defeats, escaped to America and ended up in Oregon where she became a foster carer for several orphans. She married a preacher and their young daughter, Rosa. When Rosa became ill, Winnie knew that she would never see her again. But her faith never wavered. She would carry her daughter to school, play in her neighborhood playground, and even, when Rosa was only ten, teach her to swim. Through her tireless efforts, Rosa would live a happy life, despite not having a father or a mother. But this life was about to end. Because of the persecution of the Nazis, the communist controlled by the CIA and the Russian Army, all of the children of the refugee families were taken away. Some of the children were sent to a variety of orphanages in Washington State, including ones in Olympia and Duvall. None were ever reunited with their families. But Rosa's older sister, Ana, the only child, was taken away in the mid-1980s and died in her childhood home, leaving Winnie and her sister to find their own way back to their lost home and family. Winnie soon became the leader of a group of young people who were trying to find Rosa. They kept her alive in a wheelchair, and even adopted her son, Antonio. Rosa's only remaining relative was a niece, Diana, who had been the caretaker for her family. But the "old house" was more than a place of confinement. The house was a beacon of hope, a beacon that had been lost in time. For the children, it was like a fairy-tale home. Rosa, the woman in charge, was their only connection to her family and life. But their lives were not just confined to the house. Rosa and Antonio had many other foster parents, and Winnie was reunited with the rest of the family. Winnie also became a foster parent herself. She was a woman who gave back to society, and to her sister, who was unable to speak. But Winnie was an orphan, so she could not speak of her past. And when she found Rosa, she was forced to keep her captive, using her as a hostage. Winnie could not bring herself to kill the woman. She realized that Rosa was not a child who could be taken, that her only home was with the children. Winnie was able to finally give her life to the world. But she couldn't keep Rosa from seeing her, even though she could not speak. When Rosa died, Winnie thought that she would never be able to see her again. But when she met the other foster children, she found out that all of them were alive, and reunited with their families. What makes this film so special is that it represents the true meaning of a foster parent. For all the children that Winnie saw, that gave her life, it was their experience that had been lost. The children in the film never suffered in the home, and Winnie never had to suffer as an orphan. But they were still able to live in the world, and to give it a new meaning. Not everyone can become a foster parent, and not everyone will find a place to live. It is a privilege to be a foster parent, and to find those kids who need your love. But that doesn't mean that all of the children that Winnie saw would be able to see their own parents again. But when they did, they would know that their home was not a lost home, but a home that they had been denied. Winnie felt the love of the children in the film and they found her as a beacon of hope, as a beacon that was lost in time, but was found in time.
Sunday, 24 May 2020 13:00

Let me start by saying that this is by no means an incredible film. I have to admit that I was expecting much more. The problem was that the animation itself seemed so lacking in quality, especially compared to that of Pixar. The only bright spots for me were the visuals, but the entire film seemed under-staged. I've seen a few animated films where I was expecting the entire thing to be an amazing achievement, but this one is just average. The story itself is too predictable to be interesting, and some of the voice work was very inconsistent. The characters are no where to memorable, and the villain is just as stereotypical as all the others. For me, it was all too predictable. It was the same feeling I get when I'm watching an animation and the story is going nowhere, which I get from a lot of Disney films. It felt like the writers took too many ideas and made a movie out of them, and not even giving the characters enough screen time to do their characters justice. But in this film, they had the chance to make a wonderful film. I felt that the film could have been much better, but it still was a good experience overall. I think that it's an underrated film, and if it were to be remade, it would still be awesome. There were a few things I didn't like about the film, and they did come out at the right times. For example, the second opening was sooo much better than the second opening of A Bug's Life. And also, the song was better in this film than in the other two films, which was a good thing. Overall, this is a good film, but not a great film. I would give it an 8, and recommend it to anyone. But personally, it would probably be more like a 7.

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