A story of passion and faith, hope and triumph. Set in the 14th Century, Jocelin, dreams of building a 250 foot spire on top of Salisbury cathedral. It will be the tallest building in the ... See full summary »
Two Savannah kittens, Scribbles and Pearl are flown over from the U.K. to meet the new family and neighbors in Southern Califronia. Once they arrive in their new home adventure, mayhem, and fun begins.
Second time James closes the "mouse neighbor door" he uses the book "Of Mice and Men" from John Steinbeck. See more »
At the end of the movie, during the book signing scene, we can see the Complete Discworld Atlas of Terry Pratchett behind the father of James Bowen and his wife. It's a mistake: the scene takes place in 2012 and the Atlas was published in 2015. See more »
On the UK release, the British Board Of Film Censors card preceding the feature reads 'A Streetcar Named Desire' briefly, before being replaced by the appropriate card for the film. This may have been a glitch peculiar to the cinema. See more »
I bet this gets terrible reviews from the critics, because it has no ambitions except to tell (and embroider) a tale of real life (itself embroidered a little, OK...) . Anyway I just got home from seeing it, and it is no great work of art ... but it is a very enjoyable movie based more or less on a true story. If I had a criticism it would say cut the mouse (totally irrelevant to the film, but then I'm not a cat). If I wanted to heap praises I would say that Luke Treadaway does the main human role fantastically, Bob is pretty impeccable except for the dubbing, and Rute Gedmintas is incredibly lovely as the (fictitious?) love interest. If only Luke & Ruta could have ridden off into the Islington sunset together .... they seemed made for each other.
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