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The Water Horse
How Do You Keep A Secret This Big?
A lonely boy discovers a mysterious egg that hatches a sea creature of Scottish legend.
Almost really good this one. The CG has dated a bit and not sure it was that brilliant in the first place. The army stuff doesnt really work for me in this. Apart from this it is a charming and nice looking film with some wonderful scenery. Its no Ted Danson Loch Ness but its still decent enough fun.
... i completely lost interest halfway through. Still finished it, but I wasn't invested in the characters or plot or anything to do with this film, really
Pretty Entertaining mvoie for a lazy sunday afternoon.
Solid storyline and a few funny moments.
On the shore of Loch Ness, Scotland, Angus (Alex Etel) finds an unusual egg. When it hatches, it releases an unexpected surprise: a water horse, the legendary creature from Scottish mythology. While the boy tries to keep its existence hidden from his mother (Emily Watson), he and his new pet, Crusoe, quickly become inseparable. But as the water horse grows larger, eventually becoming the fabled Loch Ness monster, Angus must protect his friend from those who would want to do it harm.
A great all ages film with scotish colture marked deeply in the film in all the aspects,with a massive colture fitting wright in the art fil this movie can entertain all audiences in different ways sucha as scenery,meanings,production and even acting.
this isn't a real movie
An nice film with good effects and (of course) nice scenery. The monster is well realized and there are some great scenes and the effects hold up well. The film owes a bit to Free Willy but with a monster instead of a whale. Nevertheless it is still an easy going and enjoyable film.
Don't watch this for a history or geography lesson though. The film makers have no clue about the real geography of Loch Ness and the water is far murkier than the movie shows! (22.3.09)
If you ever have time where life is to much and you need a break, or have nothing to do on a lazy day, I think that The Water Horse may be the film for you. Released in the year 2007, The Water Horse tells a tale of a young Scottish boy named Angus who comes across a mysterious egg that changes his life forever. I personally didn't seek this title out on my own, but found myself really enjoying it. If you like a light heartwarming film that has a straight forward message, and some cool lore, definitely check out The Water Horse.
I always wanted to see Water Horse when I was it first came out almost ten years ago. Now that I have seen it on Netflix I have to say, I really enjoyed it! The creature itself is adorable, the story was really fun. It's not perfect because it has some plot holes and one scene is the last 30 minutes are shot at night making hard to see what is going on. But overall, I think that this is a fun and underrated family movie.
I love The Water Horse because I like to imagine it as a Pokémon movie about a boy and his Lapras.
This isn't very good, but there aren't too many bad things about it either. The Water Horse feels like a movie that would've been better suited to be released around the likes of Free Willy or Fly Away Home, movies of that type of genre.
But this has an odd mix of mystical creature flick and war drama to it, which at times doesn't really mesh all too well. It's just quite average.
There are those evenings when you give in to the temptation of Netflix and watch that one movie you never thought you would. I still remember seeing the advertisements in 2007 for this movie and thinking "This looks to be the corniest garbage." I am still not sure why fate dragged me into pressing play, but I did. And... I am surprised to say that this film is actually very good.
The film chronicles the life of a Loch Ness Monster named Caruso and the boy who raised him during World War II. Yep, that last bit was a surprising touch that actually effectively adds weight to the third act where the typical peril enters and you're left to wonder…
this isn't a real movie
There's a bloody dino in the pond! Watch it pure good ye know. Pure good lookin' monster - I wid date it.
I don't have tears in my eyes; what do you mean? I was eating onions is all.
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