Reviews by haanhl
This movie was awful compared to the cartoons. The characters were nothing like the cartoons.
I have perfectly good reason to believe that this is one of the best books every written by anyone anywhere. The journey is magical and the story is enchanting. I have been obsessed with the Harry Potter series for five years now and every time I reread it, it never gets old. There is always something to enjoy in these books. Did you know that every 30 seconds someone starts reading a Harry Potter book? I don't know if its true or not, but I certainly believe it. Harry Potter is loved everywhere in the world, and Harry deserves such recognition. Give it a try if you haven't already, I promise you won't regret it. You might not even be able to put it down. Start here. Start at the beginning, and learn about "the boy who lived."
I liked it a lot! It's a fun sort of movie, with some truth in it as well. Definitely not recommended if your looking for something along the lines of horror.
It's a good movie for both adults and children. Everyone will find something funny in it. It has a lot of references to the Spaghetti Westerns.
This was a really lovely story. I highly recommend it! It is told from the point of view of a cat, who seeks to find a home in a barn after being abandoned by his owner's parents. The books tells two parallel stories, one about Richard Whittington, and the other is about Ben's ability to read. Ben is a boy just like the boy who once owned the cat, a boy that struggles with reading. The cat, meanwhile, does not want to see Ben shipped off like his previous owner and tries hard to encourage Ben, along with the other animals in the barn. One of the things the cat does is to try and inspire Ben with his story. You see, the cat is also named Whittington, after Richard Whittington. So Whittington, the cat, is trying to inspire Ben with the story of Whittington, the man. It is beautifully written, and highly recommended.