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Michael Cole 1 year ago
No circus woman can resist a veterinarian
Amanda Mathews 2 years ago
Didn't hold a candle to the book but pretty good otherwise.
Malory over 3 years ago
a beautiful and moving story
Johnny Nys 5 years ago
Nice enough movie, but kinda like the circus version of Titanic. Christoph Waltz is great.
Christopher Leno 5 years ago
Not a bad version of the book, but was missing the rather nasty Uncle Al.
Annika Løchte Taylor 5 years ago
The bad karaoke of moviemaking. Amazing story, but poor acting and no chemistry whatsoever
Jane Kenney almost 6 years ago
Epic romance, the love for animals, and knowing that you'll go to anything for true love.
georgie 6 years ago
beautiful and eye-opening film. the acting is second to none, for sure
Paulinho Serrinha almost 7 years ago
Filme de domingo á tarde...
Giorgia 9 months ago
Itzel Amieva 10 months ago
Flo HM over 1 year ago
annari over 1 year ago
Norppa over 1 year ago
Mahshid Emami over 1 year ago
jojodoug almost 2 years ago
Water for Elephants is a 2011 American romantic drama film based on Sara Gruen's novel of the same name, directed by Francis Lawrence, from a screenplay by Richard LaGravenese. It stars Reese Witherspoon, Robert Pattinson and Christoph Waltz. The film was released in the United States and Canada on April 22, 2011, and received mixed to positive reviews from film critics; it garnered a "Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes based upon aggregated reviews, and a rating of "mixed or average reviews" at Metacritic. Flashback to the prohibition era, during the Great Depression, where a 23-year-old Polish American Jacob (Robert Pattinson) is a Cornell student. During his final exam, he is informed that his parents have been killed in a car crash. His father (Ilia Volok) has left huge debts, and the bank forecloses on Jacob's home. Feeling there is no point in returning to school and having no home, he jumps onto a passing train where he meets Camel (Jim Norton). In the morning, Jacob discovers...
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