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All Dogs Go To Heaven
Hunt To Kill

Hunt To Kill

(2010)1h 37mR
Flying Swords of Dragon Gate
National Lampoon's Dorm Daze 2: College At Sea
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Setup

(2011)1h 24mR
Bebe's Kids

Bebe's Kids

(1992)1h 12mPG-13
Fred: The Movie

Fred: The Movie

(2010)1h 22mTV-PG
Igor

Igor

(2008)1h 26mPG
The Girl Next Door

The Girl Next Door

(2007)1h 31mR
Good Dick

Good Dick

(2008)1h 26mR

Golfing With Animals

(2010)1h NR
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Golfing with Animals is a film about a paradox! The paradox is, that there actually are wild animals and plants in manmade environments, close to humans. The habitat may seem tame but the law of the jungle is always in use amongst those animals that live there. The survival of the fittest is obvious for those creatures that live in an apparently safe and tame environment. Is a golf course a wildlife environment? We are turning the expression wildlife upside down. The purpose is to show an artificial environment as wildlife. Golfing with Animals show the habitants and guests (except humans) you can meet in a man made habitat and that it can be very rich of species. In the film we meet conflicts in a no-mans-land but also that humans and wild animals can coexist in peace. We have chosen to use a golf course as an example. An environment that is wilder than expected! Golfing with Animals is told from an entertaining and humoristic angle. Through the view of the animals looking at the game of golf and its partici
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