War Horse Watch Online Free (see Description) .flv


Release Date: December 25, 2011 Studio: DreamWorks Pictures Director: Steven Spielberg Screenwriter: Lee Hall, Richard Curtis Starring: Emily Watson, David Thewlis, Peter Mullan, Niels Arestrup, Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irvine, Benedict Cumberbatch, Toby Kebbell Genre: Drama MPAA Rating: PG-13 (for intense sequences of war violence) Plot Summary: From director Steven Spielberg comes "War Horse," an epic adventure for audiences of all ages. Set against a sweeping canvas of rural England and Europe during the First World War, "War Horse" begins with the remarkable friendship between a horse named Joey and a young man called Albert, who tames and trains him. When they are forcefully parted, the film follows the extraordinary journey of the horse as he moves through the war, changing and inspiring the lives of all those he meets—British cavalry, German soldiers, and a French farmer and his granddaughter—before the story reaches its emotional climax in the heart of No Man’s Land. The First World War is experienced through the journey of this horse—an odyssey of joy and sorrow, passionate friendship and high adventure. "War Horse" is one of the great stories of friendship and war— a successful book, it was turned into a hugely successful international theatrical hit that is arriving on Broadway next year. It now comes to screen in an epic adaptation by one of the great directors in film history.
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20 Responses to “War Horse Watch Online Free (see Description) .flv”

  1. what type of spectrum would you see if you heated up a horse shoe? and how do you find (what is) the planetary configuration of mars?
    I know the two are not related. they are both two different questions. please help.

  2. I am thinking of loaning a horse/pony , I can ride well and have no more to learn , I would love to know what happens in the process can you help ?

  3. I think you mean that you want to borrow or lease a pony. The process is quite simple – if you are over 18 you can do it yourself, but if not then your parents enter a legally binding agreement with the pony’s owner to give you use of the pony in exchange for a fee, and on the understanding that you will look after the pony and return it to the actual owner at the end of the lease period.

  4. I was looking at horse descriptions in a magazine and it described one horse as “big boned”. Does anyone know what that means? Thanks!

  5. Includes tack, stable equipment and my riding tack. HELP a complete list of the basics !!!

  6. Iv been looking for a horse just in general but now im thinking of adopting instead first of all i dont know exactly where to go, and i have questions like if you have adopted a horse were there complications? how do you know if there will be? would you do it again or recommend it to someone?

    i am of course going to look into this more but i just wanted some opinions on it first, and if you could answer some of the other questions that would be great too thanks =)

  7. how long will it take the horse to overtake the train?
    hint answer is 60s !??

  8. Im doing a project in school about a pet of our choice. we have to find the cost of EVERYTHING about the animal based on a one year period. Im doing a horse, so if anyone owns a horse and would what the costs of anything would be please reply

  9. £50 per month for ‘half board’ (feed, let out)
    £6 per bag of sawdust (2 per weekish)
    blankets, saddle, bridle, tools,my clothes, boots, hats, vet fees (havent been in a while so not 100% sure) etc

    theres a start

    assuming you have all the basics blankets etc, you have ur rent for stables (£50 per month but mines at a mates) sawdust, vet fees and food extras,

  10. Is it like owning a dog?

    Give it proper medical care
    Groom it
    Feed it
    Water it
    Excercise it
    Give it proper housing
    Entertain it
    I dont want to get one. Im just curious.

  11. Owning a horse is A LOT more responsibility than owning a dog.

    Medical care includes regular visits by the vet for vaccinations and teeth floating, as well as regular visits by a farrier to take care of their hooves. This costs a lot of money.

    Grooming horses isn’t that hard, but you have to pick their hooves, which depending on your horse could be a major pain.

    Horses eat and drink A LOT. You have to constantly check their water. And you have to closely monitor their feed and the amount of time they’re at pasture so they don’t get bloat (which kills them).

    As far as exercise, you need to make sure to lunge them if you aren’t riding them.

    Housing for horses is expensive too, if you don’t already have a barn with stalls. You should also get rubber mats for their stalls and you’ll need woodchips by the ton. You have to make sure to keep the stalls clean, especially in the summer.

    You’ll need to spend time with your horse. Horses get lonely, they’re social creatures. They really don’t fare too well by themselves. They do a lot better with another horse companion or a goat or something.

    My parents agreed to get horses 8 years ago because I was begging for them, under the condition that they were my responsibility. I don’t regret it one bit, but it’s not a decision to be taken lightly. It’s hard work, and it’s time consuming. And it’s really expensive. And even in the middle of winter, I would trek outside in the negative 15 degree weather four times a day or so through 4 ft of snow to feed my horses. If you’re ready to take on all of that, then go for it, just think about it carefully.

  12. Does anyone know to stop my sister’s horse from rearing? She works with him but he doesn’t stop. He dosen’t rear out of the blue though, he rears when he is walking and you try to stop him or when you try to turn him the direction he doesn’t want to go. He also takes of randomly.

    Please help!

  13. Jay Privman, drf.com, about Ruler On Ice: “He has shown himself, at times, to be stark-raving mad.”

    I’ve noticed that trainers usually like to play down the antics of their more active horses, but I’ve heard and read a few comments from the owner and the trainer of ROI and I think it must just be the tip of the iceberg. I’ll have to admit that I laughed when I read this comment!

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