The film focuses on the representatives of the Thirteen original colonies who participated in the Second Continental Congress. 1776 depicts the three months of deliberation (and, oftentimes, acrimonious debate) that led up to the signing of one of the most important documents in the History of the United States, the Declaration of Independence.

The story takes place on a film set in 1776. It is a musical retelling the birth of nation with many challenges and difficulties. What happen in the Continental Congress ? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


1776 torrent reviews

Joel A (kr) wrote: An extremely well made fill about not only the early years of doctor who but the the life behind the first Doctor Who.For a BBC TV it was excellently acted & the story was genuinely gripping. The battle they had to go through to keep this show on the air is staggering.The behind the scenes people of Doctor Who is makes it so great, so many excellent performances especially by David Bradley who plays the Doctor. Definitely accessible if you are not a big fan of the series.

Rangan R (de) wrote: I am the big fan of the television short-video series 'Minuscule'. I watched all of them like a kid when it was aired in my country on Nickelodeon. Along with me everyone in my family loved it and each of us like different characters. So we all expected this movie from the very beginning when they announced the project. The wait is over, I saw it a couple of days ago and I totally loved it. It was the best choice of characters for the movie over plenty of tiny creatures are desperate to debut on the silver screen. They chose ants and ladybugs and their adventures filled with lots of humour. This was the story of a young ladybug who got separated from his parents. He meets a pack of black ants who are on a hunt for food, then they team up and help each other to face the challenge that coming in their way to home. Especially red ants who are on the trail to snatch their finds. This running and chasing between two small groups of creature becomes a crucial war between those races. If you are familiar with this tv series, then you will clearly understand the characters and their behaviour. Not much deviated, they kept as much the original except stretched to 90 minutes runtime. The story was largely inspired from 'The Lord of the Rings' trilogy. Each section of the story telling reminds different episode of 'The Lord of the Rings'. First, it begins with 'The Fellows of the Sugar Cubes', then 'The Single Tower' and ends with 'The Return of the Queen'. All the way it was so much fun like you had for the tv series. No need to worry for the first time watcher, especially who are unfamiliar with these little characters. It was more like another version that you had seen in the Hollywood animations 'Antz', 'A Bug Life' 'Bee Movie' et cetera. The best part of all of it was this movie was dialogueless. No speaking, no names and no hard-coded subs. It only features amusing sounds created by the bugs and the wonderful background scores. It's a universal theme and presentation without any language barriers. A specially made movie for children with fine story. In company of them adults as well can enjoy it equally. One of the best animation movie, in fact the best children's movie of the year. Hope this title continues with many sequels in which each of the installments should brief different bug's or insect's tales. A must show to the kids and must see by the animation movie fans. Have this and have a great time.

Kim S (kr) wrote: I am a fan of English ensemble films. I was digging around searching for something with feeling and heart. I found it in this lovely movie. Perfectly casted for REAL actors, I enjoyed each of their performances individually almost as much as their ensemble work. Choices. It's all about choices. Most male viewers would categorize this as a chick movie. I'd like to think there are still men out there that will give this film a shot. I have to mention that I am reminded what a great actress Imelda Staunton is with her portrayal of Hazel Nightingale. WHAT a contrast from the egomaniacal Dolores Umbridge in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix!

Antonio P (au) wrote: I didn't even see the "Beast" until halfway through the movie!! Beyond Lochness was a much better film on the Sci-Fi Channel

Tika G (ag) wrote: just your usual tween flick...which i LOVE

Tony M (mx) wrote: Not too many words can describe the film that is From Beyond. It's a very fantastical story with some of the most grotesque and spectacular special effects produced in the 80's. Definitely check this out if you get the chance. Not a great movie but one that shouldn't be missed if you are a fan of 80's horror.3.5/5

David W (br) wrote: I feel The need, the need for speed!

r n (nl) wrote: Very close to the original story. Really enjoyed it.

Cody F (nl) wrote: A movie about a man's strive to achieve the American Dream in a corrupt industry, Oscar Isaac has a great performance but he can't make this film interesting.

Dave C (ca) wrote: If you are a fan of Adam Sandler I think Blended hits all of the familiar notes. One (possibly different) note is that it comes across as kind of an old fashioned family film. If it is something that concerns you, Blended has no offensive language and little in the way of toilet humour (save for a bit with teenage hormones). It is a Sandler movie where the kid actors can probably get away with watching it with their parents. The chemistry of reuniting Barrymore and Sandler seems to be intact. At the very least they seem to be having fun with the movie. And that is really what this. Nothing too serious, kind of warmhearted, and a lesser version of the Wedding Singer. Again, those who hate Sandler will likely brush this one off, but if you are a fan I think it's half decent.

Robert L (fr) wrote: Like a long, average episode of TNG.