At Princeton University, John Nash struggles to make a worthwhile contribution to serve as his legacy to the world of mathematics. He finally makes a revolutionary breakthrough that will eventually earn him the Nobel Prize. After graduate school he turns to teaching, becoming romantically involved with his student Alicia. Meanwhile the government asks his help with breaking Soviet codes, which soon gets him involved in a terrifying conspiracy plot. Nash grows more and more paranoid until a discovery that turns his entire world upside down. Now it is only with Alicia's help that he will be able to recover his mental strength and regain his status as the great mathematician we know him as today..
Derek J (de) wrote: Fascinating, but hasn't aged well.
Danielle U (de) wrote: Cute story...though not the best written. But Marla Sokoloff was good and Kieren Hutchinson was lovely. Guess you really can't ask for much more when it comes to a made for tv rom-com.
Bill B (ca) wrote: Slightly overlong and with possibly a few too many 'look what a bad-ass' flourishes peppered here and there, but damn if this wasn't a pretty solid little action flick.I'm not familiar with the books, so I wasn't as put off by Tom Cruise's casting as some apparently were and could just dig the movie for what it is, a guy rolling into town and solving a crime with his wits and fists.Worth a rental.
Marloes G (ag) wrote: Good movie. Good story, with some great twists at the end.
Timm S (br) wrote: Like A Car Crash You Just Can't Not Watch This. Springer Is Addictive Because It Is The Darker Side Of Human Nature & In Particular The Loopy American Culture.
Jeremy P (fr) wrote: entertaining documentary about the father of electronic music.
Robyn M (br) wrote: Cartoon with a whole lot of heart! So special no words can describe the talent range and unique story.This is a childhood classic, i remember dancing along to the melodys, while chuckling over Quaint, goofy humor. Not always about glory and happy go lucky feel, it's a dark story looking for sunshine.
DEB D (it) wrote: i absolutely love this movie it is one of my all time faves....i have yet to find it in today's world but if some one could let me know i would love to buy it.....bobcat in this movie made my gut hurt so bad from laughing and john candy didn't help my gut mux either....i love being a fan of bobcat
Kristy P (it) wrote: Absolutely hilarious!! Loved it! Classic Chevy Chase right here. :D
Diego T (ag) wrote: Enorme ce film. Je me lasse pas de le voir et le revoir, le duo Depardieu/Dewaere est genialissime. Leur jeu est superbe. Ils sont terriblement culottes et leur repliques sont mythiques. Super.
O p (ru) wrote: how about the sphinx scene?
Ryan V (kr) wrote: While being very much of its time, G Men is still an entertaining film for a James Cagney buff. Allegedly, this movie was made because J. Edgar Hoover openly complained about Hollywood romanticizing criminals and demanded a flick that promoted his agency. This may not be true, but the implication makes the film's plot seem markedly different.
James H (au) wrote: Another great Zemeckis/Hanks collaboration. Cast away's success relies purely on Tom Hank's performance. The movie was generally a success so what does that tell you? Tom Hanks is brilliantly charismatic and you feel great sympathy for his struggle. The score is fantastic and the way Zemeckis directs this brilliantly and the way he makes Wilson's loss so hard felt really is impressive.