Bound for Glory

Bound for Glory

A biography of Woody Guthrie, one of America's greatest folk singers. He left his dust-devastated Texas home in the 1930s to find work, discovering the suffering and strength of America's working class.

The early life of Woody Guthrie as a vagabond folk singer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bound for Glory torrent reviews

Lupine S (ag) wrote: Ok ok, so my thoughts of Larry the Cable guy were WAY low after blue collar, but i guess in this movie ..they went back up.

Ian C (it) wrote: This is a decent comedy. Carrell is great as the has been magician and Buscemi goes into Donnie mode. It is Jim Carrey and Brain Rape that steals every scene. Hillarious.

Andy P (br) wrote: Like a twisted, offbeat and unpredictable mix of This is Spinal Tap and Henry: Portrait of a serial killer, Man Bites Dog is a biting satire on media violence that is hard to stomach and hard to turn away from in equal measure.

Greg W (es) wrote: another romantic triangle given lubitsch treatment though based on a noel coward play little of his dialog made it 2 the screen.

JC E (nl) wrote: Let's be honest here, I only saw this movie because I am transfixed by the sheer power of Jennifer Hudson (The Three Stooges). She's got some serious pipes. I saw the previews for this and I wanted to see it just for her. The story didn't look that appealing, nor did the presence of Forest Whittaker (Out of the Furnace), Angela Bassett (Olympus Has Fallen), Mary J. Blige (Rock of Ages), Tyrese Gibson (Fast Six), or newcomer Jacob Latimore. Hudson has some soul stirring moments, but nothing that really meshes into something memorable. In fact, that's kind of the jist of the whole movie - unmemorable. That's not to say that the performances aren't heartfelt - though, Whittaker's sermon/show seems quite awkward - nor is the music off-putting. But it just never really sticks with you. Maybe the stage version - upon which this film is based - is better. But there isn't one single theme that rings true, except maybe that of forgiveness. And the dream-like sequence with the modern take on the nativity story was just awkward. It's not the worst Christmas movie out there, but there are a lot better ones to sit through.

Stephen C (ru) wrote: Its easy now to see Burt Reynolds as a faded Clint Eastwood wannabe who ended up starring in commercials for glasses.But when he was at his peak during the 70s and early 80s amid all the good old boy comedies he made and sometimes directed some moderatley interesting films.Sharkys Machine is a fine example of one of those movies and its up there with other gritty cop movies from that period such as 48 hours and of course Tightrope.Reynolds plays Sharky a homicide cop transfered to vice after a botched drugs bust.During a routine surrveillance of high class call girl Dominoe played by Rachel Ward ,Sharky and his misfit band of cops become involved in a political scandal which could see them all wind up dead.Despite a little bit of sagging in the middle the film itself is pretty darn good with Brian Keith ,Charles Durning ,Bernie Casey and Richard Libertini all on good form as Sharkys fellow cops.Also kudos to Reynolds for reigning in his schtick and even allowing himself to have some of his fingers cut off in a very painful scene.Extra special mention for Henry Silva as an untterly demented and drug crazed hitman his performance is one of a kind.I have to say i throughly enjoyed this film and it still baffles me as to why its never made it onto DVD in the UK as its one of Reynolds very best efforts.

victor l (ru) wrote: A bestselling latinamerican novel adapted to the big screen with international stars in the cast. One of the very few books that get this interest. The result: A poorly made film with awful makeup, casting, cinematography and direction. Miscast actors: Jeremy Irons from young to old, Winona Ryder (who didn't take anything after Irons or Streep), Meryl Streep was too old to play young Clara and this is terribly evident. The only Oscar worhty performance was Glenn Close as Ferula. The book is really thick and the film adaptation wasn't fair enough to its success. I think it should be remade as a miniseries someday.