Dallas Buyers Club

Dallas Buyers Club

Loosely based on the true-life tale of Ron Woodroof, a drug-taking, women-loving, homophobic man who in 1986 was diagnosed with HIV/AIDS and given thirty days to live.

Dallas Buyers Club is a psychological film about the century disease HIV, inspired by a true story in 1986, Ron Woodroof fought AIDS. Being frustrated because of not be unsupported but he did not want to accept death, so he used the drug, even inventory, poor quality and unintentionally discovered the treatment for people who were suffering HIV like him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dallas Buyers Club torrent reviews

Thomas B (fr) wrote: A harrowing tale with a great lead performance from Eric Bana. Full review later.

Jason S (es) wrote: A Patrick Swayze dance movie that I haven't seen? Say it isn't so! SWAYZEEEEEEE!

Wayne K (br) wrote: After making his first tiny featurette, Doodlebug, Christopher Nolan returned with Following, his first feature length movie. It's a step up in terms of storyline, but not so much in terms of production values or picture quality. Costing next to nothing, the projectr has a film-noir aesthetic, and a gritty, seedy atmosphere. But the narrative is disorganised, the acting unimpressive and the conclusion clichd. With that said, it's still a pretty entertaining movie, delving into our deep-seated interest in the lives of strangers, and how people we know nothing about can be so fascinating to us. It in no way stacks up to Nolan's more recent work, but in terms of doing the best with what you have, it's a pretty damn good effort.

Curtis B (ca) wrote: Looking for the pinnacle of the purely enjoyable entertainment every B-movie strives to have? Look no further: this is it. Flat, generic characters; a fairly predictable plot; an unreasonable amount of explosions all stay true to their nature in the best way possible to make this a sweet action film. Also Famke Jansen is unbelievably gorgeous and is possibly Anna Hathaway's inspiration in the Dark Knight Rises.

Avi F (mx) wrote: Another strange yet delightful offering from Stephen Chow, this time mixing martial arts with...cooking. It's a great movie with a well-crafted story with excellent twists. Highly enjoyable, and excellently done. Watch it.

James B (mx) wrote: Not the greatest movie, and definitely has some pretty low moments. I do remember watching it when I was my son's age, so we gave it a shot. Back in the day I wrote to the lead actress and got a autographed picture and letter back. Karen Duffy is super cool!!!

Jason S (fr) wrote: I should see it again

Rodney E (ca) wrote: I'll take semi-lousy karate action movies from my youth for 200 please

Alexander P (mx) wrote: Not a bad film, good idea, good plot but lacking in the effects and acting department

Tor M (jp) wrote: Another mix of dreams and reality from Bergman. We meet an artist that's having an emotional breakdown while confronting his repressed desires. Everything happens on an island with few inhabitants. His mood swings as he face his inner deamons everywhere. He seem to have a guilty conscience from somthing, probably related to his young, pregnant girl."Repulsion" comes to mind as a similiar film, there is also something very Lynch-like here, but the "The Shining" must be the film that later on seem most influenced by this flick.Never a horror, but quite close to one, very psychological and dark stuff. Some things seem to make no sense, others are very deep and open to a number of interpretations.Lovely crafted and maybe the most experimental film he's done that I've seen. Never got the ending really. It's something unique, but I never caught it. Huge stars in this film - mostly known Bergman faces. Max von Sydow, Erland Josephson, Liv Ullmann and a stunning Ingrid Thulin.Probably on my top 5 Bergman-list, but it may drop some places after I watch the next relases I got planned to give a go.8 out of 10 fishing rods.

Brad S (fr) wrote: Loved this film, I had never seen an Ophuls films before and I know I must work my way through his filmography. The film focuses on a love triangle and features incredible set design and a never still camera to make this one of the most beautiful films I have seen. Apparently Ophuls was a big influence on Paul Thomas Anderson, and you can see it for sure. Highly recommended film, seek it out!

Katie M (us) wrote: The problem with old school movies based on plays is that they usually come out looking precisely that -- like someone just filmed a play. No real effort is made to utilize the medium and you're left with scenes in one location that just draaaaaaag on. This is no exception. I was left rather disappointed, since I was pretty intrigued by the storyline. If it weren't for Queen Bee Joan, I wouldn't have made it all the way through. As always, she is marvelous, and she steps out of her comfort zone here, playing a flighty, flakey socialite. And she does it brilliantly of course. And she looks GORGEOUS the whole way through (this was right before her tragic turn into Clownmakeupville). I'd recommend for Joan fans, and maybe even theatre fans, but that's it. Cukor is usually such a great director, but it seems like even he was bored with this one...

WakeWRC89 (ru) wrote: The Jungle Hunter was one bad ass. Brilliant classic Arnold movie.