Gentleman Jim

Gentleman Jim

As bareknuckled boxing enters the modern era, brash extrovert Jim Corbett uses new rules and dazzlingly innovative footwork to rise to the top of the top of the boxing world.

As bareknuckled boxing enters the modern era, brash, extroverted young bank clerk named Jim Corbett uses new rules, dazzlingly innovative footwork as well as "scientific" methods to rise to the top of the top of the boxing world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Gentleman Jim torrent reviews

mark v (gb) wrote: Clever , sweet movie!

Eric H (jp) wrote: Alright, let's start with the obvious: the name is as boring as the film, the first 20 minutes are just doing the obvious rip on the tour guide, and while this film oh so badly wants to be the thick-layered, coming-of-intellectualism, it barely can hold a plot with more than stereotypical nonsense. Unfortunately, this is one of those films you see coming a mile away, not making you reflect on future decisions.

Matthew R (es) wrote: It is a good film that speaks to living life with what is really important, the people you go through life with, family and friends.

Allan C (de) wrote: Amazing looking film, but some severe logic problems for me.

Patricia K (fr) wrote: Beautiful. Just beautiful and haunting Stream it on Netflix.

Benjamin G (fr) wrote: Very powerful and extremely moving.

Maggie L (kr) wrote: Heard the action was good

Heather C (kr) wrote: Considering the liberties taken with what is, in and of itself, a cool rock n' roll legend, I have a hard time loathing it because Michael Shannon is so goddamn funny here.

Adam R (gb) wrote: Perhaps one of the more insanely idiotic movies ever made. I'm sure that we are all dumber for having watched it, but I love it anyways. Adam Sandler is hilarious in one of his best movies. It's still very funny after seeing it multiple times through the years. (First viewing - Late childhood)

Cody M (ru) wrote: This one was somewhat softer and felt anticlimactic, regardless I had a good time watching it.

Matthew M (gb) wrote: If ever there was a movie in need of a remake this is it. Fun concept but horrible execution. We need a do-over.

Christopher L (ca) wrote: Very frightening. I would compare it to Carpenter's "Halloween" (1978), though the tacked-on "jump-scare" ending is kind of dumb

Kyle B (es) wrote: I've liked some of Robert Altman's movies, more in the later years like Short Cuts, but this is definitely his funniest endeavor. Altman knows how to balance humor and drama well without making it like a spoof yet still holding on to wacky scenes. Great screenplay and great ensemble most notably Donald Sutherland, Robert Duvall, Elliott Gould, and Sally Kellerman