Werner Herzog's documentary film about the "Grizzly Man" Timothy Treadwell and what the thirteen summers in a National Park in Alaska were like in one man's attempt to protect the grizzly bears. The film is full of unique images and a look into the spirit of a man who sacrificed himself for nature.
- Category:Biography, Documentary
- Stars:Anton Yelchin, Robert Downey Jr., Hope Davis, Kat Dennings, Tyler Hilton, Mark Rendall, Dylan Taylor, Megan Park, Jake Epstein, Jonathan Malen, Derek McGrath, Stephen Young, Ishan Davé, Santiago Segura, Javier Gutiérrez, Pilar Castro, Guillermo Toledo, Coté Soler, Werner Herzog, Carol Dexter, Val Dexter, Sam Egli, Franc G. Fallico, Willy Fulton, Marc Gaede, Marnie Gaede, Sven Haakanson Jr., Amie Huguenard, David Letterman, Jewel Palovak, Kathleen Parker, Warren Queeney, Timothy Treadwell,
- Director:Werner Herzog,
- Writer:Werner Herzog
This documentary centers on amateur grizzly bear expert Timothy Treadwell, who periodically journeyed to Alaska to study and live with the bears. He with his partner - was eventually killed and devoured by one of the very animals to whom he had devoted years of study. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Grizzly Man torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: nominated for best picture at golden globes
(de) wrote: You're not quite sure what's going on but you're not supposed to, brilliant!
(es) wrote: its positively shy making
(au) wrote: Disappointing adaptation of an amazing novel by Dean Koontz. Everyone seems miscast.
(ru) wrote: If I were to give an Oscar for the best ever--best of all time!--performance by a woman in a motion picture, I would choose Mary Tyler Moore for her performance as Beth in "Ordinary People." Robert Redford casts her against type--brilliantly. Unlike Mary Richard of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," Beth cannot be happy, cannot really smile or laugh. Nor can she love. When her husband Calvin, played convincingly by Donald Sutherland, asks her whether she loves him, Beth replies, "I feel about you as I always have." The critical consensus states that the film is "shot through with bitterness and sorrow." That's a distortion. There is bitterness and sorrow, but there is far more love and understanding--in part through the characters played by Judd Hirsch and Elizabeth McGovern. This is a GREAT movie, in my all-time Top Ten.
(ca) wrote: Not bad, but man do they trash Kansas. I hope kansas wasn't like that.
(it) wrote: Love a lot. I love him. :)
(gb) wrote: Astonishing opening scene and equally astonishing climax make this gothic noir a must see. Bernard Herrmann's piano concerto and beautiful photography from Joseph LaShelle provide a perfect backdrop. Some of the acting is a bit hammy at times, though Cregar manages to hold it together, and Darnell does admirably as a femme fatale.
(nl) wrote: Fred & Ginger spend very little on-screen time together in their first film together, however it is not about them despite giving some decent supporting roles. It's an ambitious but well produced musical comedy for the time it was made, making great use of sound which was still a fairly new phenomena, and better than average for this period.