Henry Poole Is Here

Henry Poole Is Here

Henry Poole abandons his fiancée and family business to spend what he believes are his remaining days alone. The discovery of a 'miracle' by a nosy neighbor ruptures his solitude and restores his faith in life.

Henry Poole moves in to a house in his old neighborhood, to spend what he believes are his remaining days alone. The discovery of a "miracle" by a nosy neighbor ruptures his solitude and restores his faith in life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Henry Poole Is Here torrent reviews

Meyer R (jp) wrote: unusual, creative, well acted, smart, paced and written well. Like all films, a bit longer than needed.

Pavandeep S (nl) wrote: Creepy and just a great film.

Sonya W (nl) wrote: Dominique Pinon, what is this about...

Orlok W (br) wrote: A comic curio that is weirdly engaging throughout--2010: A (wardrobe) Space Oddity!!

Nicki M (fr) wrote: I had recorded this on dvr to watch. The times were out, so I missed the last 15 minutes. I wasn't overly disappointed about it. Is okay, but not my type of thing.

Andrew M (br) wrote: Between the summer camp setting, the colorful characters, and the casual aimlessness, Meatballs is fun, if flawed, summer viewing. It's an easy film to enjoy, running only 92 minutes and not requiring any hard thinking or overly emotional moments to ponder over. It's just a bunch of kids and young adults getting into all kinds of shenanigans, led by a charismatic Bill Murray. In fact, Bill Murray is the driving force behind this movie: surrounded by a cast of generally unmemorable characters, Murray's childlike camp counselor is highly entertaining. His character is at his finest when he's interacting with young introverted camper Rudy (Chris Makepeace), who looks up to Murray's Tripper as a sort of big brother figure throughout the film. The rest of the subplots, including but not limited to a basketball game with a rival camp and the multitude of relationships and love triangles among campers, lack the same kind of charm, and are much more forgettable.There's not a lot to Meatballs overall. It's a harmless piece of summer entertainment that is sure to delight you in some way. Ivan Reitman's direction isn't anything flashy and the script (partially written by Harold Ramis) is aimless, but Bill Murray is expectedly amusing in a film that is just fun, for a lack of better wording.

Tim S (mx) wrote: What the heck did I just watch? I found it difficult to give this movie a rating. Curse of Bigfoot is probably THE worst movie I've ever seen, and almost none of it is so bad that it's good. There are some moments early on between the teacher and his students that made me laugh, but the movie is just so poorly put together that it's hard to find anything positive to say about it. According to what I've read, the film is an amalgam of two films, with one specifically an older film called Teenagers Battle the Thing, which makes a little bit more sense when you realize that almost none of this film has anything to do with Bigfoot whatsoever. It's more about a mummy coming back to life, and about a professor talking to his students about humans impacting the environment. It's a pretty boring and awful movie overall. I know that Rifftrax has covered the movie and I look forward to what they have to say about it. Hopefully something that makes it a little more worthwhile, because as is, it's a complete and utter exercise in bad filmmaking.

Scott J (jp) wrote: Is it just me, or do they play con-men in every movie?

Sigmund K (ca) wrote: What happened to Spike Lee?

emily h (mx) wrote: It was ok, had some super unrealistic moments