Hugo Pool

Hugo Pool

Hugo Pool is a quirky tale of a Los Angeles pool cleaner who falls in love with a young man dying of Lou Gerhig's Disease.

Hugo Pool is a quirky tale of a Los Angeles pool cleaner who falls in love with a young man dying of Lou Gerhig's Disease. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hugo Pool torrent reviews

Marah R (au) wrote: Entertaining and heartfelt but lacks originality

Jenifer M (es) wrote: This has got to be one of the sadest movies I have ever seen. It is about grown kids that have to take care of there dieing mom for two weeks and everything they go through it is so hard to watch because you do not want it to ever happen to you I so love my mom.

Luke S (ag) wrote: lol no not my bag lol

Hollie H (nl) wrote: I liked this one, saw it awhile ago.

Mike M (it) wrote: Compelling and sometimes disturbing documentary about four men with a serious scrabble obsession. Watch them compete in huge national and international tournaments, Compulsive and fascinating viewing.PS. G I Joel was Awesome!

Dave J (gb) wrote: Thursday, March 20, 2014 (2004) Miracle DRAMA As a person, who on occasion, watches and keeps up with hockey, basketball, football, baseball and soccer games, there's a reason why I try to stay 'clear' away from sports movies in general, and it is to avoid already expected clichs, since most sports films never offer anything new to what anyone can't find out themselves, if, let's say, if they wanted to get into the sporting field. I've never seen such ludicrousness, in a poor attempt, to turn a simple little game called hockey, as part of a solution to end the cold war- that'll be the day. The movie takes place sometime during the year of 1981, and Jimmy Carter was the President Of The United States, and the movie was implying that much of the other countries was hostile because of the Iranian hostage kidnapping of several Americans- via "Argo". Herb Brooks (Kurt Russell) has just been announced as the coach of the US hockey team, and the movie dwells on the heartbreaking choice he had to make, selecting only 20 best out of 27. I've never witnessed such cheap calls for sentimentalism, until I had saw this film. Viewers also get to witness how this affects their families and so forth. I mean, do I really need to say anymore. You know, the thing I want to say, is that part of the reason why Russia has won so many gold medals in the sport of hockey, is the fact that it's under Communism rule, making the point that much of the general Russian public are not in the best financial situation in comparison to, let's say the US, and that the entire environment itself had always been kinda icy cold- including Sweden and Canada for that matter- pointing out that, hockey is perhaps the only sports game those countries had ever played as long as they have the weather for it. For the US, it's going to have to be, and always will be American football- for hockey had never been a popular sport amongst Americans when they're others that are much more popular. For a movie that's more than 2 hours long, I've never seen such obviousness, such as when the players were jabbering about the good looking girls on the stand, when they should be focusing on the game. And then with all of those inspirational speeches and lectures we're always subjected to hear, everyone has to hear them no matter what sport you're in- it's all so "routine" that it gets way to tired after awhile. If I want to watch something like this, I'll either check out the documentaries, like "Hoop Dreams", or just tune on to my local sports channel, thank you very much. For, I don't need to see something that's made up and acted, when I can actually witness and see the actual thing. 1 star out of 4 stars

Yahi S (gb) wrote: Lovers of music and supporters of the South African struggle with enjoy this. Go in with your eyes, ears and minds open - I think everyone should see it.

jackson w (fr) wrote: I give them credit for trying.

Peter F (de) wrote: Passable indie cult movie, that could of been a great one.

Ahtmah Singh K (ag) wrote: Great Acting, Funny Scenes and a Fun Time.

John B (it) wrote: Chomsky's landmark exposition of the media and how they choose to depict stories is still relevant today. However, he misses the mark on a key element: how the media can be driven to cover stories based on profit rather than some grand conspiracy. A visual masterpiece nonetheless.

Scott R (de) wrote: There's no such thing as a classy slasher movie, right ? Well this is the exception that proves the rule. Jenny Wright is the smart damsel in distress, Clayton Rohner is her cool cop boyfriend. The villian of this film is stealing facial features from his victims to make himself over as Wright's dream-lover ... plus there's a stop-motion jackal boy ! See it !

Private U (kr) wrote: i saw a couple of his movies and i just cant get enough of this damn stud hes got a determined look on his face that just stares into my soul. and if anyone on this planet could diliver deaths messages it would be him. watch out bruce willis now we got a hot hero!

Anna T (mx) wrote: Liked this a lot! But take that with a grain of salt - I'm a person who reads things like Food, Inc and watches Dirty Jobs religiously.

Emily W (jp) wrote: It's a deliciously melancholic stew of love and loss.

Tony C (ru) wrote: With some good actors and directed by Coppola one would expert something special. Unfortunately this film disappoints. The convoluted plot, torn between waking life and dreaming and flashbacks, diluted any possible suspense.