I Killed My Mother

I Killed My Mother

Hubert, a brash 17-year-old, is confused and torn by a love-hate relationship with his mother that consumes him more and more each day. After distressing ordeals and tragic episodes, Hubert will find his mother on the banks of Saint Lawrence river, where he grew up, and where a murder will be committed: the murder of childhood.

A semi-autobiographical story about Dolan as a young homosexual at odds with his mother. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


I Killed My Mother torrent reviews

Brooke D (ru) wrote: I love this movie! I don't see it as raunchy and disgusting at all... It was a cleverly written, well directed film with some very talented actors. Not as many jokes as I was expecting from Shane Dawson, but a great movie and one to be enjoyed time and time again.

Fernando G (ag) wrote: Bollain suceeds in teling the story of three women at different ages working as private detectives. The structure of three characters is enough to portray a story about secrets that slowly become crucial in the understanding of each character. This story does not entertain in depicting characters in full detail, but in giving the viewer enough material to reveal these women's inner conflicts.

Eric H (ag) wrote: I didn't expect much from this film, but I was surprised. It was funny and the story was good for a drug run film based on a true story. I liked the lead actors lethargic style, it suited the character. It's not up with the best "drug runner" films but it's more comedic and that it's based on a true story is even more hilarious. There are a lot worse movies out there. This is a good yarn and funny. You will not be bored and it's well directed.

Miguel R (mx) wrote: Funny, intelligent and well directed, Shaun of the dead rises above most 21st century comedies

John M (de) wrote: Turned the animation industry on its head. So like many kids in suburbia, Andy has a lot of toys. Unbeknownst to him, they actually come to life when he is not around and go on adventures of their own. His cowboy named Woody (Tom Hanks) is very comfortable being Andy's favorite toy, but his world is in for a shake up when Andy gets a cool new astronaut toy, a Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen), as a birthday gift. What can I say about this movie that hasn't been said before? It was the very first movie from Pixar and it showed everything that they are capable of, being the very first feature length computer animated film. Animation has come leaps and bounds over the last two decades, and there are a couple of renderings that are a little rough around the edges, given the technological limitations of 1995, but the movie itself still holds up in the best way possible. The reason why that this movie (and this series, for that matter) has such strong legs to stand on is because the writing is so good. Many people probably forget that Joss Whedon has a writing credit on this for the screenplay, and even though it is toys that we are talking about, it is a very human story. How could you not relate to a tale that is about being forced out as a favorite, or a fish out of water, trying to figure out how he fits in? Sure, there are motivations present that are selfish, but that's what makes it so identifiable, and that really helps to bolster the character arcs when you get to that third act. Hanks and Allen are perfect voices for their respective roles, and there are many creative stunts that they pull off in this world filled with toys. It is nice and short, and when you subtract end credits, this only takes you about 75 minutes to watch. The original score done by Randy Newman is iconic, and I don't think there is a person out there who won't start humming along if "You Got a Friend in Me" comes on. It sets the groundwork for later movies, even though it may not have realized it at the time, and Toy Story is a classic for the ages.

Samuel M (br) wrote: Podramos decir que este es el momento en el que la saga comienza a abandonar su profundidad y realismo duro, por un componente ms espectcular con la inclusin de rivales espectaculares. Cierto es tambin que Clubber Lang no deja de ser un reflejo del pasado de Balboa, una imagen que le devuelve el espejo de la realidad que ha olvidado debido al desmesurado xito de su carrera. Claro que tambien tiene que lidiar con el hecho de que este xito pueda no ser merecido, y tengo que volver a demostrarlo.Es increible como una saga de estas caractersticas puede seguir manteniendo este nivel tan elevado a nivel reflexivo y cinematogrfico.

Thomas E (ru) wrote: Try as I might, we only managed about 30 mins of this film. Too much talking and ugly dwarf not enough 'erotic horror'. Purty ladies though...

Justin D (fr) wrote: Hilarious. Funniest movie on the list so far. Jerry Lewis is amazing in this.

Aaron K (ru) wrote: "In The Name Of The Father" is burned to the ground with it's disturbingly grating police bullying filled storyline, and not even it's oscar-nominated performances from Daniel Day-Lewis, Pete Postlethwaite and Emma Thompson can save it.

Shane D (nl) wrote: Tight and tidy thriller which gets forgotten in the long back catalogue of George Clooney's career.

Michael A (it) wrote: This movie is so bad that its just laughable. A woman gets raped by construction workers (with no explanation) but is then avenged by a motorcycle helmet wearing psycho with a nail gun and a Darth Vader voice who starts picking off the construction workers one by one (and some people who were not involved). Its just a poorly made slasher movie that for what its worth garners some laughs. Especially the way the deaths are done. For example: One of the rapers gets shot by the Nail Gunner and the then falls onto a nearby grill and fries to death. But in the scene you can see the guy falling forward on the grill and then pushes himself up with his hand, even though he is already dead. Priceless! But all in all this is a bad movie experience you will never forget..or want to forget.