Last Cab to Darwin
Rex is a loner, and when he's told he doesn't have long to live, he embarks on an epic drive through the Australian outback from Broken Hill to Darwin to die on his own terms; but his journey reveals to him that before you can end your life, you have to live it, and to live it, you've got to share it.
Suffering with terminal cancer, Rex, a taxi driver in Broken Hill, has been given three months to live. Not wishing to die in hospital, he sets out on an epic journey to Darwin in a bid to die on his own terms. Along the way, he experiences various encounters which encourage him to re-evaluate his life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Last Cab to Darwin torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: good pre-code mystery
(ca) wrote: Good story if edited, directed,acted, etc better. Had a good twist but bad acting and putting together of the movie. However its a low budget movie so 3 stars.
(ca) wrote: Holy Terrible Batman! LOW budget Bradley Cooper movie from 2002. Bad cinematography, really bad sound editing. There's a party scene where good ole Bradley has a two minute conversation with a guy who clearly has his voice overdubbed. Thank goodness Wedding Crashers came along and saved this guy's career. Avoid, unless you're playing some kind of drinking game.
(mx) wrote: Oh wow. I felt affirmed in my examination of character when, after watching the movie, I discovered that the character of Chad (played with slimy precision by Aaron Eckhart), was nominated for AFIs Heroes and Villains List. During the entire film I was thinking to myself, shit, this guy should be at least in the top ten. He is one of the most despicable, vile, depraved, and ugly characters ever put on film. The way in which the film goes at great lengths to put a microscope over him is admirable and, well, fascinating. The movie is driven by dialogue, and all of it feels natural and interesting. The fact of the matter is, this movie is fucked up. But it's great.
(ag) wrote: Flat out enjoyable movie. The Pryor Wilder combo is one of the best in movie and comedy history a true classic.
(jp) wrote: Nobody remembers this turd
(mx) wrote: A Slow, Methodical Story Works Against Some Special Effects That Were State Of The Art For It's Time.Felt Some It Was Very Strained & Scripted Rather Than Some Unexpected Creativity.
(fr) wrote: San Andreas is not a great movie, but it is the kind of disaster movie that I enjoy. Yes, it's far-fetched and downright ridiculous at times, but I didn't care. What this film does that works so well for me, is it takes a massive event that affected millions of lives, but it makes it feel smaller and more personal by focusing the story on a handful of people we care about. The cast is what really drew me into the story. Dwayne Johnson is great as the heroic father figure, and Carla Gugino is perfect as the protective mother. Alexandra Daddario is charming as their daughter, and her companions on the journey (played by Hugo Johnstone-Burt and Art Parkinson) were easy to connect with as well. The weakest parts of San Andreas were the scenes with Paul Giamatti and the Caltech team. I see the purpose of them in the story, because it gives us perspective on the scope of the devastation, and also sets up the impending danger. However, their actions didn't affect the main characters in any significant ways, so I struggled to see why we would pull away from the people we care about to hear from some people who are actually safe from the destruction. I also had a slight issue with the ham-handed way they pointed out symbols in the movie. At a certain point I wanted to say to the screen "We get it, these events are a metaphor for their crumbling relationship, stop over-explaining yourself!" But my biggest complaint in the movie was in the climax. Throughout the film Dwayne Johnson is basically a superhero, but I don't mind because he is the star of the film. But there is a scene where they could have empowered another character, and made this person a more vital part of the story, by allowing him to aid Johnson. It wouldn't have diminished our hero in any way, and would have improved the ending significantly. However, they decide to leave the heroics entirely in the hands of the star. It was a poor choice that annoyed me right when I was most invested in the movie. Still, I think San Andreas is a fun disaster film that should entertain a lot of people, and I'd probably recommend it.