McFarland, USA

McFarland, USA

A track coach in a small California town transforms a team of athletes into championship contenders.

A struggling coach and teacher who has had to move around for different incidents in his career finally comes to one of the poorest cities in America: McFarland, California. There he discovers buried potential in several high school boys and slowly turns them into championship runners and brings them closer than even he could ever imagine. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

LinksNameQualitySeedersLeechers

McFarland, USA torrent reviews

Twins S (us) wrote: An animation with All the toy of a little boy... Main characters..a horse, an Indian a cowboy..what else..farm animals and the classic postman, farmer and scuba diver ..it is an absurd animation..everything is frantic and the animation on the characters is like the one of a kid who plays with toys around..Very amusing and very well executed

John Toni d (it) wrote: Neither adds nor diminishes value to the origin story it is trying to retell. Jack The Giant Slayer may have acquired a few fun moments courtesy of Ewan McGregor & Nicholas Hoult, but its overuse of CGI and weak story-telling derailed it from being fully enjoyable.

Ithak W (es) wrote: A really sensible movie about the most precious asset of all: the human mind. It's actually explored in different ways: the father's mental ilness, the old math teacher's moods, the teaching experience with kids, and the main character's own quirkiness. (Spoiler warning - don't read further unless you've seen the movie): I really liked that they took in the little girl at the end... it conveys a message of hope and of love. Let's not forget there are so many children in the world who feel abandoned, lost, who need a family... if this movie can inspire just ONE adoption, it was already worth it.

Grant S (us) wrote: Pretty boring, despite the titillating subject matter. Leelee Sobieski can do a lot better.

Roberto G (au) wrote: buenas interpretaciones,buena direccion y buen guin. Recomendable

Liy D (au) wrote: I felt like this film could have offered more. I just wasn't pulled in.

J R (us) wrote: I love this movie. I thought it would be the typical unrealistic action film but loved how they made a comedy of how unrealistic it was. So many great one liners in this. This movie doesn't get enough respect.

Arjuna R (us) wrote: After seeing parts of the first Saw, Saw II looks like is could be an amazing film.

Ross W (de) wrote: [font=Courier New][color=black][font=courier new]A romantic comedy in the Sundance vein, you know, quirky acting and multiple characters and story lines. Jay Mohr stars as a man who's about to get married to the girl of his dreams. In a departure from the norm, the girl decides that she hasn't had enough meaningless sex in her life and wants to see other men. He's completely against the idea, feeling he's had his fill. But she wins out and the wackiness ensues. He ends up sleeping with a variety of hotties, that can only happen in the movies for such a "normal" guy. She ends up falling into another relationship. They have a variety of friends that get into witty conversations with them, and we see a bit of their relationships as well. [/font][/color][font=courier new]Despite the pretty predictable set-up, the film is a winner. It kept me laughing at the unrealistic situations. Not a classic, but worth a watch if you're a romantic-comedy fan.[/font][/font]

Heath B (au) wrote: No surprise that romantic cynic Mike Nichols opted to direct Nora Ephron's memoir of the same name about her marriage and divorce from famed writer Carl Bernstein. It isn't a particularly romantic film, and both characters could be difficult to like if you're expecting charming, witty Ephron East Coasters like Harry and Sally. But Rachel and Mark's imperfections are bluntly honest, and I doubt many would want to spend much time with any of us dealing with such circumstances. The painful, adult affirmation that love does not conquer all might not be a message most of us care to consider, but their too human complexities, I found, were a refreshing real-life reflection that's rarely explored in the movies (save for Woody Allen). I loved how we're allowed to see Nicholson's pain as he fights against his compulsion to cheat. He wants to be a good husband, but can't. It isn't in him. Rachel, played with hysterical (not necessarily funny) brilliance by Streep suspects this about him all along, and at every turn does what most of us would - stagger dizzily to maintain some semblance of self respect, which is impossible. If she takes him back, she's weak. If she leaves, she is admitting she made the wrong choice with him from the beginning. This being her second marriage, the desperation to make it work results in a near breakdown. Oh, and by the way, she's pregnant with their second child. Who said love wasn't messy? Aside from a silly, ham-fisted rendition of 'The Itsy Bitsy Spider' by Carly Simon in the closing moments to batter to death the ending theme, this movie doesn't pull many punches. It tells it like it is, whether we're comfortable with that or not.

Morten E (fr) wrote: Campy blaxploitation actioner where kicks and punches sound like firecrackers. Quite entertaining. Malik Carter is good as Pinky. See the restored version just out on dvd "4 film Favourites - Urban Action Collection".

Adam R (gb) wrote: (First and only viewing - 2/14/2010)

John K (au) wrote: Michael Douglas' overly surly character brings the film down too far to recover. Anyone expecting the usual Rob Reiner film should avoid this one.

Aaron G (de) wrote: This is actually a really well done movie. I wasn't expecting it to be this good. It's a real emotional story but if you are too man for that (lol) you can just tell everyone you watched it for the plentiful nudity.

Tim R (ca) wrote: Back in 2003 we got a new kinda high seas adventure! Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, Keira Knightley and Geoffrey Rush star in one of the must see movies of our time!

Amy M (mx) wrote: This movie is outdated; many current TV shows are telling coming out stories with much more realism and less drama.