Million Dollar Baby

Million Dollar Baby

Despondent over a painful estrangement from his daughter, trainer Frankie Dunn isn't prepared for boxer Maggie Fitzgerald to enter his life. But Maggie's determined to go pro and to convince Dunn and his cohort to help her.

Maggie Fitzgerald, a poor thirty-one year old waitress from the very lower classes and with a dysfunctional loser family, decides to make a difference through boxing. So Maggie determines to work with a hardened boxing trainer to become a professional. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Million Dollar Baby torrent reviews

Ryan K (mx) wrote: Ironic to insult clint eastwoods film, when this sounds as though it does more dis-service....

Frances H (es) wrote: A beautiful, touching film about the anger and bitterness that the fear of being alone and loneliness itself can bring to life, and the wonderful peace a mother brings to her daughter by her wonderful love and caring, her integrity, her example and bringing her daughter together with another lonely soul. A film of great human compassion.

Harry W (ca) wrote: There is only so far Charlie Sheen's charm can go, and Terminal Velocity puts it through the test by dragging him through a stupid story with a terrible script, a lack of decent direction from Deran Sarafian and a large utter sense of boredom, only to have him as the only thing to emerge still standing on the other side.The rest of it falls flat and hits the ground, particularly because of its absolutely outlandish plot and lack of visual aids to keep it moving with entertainment, as well as minimal action and excessive repetitiveness. Had Charlie Sheen been playing a character with understanding of action capabilities outside of just being a skydiver I could have believed it, but that was not the case and so Terminal Velocity was doomed from the start, getting worse by the second as the plot dynamics began to get dumber and dumber. By the end its too dumb to remember and Charlie Sheen deserved a better film, and he was the only one to hold anything together in this plane crash of a film.

Steve M (ca) wrote: Hot air balloonists crashland on an uncharted island where they discover primitive bikini babes descended from alien visitors, stranded pirates, Kung Fu zombies, and Shiela Frankenstein (Victor) continuing the experiments of her famous relative. Despite a crazy mix of elements--any one of which could have brought some excitement to this film--"Frankenstein Island" is a crushing bore from beginning to end. The dull 'heroes' wander around not doing much of anything--even the Kung Fu fight versus the zombies who all look like they just walked out of a beatnik cafe is boring--and the villains aren't much more active or effective. The biggest shame of the movie is how badly everything is executed. The writer/director was clearly going for a cross between a "Lost World" film and a "Mad Scientist on a Rampage" movie, but he was not competent enough to capture the feel of either genre, and he botches even the simplist elements. (Worst offense: He doesn't make full use of the bikini babes... one should have developed a romance/association with one of the heroes early on and then should have been following the around. At the very least, we would have had something nice to look at while struggling to stay awake.) Another missed opportunity was the identity of Sheila Frankenstein's husband. When he was first brought up in a mysterious and ominous way, I was hoping he would be revealed as as the Frankenstein Monster. Alas, this was not to be. Sheila's husband turns out to be one of the more boring elements of the film. "Frankenstein Island" is not a place worth visiting. Frankenstein Island Starring: Robert Clarke, Steve Brodie, Robert Christopher, Tain Bodkin, Kathrin Victor, Cameron Mitchell, and George Mitchell Director: Jerry Warren

Lee P (fr) wrote: Not a bad Disney movie.....:)

Ashley H (it) wrote: Beach Party is a decent film. It is about an anthropologist who is studying the mating habits of teens. Robert Cummings and Dorthy Malone give good performances. The script is okay but seems a little sappy. William Asher did a pretty good job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture and thought it enjoyable.

Wes S (gb) wrote: How is this related to the first film? In many ways, but the film simply does not make a lick of sense. There are so many weird shots and confusing scenes. It's not really interesting, or entertaining. It has a few good moments, but it's just a really weird film.