Out of an Old Man's Head
After being admitted to a residential home starts the retired bricklayer Johan to dream back to his childhood - the safe upbringing with his parents, the first love, and how he with a broken heart ran away from home, and was forced to fend for himself. How he got married, had a son, barely managed to scrape together enough money for food and shelter, the son ran away from home and his wife died.
- Stars:Hans Alfredson, Karl-Axel Forssberg, Monica Ekman, Gösta Ekman, Rolf Bengtsson, Gus Dahlström, Fatima Ekman, Monica Nielsen,
- Director:Tage Danielsson, Per Åhlin,
- Writer:Hans Alfredson, Tage Danielsson
After being admitted to a residential home starts the retired bricklayer Johan to dream back to his childhood - the safe upbringing with his parents, the first love, and how he with a broken heart ran away from home, and was forced to fend for himself. How he got married, had a son, barely managed to scrape together enough money for food and shelter, the son ran away from home and his wife died. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Out of an Old Man's Head torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Pretty cute actually...
(nl) wrote: Thoroughly charming. Ikewaki was amazing.
(jp) wrote: I want someone to eat cheese with
(fr) wrote: Absolutely fucking hilarious - "fuck you, you lesbo!" has become a catchphrase in my house, much to the pain of anyone listening that has never seen the film. Brando is excellent as ever, in his mainly improvised role as The Sweed, and Charlie Sheen and Thomas Haden Church are equally competant in this film. If I had my way this would be compulsory viewing, probably every christmas eve.
(nl) wrote: While I am not the biggest Robin Williams fan, I will admit that when he was good, he was pretty damn funny. But unfortunately, when he was bad, he was pretty damn bad. And Patch Adams is a great example of how bad he could be. Granted, I doubt anyone could have been good in this movie. In order to be good, you would need a decent script, a decent director, and other actors who were decent. And Patch Adams doesn't fulfill any of those. But the thing that truly makes this film bad is it's awful, horrible, disgusting, terrible, dreadful portrayal of "a true story". The real Patch Adams didn't act like a complete idiot and clown. The film version of Patch Adams spends half the movie acting like a monkey in order to "make patients laugh". The real Patch Adams actually knew how to be a doctor. The film version of Patch Adams seems like he has no clue how to be a doctor. The film even switches the gender of a real-life person in order to create some romantic subplot. Frankly, the movie by itself is bad. But it's insistence on advertising itself as "based on a true story" is what truly makes this film awful.
(de) wrote: A teenager's dad is kidnapped by terrorists and only he and his dad's air force buddy can save dear old dad in this Topgun ripoff.
(fr) wrote: would love to see this
(es) wrote: Will never forget the first time seeing this and the campfire scene played...still brings tears to my eyes...
(gb) wrote: So very camp. Great actors, fine director and lovely sets can't save a bad script. There are only two reasons to watch this film: 1) the fashions modeled by Vitti, and 2) die-hard fans of Dirk Bogarde or Terence Stamp.
(de) wrote: Interesting set up for a story but very, very far from Lang's best, narratively or visually. It does smell as if being his last project for the studio before going back to Germany he rushed the thing more than a bit...
(jp) wrote: love it and I enjoy the scary ness.
(de) wrote: For an Oliver Stone movie, it goes about its subject way too safely, resulting in a largely underwhelming effort with only a few instances of raw emotion and intrigue.
(ru) wrote: Written and directed by James Mangold (Girl, Interrupted (1999), Walk The Line (2005) and The Wolverine (2013)), this cop drama has a top notch cast to it's name, and Mangold set out to do a modern day western set in New Jersey. It has Sylvester Stallone playing against type as well, and showing he can be a terrific actor with the right material, and working with the right people. In the small town of Garrison, New Jersey. Local Sheriff Freddie Heflin (Stallone) finds himself embroiled in a case of police corruption when New York cop Murray Babitch (Michael Rapaport), nephew of Lt. Ray Donlan (Harvey Keitel) is caught up in an altercation with an African American gang on the George Washington Bridge, but when the gang end up dead, Babitch seemingly commits suicide by jumping of the bridge in despair. However, it's all a cover-up, Babitch did it on the orders of Donlan to cover up a potential racist incident. But, Babitch is being hidden in Garrison, and it's not long before Heflin gets involved in it all. Made on a very meagre budget, and with the cast all working on a scale salary, it has some brilliant performances and it manages to do quite a lot with so little. This should have put Stallone on the path to a new phase in his career, but after this, he couldn't get a break until he did Rocky Balboa (2006). Shame really.