Sling Blade

Sling Blade

Karl Childers is a mentally disabled man who has been in the custody of the state mental hospital since the age of 12 for killing his mother and her lover. Although thoroughly institutionalized, Karl is deemed fit to be released into the outside world.

Mentally disabled Karl Childers is released from the mental hospital where he has spent most of his life after murdering his mother and her lover. When starting a new life in a small town, Karl befriends a young boy named Frank and devises a way to save Frank from years of abuse. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Sling Blade torrent reviews

Andrew K (de) wrote: make look interesting, are bland with no variety. The ghost character is Rob Schnieder levels of ear-grating, Zatanna is just a skin show, John Constantine doesn't swear, even fucking Batman's existence is pointless. He basically just exists in scenes, making you wonder why he's even there in the first place. Etrigan/Jason Blood is the sole character of interest, and even then, he's not particularly diverse. In short, Justice League Dark is waste of money, time and brain cells on both the creator's and the audience's part.

Dallin H (kr) wrote: not enough English in this movie

Frances H (kr) wrote: Good, but not as brilliant as it could have been, given the breadth of the premise.

Andr (ru) wrote: Review will be written when/if re-watched (Probability: Zero).First viewing: 22.09.2001

Kat K (gb) wrote: HUM TUMHARE HAIN SANAM (2002) - love triangle? Mis-communication? Jealousy? Ahhhh, Shah Rukh!! He's SO fabulous. I love him with Madhuri - their chemistry is so fabulous! The title song is exquisite. Salman is good but annoying. Really good. AND - it has an appearance by Ashwarya Rai.

Daniele C (mx) wrote: Upsetting genius at work

Andrew K (gb) wrote: Terrible. I can't even believe I've seen this piece of shit.

Zack B (it) wrote: Pialat confidently allows his characters to be who they are without embellishment or misplaced sentimentality. He pulls us into their lives and we must accept them as they are. This is confrontational cinema in the vain of Cassavetes. The reality of the characters is so vivid as to make it almost disturbing, and it doesn't help that Isabelle Huppert and Gerard Depardieu are extremely flexible and intuitive actors. The reality is almost too much, but you can't help admiring the audacity of it, the sheer love of unbiased and unfettered truth seeking.