15-year-old deep-thinking Welsh schoolboy, Oliver Tate (Craig Roberts) struggles to initiate and maintain a relationship with Jordana (Yasmin Paige), his devilish, dark-haired classmate at their Swansea high school. As his parents' marriage begins to fall apart, similar problems arise in his relationship with Jordana.

Submarine covers the life of a 15-year-old boy, Oliver Tate. He has two targets : To lose his virginity before his next birthday, and to extinguish the flame between his mother and an ex-lover who has resurfaced in her life. Will he achieve his aims? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Submarine torrent reviews

Michael T (de) wrote: I saw this pretty stoned (when in Rome). But, it was really well done. Great cinematography and soundtrack.

Peter H (jp) wrote: Brutal, gory, bloody as hell & gut wrenching

Julia F (de) wrote: A very sad movie. And i dont mean emotionaly eather.

Adele B (nl) wrote: I like Sci-Fi/Fantasy but this looks crap.

Kenny N (br) wrote: "If you loved "Home Alone," you'll love "Blank Check.'" No, you won't. "Home Alone" is the only movie in history where a little kid beating the snot out of the bad guys turned out well. All others (even the "Home Alone" sequels) failed miserably to replicate that success. But try and try they did! This time, the kid from "Family Ties" (aka "Mikey" to connoisseurs of bad movies about evil children) cheats the system, becomes a bazillionaire, defeats the bad guys, spouts off all kinds of catchphrases that won't sound the least bit outdated in 1995, and gets the girl. (In this case, a 30 something federal agent. Seriously...what the hell? That whole subplot puts this movie into uncomfortable territory. This is supposed to be a brain dead throwaway.. Don't turn it into the Mary Kay Letourneau story!) Anyway, if you have even half a brain stem, you'll avoid this movie, and anything else that compares itself to "Home Alone." That's never a good sign.

Daniel C (au) wrote: It actually had a decent climax. Tough to sit through until then....

Josh H (kr) wrote: Not really anything special with this one. I mean, if you're a KISS fan (I'm not) it's a fitting tribute to their loyal fanbase wrapped up in a coming-of-age movie that you feel like you've seen a million times. It's not really that funny, but it's amusing enough to be worth watching.

Philippe D (mx) wrote: Was onverwacht toch leuk om zien.

Freddie K (au) wrote: A serviceable comedy about morals and social standards which doesn't give away any exhausting laughter but a few admirable chuckles. It's good intentions still are dragged down by it's slow pace and a slight tinge of unsatisfying character arcs.

Tatsuhito K (nl) wrote: "Barry Lyndon" is one of my all-time favorite Kubrick films and perhaps his most emotionally rich film. I loved it! The cinematography is stunning, the costumes and production design are gorgeous, the set-pieces are spectacular, the characters are complex yet very engaging, and I enjoyed the story enormously. Compared to most Kubrick films, Barry Lyndon has surprisingly good and often nuanced performances; the kind of performances that makes you care about the characters and help us understand their motive and desire. And with the help of warm, lovely visuals, this becomes not only a feast for the eyes, but also for the heart. It is a great piece of filmmaking and character study, and arguably one of Kubrick's best films.