Swimming Upstream

Swimming Upstream

A young man aspiring for recognition of his talents battles against his estranged father's sentiment towards him as the father deals with his own demons.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:114 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:English,Latin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:fight,   pianist,   coach,  

The inspirational life story of Australian swimmer Tony Fingleton. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Swimming Upstream torrent reviews

Justin F (mx) wrote: It was good. I miss robin Williams.

Simon D (it) wrote: The biopic of Edith Piaf. An interesting story worth watching for the performance of Marion Cotillard alone.

Patrick F (es) wrote: While not as consistently funny as his later films, there's a TON of brilliance at play here. The special cameras, Brooks's narration, and the ending - my GOD, how I howled at the final scene. As the GONE WITH THE WIND theme soared, I realized I was watching something truly wonderful. It's uneven, sure, but the highs more than make up for the dull spots.

Marischa B (nl) wrote: Okay, i gotta say this. The 1st time i saw the title of the movie, it doesn't really ring my thrilled-bell. I thought it was just a lame, boring movie that i can watch when i don't have other movie to watch anymore. But, I'm surely glad that i watched it last night.This movie is brilliant. I mean the plot. It kept me wondering whether it is true or not that he is sleepwalking (and who the real murderer is). When the time that you thought the case is solved, it's just kept coming with a new plot. And keep you wondering again. I just love this kind of movie.But, there is this slight parts where i think won't be necessary in this movie. They could just be cut out. I'm not gonna say which parts.But, frankly, in average, i would recommend you this movie.

Alexander C (gb) wrote: Unnessary sequel you decide.

Ryan S (es) wrote: Boring, stupid, and awful.

Aura L (au) wrote: This movie is just fun to watch.

Karl H (nl) wrote: rock hudson's best film..

Greg W (nl) wrote: The third version of Fannie Hurst's novel, filmed in 1932 and 1941, is the weakest: Susan Hayward may be too old and too tough for the part.

Colleen P (es) wrote: Perhaps one of the greatest contributions to cinematic history involving men becoming giant land crabs. The screenplay and special effects are second to none, and the sound effects must be experienced to be appreciated. WATCH THIS FILM if you have nothing better to do for an hour, and need to laugh at something amazingly mind-bogglingly amazing.