The Black Balloon

The Black Balloon

Thomas is turning 16. His dad's in the army and they've just moved to a town in New South Wales; his mom is pregnant; his older brother, Charlie, who's autistic, has his own adolescent sexual issues. Thomas finds Charlie an embarrassment in public, so when Thomas is attracted to Jackie, a girl in his swim class, Charlie presents any number of obstacles when she drops by their house, when the three of them go for a walk, and during a family birthday dinner. Can Thomas find a way to enter the world of teen romance and still be his brother's keeper, or is Charlie's disability going to prove more than Thomas can handle?

All fifteen-year-old Thomas Mollison wants is a normal adolescence. And when his pregnant mother has to put in him in charge of his autistic older brother Charlie, Thomas faces his biggest challenge yet. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Black Balloon torrent reviews

Paul D (es) wrote: A very good documentary about the true toll of the War on Drugs in America! It really gives an honest & old-school journalistic approach to the subject. It's not always easy to follow, but it is a very good idea to watch this film.

Nathan W (nl) wrote: Over the top, laughable acting and poor production but it was meant that way, and that's what I liked about it.

Dave J (jp) wrote: Monday, February 6, 2012 (2008) Conjurer HORROR Wife and husband whose just loss a baby decide to seek for a new life by moving to a new house set up by his brother-in-law played by John Schneider of Dukes Of Hazzard fame. He then start to see and hear things regarding the old cabin nearby his house which is supposed to be inhabitat by an old witch whose somehow reincarnated into a black crow and the protagonist obsessively seeks for answers about it's the house's true history. The twist is okay but with one too many. And although the scene where the wife puts on a lost ring (suspected to have belonged to the witch) without saying anything about it and just puts it on is nonsense and does not reflect what most people would do upon finding something that does not belong to them is nonsense. It is on that scene and the very last shot killed the entire movie. 2 out of 4

David S (ru) wrote: "My Man!" Yeah, too bad he did a borefest like this, though. When Frank Lucas (Denzel Washington) killed his competitors, interest would spike. They were actually good scenes. But that wasn't often enough. American Gangster was quite the letdown. And made worse with that comical conclusion when he gets out of prison to see what the gang life has turned into. Crowe was just some slob, murmuring and half-assing his way about. None of the actors' best roles, that's for sure. This one's a stinker.

Scott D (mx) wrote: what will your children say about you. looks great, a film to consider your own political position during the rise in the far right

Gopal H (us) wrote: This movie was hilarious and the pairing of lead actors couldn't have been better. Givings pulls off his usual comedic style, but it is Sanjay Dutt who surprises the audience here with his great comedic timing. They have such a great chemistry together and make you enjoy the movie that much more. The supporting actors did well in their parts and the music was pretty good. All in all I'd recommend Bollywood fans to watch it, it sure to give you a good laugh and an enjoyable movie night.

Michael S (jp) wrote: Hits the trifecta of bad writing, directing, and acting. Especially writing. Laurence Fishburne is actually decent. The rest of the film is pure crap.

Andrew T (mx) wrote: Fantastic. Hilarious, action-packed ghost/vampire/zombie comedy. Best viewed in the English dubbed version for prime hilarity. Plus - possibly the least threatening vampires in film history.

Jay B (ru) wrote: Another fascinating chapter in the Dirty Harry saga. Sure, the gun fights feel tame compared to some of the films today, but these movies just ooze testosterone. So much fun.

Elijah B (us) wrote: A side of WW2 rarely seen in movies. It's a tough, powerful film that will shake you up.

Jeremy C (jp) wrote: love this old disney movie... gets me every time!