The Bucket List

The Bucket List

Corporate billionaire Edward Cole and working class mechanic Carter Chambers are worlds apart. At a crossroads in their lives, they share a hospital room and discover they have two things in common: a desire to spend the time they have left doing everything they ever wanted to do and an unrealized need to come to terms with who they are. Together they embark on the road trip of a lifetime, becoming friends along the way and learning to live life to the fullest, with insight and humor.

Two terminally ill men escape from a cancer ward and head off on a road trip with a wish list of to-dos before they die. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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The Bucket List torrent reviews

Frdric H (it) wrote: A good romantic movie about Oliver (Richard Coyle) who writes a weekly column entitled "The Food Guide to Love." He had a traumatized childhood and became a food blogger. Oliver also had tons of bad romantic relationships that always ended when reaching the 6th month until he met the one.

Isaiah H (gb) wrote: One of the smartest films I have ever seen. And Rosamund Pikes performance is one for generations.

Michael K (fr) wrote: Better than the reviewers would have you think. I thought Costner was pretty strong in the lead, a serviceable film if not that remarkable or groundbreaking in terms of it's plot structure of story setup.

Sreekiran M (ca) wrote: bottom line: a regular revenge story with doses of humor, action and punch dialogues with some good acting on screen. Weakly written and poorly narrated.

Joe H (ru) wrote: This movie had a good cast and a horrible plot. It's one of those bizarre movies that uses a looping plot structure to save money. There is a reason this movie never made it to theatres.

Jacki C (de) wrote: I want to see this really bad!

Scott R (ca) wrote: Not too bad, but it was a little contrived with some poor directing and acting in an 80s sort of way. Regardless, it kept me engaged with Murray as the gangster comedian, Thurman as his property and de Niro as the timid cop all struggling to come to terms with each other. My favorite part seemed to be that Thurman always hinted at not loving him, and that gave it some truth. I wouldn't be surprised if she left him the following week. I liked the red headed side kick of de niros, he gave it some nice character.

Leo P (br) wrote: Great high school parody that still makes me laugh.. This is funny!

Ray D (gb) wrote: 'If there is a God, I hope he looks like George Burns.' The worst thing about this movie is that there are no muppets in it, singing duets with John Denver.

Allan C (us) wrote: Caine and Hodges re-teamed after "Get Carter" to make this crime film. However, where "Get Carter" was a tough, mean, tale of revenge, this one goes more for parody of crime films with mixed results. Worth watching though.

Patrick G (ru) wrote: "The Valley of Gwangi" was one of my childhood favorites, thus the nostalgic magic generated by these stop-motion dinosaurs still has an effect on me. The movie does take a while to get started, but once it does, it's just as much fun as you could want it to be.

Barry T (us) wrote: Jesse Eiseberg is becoming a fine actor - this is a good film and nice to see Bartha playing against type

Greg R (gb) wrote: No one considers this as a one of Carpenter's best. I guess one should expect this to be extremely horrifying, but it's a campy horror movie about a murderous car, that means it's practically meant to be silly. I personally find this as one of Carpenter's best films, and probably one of the better Stephen King novel adaptations. I love this film!