The Damned United

The Damned United

Taking over Leeds United, Brian Clough's abrasive approach and his clear dislike of the players' dirty style of play make it certain there is going to be friction. Glimpses of his earlier career help explain both his hostility to previous manager Don Revie and how much he is missing right-hand man Peter Taylor

The movie is a look at Brian Clough's 44-day reign as the coach of Leeds United. Previously managed by Clough's bitter rival Don Revie, the Leeds team has just completed its most successful period ever as a football club. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Damned United torrent reviews

Alexander S (kr) wrote: Not as good as Matt Damon's trilogy but still a decent action film. Some might find it a bit boring. Nevertheless Jeremy Renner's job is terrific. He carries the movie by himself all along.

AnneClaire F (de) wrote: Beaucoup de bruit pour rien.

Andy P (ag) wrote: The influence of Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino is obvious, but still it's an interesting look at this young man's get-rich-quick system.

Drake S (us) wrote: A visual feast, and zany story only Robin Williams could pull off. This movie is all about the need to stand up and fight for freedom if you want it. Kenneth Zevo, kind owner of Zevo Toys, passes away and when his children, Leslie and Alsatia (Williams and Cusack) are caught unprepared for the responsibility of running the company, operations are left to their militant uncle, General Leland Zevo (Michael Gambon,) whom Kenneth had hoped would give his kids a gentle nudge toward adulthood, and learning responsibility, and enable them to eventually run the company. Instead, the General and his son, Patrick (LL Cool J) begin a fascist regime at the plant, complete with black ops in secret labs, and making violent military war toys and remote drones. Leslie is forced to fight for his family and his workers and for control of the company, helping him finally become the man his father always hoped he'd become. The camera work, sets, and design are simply gorgeous, with bright colors filling the screen and bold shapes everywhere, and lots of evocative imagery... and the musical bits, composed and performed by the likes of Thomas Dolby Tori Amos, and Grace Jones, are catchy and rousing. While this movie may be an acquired taste for some, its great combination of eye-catching design, emotional music, and light-hearted approach to a very serious message are a wonderful vehicle for Robin Williams and Joan Cusack's excellent acting, both dramatic and comedic.

Joshua B (au) wrote: Not bad. Very sleek. Nicole Kidman is good. The special effects do not stand the test of time well, nor do the pacing and thrills. Perhaps if I had originally seen this in 1989 it would have seemed fresher.

roger t (nl) wrote: Saw it years ago, definitely recommendable. Need to see it again to rate it accurately.

Roy M (mx) wrote: Omg!! the greatest action movie ever made!! a masterpiece

Carol M (br) wrote: Visually fine but doesn't offer anything new on an overworked theme. And a frankly squirm-worthy love scene in its extreme sappiness. One of those movies I saw in the theater and only made it to the end because we carpooled.

Jim R (mx) wrote: yoooooooooooooooo this movie is great forget what these dipshits are saying!!!!

Onno v (nl) wrote: wel okay, beetje vaag einde

Neil G (kr) wrote: A sequel that is as good as the original is hard to find but this is

Nathan J (jp) wrote: I recommend people watching this movie!

Leena L (gb) wrote: I can only concur with a fellow reviewer: "There are stretches when the film is as dull as porridge". And I have to continue there is hardly any other stretches. It last over 2 hours and one does get weary of the fields and dirt and scenes with nothing happening in them. True enough, the film reflects the soul and sufferings of the girl but by golly, it could have been done in a lot less soul torturing on the audience. And just when you thought it was the final scene.... no... it continued again. And despite all this, it gets marvelous reviews. We just did not get it. We were bored.