The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

Wes Anderson’s incisive quirky comedy build up stars complex characters like in ‘The Royal Tenenbaums’ with Bill Murray on in the leading role. An ocean adventure documentary film maker Zissou is put in all imaginable life situations and a tough life crisis as he attempts to make a new film about capturing the creature that caused him pain.

The movie follows internationally famous oceanographer Steve Zissou and his crew, Team Zissou, as they set sail on an expedition in order to seek revenge on a mythical shark for causing the death of his partner. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou torrent reviews

Cristian T (kr) wrote: Where is the great ROLAND JOFFE from "The Mission" and "The Killing Fields"?.Not in this bad movie, of course.

Cassius J (fr) wrote: This is the first movie I've ever seen, and I still absolutely love it! Great animation, great characters, great songs, great everything!

Faridoon B (de) wrote: I mean, I stuck with it untiil the end, and there was a decent scene on a balloon, but i would not recommend. Boring. Predictable. The ending was a fifty/fifty coin toss. Which means predictable. She was too old to play his childhood love. Don't waste your time, instead just watch Gladiator or Casablanca again.

Knox M (jp) wrote: Gritty and compelling Don Siegel thriller.

JanMichael F (ru) wrote: Admittedly, I'm not generally a fan of older b & w films. However, I recently stumbled upon Room 237on Netflix. That documentary dissection of The Shining prompted me to research Kubrick's other works. I had seen several of his other more well known films but never saw his early work. After learning just how brilliant Kubrick was as a filmmaker, I wanted to see where he had come from. I can certainly see the staples of Kubrick's later Military work even here in his first feature film. Kubrick was really examining the nature of man when twisted by the psychological impact of war with Fear And Desire. Two men basically lose their minds in very different ways, but end up in the same boat; Literally and figuratively. The other two kill A General and his aid played by the same two actors. Now, this may have been out of budgetary necessity, but I can't help but believe this was a form of symbolism. Kubrick may have been saying that the two soldiers were in some way killing themselves at the same time. The violence usually found in Kubrick films was there as well even if it was filtered through 1950's social conservatism. The quality of the production may not have been bad for the time, but by modern standards it wasn't very great. The acting was much the same. This film is definitely worth watching just to study early Kubrick, but anyone watching Fear And Desire should be prepared for a decidedly retro experience.

Jeff Z (au) wrote: If you like Sam Fuller war movies, you'll probably like this one. If you don't like Sam Fuller war movies, you probably won't like this one either. Richard Basehart is the star this time as a corporal who has to command troops to hold a position after all the superior officers and NCO's are killed. Gene Evans is good as Sgt. Rock and Skip Homeier provides some comic relief. James Dean is supposed to be in this somewhere but I never spotted him.

Steven M (gb) wrote: At times resoundingly beautiful, but in conclusion feels more like a didactic, simple tale of a family finding themselves when they weren't lost in the first place.

Farah R (nl) wrote: These parodies are simply never good. And yet, they keep getting made. Fans of the original movies can enjoy the satire but in the end, Superfast is one of these stupid movies.