The Package

The Package

Experienced Green Beret sergeant Johnny Gallagher is escorting a prisoner, Airborne Ranger Thomas Boyette, back to the US, but Boyette escapes and Gallagher must risk life and limb to catch him.

Army Sgt. Johnny Gallagher (Gene Hackman)'s new job is to shepherd detainee Thomas Boyette (Tommy Lee Jones) from Europe to the U.S. But Boyette escapes and Gallagher must risk life and limb to catch him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Package torrent reviews

Rajasimha K (jp) wrote: 2 States... I am actually in 2 states of mind. On one hand, being a big fan of the book, I felt that the movie is very true to the source and is one of the better adaptations of Chetan Bhagat's books. But on the other, its not a different Bollywood masala movie and in fact, a very mediocre one by Bollywood standards. The key ingredient in the book was that it was a very casual anecdotal book with a touch of bollywood style. But when u make it a movie, the charm is lost.+ve points:-Good acting (I actually liked the father son thread better than the romantic scenes)-Excellent songs and good placement of songs-Alia Bhat!! She is fast becoming the new Kareena-The marriage scenes at the end-ve points:-Too long-Repeated stereotype jokes-Underdeveloped Hero's roleMy rating:Story - 0.25 - typical bollywood love storyScreenplay - 0.5 too much identical to the book and hence lacking any wow factorActing - 1 Excellent acting from everyone (Alia Bhat and Ronit Roy stand out)Other departments - 0.5 (Good music and good production values)Overall Package - 0.5 (Good but not good enough)Total - 2.75/5

Mitch T (ru) wrote: Years after making his brilliant sci-fi masterpiece Primer, Shane Carruth makes a mess of a film, which has an extremely thin plot, little to no characterization, and a painful dose of style over substance. A pretentious film, Upstream Color only succeeds in having cool visuals; everything else is bad.

Richard G (ca) wrote: Somewhat entertaining!

Glenn D (kr) wrote: it's a ridiculous plot but the movie overloaded with nice action is never borring, certainly not with the sexy leading rols... a movie for the male world

Paul D (jp) wrote: No matter how many times I see this movie, it always creeps me out a bit. I think Robin Williams is amazing in this movie. Certainly not for everyone, but I really like it.

Ollies S (es) wrote: I liked this movie....

Jeffrey C (kr) wrote: Pretty good. A nice lesson on how prejudice can really turn against you.

Scott R (de) wrote: Wanted to enjoy it, but I kept thinking how contrived it was and how it felt like a mediocre sleuth. Good acting despite the plot.

Constantin R (au) wrote: The multiple forms of narration guide us through each character. The most profound moment i think it is when the priest saw the ants eating the dead snake. The survival instinct is the main theme and the human stereotypes are seen in the 5 characters lost in the jungle. Only the innocent and the true fighter survive. . It's full of social commentary, it has touches of surrealism and the shooting style is 100% Bunuel signature.

Junaid A (ag) wrote: Old is really gold, much better than many new movies

Matthew T (ag) wrote: A mash of I robot and Ex Machina and other Dystopian films not nearly as good as the aforementioned. If you want a Dystopian film watch a different one.

Brandon W (es) wrote: It's actually really interesting that M. Night Shylamian wanted to do a superhero movie, but not based on any comic book, that's barely been done before and I actually want to see more of that kind of movie genre, even though that's not going to happen as the filmmakers have to be very creative and think about something new. As is, Unbreakable is a great movie that puts a new twist on the superhero genre. Bruce Willis is great in this, and so is Samuel L. Jackson. It goes through family issues fairly well, and the power Bruce Willis's character has is pretty cool, even if it's a tad similar to The Dead Zone. The script is really good, and when Jackson's character talks deep about comic books in general, it's really interesting to listen to. The soundtrack is catchy, and the film is very investing to know how Bruce Willis survived the train crash. The twist ending in it is decent and is a lot better than Shylamian's other films, but I felt like it wasn't needed. As is, Unbreakable is an enjoyable film that shows that M. Night Shylamian made another good movie that's not The Sixth Sense.