Maverick old-guard coach Jimmy McGinty is hired in the wake of a players' strike to help the Washington Sentinels advance to the playoffs. But that impossible dream hinges on whether his replacements can hunker down and do the job. So, McGinty dusts off his secret dossier of ex-players who never got a chance (or screwed up the one they were given) and knits together a bad-dream team of guys who just may give the Sentinels their title shot.
Nearly important competition, Sentinels’s main players strikes to demand soon. Jimmy McGinty, a trainer of this team takes a task that quickly assemble a replace team. A team includes a amateur football. Would they can win. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Replacements torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Should not have been made.
(gb) wrote: Im going to have to go with the critics on this one. De vrais mensonges is not very good, really, its not very good at all.The story is a showboat for wonderful little Amelie or Audrey Tautou. In this she's called Emilie - how confusing! or delightful if you were the films producers perhaps. The delightfully wonderful Amelie who isnt a cunt at all - no no no she is not she is only doing the stupid contrived things because she's a lovely loving person who only does the stupid bullshit things like fire people because they make her feel stupid, because ... actually scratch that. This woman is a bitch, the bloke would have been much better off with the mum in my opinion.And thats the film in a nutshell. Her character is awful and treats the guy like a piece of shit throughout and yet we are supposed to believe he still loves her at the end? Bollocks.
(kr) wrote: People are mean, and dogs are better. The end.
(kr) wrote: crazy idea for movieReally good thou for a horror/torcher
(it) wrote: it flat out just sucks\
(ca) wrote: I was very pleasantly surprised by this movie. It's a wonderful character piece. Great use of tunes; excellent cast and directing.
(ag) wrote: had to turn it off half way through, my eyes and ears still hurt
(nl) wrote: They can take that new show and file it somewhere where the sun don't shine!
(br) wrote: Either this film about a mystery man who moves in and, Rasputin-style, takes over the lives of a couple is too deep for me or just incredibly inane and pointless. Either way, I want my 90 minutes back. Alan Bates as the man is telling his story in flashback to Tim Curry (who had absolutely no reason to be here except as a sounding board for Bates) during a cricket match in a mental hospital. Looking back now, this makes me wonder whether any of this actually happened, or if it's in the mind of Bates, seeing as he's a patient in the hosptial. Anyway, the title refers to the "Terror Shout" -- a scream that Bates learned during 18 years living in the Australian Outback. This "Shout" can -- and does -- kill any creature that hears it. Why an entire film was based on something that only appears once in the film is beyond me. The only good thing about the film was a VERY young, very thin Jim Broadbent. He plays one of the mental patients who gets caught in the rain during the match and proceeds to strip off all his clothes down to his undies and yell and rub mud all over himself. He must have anticipated the response of the audience to this film. Not "fun" bad. Just bad.
(fr) wrote: A touching film. Sentimental at times, but the fact that it was written and directed by Carl Reiner and starred Dick Van Dyke (both of whom have a deep affection for the subject of the film) makes it worth seeing.
(au) wrote: Wonderfully entertaining old B-western about Robert Ford, an outlaw who shot his best friend Jesse James in the back in exchange for amnesty, and how the murder haunted him for the rest of his life. Hokey at times but solidly crafted, and remarkably engaging. A good mix of psychological drama and western gunslinging - raising it above your typical throwaway B-movie.