The Sum of Us

The Sum of Us

"The Sum of Us" is an Aussie story about a father and a son both searching for love and sharing an unconventional bond. Harry, the father, is the caring and open-minded "mate" that borders on annoyance. His son Jeff unsuccessfully searches for love, with the unwanted guidance of his father.

Harry (Jack Thompson), a middle-aged father who suffered through the death of his wife, is ready to get back into dating. But he also has to deal with a complex issue: his son, who is in his 20s and gay, is searching for "Mr. Right." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Sum of Us torrent reviews

Dov D (ag) wrote: Disney's critically acclaimed short film Get A Horse gained much of it's popularity because it was screened before Frozen. Because of that, everyone assumed this film should've won best animated short film at the Academy Awards solely because it was the only one they've seen; but in reality, Get A Horse is weak at best. Yes, it was creative for Disney to use stock footage combined with present day animation to juxtapose how far technology's come, but this short was pointless other than that. Bottom line, I personally don't think it's worth your time unless you're a die hard Disney fan.

Charlene M (es) wrote: Amazing concert footage of BSS and city of Toronto. However, storyline was poor.

Najd G (ru) wrote: Timothy Olyphant plays the villain fantastically.

Matt F (kr) wrote: Great cast in this quirky spoof of daytime soaps.

Stphane B (it) wrote: Assez bon comme film. On dpeint ce criminel comme un hero! peu trop gentil envers ce criminel. Ce n'est pas un Hero

Joshua E (ag) wrote: In all respects this is an absolutely terrible film. I love it anyway, there will always be a special place in my heart for the black freedom fighting nazi

Jesse K (gb) wrote: Everything about it is awful and that's why Basket Case is so much fun.

Greg W (mx) wrote: Leaves you high for at least a half hour after viewing.

Allan N (de) wrote: It's hard to rate a 70 year old film. Of course all the technical stuff isn't up to date comparing to now, but I can see that they were pretty inventive at the time. Acting and screenwriting also was something else at the time. I did enjoy Otto Kruger (playing Charles Tobin) and the old guy Mr. Martin in the cabin, a lot. It's clearly a propaganda film, about the Americans courage and justice during WWII though. Some themes were funny enough fits quite well, in our current world situation. Well this was my first Hitchcock film (apart from watching The Birds a long time ago), now we just have thirteen left in the Hitchcock Blu-Ray Masterpiece Collection giftset.

Chris R (gb) wrote: A movie about a guy watching other people press buttons can only be so interesting. Fortunately, Writer/Director Michael Almereyda, makes it as engaging as possible, even if some of the means aren't that successful. If you have any modicum of interest in experimental psychology and what it can tell us about human nature, this biopic is a thoughtful experience, others, however, might find the short 98 minute runtime to be a bit too long.The titular experimenter is Stanley Milgram (Peter Sarsgaard). He is best known for the obedience experiment where he found that people would administer painful electric shocks to another person just because a somewhat authoritative figure told them to. He did this experiment and other obedience and groupthink experiments as a response to WWII and the Holocaust. If you didn't know all this before going into the film, you'll definitely know it afterwards, because it does get very repetitive.The film is a chronical of Stanley's professional life. However, his life is not all that interesting. Sure, there are ups and downs and he becomes a controversial figure, but there never seems to be any tension or drama. Stanley's wife, Sasha (Winona Ryder) is written in to the script, in an attempt to create something more compelling from a dramatic standpoint, but even that is not all that engaging.What is commendable is the presentation of the film. The set design is as artificial looking as Stanley's own experiments. Stanley constantly narrates events as if dictating a research paper, looking directly into the camera. Peter Sarsgaard fit perfectly in this role - his voice is sterile and all-business, yet is gentle and contains enough emotion to not be robotic. There are several experiments discussed in closer detail in the film, including original footage. Coupled with some subtle humor here and there, it makes it so the film doesn't become boring.Experimenter is as close to a documentary you can get, without actually being one. The biopic does its subject justice, though it is unfortunate that the subject's life was not all that interesting. Therefore the film resorts to repetitive mantras and unnecessary plot filler.