Tuck Everlasting

Tuck Everlasting

Natalie Babbitt's award winning book for children comes to the screen in a lavish adaptation from Walt Disney Pictures. Winnie Foster (Alexis Bledel) is a girl in her early teens growing up in the small rural town of Winesap in 1914. Winnie's parents (Victor Garber and Amy Irving) are loving but overprotective, and Winnie longs for a life of greater freedom and adventure.

Tuck Everlasting tells the story of a 15-year-old girl named Winnie and a family whom she meets, the Tucks. Winnie meets and falls in love with a member of the Tucks who she discovers have a spring that grants eternal life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tuck Everlasting torrent reviews

Anthony T (ag) wrote: It's a few one liners short of a cult classic. Worth watching for the B-movie fans. Could have been a lot better

Brady R (jp) wrote: This is one of those movies that would have been featured on "Mystery Science Theater 3000"

Neil B (au) wrote: People actually made this...................

Douglas L (de) wrote: Martyrs is a ruthless sadistic film about the mental stability and balance one may acquire from long lasting tortures. The film is intense and is actually executed with a lot of technical skill. It looks good and is edited well. The pacing is also well thought out and structured nicely.The picture is vicious and demands very little thought. Violation of the viewer should not go without a point. The film makes an attempt at reaching some level of intrigue from a particular idea, however it is not presented in a way that justifies the violence as it intended.

Alexander C (ru) wrote: pussycats........please laughable.........

Nick O (es) wrote: "Suckers" is a funny, and appealing. every minute of this movie was funny, and interesting. the problem with this movie is i dont really feel much for the characters. overall "Suckers" is one funny movie.

Bryan K (gb) wrote: Awesome classic funny movie. Gene Wilder at his best!!!!!

Sean C (jp) wrote: I always like the underlying tension or fraying sanity of the characters in Tennessee Williams' plays. I have liked the other adaptations or his plays more, but this one still has something to it.

Will M (ca) wrote: Surreal, unsettling sequences of blackface humor and misogynistic violence detract from this movie's sympathetic tug. They also capture the serious hate behind the film's veneer of cynicism. A fire-breathing, Juvenalian (but never juvenile) satire of American arrogance and stupidity.

Ken R (nl) wrote: More improvement! The story still isn't very good, but it exists and exists around the Brothers rather than shoehorning them into another script. The songs fit this time, particularly the return of the Groucho introduction song that Animal Crackers had introduced. "I'm Against it" rules, and is everything this kind of song needs to be. And the other running tune, "Everyone Says I Love You", is elevated from a typical romantic number by having each of the Brothers offer their own take.Unfortunately, around five minutes of the movie are lost bringing the running time down to a mere 68 minutes. Five minutes of jokes. It's depressing just to think about five minutes of prime Marx Brothers jokes lost to the ravages of time. And I felt the absence of that footage even before I knew about it by a few rushed scenes and blatant jump edits and dropped frames towards the end that really hurts the flow.But the 68 minutes we do have rule, featuring many classic routines. Recommended, but see the next few first. The golden age is about to start.

Richard H (es) wrote: very similar to 1963s charade , gregory peck plays a believable part that he brings a warmth to most of his film roles. peck and loren are two of a dying breed of film stars that sadly are lacking in style and substance today

Tyler S (us) wrote: Matt Damon can do comedy. Not a bad little film here. An interesting premise as two brothers are literally stuck together. They travel to Los Angeles in search of an acting career and get involved in some pretty funny situations. Nice cameos from Cher and Meryl Streep.

Tiberio S (de) wrote: A solid filmmaking effort by Robert Redford, boldly daring to go where no one has gone before, and where most will steer clear from. Empathizing with Confederate-sympathizers is a no-no in Hollywood as they are typically treated as inhuman and dimensionless. But this treads a whole new body of water that nobody in Hollywood has dared to set their sights on. Leave it to the independent spirit of Robert Redford.Superb photography by Newton Thomas Sigel. Avy Kaufman assembles a flawless cast