Young Einstein

Young Einstein

Albert Einstein is the son of a Tasmanian apple farmer, who discovers the secret of splitting the beer atom to put the bubbles back into beer. When Albert travels to Sydney to patent his invention he meets beatuiful French scientist Marie Curie, as well as several unscrupulous types who try to take advantage of the naive genius and his invention.

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Young Einstein torrent reviews

Cody M (gb) wrote: The offbeat humour makes this charming adventure a delight.

dave j (fr) wrote: typical TG , but no james,

TJ H (au) wrote: An "Apatow" without the usual cast.

Gopinath R (ru) wrote: Its a small story woven into a big balloon. It shows the wrath of an individual who wants the world to stand against bad doers and correct things buts end up being at the wrong side from the eyes of his family. The climax is something worth mentioning thanks to the twist at the end but its a big film, literally. Some scenes and almost all songs should have been avoided to make it more appealing.

Ashna K (ca) wrote: the songs in this movie is just the best ever. i love this movie.

bill s (gb) wrote: Some parts mildly entertaining while equal parts boringly painfull.

Terri V (au) wrote: Awesome!! And got to drool over Fairuza Balk too, hehe

Stuart M (jp) wrote: Boring and not very well done noir thriller with a gorgeous production design. A film like this really relies heavily on its characters, most particularly its lead, and this film forgot to include them. Everyone's motives are murky but it never feels like much of a mystery. A big part of this is the miscasting of John Cusack as the lead. I mean I like the guy, but he just isn't right for the role. A role like this requires a certain amount of gleeful duplicity, and Cusack just seems too much a straight shooter to be believable as such a crooked character. He does have a suitable air of detachment about him but it tends to make him seem unconnected to the plot rather than secretive. He also never feels in danger due to ridiculously lethal combat skills for a spy. He kills three separate Japanese soldiers on two separate occasions while they're carefully watching him with guns aimed. Both times with no consequences. The first time doesn't even make sense since it added nothing to the plot. In the end I didn't care about him or his story.Most of the other cast was good. Ken Watanabe was good as ever as the dangerous Japanese agent and Chow Yun-Fat as a triad gangster gives a decent performance that features perhaps too much charm and not enough threat. Aside from that there's very little to recommend about this film. The script is weak and the big reveal relies too much on an event that might shock the characters but is known by everyone watching the film. A better lead might have pulled it off, but as it is it's just a disappointment.

Jordan F (mx) wrote: Well, not a great movie it does still have its share of funny moments.

Laura C (kr) wrote: one of my favorites as a kid. i hope i can find it so i can watch it again.

Doug R (fr) wrote: I remember this as a kid. I liked it alot

Will H (ca) wrote: joanna showed a bit of skin to save this zzz movie with crap background music :P

J B (au) wrote: Ehh. Doris Day's character got on my nerves. Pillow Talk was way better.

Larissa P (nl) wrote: Great to see an early Hopper, this cover reminds me so much of Jean Cocteau's Orphe, but it ends up being more of a noir thriller than anything supernatural.

Luke P (mx) wrote: You do see a lot of Frogs in this, but having it named Frogs is pointless. The people are not killed by the frogs, they killed by snakes, alligators and spiders. This should just be named Nature and not Frogs. Hilariously bad.