A Brilliant Young Mind

A Brilliant Young Mind

A socially awkward teenage math prodigy finds new confidence and new friendships when he lands a spot on the British squad at the International Mathematics Olympiad.

In a world difficult to comprehend, Nathan struggles to connect with those around him - most of all his loving mother - but finds comfort in numbers. When Nathan is taken under the wing of unconventional and anarchic teacher, Mr. Humphreys, the pair forge an unusual friendship and Nathan's talents win him a place on the UK team at the International Mathematics Olympiad. From suburban England to bustling Taipei and back again, Nathan builds complex relationships as he is confronted by the irrational nature of love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Brilliant Young Mind torrent reviews

Javier E (kr) wrote: BASURA. Una de las peores peliculas del 2014. Rich (Cam Gigandet) se despierta sin su pene (despues de haber abusado de el por muchos anos), recibe una llamada de su pene desde la calle en donde amanecio. El pene empieza a tener nuevas experiencias (nunca habia tenido cuerpo) y le hace la vida imposible a Rich, quien obviamente conoce a alguien con quien todo sale bien, pero pues NO TIENE PENE, entonces continua esta historia... Gracias a Dios dura menos de hora y media. (Texto intencionalmente sin acentos).

William M (fr) wrote: English entertaining heist/robbery style movie. This had an excellent flow and strong character development where you found yourself interested in the characters lives. This means the director and writer did right in this movie. The acting was natural and smooth made you believe they were legit. This was not fast paced or super special in any way it was enjoyable and entertaining. foul language is the only thing that makes it rated R other than that older teens may enjoy a well made Brit movie

Michelle C (us) wrote: How can I categorize this movie? Drama? Thriller? Suspense? Whatever ... The story may be a bit confused to audiences but the movie tells a story about a story teller telling a story and gets into the story ... Acting of Lau Ching Wan is stable as always, but Kelly Lin & Mia Yam surprise me. Like Melody in the movie, I long for the family reunion in another world ...

Kota A (kr) wrote: ?,??,,(TM)? 1/4??'? (C)?,,?,

Mary S (au) wrote: Watch to the end and look for the deeper meaning. A brilliant film despite some of the poor reviews.

James Andy P (kr) wrote: Not that I expected this movie to be good. However, I have a certain level of suckiness I will accept from a Zombie flick. Trying to mesh a Zombie flick into a Zombie /Chick Flick just did not work on many levels. (besides the obvious that is)

Angie M (it) wrote: The worst woody allen movie ive seen(and im a big fan of his). and i think we can tell why

Griffen S (us) wrote: Better than the first but BAD acting.

Gordon R (kr) wrote: Obnoxious talk show host must stay at the governor's house in this uneven and unfunny comedy.

Private U (fr) wrote: love this so good.

Joe B (de) wrote: The Brokeback Mountian of the early 80's. Robert Towne has written and/or contributed to a great many of classic works of cinema. He writes and directs this piece that is, for a movie about track and field, deadly slow. If you are interested in seeing a movie filled with wall-to-wall bad acting, Mariel Hemmingway's gargantuan caterpillar eyebrows, gratuitious athletic nudity (including one scene with Hemmingway helping a guy pee!)...maybe this film is for you. I will say that the race cinematography is breathtaking (bordering on pornographic) in its depiction of muscle contraction and beads of sweat clinging to a body.

Mary (br) wrote: The movie is a cute one with a small cast of characters. It focuses mostly on Don and Jill, with bits of his mother and a few minor characters. Edward Albert does a good job of portraying a visually impaired individual (my mother has been visually impaired, with a bit of sight, since she was born). The movie seemed short to me for some reason and they could have included more, but overall, rewatching this, I enjoyed it even more.

Anne F (kr) wrote: A battle for leadership of a Scottish battalion after World War II, Alec Guinness and John Mills played the main roles in this very surprising film.

Louise N (gb) wrote: Great Movie from way back and funny as hell.

Eric C (ca) wrote: Intense, mouvant, troublant

Adam I (br) wrote: True comedy, wit and humor without stooping to the use of foul language and crass jokes. Double talk and tongue and cheek was more than enough to get the point across without having to go blue.

Esteban Maximiliano C (fr) wrote: lovely music and a charming story.

Mickey M (kr) wrote: Centuries ago, the African prince "Mamuwalde" (William Marshall) was bitten by the king of the vampires "Dracula" (Charles Macaulay, who is seen in flashback footage from the first movie). Now, thanks to a voodoo spell, the African vampire returns to 1970's Los Angeles to claim more victims and slaves who are doomed to serve him for eternity. "Blacula," a bigoted name given to him by "Dracula" in the first movie in this short series of blaxploitation movies, comes across a Voodoo princess (Pam Grier), whom he believes can free him from his curse by performing a Voodoo ceremony. However, the Voodoo princess, who is named "Lisa," is dating an African art dealer and ex-cop (Don Mitchell) who quickly realizes that the mysterious man with a very memorable voice is, in fact, a member of the undead. He tries to convince a local police investigator "Dunlop" (Michael Conrad) that "Lisa" was not the one who murdered a party-goer at a party he was hosting at his home, but it was a vampire. It takes a few more victims with the same two marks on their necks before "Dunlop" believes that the bodies that are piling up are victims of a vampire. There are some unique visuals in this movie when it comes to the unique makeup for the vampires. The undead in this movie are the only ones I know of depicted in a movie which gains hair on their face and hair before they attack their victims. Also, for some reason, the vampire's faces are the only parts that turn gray. There is also little blood in this movie. However, that may have been because of when the movie was released. The performances from the cast is quite good. However, Marshall's talent is the least used in this film. Although his performance is memorable, he isn't in the film that much despite being the title character. There are some plot holes in this movie, but they don't take away from the story too bad. Despite the plot holes, and the overuse of dated slang, Scream, Blacula, Scream might be a good addition to your video/DVD library or a pretty good first-choice rental.

Catherine L (nl) wrote: The movie offers an interesting and refreshing take on a popular genre that rarely goes beyond the norm.