An Average Little Man

An Average Little Man

Giovanni Vivaldi is an average middle-aged man with a secure job as a government accountant. He wishes nothing more than to set up his only son Mario, his biggest pride in the world, with the same secure government job before he eventually retires. For this, Giovanni will stop at nothing...

When his only son is killed in an armed robbery, a meek middle-aged man takes justice in his own hands. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


An Average Little Man torrent reviews

Aaron M (de) wrote: A fantastic fear of everything is a bizarre movie. At times it is funny and quirky, you feel there is some clever ideas in the movie somewhere but its just too strange to shine through. It starts pretty strong but deteriorates quickly and the ending is very poor indeed. Simon Pegg is entertaining as ever but has the tendency to star/produce these random movies which often miss there mark. Its a shame cause the premise alone sounded like it could be quite funny but it lost its way somehow.

Rich (jp) wrote: With too little jokes and a plot that's going nowhere, Visioneers gives Galifianakis and others a bad name.

Private U (es) wrote: Como la vida misma, oyesssss

David G (br) wrote: Queen of the Damned is not without ambition, otherwise creative liberties aim to improve the setting but makes it more goofy rather than scary. This is no more than a camp filled, guilty pleasure aimed at the MTV crowd.

Mary M (nl) wrote: Not as good as I was expecting

Don S (gb) wrote: Though it has huge plot holes, to the point I was distracted a bit by some of them, I still ended up liking this action movie. Liotta's not bad and Henriksen is his usual understated self. The costuming is pretty awful - the "Outsiders" looked like cast-offs from the Mad Max movies. Still the movie flowed well and came to a satisfying, if unoriginal, climax. Worth a viewing on a slow night.

Brian C (ag) wrote: Horrible. Not funny and very badly acted.

Tuomas S (nl) wrote: Viimisen plle hiottu mestariteos. Aivan uskomattomia juttuja. Buster Keaton on fyysisen komiikan hullu nero!

Jeff D (ag) wrote: Edward G. Robinson is the only reason to check out this early talkie.

Trina B (jp) wrote: Grade: A-In a Nutshell: Based on a true story, this smart sports movie hits a home run. The heavy-hitting cast includes Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill, Philip Seymour Hoffman (I miss him), Robin Wright, and Chris Pratt.Uplifting theme: "Adapt or die." - Billy Beane (Brad Pitt) "How can you not be romantic about baseball?" - Billy "I'll change the game. I want it to mean something." - Billy Baseball is about people, not statistics. "There is an epic failure going on in the game to understand what is going on." -Peter Brand (Jonah Hill)Things I liked: Director Bennett Miller uses interesting camera angles to help you "see" things differently. He also jumps from the roar of the crowd to complete silence to help you "feel" things differently. Writer Aaron Sorkin is a master at quick-talking deals and clever wit. Some of the dialogues are simply hysterical. Brad Pitt gives a stirring performance, even though most of the time he is snacking on something or chewing gum. You hear the voice of sports announcers Bob Costas and Tim McCarver. Things I didn't like: At times the flashbacks get jumbled up with the present day and break up the flow of the story. I hate it when brilliant, visionary protagonists get away with being jerks. For example, Billy is constantly pushing over desks and throwing chairs in tantrums. If you're not a baseball fan, you might be a little bored at first and not understand some of the references to legends and players. Keep watching.Funny lines: "I'm not going to fire you." - Billy"F-You!" - Grady Fusion (Ken Medlock)"Now I am." - Billy "Who's Fabio?" - John Poloni (Jack McGee) "That sounds like fortune cookie wisdom to me, Billy." - Grady"No, that's just logic." - Billy "I asked you to do 3 evaluations. How many did you do?" - Billy"47. Actually, 51. I don't know why I lied just then." - Peter "Do you want me to speak?" - Peter"Yeah, when I point at you." - Billy "It's not that hard. Tell him, Wash." - Billy"It's incredibly hard." - Ron Washington (Brent Jennings) "Good meeting. Every time we talk, I'm reinvigorated by the love of the game." - Billy, sarcastically to Art Howe (Phillip Seymour Hoffman) "What's your biggest fear?" - David Justice (Stephen Bishop)"A baseball being hit in my general direction." - Scott Hatteberg (Chris Pratt)"No. Seriously." - David"Seriously, that's it." - ScottBilly's advice: "When you get the answer you're looking for, hang up." "You may not look like a winning team, but you are one. So, play like one tonight." "Is losing fun? Then what are you doing having fun?"Tips for parents: 2 F-bombs. Wait, this is PG-13 movie, right? According to the MPAA, PG-13 movies are only allowed 1 F-bomb, unless a vote earns a two-thirds majority saying it's ok to have more. Lame. There's a scene where a baseball player starts to take his pants down and dances on a table, but you don't see anything. It's actually a really safe movie for kids, although they may be a bit bored with all of the talk of statistics and economics of the game.