Anger Management

Anger Management

After a small misunderstanding aboard an airplane escalates out of control, timid businessman Dave Buznik is ordered by the court to undergo anger management therapy at the hands of specialist Dr. Buddy Rydell. But when Buddy steps up his aggressive treatment by moving in, Dave goes from mild to wild as the unorthodox treatment wreaks havoc with his life.

Dave Buznik is usually a mild-mannered nonconfrontational guy, but after an altercation aboard an airplane, he is wrongly sentenced to an anger-management program, where he meets an aggressive instructor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Anger Management torrent reviews

Juha S (us) wrote: Not as bad as you might think. The script is nonexistent but the good make up and excitement of the good zombie flicks is there :-)

Eyal D (au) wrote: Diverse women with loads of emotional baggage, converging in Tel Aviv sets the dark but hopeful tone of this artsy Israeli film. Each woman hungers to be noticed, virtues recognized but each one weighs herself down with fear. The film may be seemingly slight but has a Fine Arts student feel, rich with poetic visual flair despite its low budget.

Matt C (kr) wrote: Bit of a stupid title (which even Dawkins admits to) and really the whole thing feels a bit 'God Delusion'-lite. There's none of the humour of the book and in replacement of it's studied arguments and compelling evidence we just have several religious fanatics wheeled out. All of these weirdos you kind of feel represent noone of any sane thought process let alone belief system. Not a patch on Bill Maher's excellent 'Religulous'.

Zsolt K (mx) wrote: Kemny vilgot fest fel az Oroszokrl. ?rlk, hogy nyugatabbra feksznk.

Lysander E (ag) wrote: This is a very suprising film, recommended for anyone searching for a superhero film with a suprising degree of deep emotions at its core.

James O (ru) wrote: Call this movie garbage, say it's awful in every way, but for me, Exterminator 2 tops the first one with a vengeance. Whereas the first was a gritty, ultra-violent revenge thriller, Exterminator 2 plays as a fun, campy action film. Not surprisingly, it was released by the Canon Group, who were notorious for releasing several of the campy action films (most featuring Chuck Norris). Johnny Eastland uses his flamethrower more often (which is awesome) and in a moment of true B-movie greatness, he converts a garbage truck into a war machine, complete with machine guns that popped out of the sides. The characters are more likeable this time, even though the villains (the leader played by Mario Van Peebles) aren't as despicable as the ones in the original. In the first, Johnny just went around killing random scumbags. Here, he's going after an organized crime ring intent on taking over the streets of the Big Apple. I don't know about anyone else, but I found Peebles' hair style quite distracting. There's actually a climatic battle between X (Peebles) and Johnny that I found entertaining. Yes, the editing was pretty choppy at times, but what I found to be a great part of Exterminator 2 was the score. Yes, it's your standard action theme, but why try to change perfection? So set aside all pre-connotations (even if you didn't like the first) and look at Exterminator 2 for what it is.

Nickolas I (ag) wrote: I've never seen 12 Monkeys, so I don't know how the remake compares to the original. However, the original is quite an intriguing tale told as quite an intriguing experiment. While most cinema is made to capture the power of the moving image, La Jete attempts (and succeeds) to capture the power of the image.

CJ C (it) wrote: A classic Michael Caine/Shirley MacLaine caper. Unfortunately, the comedy aspect ruins the heist suspense.