Antwone Fisher

Antwone Fisher

A sailor prone to violent outbursts is sent to a naval psychiatrist for help. Refusing at first to open up, the young man eventually breaks down and reveals a horrific childhood. Through the guidance of his doctor, he confronts his painful past and begins a quest to find the family he never knew.

Antwone Fisher is an autobiographical drama written by the real-life Antwone Fisher, a temperamental young man with a violent history who is serving in the U.S. Navy. He is forced to see a psychiatrist after getting into a fight with a fellow sailor. During the course of treatment a painful past is revealed and a new hope begins. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Antwone Fisher torrent reviews

Sandrine A (gb) wrote: Enjoyed it, great stunts as usual; good storyline; entertaining

Bethany M (ca) wrote: Kristofferson is still alive?

Guilherme N (br) wrote: Incredible actress Ellen Page, it would seem just sadism (but it isn't, or else it would get no star)

Tiffany Y (jp) wrote: "The Greatest Game Ever Played" was a much better golf movie than this one. I recommend Shia LaBeouf over Jim Caviezel and this boring movie with unlikable characters.

Maya H (de) wrote: This is a super fun film; poignant, very funny, very comfortable with concepts of sex and religion. I'm not saying it's without holes, but it's pretty easy to overlook them. I think it's beautifully composed and very well paced, too. It includes beautiful women, attractive men in flightsuits, planes, Japanese people and nuns. Oh, and a dairy truck. What more could you ask for?

Lee B (br) wrote: This movie accepts what it is, a lot of flash for a pedantic asian hitman movie. So it gives it a lot of flash. The attempt at the emotional story isn?t that engaging but the personalities of the Andy Lau character and the cop writing the story work well. It kept me interested in the interaction with others in the story. The mask concept was funny and while some of it begs you to not think about it (how did the items in the boxes not blow up before they noticed what was inside if they were already spraying bullets everywhere) and just enjoy it. After all, the character himself acknowledges that it all seems like a movie plot, so he names drops some. So was it El Mariachi or Desperado he was talking about?

Troy K (ca) wrote: 2.5/5 I am not sure what it was all supposed to mean, but it was interesting.

John B (ag) wrote: Good family movie and nice heart warming story about the adventures of these 3 animals

I dont know w (fr) wrote: People often say this is the worst of a series of mindless entertainment.

Harry W (it) wrote: One of the first sketch comedy films I had ever seen, Amazon Women on the Moon got my attention due to its zany title.Unfortunately, it is clear that Amazon Women on the Moon is a very dated film with comedy sketches that no longer have the same impact today that they did back in 1987. The gags may have the appeal of being 80's sketches, but they are generic versions of them.While Amazon Women on the Moon takes viewers back to the 1980's and gives them nostalgia to what kind of humour was popular in the time, it is another example of a film that has not survived the battle of age all that well. It is a common occurrence with sketch comedy anthology films because the standard of humour has changed since 1987. While some of the humour is still effective for its originality, others are just slow and repetitive. For one thing, the titular film within a film entitled Amazon Women on the Moon isn't as humourously satirical as it really should have been. For a film which capitalises on the presence of B-movie stars Sybil Danning and Lana Clarkson as well as adult film actress Monique Gabrielle, Amazon Women on the Moon doesn't use enough nudity to a humourous extent. And when you consider the fact that the title of the film is Amazon Women on the Moon, you'd expect there to be more nudity like there was in the cheesy low-budget 1980's movies that had titles and concepts like these. Instead, Amazon Women on the Moon decides to parody 1950's science fiction movies without even doing it with jokes that haven't been seen too many times before. In general the quality of the humour in Amazon Women on the Moon is very inconsistent and viewers may find themselves laughing at one sketch and then cringing at the next.In my experience, the only really funny moments in Amazon Women on the Moon were the sketches featuring Arsenio Hall and Marc McClure because Arsenio Hall's physical humour was ok and Marc McClure's sketch wasn't restrained in its humour at all. You can tell from Marc McClure's sketch that Amazon Women on the Moon intended to be an edgy comedy, but its humour ends up being too subtle and fails to take advantage of its potential which means that it is too subtle in its execution to soar. One of the problems in Amazon Women on the Moon is that it doesn't know what makes a sketch comedy good. Usually on a show like Saturday Night Live, the humour is consistent because the performers are aware that viewers are watching and intend to make them laugh, but none of the actors in Amazon Women on the Moon seem to be aware that viewers watching are hoping to burst out laughing at any second. That seems to be the true problem in Amazon Women on the Moon, because the 5 directors of the film seem to lack the awareness of viewers or any communication between the which means that the quality of the execution ends up seriously scattered and lacklustre.Amazon Women on the Moon has subject matter which is funnier than the film itself which means that its surface value is actually funnier than the film, so the problems with Amazon Women on the Moon can be blamed on the poor execution of the attempted humour. Although people who grew up in the 1980's may enjoy a look back, the style of contemporary humour sets a significantly higher bar than Amazon Women on the Moon is actually able to reach which means that it no longer has much relevance today.It seems like the cast of the film are having fun, but the directors of the film take the project too seriously because the sketches in Amazon Women on the Moon have a dramatic edge to them which seems to overshadow the comic potential. Instead of genuinely taking on the opportunity as a moment to have fun or go out and try something new, it seems almost as if the film was a chore for the filmmakers. The material is old and dull, and it's all been seen before. So watching multiple renditions of the same few jokes again and again at a slow pace over the course of a running time of 85 minutes which feels a lot longer than it actually is does not qualify as a good viewing experience in my book and therefore makes Amazon Women on the Moon a hard film for me to genuinely recommend.So despite a few laughs and some potential, Amazon Women on the Moon has humour that is too tame and is funnier on the surface than it actually is in execution.

rodriifurter (fr) wrote: An 'Ed Wood' film unlike anything he ever did. It's a gangster flick with some plot to it. The ending I guess was meant to be shocking, but it only came unrealistic and predictable (just like an Ed Wood film).

jay n (it) wrote: Twisty cat and mouse drama with excellent performances by the three impossibly beautiful leads. An evocative music score and sure handed direction by Clement in addition to the stars make this rather obscure film a nice surprise for fans of psychological thrillers. Look quick in the first scenes that's George Gaynes, from the Police Academy series and Punky Brewster, as the wronged husband.

Bin K (ag) wrote: Felliny and bergman and godard talk about women before, even almodvar, every one with his vision, but what about this early antonioni movie?, I think it's very important to understand antonioni cinema to see this one . I regommend it strongly as a start with antonioni.

Daryl K (mx) wrote: As an ex-gangster trying to go straight in the newspaper biz, Cagney delivers another bold performance -- which is the main recommendation for 'Picture Snatcher'. Aside from its tabloid journalism hook, this is a pretty paint-by-numbers crime pic.

Drell D (gb) wrote: Classic cop flick from the 80's

Guillaume H (ag) wrote: Masterfully shot and edited but again, why do these american characters have to be so stupid, it drives a very good story in baffling directions that are just irritating. Its like they delight in taking themselve seriously while looking like clowns. Still, excellent action, tension and style.