Barton Fink

Barton Fink

A renowned New York playwright is enticed to California to write for the movies and discovers the hellish truth of Hollywood.

In 1941, New York intellectual playwright Barton Fink comes to Hollywood to write a Wallace Beery wrestling picture and finds himself with writer';;;;;s block when required to do a B-movie wrestling script, the only relief coming from a traveling salesman living next door. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Barton Fink torrent reviews

film w (gb) wrote: Interesting. The stand-up is very bad. I guess that's kind of the point, but it's so bad that it's strange when she patronizes her mother about making a jokeI enjoyed it overall even the second time watching. It's kind of real

Khaled M (es) wrote: Not sure if this is the real character of Assange or it's been Hollywoodnized but the movie exploiting him as a Weirdo self involved hacker that his mission was destroying governments even on the expense of other people's lives

L B (mx) wrote: Kang Dong-won and Song Kang-ho form a very nice duo. Good blend of comedy and action. Turns out to be a little gushy, but still very enjoyable.

Gaby F (fr) wrote: This is a lovely comedy, perfect for a movie night when you have nothing else to watch. Its sorprising

Beth w (us) wrote: LAME!!!! i give it a b-

Private U (nl) wrote: Watched it for Vinnie.

Cynthia S (ag) wrote: I was expecting a little more. I can't say that I was disappointed, but I thought that there could have been more to the plot. Some of the special effects work well with the movie, and play into its slightly dangerous charms. Something that's worth a look, I just wouldn't consider this an idie classic.

Italo P (gb) wrote: se la da pro esta mejor la 2

Dylan E (au) wrote: this film will be a undiscovered great....awesome up with casablaca,bullit a grat film all should see

Vlad M (fr) wrote: Too silly even for a spoof

Scott J (jp) wrote: There's a fourth one? Whatever, I'm not watching it.

DC F (fr) wrote: Silly and really reaching to be funny at times, but provides some comical laughs often at a good-natured racial expense, making fun of itself as well as our society and cultural flaws.

Stuart K (ag) wrote: Directed by Gordon Hessler (The Oblong Box (1969) and Cry of the Banshee (1970)), produced by Amicus Productions for American International Pictures. This sci-fi/thriller/horror is a bit of a confusing hotch-potch of genres, which has far too much going on, it has some good moments but it gets itself tied up in knots. Detective Superintendent Bellaver (Alfred Marks) is investigating the deaths of several girls in the London area, these women picked up at nightclubs are killed by the unstoppable Keith (Michael Gothard). Their investigations lead them to the country house and clinic of Dr. Browning (Vincent Price), who specialises in hand and limb transplants. But he's hiding a dark secret, one which government official Fremont (Christopher Lee) knows about, and so does Major Heinrich Benedek (Peter Cushing). The poster and promotion is very misleading. as it's Marks who's the real star of the film here. Price, Lee and Cushing only have extended cameos. It has a brilliant chase sequence in the middle, but they've crammed too much into this film, including a pointless Eastern European bit.

Andy P (it) wrote: Often overlooked, Hitchcock's under-appreciated black comedy is a suspense-less experiment in surrealism and perfectly constructed artifice.

Nick O (de) wrote: Typical 80's raunchy movie. Features Crispin Glover and a handful of beginners. Simple and easy story, i'm glad it didn't follow the routine these kind of movies have. Overall it was enjoyable in the 80's cheesy kind of way.

(jp) wrote: A very intresting movie, with thrilling plot and wonderful filming!! Orson Welles did well, even with Columbia' s changes at HIS final cut in order to make the moviw shirter and easier for the audience to accept...