Based on the children's novel by celebrated South Australian author 'Colin Thiele' , this is an emotional father and son story about tuna fishing of Southern Blue Fin tuna in South Australia's Port Lincoln fishing district. Accident prone son Snook is forever making mistakes much to the chagrin of his father Pascoe. But when tragedy strikes the fishing boat during a deep sea fishing trek in the Southern Ocean, the boy is called on to become a man in a rites of sea passage to reconcile is past mishaps and save both his father and the ship from certain disaster.
- Stars:Hardy Krüger, Greg Rowe, Liddy Clark, John Jarratt, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Alfred Bell, Ralph Cotterill, George Spartels, Jock Owen, Elspeth Ballantyne, John Godden, John Thompson, Kelly Aitken, John Frawley, Graham Rouse,
- Director:Carl Schultz, Bruce Beresford,
- Writer:Sonia Borg, Colin Thiele (novel)
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Blue Fin torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: A delightful surprise. I've been scrummaging through all the crappy Netflix B movies in search of some form of entertainment when I stumbled across this gem. I was on the edge of my seat from beginning till the end. The story was awesome. The acting superb. The ratings on Netflix and Flixter don't do this movie justice.
(it) wrote: I try to grasp this movie but I failed. The pace was very slow and a little bit boring. Heather Graham is not convincing enough in her role, so did William Baldwin. The sub plot is better than the main plot, even though not much help for the overall of the movie. The sex scene is unnecessary. But the soundtrack is nice, although did not fit well in several scene.
(de) wrote: much better than the first one.
(mx) wrote: The acting, especially from Matthew Broderick, is uncomfortably awkward, the humor and special effects are beyond desperate, and the overall writing is completely disrespectful to the original cartoon it was based on. I highly recommend skipping this.
(jp) wrote: A labor of love by director Clint Eastwood, this dramatic treatment showcasing the life of saxophone great Charlie Parker will only really connect with jazz aficionados - most others will be perplexed, in spite of strong performances by Forest Whitaker in the title role and Diane Venora as his long-suffering but loyal wife, Chan. Film fails to explore his early years, his development as a musician and historic collaboration with bop legend Dizzy Gillespie, or to explain what made his music great. Instead it seems to incessantly concentrate on his addictions, lack of punctuality and other failings. Extreme length and muddy cinematography does not help either.
(ru) wrote: A movie about divorce.
(kr) wrote: 1) Orson Welles and that final courtroom speech. It's the kind of thing that all other courtroom speeches have to live up to (even Costner in JFK is miniature in comparison). He turns a pretty good movie into a nearly masterpiece-level one with just a few scenes.2) Dean Stockwell is fun to watch in an early role, and odd that it's a re-telling of the case that inspired Hitchcock's Rope as Stockwell comes off like a precursor to Norman Bates (though made to seem a little more, uh, 'sympathetic'-ish?)
(es) wrote: Classic. John Witherspoon absolutely kills it.
(us) wrote: please can i see the movie