Born to Be Blue

Born to Be Blue

Jazz legend Chet Baker finds love and redemption when he stars in a movie about his own troubled life to mount a comeback.

The film is a semi-factual, semi-fictional re-imagining of jazz legend Chet Baker (Ethan Hawke)'s musical comeback in the late '60s while Chet Baker begins a romance with an actress (Carmen Ejogo). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Born to Be Blue torrent reviews

Matt M (br) wrote: Wheeler and Woosley look dull and dusty in this comedy vehicle that hasn't aged well.

Jim F (ag) wrote: Fun. A superhero movie not trying to save the world from destruction. A couple of enemies to deal with, lots of action. Great film version of a comic character

Anthony K (gb) wrote: Very dark, disturbing and ambiguous film which explores the psychosexual hang ups of a potentially sociopathic American tourist in France. Slow paced but somewhat fascinating.

Eric M (gb) wrote: Just because I have never seen a film directed by Nick Cage....maybe it'll be good

WS W (es) wrote: Both Campbell Scott & Jesse Eisenberg are good in acting. The problem is the narrative is a bit dragging; cold & talky in the middle.

Clay B (ca) wrote: CITY OF INDUSTRY (1997)

Wu C (ru) wrote: Jarmush wrote the script in 8 days and it still works in many ways.

Bob R (it) wrote: An amazing film with a million brilliant speeches.

King L (kr) wrote: When I first read Hamlet back I in high school I found it to be an excruciating bore but once I saw it acted on on stage and screen I appreciated and enjoyed Shakespeare's iconic play. I've seen various versions but I especially wanted to see this one because it had two actors from 2 of my favorite sci-fi shows, Doctor Who and Star Trek. David Tennant who was the 10th Doctor in Doctor Who played the title role of Hamlet and Patrick Stewart, Captain Picard of Star Trek: The Next Generation played the king of Denmark. What made it even more interesting was the cast dressed in modern and contemporary clothing instead of period costumes from late 16th or early 17th century. The only other Shakespearean play where I've seen them done this was Ian McKellen's version of Richard III.

Bobby F (fr) wrote: Hellboy is a great superhero movie with incredible action and funny wit.

Ashley H (es) wrote: Sanctum is a decent film. It is about an underwater cave diving team that experiences a life-threatening crisis during an expedition to the unexplored and least accessible cave system in the world. Richard Roxburgh and Rhys Wakefield give good performances. The script is a little slow in places. Alister Grierson did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the drama and action.

bill s (us) wrote: Some nice action sequences but that gets old quick.