The film tells a story of a divorced couple trying to raise their young son. The story follows the boy for twelve years, from first grade at age 6 through 12th grade at age 17-18, and examines his relationship with his parents as he grows.

Boyhood is a story of growing up as seen through the eyes of a boy named Mason. Snapshots of adolescence from road trips and family dinners to birthdays and graduations and all the moments in between become transcendent, set to a soundtrack spanning the years from Coldplay's Yellow to Arcade Fire's Deep Blue. Boyhood is both a nostalgic time capsule of the recent past and an ode to growing up and parenting. It's impossible to watch Mason and his family without thinking about our own journey. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Boyhood torrent reviews

Fabrice H (fr) wrote: love that movie,simple and remenber my childhood in this landscape of the loire valley.

Philippe R (us) wrote: This is a fantastic documentary. I'm a fan of that band, always been, but Cameron Crowe made a brilliant collage of all these moments of this life band, all the way back to mother love bone... Brilliant

Colton S (us) wrote: Jeff freaking Bridges and the rest of the cast besides Colin Farrell wat else is there to say. a must see in my book

Angelica S (us) wrote: You'll understand what true love meant.

Alex R (ru) wrote: Seen it, forgotten it

Anthony A (ag) wrote: Fun, but not great horror pic.

Kevin R (jp) wrote: What's more Halloween than getting eaten by a werewolf?An orphaned young man wants to know more about his parents and starts by investigating the town his mom was from. He finds a town full of lycans that teach him about his people. He discovers that he has unique lycan powers and that may be the reason he was orphaned. What was his mom trying to hide him from?"You think I'm afraid of dying?""It's not the dying. It's what comes first."David Hayter, director of the upcoming television mini-series World War III, delivers Wolves in his directorial debut. The storyline for this picture is lacking and isn't worth following. The action was inconsistent and the gore was just okay. The acting was very average and the cast includes Lucas Till, Jason Momoa, Adam Butcher, Merritt Peterson, and Janet-Laine Green."I need a hospital or vet or something."I randomly came across this on Showtime Anytime and decided to give it a shot. This was very average and the special effects were disappointing. There wasn't much to see here and I'd recommend skipping it."Is it a gift or a curse?"Grade: D

P M (de) wrote: I can't imagine that Bette Midler and Shelley Long did not get along at all during this film. They fake chemistry well, I must saw one of my favorite movies of the 80's.A good laugh... .. I can't imagine what there is not to like about this movie. Solid 9 out of 10.

Allan C (br) wrote: Leon Isaac Kennedy is sent to prison after accidentally killing a biker in a fight protecting a prostitute. Once in jail he then has to fight to survive and his fights catch the eye of a guard who runs an illegal boxing tournament where the winner can win an early release. This film is kind of set apart from other blaxploitation films because I think writer/director Jamaa Fanaka brings a level of grit and genuine character development to the story that elevates the film above mere exploitation. It's a smart script that has some interesting politics beyond simply about "the man" holding people down. Fanaka alludes to the history of slavery and smartly uses the prison setting to strong metaphorical effect. However, at the same time, the fight scenes are nothing compared to "Raging Bull" and in terms of straight up entertainment value has nothing on Walter Hill's boxing prison drama "Undefeated." Still, this film is a something of a unique blaxploitation film and certainly worth checking out for fans of the genre. On a side note, I spent a fair amount of time trying to figure out where I'd seen the prison guard to organizes the illegal fights, Chuck Mitchell, but finally had to look up that he was Porky in the Porky's films.

RiP M (ag) wrote: A lovely work in a minor key, but no minor achievement. Immerses you in these people's lives and at the end, you care about their well-being.

Aaron P (br) wrote: A fantastic, esoteric political film.

Tim H (us) wrote: All may not be as it seems when man who runs a soup kitchen recruits patrons to join his criminal gang and then kills them. Interesting thriller is not very scary and has few surprises, but is divertng enough.

Kathleen W (ca) wrote: I liked this. I liked the NZ countryside full of American accents. I'm critical of the manic pixie dream kid and everything that entails!! But the first half is pretty comforting.

Felix V (es) wrote: Guys don't listen to these critics, they get paid to do this, grandmas boy is a hilarious movie to watch, the perfect image of nerds during the 80's

Thomas A (ru) wrote: I wonder why does it get such negative reviews by it because Seann William Scott no longer fulfills his stereotype character role as a womanizing jerk from the American Pie franchise? This is definitely one of the most underrated rom-coms released within the last 18 months. The storyline is simple, realistic, and endearing.

Justin B (br) wrote: Though painfully derivative and paint-by-numbers, the leads try their darndest and succeed at playing each other quite well. There's also an undeniable charm to the film that helped surpass my negative expectations.