When his latest girlfriend leaves him, retired computer magnate Don Johnston has no greater ambition than to sit around the house. But then he receives an anonymous letter from a former lover informing him that he has a son who may be looking for him... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
As the devoutly single Don Johnston is dumped by his latest girlfriend, he receives an anonymous pink letter informing him that he has a son who may be looking for him.
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Broken Flowers torrent reviews
Martin G (ru) wrote: A bit mediocre especially towards the end.
Facebook U (it) wrote: Good production and effects but bad teenage jokes made me feel creeped out quite a bit in this film. I still give it a three for the entertainement and Nathalie and Zo that are a bit dirty though. But so beautiful. I don't know why, but this seems to have homersexuality plastered all over, adding the creepiness. Bleh.
Harry A (gb) wrote: Absolutely appalling. The opening act gives us Bryan Adams driving a train and singing!
Gunilla A (es) wrote: Like on orgie in drama and pain.
John B (fr) wrote: Really? That many people dumped on this film? I thought it was quite charming and my first introduction to Emma Roberts who really hasn't lived up to this initial promise since. I think its a bad choice in script selection. Alec Baldwin is great as well.
David Ray G (gb) wrote: I wish people made films like this more often. It's simple, human, a very harsh and realistic portrait of an American family type and how sometimes there's no other direction in life but down. Val Kilmer is truly amazing. A wonderful soundtrack and the free of hope and happiness ending also perfectly fitting here.
Ron B (fr) wrote: It begins as a fanciful yarn about colorful misfit characters, but it grows and deepens as the movie goes along. Yes it's a beautiful but tragic love story, an adventure epic and a drama. All fit seamlessly and entertain as much as it touches the heart.
Lisa A (br) wrote: if your into surfing...this movie will have you heading into the waves.....its a good surf movie
Orlok W (ru) wrote: A good time for their last major movie together--The Shovel is My Pick!!
Matt H (br) wrote: Classic film, made with very modern sensibilities for 1947. Very bitter as well. It wasn't well received at the time, partly in response to what was happening in Chaplin's life at the time, and in part just due to the deeply cynical nature of the film. The movie predates the cynical/comedic films of Billy Wilder and others, whom this film reminds me of. Its commentary at the end may be a little too preachy, but a lot of what Chaplin says rings of historical truth, and is quite daring to state in a film in 1947. Another movie Verdoux reminds me of is a more recent movie, Andrew Niccol's "Lord of War;" its statements seem to echo much of the same kind of critique as Chaplin was doing in this film (and "The Great Dictator").
Simon D (kr) wrote: Pretty good Samurai film with a typically deep story that keeps you interested throughout.
Chris H (ag) wrote: While it may not feature the well developed characters and realism that today's war films have, as an old school war adventure this is a blast!