Daryl is a normal 10-year-old boy in many ways. However, unbeknown to his foster parents and friends, Daryl is actually a government-created robot with superhuman reflexes and mental abilities. Even his name has a hidden meaning -- it's actually an acronym for Data Analyzing Robot Youth Life-form. When the organization that created him deems the "super soldier" experiment a failure and schedules Daryl to be disassembled, it is up to a few rogue scientists to help him escape.

A young boy is found wandering without any memory of who he is. A family takes him in and begin to look for clues to help him find his way home. In the meantime, they notice that the boy ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


D.A.R.Y.L. torrent reviews

Russell S (ag) wrote: From its honest, believable performances by all concerned to it's wonderfully realised script and subplots, this is a real British gem of a movie. Both amusing and dramatic in equal measure, the characters are sympathetic, real and some will have you laughing and crying in equal measure. Superb.

Megan P (us) wrote: i thought it was kinda weird...


Kris M (ru) wrote: If you enjoy subculture issues and the Gay freind straight friend bonds this is your movie.

Private U (it) wrote: I love movies about Danish goons. Especially when they open their own restaurant.

Justin R (br) wrote: Mamet's made better movies than this, but this was OK, I guess.

Adrian Z (it) wrote: Pretty sweet fucked up movie

Blais E (kr) wrote: Uncle Borey as an animated puppet a la Rudolph? You bet, in Rankin Bass's mucho- Monster-Mash! I've always loved these little gems, quaint & sweet, definitely products of their time, always full of major star talent providing the voices. This one is a bit offbeat, & very different from the majority of their usual, well-known & beloved productions. Crusty ole Baron Von Frankenstein (Karloff) decides to retire and invites all the world's famous monsters to his island castle retreat in hopes of finding a successor to carry on his experiments. Needless to say the ghoulish gang begin to plot against each other to gain the doc's secret elixir of total world destruction with predictably amusing results. Uneven, with some uncharacteristically unremarkable & non-memorable songs (The exception being Ethel Ennis's boffo-jazzy opening tune-), long, talky stretches that will lose the attention of young ones, & strangely indifferent voice-work (Where's the great Paul Frees when you need him?), although Phyllis Diller, as always, is amusing. However, I still love it, because I have a soft spot in my heart (And my head-) for these things. Great around Halloween!

JJune N (mx) wrote: man i really enjoyed this it had good laughs

Aj V (us) wrote: This is a cute and fun little romantic movie with two great stars, and I enjoyed it.

Michael T (au) wrote: Slight screwball comedy plot isn't enough to enliven this lesser Astaire-Rogers musical; Irving Berlin score includes "I Used to Be Color Blind" and the Oscar-nominated "Change Partners."

Tim S (gb) wrote: Long live this stop-motion animated classic!

roy w (ca) wrote: the epitome of Christmas for a child of the 80s, early 90s

Alan20 R (gb) wrote: This is one of the best superhero origin story movies of all time, for me at least. Robert Downey J.R owns the role of Iron Man, I could not imagine anyone else playing the playboy, philanthropist Tony Stark. Not a very good villain but Ill give it a pass because it handles the comic book material so well. I totally recommend it

Ember D (nl) wrote: Everybody needs to see this.

Aslum K (it) wrote: Not the best of this genre, but...

Brian C (fr) wrote: Typical Bond: Some cool stuff (helicopter fights and ninjas) and a fair amount of nonsense and slowness.

a (nl) wrote: One of the earliest westerns I like. I'm more of a spaghetti kind of guy.

Matt G (au) wrote: Equally the most overrated & underrated movie of 2016. As a kid who grew up in bands, I was obviously smitten with much of it: the long songwriting sessions ("She Lights Me Up"), the influence of slightly older role models (the brother is great), the ever-changing music tastes that capture the hilarious yet completely sincere fickleness of teens. This should be enough to swoon me, but the clichd melodrama (fighting parents, bullies, evil Catholics) & the too-polished songs kept it from true greatness.