Daydream Nation

Daydream Nation

Forced to move to a boring backwater town, a teenager embarks on affairs with a teacher and a stoner classmate.

Caroline Wexler moves to a strange community where sky is always dark thanks to an industrial fire after her dad takes a new job. She is entangled a love triangle between her teacher, Mr. Anderson and a classmate Thurston. Meanwhile there is a serial killer hovering over the town. Where does the triangle affair come? How is the killer’s fate? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Daydream Nation torrent reviews

Ian C (br) wrote: Nothing mind blowing but coasts along nicely. Nice twist aswell.

Timothy F (au) wrote: For a small budget indie film, this is quite well written and utilizes surprisingly complex characters to drive the plot. Though the final portion isn't as well developed, it doesn't overly detract from the otherwise remarkable picture.

kay c (ca) wrote: macam filem 'young and dangerous lor...'

(fr) wrote: The Awesome Film with The Cult

Anna L (us) wrote: Can't go wrong with Almodovar.

Melissa K (it) wrote: an all star comedy with not enough buzz!

Darren P (es) wrote: This a well-acclaimed film. It's unfortunate to say, but it's a formulaic coming of age movie. But it told the story of a young boy who wants to be a girl. It's soooo brave, isn't it? Too much of the time, we focus on whether a film takes that kind of risk, instead of the actual production value of the piece. Take away the controversial topic, and this is a repetitive and cliche movie, albeit brave. But it takes more than bravery. Check out "Philadelphia" with Tom Hanks to see quality piece of courageous work.

Ian C (ru) wrote: It is still as entertaining as it was twenty years ago. The characters were adapted from the novel brilliantly with Carlyle's performance as Begbie being one of the most iconic in British cinema history. Oodles of black humour and fantastic dialogue. Boyle's use of Iggy Pop, Blondie and Heaven 17 is executed wonderfully and it contributed to Underworld's Born Slippy being one of the anthem of the 90's. A classic.

Todd S (it) wrote: It's a rare occurrence, but once in a while, a film is made that is way ahead of it's time, too far ahead of it's time, and Timecop is one of those films. Had it been made in the error of CGI, this film would have been so much better. The story is strong, a lot stronger than the performances, and the use of some crazy special effects would have taken it over the top, but those weren't available in 1994. The result is a slightly above average film, with a really cool plot, and not much else. The story follows Max Walker (Jean-Claude Van Damme) whose job is to stop people from using illegal time travel technology, in order to change the past. Changing the past can drastically change the present, and is often abused by criminals trying to get wealth and power. One of those men is U.S. Senator McComb (Ron Silver), who has his eye on the Presidency. Walker must go back in time to stop McComb and expose him, before he can reshape the country in his own image. I love time oriented Science Fiction, as the story can take you on a magical trip all throughout history, like nothing else can. In this film, they didn't travel as much as they should have, and the technology and effects behind time travel were so basic, that it's hard to buy that this could ever work. Jean-Claude Van Damme stars and we all know that I see him as one of these brawn over brains guys, that only get work because of their looks and their fancy movies. Van Damme wasn't bad, but this is a film that had real potential, and simply using an average star, contributes to the overall sentiment of the film. Timecop is a great story, and in my opinion is something that could really work if it is re-made properly. It's not because the film is bad, it's just not a good as it should have been. If you're a Sci-Fi fan, I definitely recommend it, but if it's not your favorite genre, you might want to skip this one.

John R (au) wrote: 161119: Picked up at a garage sale. Not sure, for one dollar, who the sucker was? This film tries to be deep but isn't. Formulaic. Bad acting. Having watched The Rounders (1965) immediately before, this film pales in comparison. When this film gets to be the same age, I somehow doubt it will carry the same nostalgia. "Lost to time" is the phrase that comes to mind.

Joe B (ag) wrote: So wicked. Really, no more to say.

Andrew L (jp) wrote: One of the better modern teen comedies

Zachary E (fr) wrote: It's a amazing how some films seem to gain appreciation with age, yet others lie in the gutter still hopelessly looked at as if they are inadequate, it is in my humble opinion that this is the single greatest sequel of all time, an unpopular opinion I know, but one I'm willing to stand by, it doesn't just rehash the original or haplessly try to tell a less intriguing story, it builds carefully upon the original with a kind of grace, even though this film seemingly at face value looks as though it should be crippled it manages to run full sprint and leap into the air setting a new highpoint. Interesting with it's central plot, surprisingly human with it's characters and all building to a proper conclusion equal to the gradeur of it's potential. If you have not seen it I would highly recommend Beneath the Planet of the Apes... oh and it's ending is simply brilliant

Lee B (us) wrote: I didnt know anything about this movie going blew me was just a fun now looking so forward to the sequels...awesome soundtrack as well

Martin C (gb) wrote: One of the best comedies all time! Very funny!

Francis P (ru) wrote: I can only hope to establish a brotherhood as solid as these guys did. Whenever I hear the phrase "Thick as thieves" , I'll think of them.

Luciano G (kr) wrote: Some of the performances are below par and The Anomaly feels like a vanity project for Noel Clarke, who casts himself as the hero and directs....