Since he was 5 yrs old, Jose's abuelita taught him to play chess like his grandfather who was a champion in Mexico. Now as part of the Brownsville school team, Jose has the chance to use his skills and for once in his life, finds himself in the spotlight, as he tries to help his team make it to the Texas state finals. As their coach, Mr. Alvarado, teaches his students the meaning of perseverance and team effort in the face of adversity, Jose discovers his own strengths and uses them to bring his broken family together.

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Endgame torrent reviews

Calum F (us) wrote: Pretty good film that arkham asylum in this film looks just like the arkham games. Recommended

Digger N (de) wrote: Funny and engaging this movie easily is the best of the year. With an interesting plot and a superb cast this movie gets a 9/10.A short and sweet review. JUST WATCH IT

Linda B (gb) wrote: reminds me of the lion king. great for the children

Callum M (ru) wrote: With its fine performances, taut pacing and heart-wrenching storytelling, Tyrannosaur is brutal, yet ultimately hopeful and emotional drama about one man's quest for redemption.

Lucas N (mx) wrote: The story elements aren't all fresh, but they come together to make something good.

Alan P (gb) wrote: Wait a minute...isn't there a Jim Carrey movie with the same name?

Andrew M (jp) wrote: Why don't you just quit, round eye!

Matthew S (ag) wrote: While it might not be the best of John Cassavetes' work, there is something really extraordinary about "Love Streams." It is unexpected to see him attempt a movie that plays around so much with 'style' and more than a little Surrealism. It sometimes feels like much of the "avant-garde" is mix of intention and budget limitations. This might be his most experimental film. Some times this movie soars, other times it stumbles. The thrills and flaws are equally interesting to watch. Cassavetes's "Robert" is a bit of cliche. A street smart "ladies man" who is out to work every angle to his advantage. Robert's interesting flaw is that he is aware that he has become a cliche and a train wreck. When his estranged sister arrives at his door with a car full of luggage that seems to never end. Robert's sister, Sarah, has a lot of baggage. Fighting to save her dead marriage and secure custody of her daughter she is more of a mess than her brother. As was often the case, Gena Rowland is the magic core of the movie. She plays this character with a desperate and sometimes manic energy. We are never sure if "Sarah" is sane or more than a little crazy. But we do come to understand something about her that is essential. Among a cast of "lost" characters who form her family, she might be the most "eccentric" and "unhinged" --- she contains a truth of identity, family and life: She understand the all importance of "love." As she says during one of her desperate rants to save her family she tells us that "love streams." It just streams and we need to follow it's current. In another magical scene she desperately tries to crack a smile from her annoyed daughter and frustrated soon-to-be ex-husband. Robert and Sarah are lost, but not without hope. Hope offered by the possibility of love. Of course, this was always Cassavetes career-long theme: Characters seeking, needing and demanding love. In the world of "Love Streams" love may not be attainable, but no one has a choice but to reach for it. As Cassavetes leads us to a truly "operatic" crescendo, we can't help but be entranced. It may not qualify as a true cinematic masterpiece, but this is an important film. Most especially for those of us who love John Cassavetes and his muse, Gena Rowlands, -- this movie is essential Film Art.

Ron K (it) wrote: I wish I could un-see this, but I was setting up my sprinkler during watching, so it wasn't a total loss.

Scott R (jp) wrote: A well acted family drama.

Avtar R (ru) wrote: Great work by Guddu Dhanoa. This is one of my favorite Hindi movies, not only because Sunny Doel stars in it, but because it's got everything that you can look for in a Hindi film. Great dialogue, good action scenes, fantastic acting by Sunny Doel and Ashish Vidyarthi and who can forget the great work done by Raj Babbar as Jindal? Some really great songs and dance sequences too, Mera Dil Le Gayi Oye was just great. =D And the best takeaway from the movie is the awesome music that plays when Sunny Deol gives that threatening look to anyone. It's fit to be in any top class movie in the world really. =DHere are a few of my favorite lines from the movie."JINDAL! APNE KUTTO KO SAMJHA DE.""HOSH MEIN TO HO DEVA!" (And Raj Babbar's eyes almost pop out)And of course, "APNI AANKHEN KHOL KE DEKH TU KAHAN AUR KISKE SAAMNE KHADA HAI. YAHAN BAAT SIRF EK BAAR SAMJHAI JAATI HAI BAS."

Taylor B (mx) wrote: What an experience - simply beautiful

Brad S (ca) wrote: This film was the first Best Picture Oscar winner, the last true Silent film to do so. It really is pretty entertaining, the aerial battles set in WWI are pretty amazing for 1927. This also features one of the first roles of Gary Cooper. This is a MUST for all serious film fans.

Private U (mx) wrote: How great this movie is!!! And the two funniest actors in this movie are Tony Randall and Paul Lynde.

Aidan H (nl) wrote: Jesus Christ! This looks terrible.