Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

A year after his father's death, Oskar, a troubled young boy, discovers a mysterious key he believes was left for him by his father and embarks on a scavenger hunt to find the matching lock.

A nine-year-old amateur inventor, Francophile, and pacifist searches New York City for the lock that matches a mysterious key left behind by his father, who died in the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close torrent reviews

Damin L (br) wrote: Todava no puedo entender cmo esta pelcula, un drama serio, con una trama atrapante, con actuaciones impresionantes y profundas, que logra impactar intensamente y hasta arrancar algunas lgrimas, pueda tener esas puntuaciones tan bajas, que ni siquiera algunas de las pelculas ms ridculas y estpidas tienen. Hay algn problema serio con los crticos respecto a esta pelcula, que recomiendo a cualquiera que desee ver a tres brillantes actores en increbles actuaciones representando una obra de Philip Roth.

MF J (es) wrote: Swat is an honest B Movie filled with adrenaline, action and a really cool cast.

Harley M (au) wrote: voice actors are so fucking cool. what a fun movie

AD O (us) wrote: i SHOULD care about my privacy, but i don't :( BUT it's not cool that we can't get our data deleted upon request......

George B (mx) wrote: WOULD LIKE 2 SEE THIS ONE

Matt R (ru) wrote: Not Nielsen's best stuff, but enough of the gags work to satisfy fans of the spoofed material.

Mark A (mx) wrote: Lots of eye candy in this one. A young man is initiated into the joys of sex by an English Countess (or is it duchess?) and then has a string of fortuitous sexual experiences. But, of course, what he is looking for is true love. And, in the end, he finds it. The women are beautiful, the young man is quite handsome, and love conquers all. If you look beyond this facade, however there is a dark undercurrent. The setting is during the Spanish Civil war and the lead up to world war II. Andres is conscripted into the rebel army. His mother is dating a big shot in the fascist party that wins that war. Andres is pressured into joining the party once the war is over. A neighbor is arrested because of his association with free thinkers. The director doesn't dwell on these undercurrents, but they add poignancy to the overlying story.

Trinity C (mx) wrote: I'm melting...melting...

Tim S (br) wrote: Nashville still has as much relevancy as it did in 1975 when it was released. Directed by Robert Altman, the film tells about the lives of a variety of different characters looking to make it in country music and the entertainment business in Nashville, Tennessee. It was a somewhat controversial film within the Nashville community as they believed it was poking fun and taking potshots at people within that community, while on the other hand it was a major critical success and earned a decent profit at the box office. It was also nominated for five Oscars and nine Golden Globes, winning Best Original Song for both awards. I can't honestly say that I consider myself a Robert Altman acolyte, but I do appreciate a lot of the work that he did over the course of his career, which this film would certainly fall under that heading. It helped to further Altman's use of sound in motion pictures and was selected for inclusion in the National Film Registry in 1992, which is not small potatoes. I don't necessarily consider it a film that I could watch over and over again and soak up all of its parts, but it is an amazing film, and one that influenced not just his later work but other filmmakers' work as well.

Harim K (gb) wrote: i like it for what it is, a simple, unassuming look at this trend as a part of history. mitchum co-wrote not only the story but the theme song and is rumored to have directed much of it himself. what can i say, i like the guy. seeing him interact with his real son is a gas too; their resemblance is uncanny. plus the hot rods, let's not forget those

Andrew B (mx) wrote: Great acting, but odd premise.

Steve W (us) wrote: A simple look at the fundamentals of human goals and accomplishments. A group of British men and an American woman find themselves in the lost paradise of Shangri-La. The beautiful paradise changes each one of them, except for a select few who would rather try to escape and view it as a prison. It has an ambiguous but fitting ending with a nice theme of human happiness and perspective.

Dalton L (ru) wrote: What a rip-off. I have no idea why anyone enjoyed this movie.