Father of Invention
Nearly a decade after a faulty product landed him in prison, an arrogant inventor is determined to restore his reputation and rebuild his fortune. But first, he has to convince his estranged daughter that he's worthy of a second chance.
- Stars:Kevin Spacey, Camilla Belle, Heather Graham, Johnny Knoxville, Anna Anissimova, John Stamos, Red West, Michael Rosenbaum, Danny Comden, Jack McGee, Craig Robinson, Virginia Madsen, Marc Macaulay, Morgan Saylor, Karen Kaia Livers,
- Director:Trent Cooper,
- Writer:Jonathan D. Krane, Trent Cooper
After 8 years in prison, inventor Robert Axle struggles to win over his estranged family and catch up on current technology as he works to once again become the king of the infomercial. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Father of Invention torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Another one I saw at the 2011 CIFF. Nothing much new to learn in this doc. You don't get to know the artists using new technology very well. So many different talking heads flicker by and so many artists briefly appear only to not be seen again. Music is more heavily focused upon than movies, ebooks, or graphic arts. If everyone has the technology and thinks they can be the next star or success story, how does this water down our culture? How does this amateur movement chasing instant success influence those who have in depth training and experience backing up their art? This movie is fast and flashy and with the focus on music reminded me of a club scene. After a few months the one artist who stuck, who had the longest through line in the movie, was the young pianist who mixed classical and pop influences while self recording at home until he was invited to play with a professional philharmonic orchestra.
(de) wrote: Watchable but lacks the usual stunning visuals that encompass studio ghibli films & the story world just isn't as creative.
(gb) wrote: Great Steven Seagal, Dennis Hopper, cool Camaro.
(fr) wrote: Everyone thinks that ET was Drew Barrymore's starting point. It's simply not true. This was the movie that brought Drew all of her success...she literally shows up both Ryan O'Neal and Shelley Long in this movie. Great portrayal of how life can swing back and forth at the drop of a hat.
(ag) wrote: Being a fan of war movies, I was very excited to see this movie. Unfortunately I was very disappointed. So many things happened that were unrealistic. I highly doubt that Marines/Navy Seals would be on their cell phone casually talking to their significant other in Fallujah riding in a humvee right before battle. It had a couple of decent parts but overall was pretty unrealistic and the plot wasn't very good. It had some potential but didn't live up to the expectations.