Ahab, a man obsessed with exacting a brutal, violent revenge on the man who murdered his dad, joins John, an eager priest, and Twink, a hot-headed street hustler, on an epic quest to find and defeat this mythical monster known as Chris Fuchman AKA The Father's Day Killer.
- Stars:Adam Brooks, Matthew Kennedy, Conor Sweeney, Amy Groening, Garrett Hnatiuk, Brent Neale, Kevin Anderson, Meredith Sweeney, Zsuzsi, Lloyd Kaufman, Mackenzie Murdock, Billy Sadoo, Falcon Van Der Baek, Kyle Young, Murray Davidson,
- Director:Adam Brooks, Jeremy Gillespie, Matthew Kennedy, Steven Kostanski, Conor Sweeney,
- Writer:Adam Brooks, Matthew Kennedy, Jeremy Gillespie, Conor Sweeney, Steven Kostanski
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Father's Day torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Terrible acting, weak dialogue and characters. Entire movie is poorly done, very amateur. Good if you enjoy really bad scary movies
(ca) wrote: A depressingly stark drama that tries earnestly to be touching and realistic. It is the story of a family forced to live on the streets of New York City during the holidays (luckily the weather never appears to be too cold) and the hard-working father (John Leguizamo [Moulin Rouge, Empire and Romeo + Juliet]) who tries to get them off of the streets. He is an ex-boxer who now works odd-jobs here and there "off the books" which makes him appear to be un-employed -- it is this that keeps them from being able to apply for permanant housing. Leguizamo does good work in the lead role and the rest of the cast appears to be largely unknown(s). An over-demanding role by Entourage's Jerry Ferrara is pretty weak as he appears to be out of his depth with drama. The role of the family son is played quite well by young actor, David Castro (Bella, 27 Dresses). The movie is slightly inconsistent and the extra-large serving of drama can be a bit much as I think the intention was to make the audience feel guilty as opposed to just feeling bad. There are redeeming parts to the film (family love); but it is pretty gritty and dank.
(it) wrote: Day: SundayDate: 15 Aug 2004Time: 10.30pmWith: NooneOn: VCDName: LAKSHYAVery Inspiring
(kr) wrote: "The best film that Dreamworks has ever produced."
(de) wrote: Holy crap, what a great movie. Such a shame it's so little-known. Warren Beatty ought to make more films. I mean, Bulworth is kind of a mess, but it's a film about a man, specifically a politician, at the end of his rope. Senator Jay Bulworth has had enough, and he cracks up in a very public way. Trouble is, instead of simply losing his mind he commits the cardinal sin of American politics: he tells the unvarnished truth. The results are interesting, and not as entirely predictable as you might assume. There are problems with the film, but they're outweighed by the inspiration. Beatty turns in great performances both before and behind the camera, and the audacity of this film to tackle race issues in such a bold and unforgiving (if not entirely successful) way is commendable in itself. On top of all this you have cinematography from the great Vittorio Storaro and a music score consisting of equal parts classic hip-hop and a grand turn from Ennio Fucking Morricone, and you have the makings of a near-masterpiece. Watch Bulworth if you want to see an intelligent, honest film about American politics, made by an American with, it must be said, balls the size Mount Everest. Great, disturbing, prescient stuff here, on the order of Dr Strangelove and Network. SEE THIS MOVIE NOW.
(ag) wrote: good crime drama like resovoir dogs
(it) wrote: what was he thinking when he aggreed to do this moive
(mx) wrote: A good family flick about loyalty and overcoming all odds for love. Good for all ages.
(fr) wrote: Absolutely hysterical Howard Hawks screwball comedy that sometimes gets overlooked in the wake of Hawks' other two screwball masterpieces, His Girl Friday and Bringing Up Baby.John Barrymore not only chews the scenery, he obliterates it, as tyrannical theatre director Oscar Jaffe, who, though having fallen on hard times, is determined to cast his former star and lover Lily Garland (the great Carole Lombard) in a play that will reestablish his career and reputation.Barrymore and Lombard are brilliant together (she has a ball hamming it up just as much as him) as two larger-than-life emoters, who, as she so succinctly puts it, "Only know about life between the rise and fall of a curtain". And Hawks makes full comic use of Barrymore's distinct and famous profile, even going so far as to have a side close-up of him digging in his nose.Brilliant over-the-top fun.
(es) wrote: A controversial film. Disturbing lynching scene.(09)
(au) wrote: Jurassic park in my opinion is one of the greatest and most re-watchable movies of all time. there is a flaw with the film and that's the scene where one of the raptors enters the kitchen and you can see the hand of someone studying it. that's really the only flaw I can find. it's just a perfect movie in so many ways. if you haven't seen this movie, what are you doing with your life?Owens grade: A+
(us) wrote: I think it suffers from a case of wanting badly to move, without itself being sufficiently moved. Which causes it feel scattered. Especially toward the end. But the actors do a great job of filling the thing out.
(kr) wrote: What a pile of doodie. Usually love Kevin Bacon, not this one! Stay away!!