Fish Tank

Fish Tank

Everything changes for 15 year old Mia when her mum brings home a new boyfriend.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:123 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   fight,   dancing,  

Mia is a fifteen-year-old girl is stuck in the world of war with her family. Her lifelong passion is hip-hop dance, but she must keep secret until she meets a new man showing her the great of dance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Fish Tank torrent reviews

Ethan P (de) wrote: The film around him is above average, but Sean Penn's brilliant, against-type performance is what makes this film special. He's jovial, silly and gentle in this movie and seeing the macho man reveal a sensitive side was refreshing and unique. Josh Brolin's character turn was a satisfying surprise and the story was inspiring.

Mohammed A (it) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Joey T (kr) wrote: Another movie from the master of uncomfortable movies! It doesn't disappoint!

Frank A (fr) wrote: I enjoyed this movie very much. Wilford Brimley makes the movie

Claire T (ca) wrote: I thought this film was crap and I will not want to watch it again, I thought the first highlander movie is the best, Christopher Lambert starred in it, I do not want this film on DVD, I thought it was crap

Michelle Y (mx) wrote: First of all, is this movie called American Pimp or American Prostitute? That's right, it's called American Pimp. This is a survey on the AMERICAN PIMP, not the pimp's product. This movie is exactly what it intended to be. It is not up to the movie to expose the underworld of pimping, it's to introduce the American pimp. Why is society so determined to lay judgment on every fucking thing? This movie is hilarious and informative. Who better to tell the story of American pimps than the pimps themselves? This is an opportunity to take a look into an inaccessible world. Leave your moral qualms at the door please.

Ted W (gb) wrote: This is a great monkey movie not as good as curious George but good. I wish I had a real monkey . Monkey!!

Cameron L (jp) wrote: weirdly good bullshit highschool football movie. i just want to leave town and be somebody!

Nate W (gb) wrote: The loose adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's poem "Gunga Din" may not prove an especially substantial one in terms of story, but it easily gets by on account of its superb staging of action (credit director George Stevens and editors Henry Berman and John Lockert). It also makes an effective star vehicle for Cary Grant, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., and Victor McLaglen, whose onscreen repartee is most enjoyable to watch.

Dave S (it) wrote: Awfully long for a whodunit, but it's mostly earned - all the exposition still feels like an engaging and needed part of the story rather than just serving as the prelude to the real story.

Skyler B (ca) wrote: Having finally seen this movie (thank you, Netflix!) I must say it was very fun and overly entertaining. Quality late-80's sci-fi film. And... why didn't Quaid and Harrison Ford ever play brothers in a movie when they were younger? That would have worked.

Jonny P (br) wrote: "Possession" was... boring. I don't know how a story with so much potential can fall so flat, especially with Gwyneth Paltrow and Aaron Eckhart at the helm. Netflix labels it as a thriller (which was the first misleading mistake) and, even though the synopsis didn't seem very thrilling, that was my expectation. I suppose that there were some thrilling moments like discovering a hidden letter in a doll house and discovering a cave behind a water fall, but let's consider the maximum level of potential excitement in either of those things. A lot of the momentum is lost by constantly shifting to uneventful flashbacks and even with Jeremy Northam appearing in the flashbacks (misleading mistake number two), it was still uninteresting. I guess that some of the twists are interesting (sort-of), but overall this is a boring story with a boring script that will lose your attention after about 10 boring minutes.