Forever Strong

Forever Strong

Rick Penning lives life just like he plays rugby; fast, hard-hitting and intense. When life on the edge lands him in jail, prison ward Marcus Tate offers him a chance to get back in the game by playing for his rival, Highland Rugby. Reluctantly Rick joins the team where he must adopt the grueling training schedule that Coach Gelwix enforces, or finish out the season behind bars.

A sports film focusing on rugby player is put up in a juvenile detention center. There he plays for the Highland Rugby team and ultimately plays against his father in the National Championships. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Forever Strong torrent reviews

Marcelo R (mx) wrote: This film is terrific. Good directed, smart screenplay and amazing theme song "Tempo Perdido" by Legi,o Urbana. The edition works on two filmic spaces at the same time very well. This movie was a deja vu for me.

John Eric D (ag) wrote: At it's first glance, its really interesting to watch this especially it happened in real situations and about modern media in a modern warfare. The bad part is, Harlin's execution is just weak as it could be. It lacks of emotion and its dramatic effects, bad screenwriting actually ( I was thinking Micheal Bay all the time I'm watching it ). This might have it's good potential thinking its a war film in real life, well that's pretty cool. But then, if you want to watch more gun fight scenes and tank explosions on midnights. This might feed you.

Jason E (fr) wrote: a cute movie, cheesy at times but GREAT innuendoes

Kevin R (ag) wrote: I think it's a bit late to start praying, don't you?A group of friends get together after one of them experiences a painful divorce. They head to a remote town in Europe only to discover all of the men are missing and all of the women are man eating zombies. Can the group of friends survive the zombie outbreak?"What's your name again?""Call me Candy."Jake West, director of Razor Blade Smile, Evil Aliens, Pumpkinhead: Ashes to Ashes, a segment of ABC's of Death, and the upcoming Spitfire, delivers Doghouse. The storyline for this picture is entertaining and fun to watch unfold. I liked the characters in their clumsy clich way. The acting is pretty good and I enjoyed seeing Stephen Graham in something other than Boardwalk Empire. The cast also includes Danny Dyer, Noel Clarke, Lee Ingleby, Christina Cole, and Terry Stone."You fucking monkey's arse ring."Doghouse is a movie I grabbed because the plot sounded interesting and who doesn't love a good zombie picture. I did like some of the elements of this picture and loved the over the top make-up and villains. Overall, this is an entertaining film worth a viewing but far from a classic. "I actually don't think I used that finger for anything."Grade: C+

Anushka S (ag) wrote: i like the song iss deewanay ladke ko koyi samjaye

Sebastian C (jp) wrote: i'd like Cronenberg to remake this film. with a bit of gore in it.

Chris D (de) wrote: Well paced story and some great action scenes, wonderful characters with the two stars Shintaro Katsu and the enigmatic Toshiro Mifune both in fine form. The film has plenty of gore, pathos and wonderful touches of humour mixed together which makes me wonder why if this film came out in the late sixties have we eally progressed at all. This has no CGI, wirework or grossly overpaid actors, and would be difficult to replicate now we have reached the new millennium!

Bob V (us) wrote: Dietrich's second Hollywood movie, and third of six with von Sternberg. His then very European style and tempo are evident in this movie and I can imagine it was a breath of fresh air at the time. Dietrich acts more with one eyelid than the cast of 90210 combined, and the imagery is impressive.So this movie deserves to be seen, it's a piece of film history, and it perhaps saved Dietrich from a career playing a sleazy barmaid/singer.All that being said, I found the plot painfully thin and could barely keep my eyes open at times. Dietrich still mesmerizes in her grand scenes, but her obviously not quite learned English speaking way of she does has, tends to take the wind out of certain dramatic moments. The leading man in this movie is furthermore unconvincing and miscast.Out of the 3 Dietrich-Sternberg collaborations I've seen (The Scarlet Empress & Der Blaue Engel) being the others) this easily ranks the lowest.

brett (jp) wrote: what the hell is this about?