Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright

This film illustrates the life and work of the American architect. We follow the development of his work and his turbulent family life amidst scandal and tragedy. Despite all the difficulties of his personal life, Wright rises above all and beats all the odds to design some of the most famous buildings using brilliant and distinctively innovative designs that only his genius could create.

A biography of the life and work of the American architect. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Frank Lloyd Wright torrent reviews

Anya Jade F (es) wrote: my whole family loved it

Miedy B (es) wrote: Great idea, bad acting. Someone needs to remake it.

Noelle M (jp) wrote: terrible, extremly terrible

Dylan P (ca) wrote: A fun silly and overall awesome movie. I found it to be very funny most of all werewolf Mussolini who was incredible. It isn't for everyone those who hate crude humor and silly movies will hate it but for those who like this sort of thing this is a masterpiece.

Austin F (kr) wrote: 89% This sequel knew how to do a sequel right. By keeping the same elements that made the first one good, and then adding even more. It has more than enough memorable characters, moments, and well timed jokes, making it just as good, if not better than its predecessor.

stefano l (es) wrote: I expected critics to fail this movie, but not till this 14%! The best part was surely the strong critic to the charitable organization, but the rest was just romance and also badly done. The idea of jumping 5 years every time the camera "changed direction" would be nice, but only if supported by some facts in the script or in the story that could be linked together with just a small of decency.

Jake A (kr) wrote: By no means perfect but with a solid cast, plenty of thrills, really good action, a decent score and a nice build up make this solid entertainment.

JeanPaul F (us) wrote: Beautiful and touching.

jon i (de) wrote: its all about eskimos i like this one

Asa B (kr) wrote: Far, far too long and slow for me. There were a couple of excellent chapters (The Tatar raid and Bell casting) that stand out while the others threaten to send you to sleep.

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David C (es) wrote: This slow-paced film explores the love-hate relationship between a young, hedonistic King Henry II (Peter O'Toole) and his brooding, philosophical friend Thomas Becket (Richard Burton). The casting seems perfect, but O'Toole is often caught chewing the scenery and there is surprisingly little chemistry between he and Burton. The dialogue and characterizations are overwrought. O'Toole would reprise the character of Henry II to great effect in "The Lion in Winter" (1968), which features a more forceful script.

Tom G (de) wrote: When making a movie and you don't know how to end it, just confuse the crap out of your audience and call it a day.