Greetings from Tim Buckley

Greetings from Tim Buckley

A young Jeff Buckley (Penn Badgley) struggles to make peace with his late father Tim's legacy while preparing to perform at a tribute concert to the late singer-songwriter, in this stirring drama about the prelude to the tragically short-lived singer's creation of his monumental albumĀ Grace.

A chronicle of the days leading up to Jeff Buckley's performance at his father's tribute concert in 1991. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Greetings from Tim Buckley torrent reviews

Cade H (au) wrote: Dogtooth is an intense, artistic, cryptic film that follows a family, who has kept their 3 kids confined to their home for their whole lives. The mother and father raised the kids and taught them whatever they wanted without any influence from the outside world. It is really interesting to see how they taught them many odd things and the strange life that they live. The film is very slow moving but each scene has something intriguing that makes you think "what the hell". Some parts are hard to watch as it is brutal and so strange and to think that this kind of thing could easily be taking place right in our own city. The film is foreign so subtitles are abound, but because of the slow pace and at times very little words, it does not detract from the film at all. Toward the end it got pretty intense but the ending, left it on such a cliffhanger, leaving you wanting more, that was a let down. Dogtooth is not light hearted and won't be liked by everyone but I found it intriguing and enthralling while being so strange and creepy as well.

Jakob L (ru) wrote: An alright movie although the directing was poor and sloppy in the action scenes. The dragrace part was just horrific.But then again, and even though I despise Swedish films, I am a sucker for struggle and sacrifice so I still found myself somewhat touched even though it at time lacked logic and at time didn't follow up on what happened in the story. In stead it usually let things slip.

Eliana L (mx) wrote: One of the best Italian comedies Ive seen. Separate stories telling the different phases of love, from falling in to falling out, helped by very good actors and realistic plot. Finally, an Italian movie with no undressed women used as a pretext to appeal what seems to be the only target left for movie makers, being men with no brain.

David G (mx) wrote: I couldn't believe my eyes and ears... Very funny

Parsa F (jp) wrote: There was a 1st one?

Marnie Z (ca) wrote: Boring. I like Matt Dillon and James Caan but this just seemed to go on and on...I never have wanted to go to Thailand and this movie confirmed that thought - omg - the music - brutal. I also found that there was absolutely no chemistry between Matt Dillon and the girl he ended up with.

Jake A (gb) wrote: Though it has its flaws this is an entertaining comedy that has some laughs, has an interesting plot and keeps your attention throughout. Though to be honest Goldie Hawn is the best thing about this film.

JDC VLT (nl) wrote: oh no a beast - shoot em with a gun morons!!

Martin T (mx) wrote: Some pretty cool stuff, neat ideas. Generally well-paced and well-made. With slightly better actors, a lot more money, and someone to polish up the script, this could be a really good movie.

Cody C (es) wrote: Much better than the first Marple movie. That one drags, whereas this one is light and fun and simple. And Rutherford seems much more comfortable in the role.

Alma N (au) wrote: Una gran pelicula del buen cine Mexicano... no le da comida al diablo, no le comparte a Dios, pero a la muerte... si... una fabula genial!!

Orlok W (kr) wrote: The Psycho/Phantom of Union Station--Textbook kidnap-plot and YES the kidnap victim really is quite annoying!!

Mark P (ag) wrote: Timeless comedians and timeless comedy

Jason M (jp) wrote: Sandler is starting to go downhill. Big Daddy isn't funny and it's a mesh of styles that don't go well together.


John N (jp) wrote: A horror/mystery film with an intriguing idea and some nice moments. However, it's length of 115 minutes makes the film too overbearing to enjoy. Also, the subjective shots from the wolves' perspective were interesting at first, but quickly became tiresome as they were often used to help create tension during the death scenes.

Blake P (ag) wrote: Ann Sutton (Tierney) is a gorgeous socialite married to an extremely successful psychoanalyst (Conte). After shoplifting a pin due to her kleptomania, she's soon rescued by a mysterious hypnotist, who insists he begin treating her. Unknown to Ann, the man is actually more interested in having her do some illegal favors for him-- which goes great-- until she ends up getting caught in a murder rap. Though he's guilty, she's the prime suspect. Though I thought "Whirlpool" was decent, it is by far my least favorite of the long list of Gene Tierney-Otto Preminger noirs. Psychology was a very big topic back in the '40's-- nobody understood it, and it ended up being on the most money making "genres" back in the '40's. What I did like about "Whirlpool", is that it's so different from the others. Most were other movies of mentally disturbed patients, usually with actresses bent on imitating Olivia de Havilland's grand performance in "The Snake Pit". But this is a different movie. Instead, we have a murderous psychoanalyst, which had not happened yet, and still, the "genre" had still not crossed paths with film noir. With all faults aside, this is almost a groundbreaking movie, in a sense that at the time it was something so new. Forget Tierney's ugly wardrobe, Conte's miscast, and some of the camp, and you'll be seeing an entertaining, sharply directed and written noir that even has great performances to boot. "Whirpool" has many flaws, but it's still worth your time.