Harold and Maude

Harold and Maude

The young Harold lives in his own world of suicide-attempts and funeral visits to avoid the misery of his current family and home environment. Harold meets an 80-year-old woman named Maude who also lives in her own world yet one in which she is having the time of her life. When the two opposites meet they realize that their differences don’t matter and they become best friends and love each other.

The film centers on Harold is a young boy attempts to gain his mother's attention. He is always obsessed the death. One day, his life changed absoluetly when he encounters a 79-year-old woman at a funeral. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Harold and Maude torrent reviews

Antonio R (mx) wrote: Siempre es un deleite ver a Catherine Deneuve

Brian S (ru) wrote: A big budget reference to the low budget horror movies of the 70's and 80's. It's a nice zombie movie, the acting is good and the bood effects are plentyful, but they are badly done on perpose to reference the older horror movies. I like the cheap grindhouse quality in this film, it gives it a nice touch of creativity and it's also full of action. Recommended !!

Andrew S (nl) wrote: The magic of this film is precisely how uncomfortable males will find this movie. Very rarely is the female perspective captured in such gratuitous detail.

Noname (mx) wrote: A good crime thriller with the great Laurence Fishburne and fairly actor Cole Hauser from a few big movies. Story follows a undercover agent in a dangerous crime world.. Interesting plot from start til end and worth seeing for sure.

Dean K (nl) wrote: This was ok for a low budget horror with a very strange story and plot. The cgi is awful for the dream sequences but it can be forgiven. Quite bloody in places with a creepy bad guy and cute female lead. Silly at times but there is far worse out there trust me!!

Robyn M (ag) wrote: Priceless is 60's glamour, visually breathtaking with a touch of slapstick humor making the french film an odd pairing but a great risk with film making.Audrey Tatou is marvelous, sweet and coniving... and but most of all she's frightend of committment. The film isn't about fame and fortune as much as its about the true value of selfworth and unconditional love between two people. The storyline throws curveballs and offers a new take on passion and fullfilment. I

Robert B (kr) wrote: Absolutely brilliant and insightful documentary about life in a barrio outside Medellin, Colombia in 2003. The filmmakers put their own lives at risk to make this incredible video which unflinchingly, yet compassionately, examines the lives of three young people who seek their own personal salvations through sex, drugs, and violence - all the while working to preserve their humanity. I cannot recommend this documentary highly enough.

Ali S (au) wrote: I thought this was pretty bad. There's probably good reason that I had never heard of it before. While I appreciate what they tried to do - make a movie highlighting the real life struggles of little people - they failed miserably in the execution. It seemed so contrived and the acting wasn't particularly good either.

Oscar S (nl) wrote: Colorful and raw movie like the frida's art.

Trevor J (nl) wrote: Walters is exceptional in her portrayal as a northern irish mother in the 70s. With high drama and a typical working class humour of the period this is a must see for anyone wanting an introduction into life during the troubles.

Jennifer H (es) wrote: Could only get through about 45 minutes of this. The horrible casual racial slurs, boring one dimensional depiction of women & lack of real chemistry between the leads was most disappointing. I'm a movie buff & was most interrested to see this movie that I somehow missed seeing back in the day. But I was taken aback at the lack of humour too. I realise that racial walls were being torn down, so it was good in that respect, but there just wasn't enough to hold me.

Muhammad K (au) wrote: I think this movie is worth watching . This movie has 3 great actors .

Augustine H (ca) wrote: Loosely based on William Shakespeare's The Tempest, Forbidden Planet remains an important science fiction after more than 50 years. Just think of the robot shall you see its soul prevails in Star Wars, if not Interstellar.

Calib M (de) wrote: It's rare accomplishment for any kind of filmmaker, whether he might be a veteran of this medium or just newcomer starting out, to create a kind of engaging, endlessly-fascinating environment that Proyas brought to the screen in The Crow. Now, with his follow-up movie, ''Dark City'', the director incredibly manages to one-up himself. 1998's ''Dark City'' is quite a remarkable film also quite a cerebral film. You really have to pay attention if you want to follow the plotline perfectly. I feel like i have to see it again to fully enjoy and immerse myself into the full experience that is ''Dark City''The writing is excellent, original, mysterious, surprising, thrilling and dense. The performances are very solid, e.g Rufus Sewell as the paranoid leading man who suffers from memory-loss, Kiefer Sutherland as the peculiar doctor, John Hurt as the hard-headed detective, and Jennifer Connely as the ''wife'' of Sewell's character.''Dark City'' has lots of remarkable scenes, but the one that stands out the most is the boat ride scene with Murdoch, Bumstead and Schreber. That scene hits you like a ton of bricks. However, it is quite expositional.A tiny detail i noticed (that i loved, and i hope is an intention reference) was in an opening shot that approaches the hotel window behind which we meet Murdoch. The window is a circular dome in a rectangular frame. As clearly as possible, it looks like the "face" of Hal 9000 in "2001: A Space Odyssey" Hal was a computer that understood everything, except what it was to be human and have emotions. "Dark City" considers the same theme in a film that creates a completely artificial world in which humans teach themselves to be themselves.The two (slight) problems i had is that the movie is original and has lots of creative ideas, but actually really isnt that original (it's not that Dark City itself was unoriginal, more that the themes expressed in it have been explored in a variety of movies since, and before the movie's been released. Possibly making it a transformative work for the time, but less impactful watching it as a modern viewer.?), it's like an assembly of a whole lot of other films, and Proyas has done that with meticulous precision. Movies that come to mind that have a lot of the same elements are (Some will be movies that were released subsequently but still): Brazil, Metropolis, The Matrix, The Truman Show, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, The City of the Lost Children, M, Nosferatu, Inception, Memento, The Game, Total Recall, Blade Runner, The Twilight Zone, Kafka, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, and maybe even a little bit of Batman and The Fifth Element. This doesnt make this movie bad at all, but it was quite obvious and noticed it quite some times throughout watching the film. The other slight problem being, that it can be quite confusing to watch and you really need to have your head in the game, otherwise you will be lost in the story. A second viewing will most likely be very rewarding.''Dark City'' is not a story so much as an experience, it is a triumph of art direction, set design, cinematography, special effects and imagination.

Ken S (us) wrote: Sort of entertaining just for the novelty of it all, but its lackluster plot and practically nonexistent scares (or even creepy tone) really drag the film down. Bela Lugosi is absolutely crappy as the Monster, no idea how he landed the role. It starts off as a sort of decent Wolf Man sequel, but once it's plot starts to involve him needing Dr. Frankenstein for some reason, and finding the Monster...it just sort of loses something...mostly because Lugosi is dreadful. I wish that Chaney would have gotten a few straight Wolf Man sequels, but he ended up trying his hand at each famous Universal Monster, and only appearing as the Wolf Man in Monster Team-up films. Still these films are almost always good fun when October rolls around.

Mert Y (br) wrote: too much unnecessary butt-kicking, no laughs.

Tim R (ca) wrote: Temple of Doom is for those hoping for adventure! Dark and thrilling action spectacle!

Francois C (nl) wrote: Disturbing, extremly slow paced and extremely depressing. Although this movie has great scenery and cinematography it suffers storywise. The premise is interesting, but the story telling ends up feeling hollow.

Sandy K (fr) wrote: On one hand, it's refreshing to see a story focusing on an older couple in a long, loving marriage. But this is slow moving, and ultimately Kate's reactions to the revelations about her husband's relationship to another women prior to the two of them knowing each other seems inexplicably overwrought.