Harry & Son
Widower Harry Keach is a construction worker who was raised to appreciate the importance of working for a living. He takes a dim view of his sensitive son Howard's lackadaisical lifestyle and has a strained relationship with his daughter Nina as he does not approve of her husband. When Harry is fired from his job, his life changes drastically as he is made to focus on the relationships around him.
- Stars:Paul Newman, Robby Benson, Ellen Barkin, Wilford Brimley, Judith Ivey, Ossie Davis, Morgan Freeman, Katherine Borowitz, Maury Chaykin, Joanne Woodward, Michael Brockman, Cathy Cahill, Robert Goodman, Tom Nowicki, Claudia Robinson,
- Director:Paul Newman,
- Writer:Ronald Buck (screen story and screenplay), Paul Newman (screen story and screenplay), Raymond DeCapite (novel)
Harry Keach has been widowed for two years and works as a demolition crane operator on a demolition crew. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Harry & Son torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Powerful and evocative, with such important stories to tell. I couldn't look away.
(de) wrote: worth a watch...well presented rational movie
(ca) wrote: Amazing realism. Oshri Cohen could have received an Oscar nod for Best Actor if this had been seen by more people. I love Israeli cinema.
(gb) wrote: My first Kusturica movie. I love his humor, kindda silly but yet sarcastic. You cant stop laughing. And it has a meaning. I'll definitely watch more his works.
(de) wrote: "Quit while you're ahead". The first Austin Powers was good and funny. But on the third Austin Powers they've lost what made the original so good, and now are focusing on childish toilet humor. Still there are some funny moments, and it's watchable, but I got so turned off by them catering to 6 year olds that I lost interest. I'm glad they ended the series at this one. And please, no more Fat Bastard huh? Geez...
(mx) wrote: This movie is the definition of the Straw Man argument. There are some good speeches, but the movie is essentially a 1 hr and 30 min lecture directed at the audience. The main characters rail against the bad behavior of the new guy and give him unsolicited advice which he never seems to get, but this character seems merely to serve as the Straw Man that the writer built up and then proceeds to tear down. "See this guy I just made up? He sucks. Don't act like him." We are repeatedly told throughout the movie. But there is no indication that this guy represents anything but an amalgamation of the writer's own pet peeves, and the ultimate impression is that the movie is an opportunity for the writer to unload on his own made up character. Amazingly, he got some big stars to participate in his fantasy beat down.
(it) wrote: Time has only strengthened the appeal of this minor masterpiece. If you liked it 25 years ago you'll absolutely love it now.
(nl) wrote: Why did the guy fill the squirt gun with water? Who can't tell the muzzle of a gun from the muzzle of a squirt gun? Who hands their room key to the desk clerk when he goes out instead of just keeping it on him? What desk clerk immediately forgets someone just putting a key on the desk? Someone cannot have a shard of glass in their hand and not feel it. People can feel an ant crawling on their hand. People don't talk about a murder they just committed in front of a taxi driver. Genius con men return to the bar the mark knows about to divvy up the loot. Yeah-no. mamet takes liberties with reality that are story killers.
(mx) wrote: A really fun movie that is carried by three wonderful performances. The movie gets a bit more violent and dark towards the end than expected or that I felt necessary, but the movie ended the way it should have and it is a highly entertaining film from beginning to end. It's not a perfect movie, but with such great characters and acting I loved this movie.
(br) wrote: Preposterous from start to finish, littered with too many gags, in-jokes and exaggerated performances - it's a movie that's hard to love but equally hard to hate. It is at least entertaining but seems to have difficulty deciding it's own tone at times. Occasionally serious, mostly silly but always fun.
(it) wrote: "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein" really gets the Branagh treatment. A lot of it is very good, and the rest is so excessive, extravagant and ridiculous that you can't help but laugh.
(nl) wrote: It doesn't break a lot of new ground, but it's a fun Action film with entertaining performances. Kept my attention and delivered what I expected.
(kr) wrote: Limp young romance in the English countryside as some international tensions develop into actual firefights on the homefront. I spent the whole film waiting for something to happen, anything. I should better have made popcorn.