Aiming to be an in-depth study of hooliganism (both in act and in what it is to be one), director Donal MacIntyre, a former undercover journalist who was once under assignment as a hooligan himself, asks why hooliganism came to be and also why, of all sports, it’s so closely associated with football (http://moviefarm.co.uk).
Hooligan is a documentary film directed by Donal MacIntyre, Gerry Easter. Sean Bean (Game of Thrones, The Lord of the Rings series) presents one of the hardest hitting films on football violence ever made. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hooligan torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Michael Shannon has proved his one of the most under-rated actors around
(de) wrote: really really great! sad but true to life
(de) wrote: If a movie could have such a thing as "tactical dialogue" this would be it. Kilmer classic written by the king of sharp dialogue David Mamet. Those that like more understated military references would surely enjoy.
(it) wrote: JAMAIS j'ai russi couter ce film TROP PLAT !!!!
(nl) wrote: with pacing this bad, the only reason to watch is for the cast.
(nl) wrote: Better than most people give it credit for. Less of a horror movie and more of a mystery thriller, Spiral follows as an investigation into the events of Ring as the cycle evolves and goes ever deeper into culture, society and the human psyche.
(kr) wrote: 85%Saw this on 23/2/16Dustin Hoffman gives his career best performance and although in a small role, Meryl Streep also manages to make her mark, not to mention the performance of child actor Justin Henry. It doesn't take sides and its effective as a father-son relationship drama which also doesn't use melodrama to establish its themes. However, in the end, the film just doesn't seem to be that satisfying, with a predictable ending, mostly because no ending can properly justify the premise.
(us) wrote: Quirky and twisted, but amusingly creative and entertaining!
(es) wrote: My favorite movie of all time. I love the story of John Dunbar during the Civil War and how he helped and cared for the Sioux Indians. Very dramatic at times, I was very impressed with Kevin Costner's directing.
(it) wrote: graphics were awful but the guy...thats all I have to say.
(br) wrote: At 87 years old, this hilarious classic has aged well.
(jp) wrote: Crap, bullshit. Stephen Sommers is the worst kind of director: does nothing for a few years as he lives off the earnings of his last project, then out of the blue produces a hugely successful but god-awful flick, only to disappear again having racked in his millions. He's not a film-maker, he's a film-raper. The poor character use and terrible acting completely suffocate this film from start to finish.