Jack Powell suffers from an affliction that makes him grow four times faster than normal, so the 10-year-old looks like a 40-year-old man. After years of being tutored at home, Jack convinces his overprotective parents to send him to public school. The children don't know what to make of Jack, but with the help of his fifth-grade teacher, he makes an effort to win them over.

Because of an unusual aging disorder that has aged him four times faster than a normal human being, a 10-year-old boy tries to go to public school for the first time with the appearance of a 40 year old man. His physical appearance causes him lots of problems, however. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Jack torrent reviews

Karina M (ca) wrote: Love this kind of romantic movies with a hint of suspense.

Ross C (ru) wrote: I enjoyed the film, easy story line, you kinda know what's going to happen.

Sheila C (us) wrote: Captivating; very beautiful filmmaking!

Claire Sunny P (ru) wrote: still must see to close with this trilogy.. just curious why the author, Larsson died so mysteriously just like the novel..

Grant S (ca) wrote: Not as bad as many horror movies out there, but fairly mediocre nonetheless. Relies mostly on the fairly standard horror formula, and is thus quite predictable. Has its moments though, and keeps moving along, so not all dull.

Charles S (es) wrote: good, but too sentimental even for me.

Russell G (nl) wrote: It has some horror heavyweights in it, but ultimately it's a post Buffy "been there, done that" vampire tale.

Private U (au) wrote: it's a classic history of human discrimination. cool!

Scott W (ag) wrote: Wow what a boring movie. Plods along at a snails pace with a generic plot. Only thing worthwhile is Kevin Spacey's performance.

Laura L (fr) wrote: Riveting and disturbing. The cast and script were excellent. A profound film. One of Kevin Bacon's best performances.

jay n (jp) wrote: Well made but disturbing.

Austin S (gb) wrote: I loved this movie!!! It's the new 10 things I hate about you

Jeb E (jp) wrote: SoI can't exactly say whether Iiked this or not. It's aggressively confrontational, and it's very difficult to enjoy in any conventional sense. It's difficult to empathize with the main character, a sad sack version of Turkington's Neil Hamburger persona, and difficult not to pity him. He's a sad, lonely human being, substituting an adversarial relationship with his audience for real connection. The character, named in the credits as The Comedian, finds himself in a bleak desert landscape, touring uninteresting sites between gigs at dive bars, prisons, and dirt bike rallies, occasionally trying (and failing) to reconnect with his braggart but well-meaning businessman cousin (John C Reilly), leaving increasingly hopeless voicemails for his daughter, and getting stuck in surreal situations that are meant to be taken at face value despite approaching almost Lynchian levels of weirdness. The score consists mostly of scraping, pulsating drones that ratchet up our unease at every opportunity. The movie is only rarely funny, usually when The Comedian is performing, and it can be a difficult and tedious watch at times, but it was incredibly affecting. So while I can't say I liked the movie, I'm glad I watched it and it's stuck with me.