In 1980, the United States Ice Hockey team's coach, Herb Brooks, put a ragtag squad of college kids up against the legendary juggernaut from the Soviet Union at the Olympic Games. Despite the long odds, Team USA carried the pride of a nation yearning for a distraction from world events. With the world watching, the team rose to the occasion, prompting broadcaster Al Michaels' now famous question to the millions viewing at home: "Do you believe in miracles?" Yes!

When college coach Herb Brooks (Kurt Russell) is hired to helm the 1980 U.S. men's Olympic hockey team, he brings a unique and brash style to the ice and eventually a victory over the seemingly invincible Russian squad. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Miracle torrent reviews

Tooba A (ru) wrote: Enjoyable, laughable, action based, and heart-felt all in a hour and a half.

(us) wrote: very weak but worth seeing

Rafael S (ca) wrote: 6 curtas, producao argentina. passe o primeiro. otemo elenco, divertidinho... passando na hbo

Erin D (es) wrote: very clever and funny

Alexander K (de) wrote: Riveting & Knuckling; A tense psycho-techno mindbending spy espionage thriller in the vain of classic James Bond era and the original nostalgia of the 70s series.. A tense masterful direction from Brian DePalma with a starstudded ensemble including a thoughtprovokin story with plenty of shocking twists and a brilliantly intelligent, insightful, and charmingly human performance bg Tom Cruise, both emotionally &, MOST impressively, physically.One of the 90s best pictures.. & one of my favorite films of all time.

Richard D (it) wrote: its a good movie I like it and hay don't pay no mind to the critics see the movie your self critics are overrated

Flower P (br) wrote: my kids love this one

Phil K (jp) wrote: Very underappreciated! Great cast

Caleb M (nl) wrote: A compelling, enlightening, and (most of all) entertaining look at the Hollywood system and it's powerful grip on both directors and actors. Two Weeks in Another Town reeks of 60s anachronisms, but at times that makes it feel like it the Hollywood-Story version of La Dolce Vita (with a happy ending). The style here is tremendous, though it never overshadows Kirk Douglas' performance. Douglas is fantastic here, playing a semi-forgotten Hollywood star, discovering his hidden talent for directing. The scenes with him directing the film begun by Ed Robinson's tyrannical director Kruger are exhilarating. While the film ends on a happy note, it isn't without it's dark spots, and even it's ending doesn't tie everything up in a bright bow. This is a fantastic film on Hollywood at an awkward time in its life, transitioning from grand spectacles showcasing gorgeous actors to creating more "realistic" and "relatable" characters and stories. It's old Hollywood cinema telling a newer, more conflicted story. At times it's breathtaking, but mostly, it's entertaining.

MF J (it) wrote: Disappointing but not entirely awful this first episode of the adventures of Lara Croft benefis from the charisma of Angelina Jolie to make everything appear more fun and likeable. This won't be remembered in a decade but right now it's fun enough.