Missing in America

Missing in America

A haunted Vietnam veteran, living in exile in the forests of the Pacific Northwest, is faced with a life-changing decision after he is visited by a former platoon member and his young Amerasian daughter.

A haunted Vietnam veteran (Danny Glover), living in exile in the forests of the Pacific Northwest, is faced with a life-changing decision after he is visited by a former platoon member (... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Missing in America torrent reviews

Stephanie L (es) wrote: Will make you want to bake bread, or at the very least eat some.

Cedric L (us) wrote: Samuel L. Jackson is fantastic in a rewatchable sports drama.

Patrick S (ca) wrote: Waters' queer slapstick colorfully decorates this film about a young photographer's rise to fame.

Ralph R (mx) wrote: I think I'll have a turnip, Monroe.

cailin b (it) wrote: favorite kid movie ever but a little bit sad

William D (es) wrote: My God, there's another one. Another wonderful Joan Crawford movie that has been completely forgotten. I've lost count now of how many I have found. "Daisy Kenyon" from director Otto Preminger may have a bad title, but it's an interesting film. It's a serious drama looking at the complexities of the human heart. Crawford plays a woman in love with a married man (Dana Andrews). Whereas most 1940s films took a melodramatic approach to this subject matter, "Daisy" never becomes a weepie. It looks relatively deeply into its characters to examine their struggles. It wrestles in a very adult way with the complexities of imperfect marriages. Made just after World War II, the film includes Henry Fonda as a somewhat shell-shocked vet trying to reintegrate into domestic life, feeling just a bit off-kilter. Fonda's lonely, disoriented character provides wonderful added dimensions that compassionately consider the plight of a million young men trying to deal with inner demons while acting as normal as possible. Why has a movie with so much intelligence and heart been so forgotten? I suspect that that "Mommie Dearest" thing did irrevocable damage to Crawford's reputation. Americans can't see her anymore without thinking of that. It's too bad. She may have been a monster at home. But she had an extraordinary movie career and made a stunning array of films that were wonderful.

Jimmy F (kr) wrote: Michael Douglas plays a rich businessman who wants to hunt. Therefore he has a young guide with him. Things start to get freaky when Douglas accidently kills a loner in the desert. He has to silence the young guide and he will do anything to do that. Michael Douglas is amazing in this role.

Ryan H (ag) wrote: It almost feels like Eastwood didn't have to do anything for this movie since the assembled cast is so phenomenal. Everyone is in peak form for this movie. It's dark, it's gritty, it's powerful. Still my favorite Eastwood direct film to this day.