Phantom Pain

Phantom Pain

Marc is a passionate cyclist and urban slacker who avoids work and responsibility. Marc's life changes from one moment to the next when he suffers a life-changing accident. He can either wallow in self-pity or tackle the beast called life with the help of love and willpower.

Marc (Til Schweiger) is a passionate cyclist and urban slacker whose life changes in an instant when he loses his left leg in a hit-and-run accident. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Phantom Pain torrent reviews

Daniel S (gb) wrote: an underrated Drama/Comedy that proves Van Damme can do something more serious and not action based. I have to say, I enjoyed the hell out of this film

Greg R (ca) wrote: Wait, Harold Ramis directed this film? The Harold Ramis (Ghostbusters,Caddyshack, Groundhog Day) That Harold Ramis? Look, I know it's possible for a great director to make a bad movie, but this is a really poorly executed film, it lacks anything that all the great Ramis' comedies had.

cynthia w (ru) wrote: i would love to see this when it comes out!!!!!!!!

John B (au) wrote: A fascinating documentary on a Jesus Camp run by evangelicals that provides very disturbing material outlining the brainwashing of children to adhere to a particular message. It is a reaction to Muslim extremist camps quite clearly and the intolerance instilled in the youngsters is horrible to watch.

Janette R (mx) wrote: predicable, but funny

Hugo S (br) wrote: Buena pelicula, algo absurda, pero me gusto el tinte familiar realista de Japon, realmente no hay una historia central, es un conjunto de historias alrededor de esta familia. Lo mejor es la cancion del abuelo... jejeje

Lee V (ag) wrote: Now this looks classy.

Emer L (us) wrote: Wanted to catch up on a past performance from Marisa Tomei as the family cousin, but it's Natasha Lyonne's role as Vivian that shines through this movie. Alan Arkin heads this cast as father struggling to make it in the glamour of Beverly Hills. Entertaining supporting cast from Jessica Walter, Mena Suvari, Carl Reiner and Rita Moreno. Typical R rating from the 90's but enjoyable popcorn movie!

Marena K (jp) wrote: I'm grinning to myself like an idiot, k? And I would write much better recomendation if I wasn't busy with it.

Johnny T (de) wrote: An acclaimed film back in 1988, Mississippi Burning still shines and is capable of striking a chord within you on your feelings and views on racism. With remarkable performances, aggressive direction and a cracking pace, this is superb cinema, even if the historical accuracy leaves much to be desired. Slick, well-acted thriller that nonetheless distorts the facts and looks at the civil rights movement from a strictly white perspective. Parker pushes the picture along at a fervent clip, with the character scenes back-to-back with chases or violence. The music in Mississippi Burnin is phenomenal; there are a lot of gospel songs for example the song by Vesta Williams '' Try Jesus ''. There is also a tune in the film when something bad is about to happen, when you hear it for the first time in the movie recognize the tune immediately, when you hear it you feel uncomfortable and are at the tip of your seat. The movie knows to capture the right atmosphere for a movie with such a theme like this one has. It means that the movie has some effective cinematography and picked some good settings. Its strength is that whilst dramatizing the hot bed of racism in the 60s it still manages to deliver an entertaining storyline which means you want to watch and when you want to watch you take it all in. The performances were great, Hackman, Dafoe and McDormand shine, as well as the rest of the supporting cast. Alan Parker's direction is superb in this film, making the rest fall into place and coming up with big results.VERDICT: "High-Quality Stuff" - [Positive Reaction] This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent. (Films that are rated 3.5 or 4 stars)

Matthew R (es) wrote: An excellent continuation of Apu's story. A movie fraught with tragedy and coming of age.

Ryan K (br) wrote: Classic romantic drama set in Paris in the late 50's, starring Paul Newman and Sidney Poitier as great American jazz musicians whose live become complicated by their meeting and falling in love with two vacationing American women. Shot in glorious black and white with a fantastic soundtrack, and with a supporting role by the great Louis Armstrong. The spontaneous live jam session that happens between all the musicians when Satchmo shows up at their night club, trumpet in hand and players in tow, is fantastic. A well done, enjoyable film of the time, especially if you like jazz.