Popeye is a super-strong, spinach-scarfing sailor man who's searching for his father. During a storm that wrecks his ship, Popeye washes ashore and winds up rooming at the Oyl household, where he meets Olive. Before he can win her heart, he must first contend with Olive's fiancé, Bluto.

Looking for the father (Ray Walston) who deserted him as a baby, a sailor named Popeye (Robin Williams) journeys to the port town of Sweethaven. Along the way, he vies with the rough Bluto for the affections of Olive Oyl and adopts the young Sweet Pea. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Popeye torrent reviews

Samir S (us) wrote: An interesting point of view... And too dangerous if it's true...

Alex M (gb) wrote: Just like the game show and kept you on suspense while telling a story that feels so real

Jennifer W (au) wrote: This is a pretty sad movie, really. I think Agnes Bruckner is great in this, as the "troubled" young girl Meg. David Strathairn, who played the slightly creepy teacher, also did a fantastic job. I really believed the characters and the emotions they portrayed. A moving movie.

Libia L (ag) wrote: Fantastic music! I like how Wenders mixes the dreaminess of the music against the portrait of the City. Anyway, I love Wenders but since the Million Dollar Hotel, he is not quite himself....

DONT ADD ME just message me (gb) wrote: it was ok. kim basinger... HOT!!!

David L (au) wrote: Gorillas in the Mist does have weaker characterization, not that good editing and one repulsive and too violent scene, but this is mostly such a good movie that is important for its story, but also very emotional and even devastating at times. It is also beautiful to look at and it features probably the finest performance in Sigourney Weaver's career.

Nathaniel O (au) wrote: Great 80's movie staring Danny Devito and Bette Midler if you haven't seen it you should.

Angel G (it) wrote: First Winona film and a classic that brings me back to grade school.

Evgeniy Gal F (au) wrote: As far as detective stories go, this movie is definitely good. Yet in other aspects it suffered less than perfect writing and plot structure. Acting quality however saved the day in the end.Denzel Washington is a big deal in this movie, since his role and portray of the Doug Carlin is the reason this movie is worth watching. With the support of Paula Patton, acting excellently as well, Washington provides us with a character you can root for. You really want him to be the last man standing and this is why this movie is good.The plot has a few holes, and the idea on which the story is constructed is very interesting, on the one hand, yet lacking in depth on the other. It would be much enjoyable for both drama fans as well as thrill seekers, if it was better written.Though the scientific background for the idea in the movie is virtually non-existent, even in the futuristic fiction form, is not very realistic this movie still manages to be interesting for science geeks.The story also addresses the concept of Dj vu in a fun way, providing a unique theory to what really causes it. As a core idea it is fun to ponder on, yet I wished there was a cleverer and direct reference in the movie to that subject.The detective of the aspect is done best. There is mystery almost to the very end and the surprising plot twists are actually well fashioned. A movie that is described as mystery adventure has to live up to certain standards and in this aspect the writers did a good job.Regardless of the disadvantage in the plot I still consider it to be a good movie. In the end of the day we come to the cinema to be entertained, and this movie defiantly does the job in that field. I genuinely enjoyed it. So the verdict here is B+.

Brett B (jp) wrote: A star-studded precursor to the disaster film craze that hit in the 1970s, AIRPORT is much more a soap opera-y drama than a true disaster story, though it certainly sets the template (a dozen-or-so subplots, all featuring A-list talent, against the backdrop of some kind of misadventure). The movie's very conventional in the way it goes about weaving its storylines together, and none of them are particularly compelling, but the acting is solid (particularly from Van Heflin, Helen Hayes, and George Kennedy), and Alfred Newman's score is a powerhouse, with a swaggering main theme and some lovely, light jazz-inflected quieter moments. The films sequels take the basic premise into infinitely more outlandish - and, yes, more entertaining - directions.

John T (fr) wrote: I found this version very very very dull and boring.

A H (mx) wrote: i think this movie is great, julia roberts performence strong

Don V (us) wrote: Not bad. Had its moments.