Sailor

Sailor

The portrait of an egotistical, politically incorrect, misanthropic academic, and his torrid romantic entanglements. An anti-hero who may or may not be a skewed alter ego of Norman Leto, Sailor's one-man-band director.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:101 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:Polish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:Sailor 2010 full movies, Sailor torrents movie

The portrait of an egotistical, politically incorrect, misanthropic academic, and his torrid romantic entanglements. An anti-hero who may or may not be a skewed alter ego of Norman Leto, Sailor's one-man-band director. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kiseon P (us) wrote: Train to Busan offers well written characters you care about, and mature themes pulling your heart strings, but doesnt skip on the action, intensity, and fantastic direction.

Troy K (it) wrote: Yes the acting is bad, the story has holes and it's very predictable, but it was scary enough and interesting enough to keep me watching all the way until the twist ending...watch it.

Johnny L (br) wrote: <3 melhor filme de sbado

Camille L (mx) wrote: Peu de films ont autant d'ides que Rapture-Palooza. Dans les 20 premires minutes, on se prendrait presque croire au chanon manquant entre This is the End et un film acceptable. Anna Kendrick y est absolument fabuleuse, mais c'est le moment o l'intrigue se met en branle. Et le Diable, jou par un abominable Craig Robinson prend alors tout le temps d'cran et le film tombe dans la facilit la plus crasse et la plus oubliable. L o il posait de vraies bonnes questions dans sa premire demi-heure, Rapture-Palooza se fourvoie dans la vulgarit gratuite et la btise absolue au moment o il devrait tre transgressif. On note un bon passage de Ken Jeong en Dieu et un Rob Corddry toujours performant, mais en l'tat, Rapture-Palooza ne mrite rien de mieux que l'oubli poli.

Scott M (gb) wrote: I would love to trash this movie, but the truth is this is a brilliant movie slightly Hollywoodized but at the same time solid acting solid writing, tugged at my heartstrings. Screw you Jake Gyllenhaal you brilliant bastard. and everyone else's movie brilliant brilliant brilliant.

Troy M (ca) wrote: Not bad for a B grade movie. When I saw that Rey Mysterio was the star I thought how cool. Not as cool as I had thought, as its Rey Mysterio Senior, not the current WWE wrestler. Still the movie wasn't too bad for a fairly low budget picture, an interesting take on the horror theme, a refreshing idea - a luchador wrestling maniac. Not much wrestling though.

Carlo P (us) wrote: A prefect example of how video game movies should be.

Shawnkenya S (ru) wrote: I'm a big romance fan I absolutely enjoyed this movie

Francis T (fr) wrote: A tense and insightful look at a man's exploding ego, and alienation of everyone around him.

Noname (ag) wrote: I like H Ford and Josh and the both have made great movies but this was very boring. Bad story and no action almost.

bill s (jp) wrote: Fun little remake and one of the last decent movies either actress have been in.

Private U (nl) wrote: I loved this when it came out, it's strange but cool.

Brad S (ru) wrote: This movie from Aki Kaurismaki is just a ton of fun. The film is very amusing and moves at a quick pace, and is only 79mins long. The story is about a Siberian band seeking fame in America after failing in their homeland. it's essentially a travel film and is quite amusing as they stop and play and several American bars during their journey. i quite enjoyed it, give it a shot!

Ola G (jp) wrote: Oliver Cromwell (Richard Harris) is a courageous and God-fearing country squire, magistrate and former member of Parliament. King Charles I's (Alec Guinness) policies, including the enclosing of common land for the use of wealthy landowners and the introduction of "Popish" and "Romish" rituals into the Church of England, have become increasingly annoying to many, including Cromwell. In fact Charles regards himself as a devout Anglican, permitting his French Queen to practise Roman Catholicism in private but forbidding her to bring up the young Prince of Wales in that faith. Cromwell plans to take his family to the New World, but, on the eve of their departure, he is persuaded by his friends to stay and resume a role in politics. Charles has summoned Parliament for the first time in eleven years, as he needs money in order to fight wars against the Scots and the Irish. Although he reluctantly agrees to execute his hated adviser the Earl of Strafford, the Parliament of England will still not grant him his requests unless he agrees to reforms that could lead to a constitutional monarchy. Committed to the divine right of kings, and under pressure from his queen to stand firm, Charles refuses. When he attempts to arrest five members of Parliament, war breaks out in England itself, Parliament against the king, both sides convinced that God is on their side. When the Parliamentary forces in which Cromwell is a cavalry officer proved ineffective, he sets up the New Model Army and soon turns the tide against the king. Charles goes so far as to call on help from Catholic nations, which disgusts his Protestant supporters. He is finally defeated but, a brave man in his own way, he still refuses to give in to the demands of Cromwell and his associates for a system of government in which Parliament will have as much say in the running of the country as the king. Cromwell-who has had to maintain discipline in the highly politicised New Model Army by hanging a ringleader of an incipient mutiny-later hears from Sir Edward Hyde, the king's once-loyal adviser, that Charles has secretly been raising a Catholic army to resume the war against Parliament. He and his supporters thus have Charles put on trial for treason. Charles, found guilty and sentenced to death, faces execution bravely and even his most ardent critics are moved by his dignity. There is little celebration or satisfaction over his death, even on Cromwell's part. However, Parliament soon proves itself just as useless in governing the country and, like the late king, Cromwell is forced to undertake a coup d'etat. But where Charles failed, Cromwell succeeds: his troops remove the MPs from the House of Commons, leaving Cromwell sitting symbolically alone in the Chamber as virtual dictator.Cromwell is based on the life of Oliver Cromwell who led the Parliamentary forces during the English Civil War and, as Lord Protector, ruled Great Britain and Ireland in the 1650s. When I got hold of this dvd, which I havent seen before, but red about, I knew it would be good as Richard Harris and Alec Guinness has the leading roles. This is a kind of classic epic and historical drama with big battles, lavishcostumes, great sets, great acting and a great in depth study of history from all sorts of angles. I have always liked Richard Harris, an actor with massive presence and intensity. Something we see in "Cromwell" from scene one. The same goes for the great Alec Guinness. I truly enjoyed "Cromwell" and I was pleased to get an even stronger knowledge of the English Civilwar, Oliver Cromwell, The New Model Army and The Roundheads.

Daniel P (ag) wrote: I'm more or less sure that I saw this, and I'm more or less sure that I wouldn't again.

Chris Q (br) wrote: Absolutely amazing and one of the best movies ever made.

Sam M (ru) wrote: I'm not a tough critic but this film was a letdown. There's some real craft here, but the story isn't interesting and the film left me feeling cold (literally and figuratively). Best not to see it at all.

O T (kr) wrote: I remember this as one of my favorite romantic movies not involving anything fantastical, magical, or undead.

Jiri B (it) wrote: Not bad for a video game adaptation. If you haven't played the game series, you might miss out on the subtle details that are missing.

Gimly M (mx) wrote: I'm not gonna pretend I've got a full handle on the events that just unfolded in The Long Good Friday, but I do know that I enjoyed them.