"Stonewall" is a drama about a young man in New York caught up during the 1969 Stonewall Riots, a pivotal event widely considered the starting point for the modern gay civil rights movement.

Stonewall follows Danny Winters, a fictional young man whose political awakening and coming of age during the days and weeks, which leads him to the 1969 Stonewall Riots, the violent clash that kicked off the gay rights movement in New York City. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Stonewall torrent reviews

Martin D (nl) wrote: Another good Donnie Yen film. At this rate, he'll have a better movie back catalog than Jet Li. And that's a hell of a thing for me to say! Awesome (and I mean awesome) kung fu wire work as well. Best I've seen by a mile.

Kimberley D (ag) wrote: The worst bit has to be when that guy pulls his own skin off!!!!!

Alan V (ca) wrote: Excellent portrait of a man and his impact on American history.

Jeff A (nl) wrote: Seems infinitely more traditional than Frozen but is very lush and engaging with a very taut climax.

Ibraheem M (de) wrote: A film exploring the drama that arouses between an old man and a young man befriending each other. It becomes very predictable after watching a lot of movies of its kind ("Good Will Hunting", "Scent of a Woman", "Gran Torino").

Eduardo C (br) wrote: There are moments in this film that are so searing, of such brutal honesty, that it becomes difficult to keep watching. Both leads absolutely bare (both literally and figuratively) themselves on screen, bravely, encompassing and embracing their fucked up characters. The film is structured like a killers-on-the-run road movie (Badlands, Kalifornia, Natural Born Killers) intercut with interview segments with one of the characters. The structure has its strengths and weaknesses, and the plot can be pedestrian at times, but it never betrays the characters. Michael Winterbottom has proven time and time again that he is a multi-talented director, and does an excelent job here, neither romanticizing what happens nor descending to the level of clinical study. The film is, first and foremost, empathic. I don't know who I would recommend this to, other than myself, as this is most definitely not an audience type film but independent art.

Steve J (es) wrote: I have always loved gothic English films and this is one of them. Yes, the movie is slow paced but I enjoyed the atmosphere and the relationship between Alex and Anne/Virginia. Julian Sands always brings his unique acting abilities to any character he plays and this is one of them. This is one of the first movies that I saw Suzanna Hamilton in and I absolutely love her. She has a uniqueness about her that makes her stand out and she is fantastic with playing characters with great emotion. The simplicity of the story made it all the more enjoyable.

Nicholas P (fr) wrote: utterly bizarre non-sensical '80s movie. I watched due to my willingness to watch anything with John Cusack and while I didnt hate this one it is defintely not one of the better films the '80s had to offer

Oliver N (de) wrote: Arguably the weakest in the entire 24 movie Bind franchise, Die Another Day wastes a very talented cast (including Rosamund Pike, Halle Berry and John Cleese) in an extremely cheesy action flick that only succeeds in sucking even more life out of a deflating Bond. The naff special effects can't come to the rescue in this case either; only the suave Brosnan can scrap the smallest chunk of credibility in a movie that struggles to gain any ground.Verdict: C-

Kenneth B (jp) wrote: Incredibly boring. Nothing happens. And then a little more nothing happens. People die off in fairly mundane ways that have been done better with more dramatic effect in much better movies. The entire time you're expecting some kind of awesome twist that almost every good sc-fi movie gives you, and it just doesn't come.

Kathy A (ca) wrote: Not sure if it's the writing or the directing but this is uneven at best.

Ioannis P (us) wrote: A great movie from political director Ken Loach. Half fiction and half documentary, shows in a discrete manner the situation in Nicaragua in late '80s, through the three heroes, Robert Carlyle as the Scot bus driver, Oyanka Cabezas as Carla the Nicaraguan refugee and Scott Glenn as the x-CIA American activist.All performances are superb. Robert Carlyle who does his debut with this one along with Trainspotting same year, and now considered one of the most promising British actors, shows a great transition from having the power to completely loosing it over the course of their journey to Nicaragua, till he finally changes and accepts it. And all this in a very subtle way.Oyanka Cabezas's performance is also unique even though she is non an actress and this is the only movie she ever played in. She is completely the opposite. She starts as totally helpless, even attempts to commit suicide, to finally become healed, stronger, and stay there to continue the revolution.Scott Glenn's character is the deeper and most complicated one and Glenn handles that extremely well. He is angry to what he has done and he punishes himself. When he meets George, another western person, he targets his anger towards him to realize in the end that he is not the enemy but a friend and to make up with him and maybe with himself.