The Aviator

The Aviator

A 1920s mail pilot and a rich man's daughter crash-land on a mountain full of hungry wolves.

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The Aviator torrent reviews

Rosco M (au) wrote: great action from Scott

Andrew M (fr) wrote: It's My Girl meets Wizard of Oz meets 500 Days of Summer. Brilliantly gorgeous and pristine to the core. Any indie-goer is bound to adulate this organic piece of art that resonates memory, loss, wonder, and love. Hagan and Vickers are perfectly cast as unlikely, different-aged kids who both obsess and fantasize of their unknown, inchoate, or unfortunate past. Through this similitude, they gambol, muse, and communicate in a refreshingly humble and truthful manner. The painstakingly slow pace picks up speed towards the end when both realize it's best to move forward in a healthy direction than to settle in the mysterious past. I would've liked to witness some more substantial breakthroughs and developments with the leads, as the bike rides and arbitrary debauchery grew old quickly. A terrific debut effort by Jeter.

JeanPaul F (it) wrote: The mood of this film is set very strong and continues to be set strong throughout... not in a good way. Some of the deliberate slow flashback take away the intensity of the actual story. Style sometimes over powers the story.Performances are top notch here.

Mike C (ag) wrote: The characters are very likable, the love triangle doesn't use up too much screen time, and the final act was a lot more suspenseful than I would have guessed. I'm honestly kind of surprised I didn't hear about this movie earlier. Watch it!

Dennis L (es) wrote: this is a nonsense drama.

Alex H (ru) wrote: Cashing in on (and blatantly ripping off) the mega-successful Jurassic Park, Roland Emmerich's film is an insulting transmogrification of the original Godzilla parable into one of history's least engaging disaster films.

Lee M (ca) wrote: So muddled and frustrating in its storytelling that you might feel tempted to give up on the film halfway through.

Timothy E (ag) wrote: With the rather disturbing plot point driving the previous entry ommitted, this one proves a cut above the original (albeit it isn't as scary or unnerving). It also proves to be a scene-for-scene copying of Aliens, so there are few surprises along the way. It is enjoyable as a so-bad-it's-good flick, and certainly what we've grown to expect from Roger Corman. That having been said, take it with a grain of salt, or don't bother with it to begin with.

Cesar V (ag) wrote: Yul Brynner as Taras Bulba is enough reason to see this epic movie of honor, love, war and betrayal with brave and rowdy cossacks and arrogant Polish knights. A classic adventure.

Andrew M (nl) wrote: Dr. Seuss' The Lorax is entertaining and brilliant. When I first saw this movie I didn't really get it, but now the movie makes perfect sense. This movie has an amazing plot. I would suggest this for little kids because of Dr. Seuss, but for you adults you will love it because it has such a story behind it. I would suggest this movie.

Edward L (gb) wrote: Most of this movie is wasted on a fictional white guy who clearly has mental health issues. The contributions that the Navajo made to the war effort are treated as an after thought. Wasted opportunity. An insult to some very brave men.