The Beaver

The Beaver

Suffering from a severe case of depression, toy company CEO Walter Black (Mel Gibson) begins using a beaver hand puppet to help him open up to his family. With his father seemingly going insane, adolescent son Porter (Anton Yelchin) pushes for his parents to get a divorce. Jodie Foster directs and co-stars as Walter's wife in this dark comedy that also features Riley Thomas Stewart and Jennifer Lawrence.

Walter Black, the head of a failing toy company, is deeply depressed. His marriage to Meredith is broken and his oldest son, Porter, hates him. Walter then adopts a beaver hand-puppet as his sole means of communicating. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Garrett S (mx) wrote: One of the worst American Pie movies I have seen

Four Star F (jp) wrote: I would certainly rather watch Postman simply because it is more exciting however Jerichow possibly has a greater sense of humanity and it is more applicable to this generation. Especially contemporary Germany.

Andrew O (mx) wrote: Not that much of a plot, but is fun to watch.

Tayyab R (br) wrote: While lagging in tempo, cinematography and overall direction at times, the film accurately captured some of the intricacies of life with autistic exaggeration.

Jho R (de) wrote: Recently bought the DVD and watch this again. It is a spiritual experience of sight, sound, and mind. Scorcese really loves his dissolves, but it totally works here. At the end, you'll want to champion Tibet.

Private U (nl) wrote: I'd probably give it a higher rating if I remembered it better. But I remember adoring this one.

Jack H (ca) wrote: So, this was released in 1988, wasn't Hasselhoff still doing OK at that point? Even if he wasn't, I'm still surprised he agreed to take part in whatever you want to call this rubbish which passed its sell-by date around fifteen years ago. I actually didn't mind watching this, but it's not quite at the "so bad it's good" level of bad.

Scott W (fr) wrote: Enjoyable and exciting horror based on the H.P Lovecraft short story sees Jeffrey Combs face off against ahost of dribbly, gory creatures from another dimension. At times it is utterly preposterous, especially when Ken Foree wrestles a giant worm creature in the basement in nothign but his pants, but at times quite shockingly nasty. Good fun.

Collin C (mx) wrote: Watched it again, enjoyed it.

Tio B (fr) wrote: Apparently, the word of choice to describe this film is "incoherent." But are nightmares coherent? Tomaselli nails dream logic with this piece, and it's weird and creepy as hell. HORROR is postmodern cinema, and well worth checking out.

Pat S (de) wrote: Biggest piece of garbage we've seen in a long time. Everything about this movie was crap especially the script, soundtrack and Ryan Gosling's lousy "acting". High school kids with an 8mm camera who were stoned could have done better. Preposterous. Not even on a bad day would this beat a test pattern. OMG