The Company Men

The Company Men

Bobby Walker lives the proverbial American dream: great job, beautiful family, shiny Porsche in the garage. When corporate downsizing leaves him and two co-workers jobless, the three men are forced to re-define their lives as men, husbands and fathers.

When the GTX Group decided to sack staff to easily reduce financial balance than during the recession of 2010, thousands of employees have fallen into unemployment. Bobby Walker (Ben Affleck) is one of them. He and colleague Phil Woodward (Chris Cooper), Gene McClary (Tommy Lee Jones) have difficulties in life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Company Men torrent reviews

Andy P (ca) wrote: A very affectionate investigative documentary with an intriguing narrative that unfolds organically thanks to Sarah Polley's remarkably tactful film-making, which manages to overcome the cliches of the genre.

Marty M (gb) wrote: Very excited to see this movie!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jerrod O (nl) wrote: I fucks wit it. The hard to get girl was smokin hot.

Tonya V (ru) wrote: You reap what you sow. Wasn't really impressed. Nothing new or original.

Lee M (fr) wrote: Sex is acting, it's a product, but Soderbergh's film leaves its commoditization opaque -- perhaps on purpose. Regardless, a too prurient interest in the film would tend to detract from the 'important' statement Soderbergh thinks he's making about the economy and society.

Bill N (de) wrote: good! an ok drama! samuel jackson, stiles, glover, angela basset. golden cast, but the story is not new at all!

Andrew W (nl) wrote: It was hilarious, and sad at times. A great movie don't listen to the critics:)

Doctor S (it) wrote: Satisfactory romance between tennis players gets a big lift from superior cast, including stars Bettany & Dunst, and distinctly Jon Favreau as his opportunistic agent. There is one substantial surprise along the way, and is more creatively cinematic than I'd expected during some impressive tennis scenes. Disappointing though not unexpected is the rote reliance on "the big game" as a climax, spending an imprudently excessive 20 minutes, forgetting what the movie is really about. When the focus is on the people, then Wimbledon scores a point; strangely I most liked observing the amiably adversarial friendship between Bettany and training partner Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. And anytime you get a cheery Dunst in a skirt or shorts, that's a definite serving advantage.

Kenny N (ru) wrote: "Haunting." That's the first word that comes to mind as I think back on watching this movie. "Masterpiece," "skillful," "sensitive," "realistic," also register. No matter if you're from the deep South or not, see this movie. It is brilliant.

Timothy J (fr) wrote: A sweet story of a young boys infatuation with Brigitte Bardot.

Andrew I (de) wrote: In a similar vein to Billy Liar, this is another of those 1960s b&w grim Northern British films, only not quite so Northern and grim being set in and around the Raleigh bicycle factory. On the face of it, I didn't expect much, but it was actually very enjoyable, well-written, amusing in parts (the airgun episode in particular) and tense in others. Seeing England in a hard-to-imagine era with British cars, when pubs weren't closing down, manufacturing was booming, empty roads with parking spaces everywhere was an unexpected bonus. Well worth watching. 8.5/10

Cristbal S (au) wrote: Woah, this movie is really amazing, Aronofksy's direction and screenplay are splendid, with beautiful dream sequences and metaphors, along with Hugh Jackman interpretation, that I have to say, is probably one of his best, also the music by Clin Mansell is fantastic, it gave me chills. I think this film will be a cult clasic.

Brett B (br) wrote: An odd quirky tale that is wonderfully brought to life by Hoffman and Dench who are just great in their roles. Corden's narration feels unwanted and intrusive when it pops up and ideally should have been omitted. The story feels slightly uncomfortable when the lie is exposed (something I don't think happens in the book), but apart from that it was an enjoyable watch.