"Bull" McCabe's family has farmed a field for generations, sacrificing much in the name of the land. When the widow who owns the field decides to sell it in a public auction, McCabe knows that he must own it. While no local dare bid against him, a wealthy American decides he requires the field to build a highway. "Bull" and his son decide they must try to convince the American to let go of his ambition and return home, but the consequences of their plot prove sinister.
- Stars:Richard Harris, Sean Bean, Frances Tomelty, Brenda Fricker, John Hurt, Ruth McCabe, Jer O'Leary, Noel O'Donovan, John Cowley, Ronan Wilmot, Jenny Conroy, Joan Sheehy, Sean McGinley, Malachy McCourt, Frank McDonald,
- Director:Jim Sheridan,
- Writer:Jim Sheridan (screenplay), John B. Keane (play)
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The Field torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Despite us tagging along the trail for days, we feel closer to the landscape than to the characters.
(fr) wrote: Not bad but nothing exciting either...worth a look if u have nothing else to rent.
(au) wrote: This low-budget Canadian indie film is carried along by a great story - a comics-loving IT nerd discovers that the alpha male of his office has superpowers, and sets about training him, before realising that said alpha male does not possess heroic qualities - but ends on a half-baked and unsatisfactory note. Perhaps the only way to explain this is to infer that the filmmakers had a sequel in mind, but to date, no such sequel appears to be forthcoming, and so we must judge the film on its own merits and not as part of some tentative grander scheme. Disappointing, really, as the filmmakers were able to achieve a lot with very little. Perry Mucci is a little too wide-eyed and pathetic as the IT nerd, but David Ingram gives a very nuanced performance as Victor, a complex character with good and bad qualities who, in the course of the film, makes the transition from potential superhero to arch-villain. Sidekick is worth seeing, but the ending is a let-down.
(es) wrote: Wish there was a sequel!!!!
(ru) wrote: Top 5 laughs I've had. Twisted, yes. But hilarious..Cast is splendid
(it) wrote: There's plenty to like about Guffman, but parents should be advised that, like Guest's other mockumentaries, this film is built around droll, quirky humor that may escape some kids -- especially the younger set, who may not get the eccentric, small town characters and will probably find the storyline a bit slow. Or their like me who'd rather watch paint dry because the story is just ridiculous!
(ru) wrote: ...Hurt my heart and my mind...
(it) wrote: The cult classic of cult classics, this movie is probably THE most awesome movie ever. It's ultra surreal, completely weird, and totally hilarious. The movie is really dreamy, the setting is great, and is has by far the best, most awesome, by far the most bizzare ending ever. Overall, it's a great masterpiece that's a complete satire of everything (such as everything is branded "Food" and "Beer"), and totally awesome, great, (it also kinda makes you think), and downright hilarious.
(au) wrote: Great movie with great cast!! Not to be missed!
(br) wrote: pretty typical story, aspiring song writer/singer-no money-good girl goes bad..., trite. Good for a girls night in that involves alcohol.
(es) wrote: THE DOG NO THE DOG WHY THE DOG!