The Good Doctor
Dr. Martin Blake, who has spent his life looking for respect, meets an 18-year-old patient named Diane, suffering from a kidney infection, and gets a much-needed boost of self-esteem. However, when her health starts improving, Martin fears losing her, so he begins tampering with her treatment, keeping Diane sick and in the hospital right next to him.
- Category:Thriller, Drama
- Stars:Orlando Bloom, Riley Keough, Taraji P. Henson, Rob Morrow, Michael Peña, Troy Garity, Molly Price, Wade Williams, Sorel Carradine, Gary Carlos Cervantes, Monique Gabriela Curnen, Jean St. James, Jason Axinn, Kenneth Mark Bhan, Elaine Carroll,
- Director:Lance Daly, Lance Daly,
- Writer:John Enbom
Ambitious but anxious young doctor Martin Blake goes to unconscionable extremes in order to remain in the service of a female patient with a kidney disorder. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Good Doctor torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Great Film ... It covers the story of messed up marriages, broken families and bisexuality ... Its rich with drama ... magnificent screenplay ... Didn't like the editing technique, it really messed up most of the film... Great shooting locations...good music and Incredible Leads ... They were really great ...!! Its overall a great film ...Very touching and painful.
(es) wrote: ANOTHER MOVIE SERIES I USED 2 WATCH WITH MY BFF/SISTER - GREAT MOVIE
(mx) wrote: One of John Singleton's worst movies.
(ag) wrote: I watched this movie because I heard that it's hilarious to Star Trek fans, due to several leading actors from various Trek series appearing in the film (stars: Geordi La Forge (Kunte), Captain Janeway (bounty hunter), Lt. Commander Tuvok (bourgeois chief slave servant), Captain Sisko (resistance leader)). Captain Janeway enslaving Captain Sisko = much hilarity. Screw the Federation! Anyways, the film turned out to be much more than I expected, and was actually a quite touching look at slave life in the 1800's. I particularly enjoyed how the film explored the varying degrees of feelings the whites had towards the slaves, such as the mothers fondness for the slave woman she grew up with (though she still thinks of her as something less than human, something akin to a very intelligent chimp, one could say), or Hattie's (bounty hunter) feeling of indifference towards them. She doesn't despise them (as you can see in a very interesting conversation she has with her captured slave), yet she cares more about money and adventure than anything else. Then there's the "Fiddler"'s master, who although one of the more tolerant masters, often has moments of thoughtless cruelty (such as destroying the Fiddler's violin before his eyes because he thought it shabby. He wasn't intentionally being cruel, as he gave him a brand new one, yet he simply couldn't imaging a slave having sentimental feelings, just like everyone else). All in all, this film doesn't veer towards any stereotypes. Sure, we have the obligatory apologetic-white-man-hero that appears in all fictional films of slavery, but he's offset by the many much more "gray" characters. Just like reality, slave owners weren't necessarily all "evil" people, the white people of the time were raised with the prejudice that black people were inferior, and despite this, some were better than others. Not all slave owners beat and raped their slaves, but some did. Some were kind (relative to the standards of the time), some weren't. That's really what this film is about; a real look at the society of the time. The story is also touching, although a bit slow. The film is clumsily trying to illustrate the reality of slavery, to try and avoid veering towards any extreme stereotypes (all white people are evil). It illustrated the careless prejudice of the people of the time in much more original ways than just having tons of scenes depicting a white man beating a slave, such as the scene where slaves are made to act as mules for the white children's Christmas pageant. The film eventually came together with a touching ending of hope, using the slightly cliched but well suited "Star of Bethlehem" metaphor. In short, this would be a great film to watch on Christmas Eve (the majority of the film is set in the days leading up to Christmas) for a nice break from the traditional films. The acting is wonderful, the story a good tear jerker, and the Christmas metaphors well implemented.
(br) wrote: All I can think is : Michael Keaton is a genie! The rest of the movie is kind of a blur...
(ru) wrote: Joe Morton is excellent as a fugitive from a planet on which he is persecuted for being a "three-toe." All around good film.
(it) wrote: up there with hearts of darkness and lost in la mancha as best documentaries about doomed film productions, im always interested in seeing actual footage from film sets, be they troubled or not, and theres certainly no shortage here, you really gotta hand it to herzog to be able to finish any type of film given the circumstances, let alone one as good as fitzcarraldo, this film does seem to rush at the end, and it seemed there was still more to tell, regardless a fascinating watch
(de) wrote: La pelicula comienza muy mal, poco interesnte, pero poco a poco va construyendo y aumentando la tensin y la espectativa de que va a pasar, es analitica con el proceso que se esta viendo. Susan Hayward gano el Oscar a mejor actriz por esta pelicula, es un personaje que le demanda hacer muchas cosas, por momentos es sobredramatica, pero tambien es carismatica y a uno le llega a interesar lo que le pase, es solida, pero no se si merecedora del premio.