The Great Gatsby
Nick Carraway, a young Midwesterner now living on Long Island, finds himself fascinated by the mysterious past and lavish lifestyle of his neighbor, the nouveau riche Jay Gatsby. He is drawn into Gatsby's circle, becoming a witness to obsession and tragedy.
- Stars:Robert Redford, Mia Farrow, Bruce Dern, Karen Black, Scott Wilson, Sam Waterston, Lois Chiles, Howard Da Silva, Roberts Blossom, Edward Herrmann, Elliott Sullivan, Arthur Hughes, Kathryn Leigh Scott, Beth Porter, Paul Tamarin,
- Director:Jack Clayton,
- Writer:F. Scott Fitzgerald (novel), Francis Ford Coppola (screenplay)
A Midwesterner becomes fascinated with his nouveau riche neighbor, who obsesses over his lost love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Great Gatsby torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Fabulous all the way. fun story. Fantastic cast. And awesome music.
(fr) wrote: Corner gas fans will be pleased with this fun but lackluster movie
(gb) wrote: En prenant le parti de ne parler que trs peu du 31-0 mais plutt de tout ce qui se passe aprs, Next Goal Wins est une trs belle histoire vraie sur l'quipe de football des Samoa Amricaines, la suppose plus mauvaise slection au monde. Autour d'une galerie de personnages passionnants qui sortent tout droit des success stories que les Amricains apprcient, les deux ralisateurs parviennent garder un rythme effren (quoiqu'on est souvent perdu dans la temporalit) et une motion jamais force. Souvent drle, constamment touchant, le film est une leon de vie difiante et une force d'inspiration intemporelle.
(kr) wrote: Josh Radnor improves on his directing and writing mantle to tell a coming-of-age story.
(mx) wrote: This is a inspiring look at a man who uses kindness to train horses...This is much more than just a film about trying horses, it's a sort of spiritual journey that I feel we can all get something out of...a man who comes from what Buck came from to become the caring man he has become is awe-inspiring and very powerful...
(ag) wrote: 1 hour 35 minutes and 31 seconds too long
(it) wrote: This movie started off awesome and it was surprisingly different but I just didn't like where the story went.
(ru) wrote: I can never decide if she was crazy, or just sad. Towards the end, there is no doubt that she had left reality. As for why she killed in the first place, I feel like the first one was self defense, but then after that it was anger. This lady had a rough life, maybe if it had been different, it would have ended better.
(de) wrote: Below average but then again, I don't like Paul Nicholls. The fact that he choses his d*ickhead friend over life out the ghetto just had me thinkin 'what a mug' and put me off watchin the rest. Watch Football Factory instead blud.
(es) wrote: Hmmm, i find it very interesting how someone would actually b soo determined to get inot a college that was not actually a choice of theirs just 2 b with someone that they had being crushing on and who they BARELY spoke 2!!!"This diverting (if very unrealistic) comedy focuses on the exploits of charmingly naive Marlon Browne (Corey Parker), a well-meaning but scholastically average high school student intent upon attendin...( read more read more... )g the same college as the girl of his dreams, his classmate Jessica Kailo (a young, perky Lara Flynn Boyle). To Marlon, Jessica seemingly has it all: looks, intelligence, and sophistication. His dilemma is that she is a far brighter student whose main choice, Ramsey College, seems hopelessly out of his reach, so the awkward but determined Marlon endeavors to get accepted there. But little does Marlon know that Jessica is also struggling with tremendous pressures of her own."--Bryan Reesman
(nl) wrote: Pretty amazing till that crappy ending ruined it.
(fr) wrote: Wonderful satire on War and Peace and other Russian novels. Metaphysical musings by Boris (Woody Allen) and Sonja (Diane Keaton) kept me laughing as did the frequent slapstick humor. One of my favorite Woody Allen films.
(fr) wrote: If you like camp, this movie rocks!
(mx) wrote: i would like to see this
(nl) wrote: Langston(Jacob Latimore) finds out that both him and his single mother, Naimi (Jennifer Hudson) are going to be evicted from their apartment in Baltimore. She then orders him to stay with her estranged grandparents Cornell Cobbs (Forest Whittaker) and his wife Aretha (Angela Bassett) he never knew he had living in the Bronx. Misunderstandings, misconceptions as well as revelations arise as movie progresses.
(de) wrote: Scary truth about war conditions, and what soldiers faced.