The Great Outdoors
It's vacation time for outdoorsy Chicago man Chet Ripley, along with his wife, Connie, and their two kids, Buck and Ben. But a serene weekend of fishing at a Wisconsin lakeside cabin gets crashed by Connie's obnoxious brother-in-law, Roman Craig, his wife, Kate, and the couple's two daughters. As the excursion wears on, the Ripleys find themselves at odds with the stuffy Craig family.
A Chicago man's hope for a peaceful family vacation in the woods is shattered when the annoying in-laws drop in. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Great Outdoors torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: I love a good mystery and this was a mystery unlike any other I have ever see. Gone Girl should described the word insanity.
(mx) wrote: Looks bland and feels too. Tension, non-existing, sure it is based on true events. Rutger Hauer is convincing as a soviet sub-commander, as Will Smith would be as Norwegian viking. As american maybe, soviet, no. Martin Sheen and Max Von Sydow cash their checks, they gotta eat, you know.Useless tidbit: Look for Dominic Monaghan (Lord of the Rings, Lost) in very small role. He is boring too.Did I say that this was boring movie?
(br) wrote: Its a good movie for being low budget. It has a young martin lawrence to. This movie came out before black movies got popular after friday came out.
(br) wrote: This is a mildly funny country-house romp, that is perhaps sustained by the fun it pokes at politics and naive dreams. Family death, city-heirs descend with arrogance and disdain for the country life, but are then won over by its charms. Straight forward enough, but 'Milou en Mai' goes further. After being won over by nature, the party are then bitten by nature in the wild, following a forced evacuation. After the May 1968 riots are presented with dreamy naivety, the harsh consequences and inevitable chaos come to the fore. Just as they all seem to fall in to a trance, so too they all seem to 'wake up' and life goes on as it began. But it's all pretty frivolous, in a charming enough way.
(ru) wrote: Fun flick from Richard Franklin, an incredibly underrated director. Here he pulls out all his Hitchcock inspired tricks and creates a suspenseful, skillfully shot thriller with a great central performance by Stacy Keach.This one has some inspired set pieces - a showdown in a rest room with a broken horn blaring in the background, a truck chase in a narrow and confining alley, and my favourite scene, a banging noise in the back of a truck needs to be investigated.Unlike a lot of thrillers that play around with a central character's sanity, this one legitimately had me guessing where the movie was going until the final minutes (which are maybe a bit of a letdown considering the buildup).
(jp) wrote: I have no interest in watching this.
(jp) wrote: In "Nashville" Robert Altman has made THE great American dramatic musical. Years later you'll remember large sections of it easily, and happily.
(mx) wrote: Absolutely charming.