The Humbling

The Humbling

Following a breakdown and suicide attempt, an aging actor becomes involved with a much younger woman but soon finds that it's difficult to keep pace with her.

Based on Phillip Roth’s final novel, The Humbling tells the story of over-the-hill stage actor Simon Axler (Al Pacino) and his struggle to find his passion for life again. Near his breaking point, he finds motivation in the form of a young and lustful lesbian Pegeen Stapleford (Greta Gerwig), but as their relationship heats up Simon has a hard time keeping up with the youthful Pegeen. The Humbling is directed by Barry Levinson and also stars Dianne Wiest, Kyra Sedgwick, Dylan Baker, Charles Grodin and Nina Arianda . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Humbling torrent reviews

Didier L (de) wrote: I am so good at finding weird movies. Kinda fun, this one, though...

Roberto R (ca) wrote: if you think is a comedy...maybe...but it's not...hurtss!!!

Aaron C (kr) wrote: Lost in Translation, set in Egypt amid pyramids and the Sahara, with a middle-aged visiting diplomat wife. The mood and dry heat is portrayed quite well, but the choice of dresses seem a bit overmuch given the cultural context.

Guy F (it) wrote: trs diffrent du roman, de la BD et de la srie tv. mal ficeler et trs dcevant

Mikael K (kr) wrote: Even modest production and some really weak acting can't really cripple this David Lynch -style erotic thriller. It's dreamlike, odd, compelling and challenges the viewer with a really cool broken structure. A film that makes you want to see it many times over, and after a few viewings I cas say that it has enough mystery and subtle themes to offer new substance for those times.

Thomas L (br) wrote: An underrated killer croc movie that generated large amounts of bad press for misleading the audience with it's trailer. It is by no means a great film, but provided you go into with meager expectations it ought to induce a few laughs and jolt or two. And lets be honest... how often do you get to see a giant crocodile loping across open tundra? The biggest draw back is probably Dominic Purcell, who is perhaps one of the worst actors working today.

Kim L (ag) wrote: Andrew Walker dosnt really do a great job when he is alone on screen, but still a ok movie

Rob L (gb) wrote: Really good movie. One of Billy Crudup's best performances, he shows amazing depth here with his transitions...but what really highlights this movie is the supporting cast who all play characters. Great character acting in the movie.

Emily L (br) wrote: I used to have such a crush on Colt.

Tim S (es) wrote: Although most might view Class of 1984 as a film artifact from the 1980's, it's subject matter is actually quite relevant, and continues to be relevant decades after its release. Having seen this one for the first time, I was shocked at how serious and violent it was, especially the rape scene which left a seriously bad taste in my mouth. The cast gives a lot of good performances and Mark L. Lester's direction seems to be spot on. The last portion of the movie is really when this movie shines too as far as a character being pushed completely over the edge and striking back, but everything before that is a really good build up.

Christopher B (ru) wrote: Pretty good for an HBO movie.

Bart E (au) wrote: The performances of Cromwell and Bujold are Oscar worthy. Superb. That's all.