The Identical

The Identical

During the Great Depression, identical twins are separated at birth. One, Drexel Hemsley becomes a wildly successful '50s rock star, while the other, Ryan Wade, struggles to balance his passion for music and pleasing his parents, who want him to become a preacher. Finally, Ryan rebels against his parents' wishes and launches his own music career -- performing the hits of Drexel Hemsley. Ryan later learns the truth about Drexel when their fates tragically collide.

Twins was accidentally separated soon after birth. Many years later, while a person has become a the emblem of rock ';n'; roll, the other is struggling to wrestle between his music passion and the duty take care of his father… . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Identical torrent reviews

Brian L (it) wrote: Is a very well done movie

Aaron B (it) wrote: An amazing experimental horror film that delves deeper than most films do, considering it's restricted setting. Great lighting, make-up, acting, and story call for this film to have much more recognition than it has gotten.

Francois D (jp) wrote: And the award for Drama Queen goes to Rosser Goodman!

Nicole R (nl) wrote: This is a simple, sweet, old fashioned film that would be great for a young adult audience. Romola Garai is very good amidst an uneven cast and clumsy direction.

Grant S (jp) wrote: Goodish crime-drama, set in Moscow during the Cold War. Plot starts off as very intriguing, but then drifts as it becomes too convoluted.

Jose M (br) wrote: If you are looking for a depressing film for the depressing holidays, may I suggest Joel M. Reed's Bloodsucking Freaks? This is seriously one sadistic grandeur art. I was interested and never bored watching the film even though it was way too much. I take it the director was going after black comedy and horror, but instead came up with a freak show. Seamus O'Brien stars as Sardu, a performer of some kind, and with a dwarf assistant, they kidnaps, mutilate, humiliate, and torture women. When he is heckled by a critic, he resolves in kidnapping him and a famous ballerina to stage his greatest work. This B-cheapie isn't quite entertaining and highly disturbing enough to fill anyone's mouth with vomit. Not that I vomit. Mr. Reed created a unique disturbing picture with a score to back it, and I give it a lot of credit for that. However, anyone that is normal will be flat out offended by this freak show and I'm going with them when it comes to the rating. I'm pretty sure Mr. Reed would feel complimented.

ionie l (de) wrote: maggie smith is young LOL

Paul G (ru) wrote: a great British comedy .

Orlok W (es) wrote: Bit creaky and hammy but is still an enjoyable horror from the period--Trippy vampire tale with a twist!!

Sharon F (jp) wrote: There's a lot of things to like about this movie, but a few I had real issues with. Spoilers ahead.1. How did the kid get to be this old with his mom apparently having so little understanding of what autism is and how to teach the kid how to engage in society? Did she have no support groups or anything of her own?2. My biggest issue with this movie is how they treated women. Though there's three major female characters, it doesn't pass the Bechdel test. We meet two other young women in the competition -- one is the niece of one of the teachers and is suspected of being in on that basis alone, and whose primary interest appears to be the protagonist. The other, who is also vying for his attention (right, out of all these hundreds of guys, these two girls go after the autistic one), ends up sabotaging the relationship between the other girl and the protagonist, and has no repercussions. Can't we have a single female character who actually is there for the competition?3. In "A Beautiful Mind," we're shown that love can triumph over mental illness; now that he has a girlfriend, the protagonist gets over a whole lot of the autistic issues he's had all his life. It's pretty, it's heartwarming, but it does both autistics and particularly smart girls a disservice.

Alexander C (gb) wrote: Looks interesting will try to find and watch!