The Indian Runner

The Indian Runner

An intensely sad film about two brothers who cannot overcome their opposite perceptions of life. One brother sees and feels bad in everyone and everything, subsequently he is violent, antisocial and unable to appreciate or enjoy the good things which his brother desperately tries to point out to him.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1991
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   snow,   murder,  

A Vietnam vet comes home to his small town and finds himself in conflict with rules that his brother has vowed to uphold. And though he performs well at first, his inner turmoil eventually erupts, creating chaos in their once tranquil home. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Indian Runner torrent reviews

Craig W (br) wrote: On the plus side it has West, Simmons and Blue in the cast list which is good as I like all three. It could have been really good if done correctly but it wasn't, I liked the staff sergeant going mad, paranoia is always a great thing in a movie. The idea of djinn's was cool but they looked absolutely ridiculous, cool scene with West being dragged through the sand though but all in all its a very poor film.

Charles P (fr) wrote: I Know Who Killed Me is a preposterous and repulsive film, and Lindsay Lohan has next never sunk lower than the two roles she plays.

Nate B (us) wrote: After reading the book this was "based" on, I thought I would see what the movie was like. Granted this was a TV movie, but it was horrible. Over dramatized, over simplified, and bad acting to boot. Terrible!

Steve W (fr) wrote: Ambiguous and slow, Safe is a nice period piece drama about a housewife's health deteriorating due to the toxins in her everyday life. But is her increasing stress and suffering on account of her surroundings or herself? Julianne Moore is wonderful in the lead role, and the camera likes to pan and slowly suck you in. Its unending may turn some viewers off, but this is an interesting film from director Todd Haynes.

Sebastian H (es) wrote: quintessential classic 80s hong kong actioner

Andy O (jp) wrote: More typical ott kung fu nonsense from Mr Chan - definately one for the fans but not quite as epic as the first one...

Reece L (ca) wrote: Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters is a work about the act of creating art while simultaneously striving to become it oneself. Yukio Mishima's career seemed to be one rumination on the same subject after another, youth and beauty and a longing for an imperialist past driving his artistic process throughout his life until his final act that serves as both a culmination of this ideology and an indictment of its inherent flaws. Schrader's approach is unpredictable, heavily-stylized sets serving as the environment for the stagings of his works, these precursive adaptations allowing for insights into Mishima's life in ways that the standard forms of conveyance wouldn't. These make up a majority of the film, each bizarre and intriguing in their own ways and allowing for a clear endpoint in the inevitable denouement that results in a clean, satisfying structure. The art direction is gorgeous, as is Glass' score, the work an excellent product of Schrader's extremely hit-or-miss career that more than likely serves as his opus.

Caesar B (us) wrote: Dreamscape greatly pre-dates 'The Cell' & 'Inception' but operates along the same lines: Invading and participating in other peoples dreams. Perhaps this movie was exciting back in the day, but these days it's just BORING AS FUCK! Dennis Quaid is a pleasant enough actor, as always, but oh my god, is this movie dated! What gets me most is the pace and the music, THE HORRIBLE 80'S SYNTHESIZER MUSIC!! Hard to hear and watch

Joao M (ru) wrote: O Guerreiro da Estrada trouxe tudo que o primeiro no pode: boas sequencias de ao,planos de sequencia perfeitos e uma critica social pesadssima para a poca.

Haytham K (es) wrote: Gregory Peck gives a brilliant performance in this! Douglas MacArthur is not everyone's favorite historical personality, but anyone who appreciates good cinema will find this movie fascinating and informative. It is beautifully filmed, with stunning re-creations of the battle scenes and impressive re-staging of many historical events specially the signing of Japan's surrender to the USA in 1945.

Nora T (ca) wrote: It's been awhile since I saw this last, but it was a yearly favourite whenever it showed up on TV. The songs are memorable and want you to sing along. Besides, Clint Eastwood singing is worth the whole thing.

Christian M (ca) wrote: Jacques Tati! MON ONCLE! 1 million stars!!!!

Ken S (it) wrote: This big budget epic World War I silent film is probably best known for being the first film to ever win the Academy Award for Best Picture. Though that first year their were two categories, with "Sunrise, A Tale of Two Humans" winning artistic achievement. The film is good, but the first hour drags in places. Luckily the second half is a bit more action packed and the scale of the battle scenes is great. The way that the plane action is shot is tremendous, it never feels phony. The war bits of this film hold up great, the plot line about two aviators in love with the same hometown girl is kind of boring. Worth seeing for historical significance and some great World War I plane fights.

Berni E (mx) wrote: No doubt some essential truths in this very weird film but.....yaaawn. Not for me.