The Magnet

The Magnet

A classic Ealing comedy in which a young boy steals a magnet and becomes a hero.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:79 minutes
  • Release:1950
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:medal,   nurse,   police,  

A boy steals a powerful magnet from a younger boy and gets him into all sorts of trouble. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Magnet torrent reviews

Pouyan S (es) wrote: One of the best movies I've seen this year. A must watch!!!Beautiful narrative and story telling, amazing score... Zaza Urushadze made an amazing movie with a cast of four, depicting the true picture of war and how everybody loses at the end!

Piers C (us) wrote: The brother is such a buffoon and the tour manager is such a colossal prick I was sure this was a mockumentary.

makkom m (nl) wrote: too sad and unhappy.somehow not so goes on....

Amanda W (ca) wrote: Different/Weird/Could have been better/Did not like.

Amanda H (fr) wrote: I have a hard time calling this film offensive, because it's far too stupid to be offensive. Sometimes I don't mind stupid comedy, but there's really very little comedy here. It's just one stereotype after another and it never manages to get off the ground. Just a bunch of prattling on about nothing for most of the movie. I'm not sure why I even watched the whole thing.

Frecissimo S (es) wrote: Defnelly I love 2 C....

Kelly B (it) wrote: Upon viewing this "epic", it entered my worst 50 films of all time, list. Also, I've never seen people, taking getting eaten by a bed, so calmly. Yes, this adds to the fun.

John M (it) wrote: Excellent, loose-limbed gambling film, with Segal and Gould as betting buddies who take an odyssey through everything from racing tracks to back-room poker and everything in between. Lots of great character action and interaction. Altman keeps the pace brisk and light, even when things get more contemplative. Interesting especially in coming out the same year, 1974, as "The Gambler," which was definitely darker. The music, such as it is, comes from a bawdy lady piano singer who provides entertaining counterpoint to the action.

Beth M (fr) wrote: Not really one of the classic Disney flicks, but we watched this in elementary school one year before holiday break, so it always reminds me of Christmas.

Dane P (nl) wrote: Unique for the time, This film brought up different director styles as well as some great dialogue and acting. Its pretty influential and is far too ahead of its time.

John A (de) wrote: Terrific Musical Set In The Magical Scottish Village Of Brigadoon, Which Only Appears For One Day Every 100 Years. Two American Hunters Get Lost In The Scottish Highlands, Where They Stumble Across The Village Of Bridadoon. There Are Some Very Good Dance Scenes And Top-Notch Acting From Gene Kelly (Singin' In The Rain). This Is A Wonderful Love Story With Great Music And Proper Acting To Whisk You Away To This Magical Village

Charles P (mx) wrote: Plays fast and loose with history, but a superb cast makes for compelling viewing. Raymond Massey positively burns with righteous fury as glowering abolitionist John Brown and dominates every scene he's in. Flynn is his usual likeable self and Ronald Reagan even conveys a high degree of charm in their respective roles as Stuart and Custer. Complex issues handled with aplomb and style by the always reliable Mike Curtiz.

Liam M (mx) wrote: 9.6/10Brings so much heart to the table. Watching it for the first time 23 years later I still felt the heart and soul this movie had. Tremendous film making.

JC E (jp) wrote: I honestly don't remember why I put this flick on my Netflix queue. Maybe it was because I'm a Star Wars nerd and Terence Stamp (The Adjustment Bureau) played Chancellor Vallorum in the much maligned, but overhated Episode I. Or perhaps it's because Gemma Arterton (Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters) - who should have been cast as Wonder Woman in the almost guaranteed to fail 'Batman vs. Superman' - also features among the cast. Regardless, besides one glaring inclusion of a song by the awful Canadian diva, Celine Dion, the movie is quite charming. In addition to the very amiable Stamp and Arterton, Christopher Eccleston (G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra) and Venessa Redgrave (Anonymous) also give great performances. It's very touching, but not overly sappy. There are certainly worse ways that you could spend an evening than watching this heartwarming flick.