The Mighty Ducks

The Mighty Ducks

After reckless young lawyer Gordon Bombay gets arrested for drunk driving, he must coach a kids hockey team for his community service. Gordon has experience on the ice, but isn't eager to return to hockey, a point hit home by his tense dealings with his own former coach, Jack Reilly. The reluctant Gordon eventually grows to appreciate his team, which includes promising young Charlie Conway, and leads them to take on Reilly's tough players.

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The Mighty Ducks torrent reviews

Hrant B (it) wrote: Machine Gun Preacher is based on a true story about a man who saw refuge to help the helpless children of Sudan. After getting out of prison he has a wakening to build a church for the kids. To this day he has been helping them but he left behind his own family to help those kids. If you can't fix your own family you should go off to fix someone else's problems. It had a great cast but the storyline needed a rewrite. It was ok to watch once.

Toni S (it) wrote: Is it as bad as this in most other countries? If it's not, I'm sure it will be sooner or later.

Neil S (gb) wrote: An uneven film that never manages to fulfil the promise of the plot. It's neither a coming of age drama, nor a redemption film. The performances are generally good (and I would have loved for there to be more of Keeley Hawes character), and you wonder how good this film could have been with a better script

Graeme B (ru) wrote: Awesome! Loved the old schoolness. Who needs cgi?!

Johnny L (ag) wrote: The introduction to magic's over-the-top duo Steve Carell and Steve Buscemi is deliciously cheesy. Buscemi is charming and I wish he had more screen time. The film went off the cliff mid-way.

Phil H (au) wrote: An apocalyptic samurai, ninja, sci-fi western fantasy with characters that wouldn't look out of place in 'Soul Calibur', 'Mortal Kombat' and various other Japanese RPG videogames, that is how I can best describe this eye popping flick, odd title though.The main star here is again the ultra cool Tak Sakaguchi, here in a kind of supernatural samurai mode as a mythic character who drags a coffin behind him everywhere he goes (and an odd little girl in your typical Japanese 'The Ring' spooky fashion) as he basically slaughters all who stand before him. His name is 'Grave' and he searches for the ultimate battle...rock on that!This film is pretty similar to 'Versus' in the location (a forest), it stars Tak as some kind of super hero again and the fact the story is really quite bizarre and makes no real sense, plus it appears to be in a place and time that don't exist. So basically Tak has nicked the coffin from a temple and is taking it to a spot in the forest so it can grant him anything he seems the coffin can do this. Or does it? a monk is also after Tak and the coffin to stop it being opened and releasing the Goddess of destruction who will kick start an apocalypse...that's not a good thing. The monk is aided by...wait for it...Steven Seagal Jr. yep that's right, or his real name Kentaro Seagal (sounds like a 'Mortal Kombat' character), all of them battle bandits and non human creatures to reach their respective goals.The film is fast and furious with fights breaking out all over the show and many of them being...well kinda average actually. Most seem too frantic and you can see the hits aren't making contact, also to be honest Tak isn't really a well built guy, he's cool but he doesn't really come across as tough and never really looks like he could really be whipping hordes of bad guys endlessly.The look of the film is really what sets this apart, all the costumes are a kind of cross between traditional Japanese period wear with 'Mad Max', 'Water World', 'Conan', 'Krull' and many other fantasy type films throw in, it all looks highly stylish. Add to this a complete 'Army of Darkness' approach to the dark humour, camera work, extreme supernatural entities and wickedly evil looking weapons which do also include a kind of samurai 'boomstick'.Put it this way, the director of this film is Yuji Shimomura and he was the action director for 'Versus' (eh see, you see I came full circle there) and 'Devil May Cry 3' so I think you can get the gist of what I'm trying to explain here, the film is pretty much an explosive visual videogame. Its probably better than 'Versus' in my personal view as I reeeally didn't follow that a tall, this is easier to follow plus it looks ace. I dunno why but the Japanese are just good at this kind of stuff, had this been a Hollywood flick with the usual overpaid names it would have been trash.

Randal G (gb) wrote: I liked all the movies in the series

Tija F (ag) wrote: a sweet, simple story of a father and son. good acting and a slow, thoughtful pace help to keep the characters real and their motives understandable.

Lewis H (mx) wrote: An unlikely story, droll, full of gentle humour and wicked irony.

Schane C (mx) wrote: Intriguing, well acted, and well edited. Worth your time.

John L (fr) wrote: A pretty decent metaphorical vampire flick.

John D (au) wrote: More like P.U.! Ka-chow!

Ryan K (it) wrote: A deep and influentially crazy movie.

Norm d (fr) wrote: This film, now released on Bluray, should be Certified Fresh, especially in retrospect. Where is the truth in this film? The CIA will never tell nor confess. A buddy movie with flash, action, & great air-to-air shots. A terrific vehicle for both stars.

Erin B (fr) wrote: Hilarious 80s flick. Enjoyed seeing all the famous actors way back in the day such as anthony edwards and lara flynn boyle. Very random, but hilarious.

Pito R (jp) wrote: Not great but not terrible, Andrew Dice Clay was pretty awesome in it.

Jeff H (mx) wrote: I thought this was going to be terrible, but it was actually engaging and was an interesting representation of what would otherwise be a really boring story. The music is so-so, definitely not a stand out by any means. You can obviously tell that they cast actors before singers, which is fine although I wish they could have found people who could do both. A little slow at times, especially the never ending debate scenes, but overall pretty good. B-

Kevin E (br) wrote: This is a very funny film. Both kutcher and murphy are a good team and work well together.

Carl C (kr) wrote: Sorry, but... this is a case of The Emperor's New Clothes for me. I just don't get the hoopla about how "great" this film is. You watch it "hoping" something will happen. Never does. i don't like movies that don't engage me, or that keep me looking at the clock wondering when it will end. Just don't get it.

Jason K (de) wrote: Hands down beautifully shot. The halfway point gets abit frantic and hard to follow but evens out once you get through it. A film i would be proud to have been a part of.