The Old Man Who Read Love Stories

The Old Man Who Read Love Stories

A man is forced to confront a dangerous female jaguar and his own past through the sacrificial killing of the beast he has grown to love.

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Derrick M (au) wrote: Michael Kane plays an English version of 'Gran Torino' with some vicious class. Excellent!

Regena P (ru) wrote: Rani!!! She is my favorite Indian actress to date. Hrithik and Kareena are also quite cute in this film.

Daniel C (br) wrote: I LOVE THIS MOVIE IT ROCKS

Bill B (kr) wrote: Okay, so to be perfectly fair, this isn't a great movie by any stretch of the imagination, but it's got a cute female lead (I'd follow Jessica Biel anywhere) and the story is charming if predictable, so I gave this a look originally on cable, and then again the other night off the To-Watch Pile.Good harmless fun, for what it's worth.Rental?

Bill B (mx) wrote: Gave this a re-watch recently in a spree of indie comic related films, and I have to say that I really love how much it captures the feel of the source material. Clowes translates pretty darned well to this format and I hope he continues to have his work either adapted or create new material for this type of film.Both Birch and Johansson function as great avatars for bitter middle aged guys like Clowes (or myself), finding fault with the idiot culture that has seemed to thrive more and more in the past 30 years.Recommended.

Nicholas H (br) wrote: The actual heist is some of the most poetic work you will ever see and is reason enough to watch.

Sarah S (kr) wrote: An incredible performance by the greatest swashbuckling hero of all time.

sandra g (gb) wrote: shows violence we need more christain type movies or western's

James B (es) wrote: Brilliant film to watch

Trinity C (br) wrote: Myths are interesting...

Brian P (ca) wrote: I liked it quite a bit