The Patriot

The Patriot

After proving himself on the field of battle in the French and Indian War, Benjamin Martin wants nothing more to do with such things, preferring the simple life of a farmer. But when his son Gabriel enlists in the army to defend their new nation, America, against the British, Benjamin reluctantly returns to his old life to protect his son.

Peaceful farmer Benjamin Martin is driven to lead the Colonial Militia during the American Revolution when a sadistic British officer murders his son. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Patriot torrent reviews

Joan W (fr) wrote: Director Jeff Prosserman's (who is this guy and why is he directing) spoof of a documentary left theaters rolling with laughter...The only problem is he wasn't kidding. I urge everyone to go see this film if you are in for a non-stop hilarious thrill reminiscent of THE ROOM. Seriously...This movie was Krazy bad!

FilmGrinder S (mx) wrote: 79% "Better check your grill!"-JTRO (Jason Trost) Yo, yo! Check it, there be mad ghetto Shakespearian monologin' keepin' the flip side of boring, flowing. Bleed dat. It's a crap movie with moments of pure hilarity. It is retarded. N.I.G.G.A.- Never Ignorant Getting Goal Acomplished

Jessica D (de) wrote: Predicted the ending about thirty minutes in.

Noname (us) wrote: Well this movie was decent with some funny scenes and much better then "date movie" as an example. There are parody of many famous movies so its best to have seen them first. I saw unrated version of this.

Will H (es) wrote: Darn near definitive.

Calyre Z (br) wrote: "Les hommes de l'ombre"

Tasos L (gb) wrote: Sometimes mystery isn't enough to kill boredom...

Bradley C (es) wrote: Great acting from Doris Day. She carries this film.

Chris M (ru) wrote: The Scarlet Claw is one of the best of the Rathbone/Bruce films as its excellently atmospheric with an intresestingly macabre and goulishly memorable story (although has no basis in any of Arthur Conan Doyles stories) Nigel Bruces' bumbling Watson (who for me makes these films) is also on top form in this one. I'd reccomened this to any one interested in the Sherlock Holmes although purists please note thiat it isn't an Arthur Conan Doyle story. I'd also reccommed this if you like film noir or B&W 1930's/40's Universal Horror movies.

jay n (fr) wrote: Not the best the pair made as a team but they pretty much drip sensuality when ever their on screen together.

James H (it) wrote: Harold Lloyd is ideally cast as a bumbling aspiring movie star. Probably his best talking picture, his physical form of comedy works quite well, but it?s not as funny as his silent films for some reason. It has a good story and Constance Cummings is very effective as his love interest. Fun and entertaining.

Philip N (nl) wrote: This film had potential from the trailer like most films. The special effects are good but you are not wowed by them. Compared to the first film it looks like it was cheaply made but they gave it a try with their budget. The story is just a bit pants.

Kayla K (gb) wrote: Oh how I love to be watching in a chair"Plugged-in" leaves me with out a careBut when Judy refusesHer daddy abusesAnd Bruce Campbell is there to add flair!

Sandra A (es) wrote: Entertaining but not Denzel's best, not even second or third, stupid plot full of clichs...

Sarah W (fr) wrote: Three of the best actors in my book, it's a shame the theme was a bit lost to me.