The Place Beyond the Pines

The Place Beyond the Pines

A motorcycle stunt rider considers committing a crime in order to provide for his wife and child, an act that puts him on a collision course with a cop-turned-politician.

In upstate New York, two men (Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper), and later, their sons (Dane DeHaan, Emory Cohen) must deal with the unforeseen consequences of theirĀ fateful decision to commit a crime to support one'sĀ child. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Place Beyond the Pines torrent reviews

Lenia E (ru) wrote: I wept like a child! Such an emotional film!

Bill R (nl) wrote: an enjoyable movie that could of been great. the writing felt like a teen with some of the language thrown about, but it was more entertaining then I expected. a bit more fine tuning of the characters and humor would of made this movie. over all though, worth a check if you're into demons and exorcism since this does a different spin to it all.

Kieran T (mx) wrote: the first half of the film is really quite awful. seriously, The Combination sets up the world better than this does. Thankfully it becomes more down to earth and quite realistic and subtle in the second half of the film and it improves greatly. But disappointing overall.

Juli N (jp) wrote: This being Romero's worst zombie flick it's still 10X better than the majority of the zombie films coming out in the past few years!

Kyle M (au) wrote: It maybe sad - due to the Great Depression setting - and was marketed for kids - mainly girls - but it's surprisingly enjoyable for anyone of all ages by the heart. (B+)(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)

Brian S (us) wrote: Not as good as I thought it would be. But, still worth a view. My favorite part was when the interviewer asked a Kabbalist if he believed in the existence of God. He answered "No.". The interviewer said "You don't believe in God?" He said. "Yes. But, I don't believe the word existence applies to God."

Jack P (ca) wrote: A throughly good horror film with a somewhat sense of originality. This film carried classic horror elements such as the typical isolated town, suspense and a crazy killer. Highly creepy in parts and damn right disturbing, jeepers creepers made for a great hour and a half worth of horror.

Private U (jp) wrote: haha yayy! this movie was my favorite when i was little :)

Grant S (mx) wrote: Sweet, feel-good movie. A growing-up drama (sort of Wonder Years-like) with some great humour and some romance thrown in. Main adult characters are played by Juliette Lewis and C Thomas Howell, who put in decent performances. However, it is 11-year old Eliza Dushku, in her first movie, who steals the show with a sweet, remarkable performance. Supporting cast includes 13-year old Katherine Heigl, also in her first movie. Interesting to see the humble beginnings of these now-stars.Great 60s soundtrack.

Cherrie H (au) wrote: it quite and really good movie not much

Shane D (ca) wrote: Thus far on my journey through the dark recesses of Van Damme's career, I have to say that Double Impact has been the film I've enjoyed the most. Sure, it's super corny and the twin premise is laughable, plus the bad guys and their henchmen are ridiculous. But 20 some years later, what could you possible want to get out of a film like this other than a few ironic laughs. It's better than Hard Target on the Van Damme measuring stick. For what it's worth.

Alejandro E (fr) wrote: Touching B/W silent drama about a woman in the pursuit of real happiness.Bravo,Chaplin

Jim P (au) wrote: If you are going to shoot most of your movie in one room (a cellar) then your actors have to be top-notch. Unfortunately, if the budget requires you to shoot in a single room, it usually means the actors aren't top notch. That sums up this movie.

Richard R (us) wrote: Although the 2003 remake of Texas Chainsaw Massacre was excellently done, this unnecessary prequel purely relies on gore and gross-out horror than actual chills and scares. While it is done effectively and in horrific fashion; with a horrible meal scene reminiscent of the original film, the very fact that it is a horror prequel set in the same place means that you know the outcome before the end is even near. So there's nothing to surprise, nothing to essentially scare and once you reach the end you're that desensitised to gore that there's nothing more in it.