Tiger Warsaw

Tiger Warsaw

Chuck brought sorrow to his family when he shot his father who is now a semi-invalid. After 15 years of self destruction, he returns home to seek forgiveness.

Chuck brought sorrow to his family when he shot his father who is now a semi-invalid. After 15 years of self destruction, he returns home to seek forgiveness . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tiger Warsaw torrent reviews

Laara C (kr) wrote: Quite gem to have found this movie, so much to relate. Paloma is a 12 year old but quite brighter than the adults that surround her, shes quite an old soul from the way she express about life itself. She decides that once she turns 12, she will end life once and for all. She decides to make a movie, mocking how humans are and how every little thing that humans do is just way to odd. For her, being in a repetitive cycle and the expectations that parents, society, and other factors have don't interest her. While discovering this, she meets two kindred spirits who live in the same building. The tenant of the building who lives with her cat, loves to eat chocolate while reading her book collections. Than Kakuro Ozu who is also an interesting new neighbor is drawn to the tenant but also Paloma. All three become great friends...The movie at the end has so much meaning, it is when you open your heart its when your lesson is complete and for others it is not because they have a lot to learn.

Asli A (kr) wrote: Mithya is a fascinating tale of the question of identity, with some beautiful screenplay and some very spontaneous acting. Supported by a brilliant cast, the movie is a must watch!

Nancy M (mx) wrote: I LOVE westerns and OMG...this is a good one!!! Great story, characters and OMG!! I absolutely LOVED the ending!!!!!!

Troy K (mx) wrote: Some of it is obvious, but overall it is a great movie.

Tony M (nl) wrote: "Something New" is a rom-com with something different. Simon Baker is wonderful. There's an energy to this film that keeps me watching it over and over again.

holly r (mx) wrote: I liked it better than I thought I would.

Claudio F (kr) wrote: I don't get the bad reviews and negativity it was interesting and well done, though it fails towards the end, a bit anti climatic in the sense that doesn't make a whole lot of sense even for a sci fi-the ending could have been a lot more interesting and dark, as it was the first half of the movie.Still, a good movie if you are into the genre.

(es) wrote: Please I want to watch it

Kevin G (ca) wrote: It's an incredibly fascinating story of a friendship and subsequent conflict between two really great bands. You couldn't write some of these characters, they're so unique and raw. I specifically speak of Anton Newcombe, who is clearly both an extremely innovative mastermind of music, while simultaneously a complete train wreck of a human being. I was already a fan of The Dandy Warhols, but this has in many ways made me more interested to hear some more of Brian Jonestown Massacre. The idea that all of this crazy rivalry and dysfunctional events were happening in the background of the creations of some of my favorite songs makes the film even more resonant with me. In many ways this is a documentary that just truly got lucky, there's so much brutally honest behavior being captured here, it's like a blast of unrestrained sincerity. It makes me even more interested to study some of the other band conflicts of the time like the famous Blur/Oasis one, which I can frankly only wish had been captured as meticulously as the conflict in this was.

Jamal S (br) wrote: Hands down one of the Spike Lee films ever released!

Anthony C (us) wrote: A clever, no holds barred dark comedy with brilliant performances and exciting crime.

Nick M (ru) wrote: This knocked off A Clockwork Orange from the #1 spot on my Top Ten list after 10 years....surreal, intense and unique

Riley O (jp) wrote: Great plot, great role played by Harrison and some exciting sequences make this Tom Clancy novel come to life.

Matt D (us) wrote: Damn. I always knew 'The Birdcage' was a remake of this film but I didn't know until tonight just how closely that remake followed the scene for scene breakdown of this film. What makes that fact so remarkable though is how ahead of the game that means this original film was in terms of putting homosexuality front and center on the big screen. A part of me wishes I had seen this one first so I could see and be surprised by its twists and turns as they happened, but regardless of knowing the plot it still kills with a perfect blend of humor and heart. Other bonus points for Laurent being the biggest dreamboat imaginable!

Esteban G (ru) wrote: "Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage."Hateship Loveship is director Liza Johnson's followup to her debut film, Return, which I never had the opportunity to check out, but despite the fact that I wasn't very impressed with her effort in this film I do see some positive qualities in her film making. Somehow she managed to draw me into the story despite the fact that it centered on almost all unlikable or strange characters. The pacing of the film is extremely slow so you have to be patient with it, and there are also one too many relational conflicts explored which leave many undeveloped or forced moments. The romantic story felt a bit awkward and rushed, but the performances are the highlight of this film. I had never seen Kristen Wiig in a dramatic role before and I thought she gave a solid performance although her character is perhaps the quirkiest. I still enjoy her more in comedic roles, but she proves to have some versatility. Her character might seem quiet and domesticated, but she has a strong and resolute will. Guy Pierce is by far the most unlikable character as he play a carless drug addict and ex-con, but the story redeems him. Hailee Steinfeld continues to impress as a child actress and she delivers yet another solid performance. And finally you have the reliable Nick Nolte who is always a great addition to a film. Hateship Loveship has several pacing issues and an unconventional love story that will turn audiences off, but fans of Wiig will enjoy her unique character in this dramatic film.The screenplay was adapted by Mark Poirier (Smart People) from Alice Munro's (Away from Her) short story. The main character, Johanna Perry (Kristen Wiig), is as a caregiver who has to look for a new job after the old lady she has worked for passes away. She is hired by Mr. McCauley (Nick Nolte) who wants her to take care of his granddaughter Sabatha (Hailee Steinfeld). Her mother died in a traffic accident and her father, Ken (Guy Pierce), lives in Chicago and is in no condition of taking care of her due to his drug related problems. When Johanna arrives, Ken happens to be visiting Sabatha, so the two meet and before he heads back to Chicago he leaves a thank you note for her. Sabatha gives Johanna her father's address when she asks for it so she can write him back, but Sabatha's friend, Edith (SamiGayle) decides to play a cruel trick on her. Offering to post the letter for Johanna she keeps it and convinces Sabatha to play along and trick Johanna by corresponding with her in her father's name. Johanna begins to fall in love with Ken thinking he is the one writing her, but despite Edith's cruel trick, Johanna finds a way to redeem herself.Despite the slow pacing, Hateship Loveship has a very important underlying theme which I found uplifting. These two characters that end up falling for each other might not have much chemistry on screen because they are not your typical couple, but what I did get out of it was the importance of not being judgmental. That is perhaps Johanna's greatest asset as she is very quiet and patient. She is treated in an unfair manner but she is determined to forgive and expect the best in the other person without judging them for their actions. Eventually that quality is what helps Ken redeem himself and find his purpose. Sometimes all the other person needs is some patience and not someone to point their finger at them. The characters in Hateship eventually become interesting although at first it might be difficult to relate with them. The ending felt a bit rushed, but I had a decent time with this movie and ended up enjoying it more than I expected to (although not nearly as much as my father did).