Tom Brown's School Days

Tom Brown's School Days

When private tutor Thomas Arnold (Sir Cedric Hardwicke) becomes headmaster at Rugby, a boy's preparatory school in England, he puts into place a policy of strict punishment for unruliness and bulying. Arnold finds an ally in Tom Brown (Jimmy Lydon), a new student who is subjected to hazing and abuse by a group of older boys and is pressured by his friends to keep quiet about it. Fed up, he leads his fellow classmates in an underground rebellion against their tormentors. But certain unspoken rules still apply at the school and Brown loses his hero status when he is accussed of breaking the Rugby code of silence.

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Tom Brown's School Days torrent reviews

Filip D (ag) wrote: I agree fully with the critical consensus. I really looked forward to the movie due to the cast and the soundtrack by Alexandre Desplat, but the narrative is "curiously slack" and the drive is absent.

Eva B (br) wrote: There is true beauty in this film, portraying a once broken boy, and his road to success, overall this movie was awesome but my only issue is the actor who played Paul, not that he did a bad job, but the actor didn't suit this film.

Stanislav P (jp) wrote: ako mne sa to pacilo, je ked ten dej bol dost priehladny a od isteho momentu som uz presne vedel ako to skoci, co ale bolo horsie dokonca som vedel predvidat sceny.... ale inak pozeratelny film 3/5

Ben T (nl) wrote: A really fun movie that lead to a great tv show

Brian B (ru) wrote: A rather interesting concept, but a stupid movie about a girl getting trapped in a man's body. It's been done before and better.

Kenneth L (au) wrote: This was the second film by Alexander Payne, after the funny but broad Citizen Ruth and before the incredible run of About Schmidt, Sideways, The Descendants, and Nebraska. It's funnier and more focused than his first film, but not quite as memorable or poignant as the next four he would go on to make. It's a nice twist on the typical high-school movie in that we see things from the perspective of an adult (Matthew Broderick) rather than one of the students. The film focuses on the conflict between Broderick's character, a teacher, and Tracy Flick (Reese Witherspoon), an extremely aggressive and ambitious student dead-set on becoming student council president. The initially calm and respectable teacher, driven by his annoyance at the student, sets out to sabotage her campaign, with humorously disastrous results. All of the performances here are sharp, especially Witherspoon. You can kind of sympathize with the teacher, but at a certain point you start to realize just what a schmuck he's being. The movie's social commentary perhaps isn't as pointed as it might have been, but that's ok. It's still a very smart and enjoyable little movie.

Gavin M (ag) wrote: An okay depiction of the brave men who raised the iconic image of the American flag at Iwo Jima

Alexander C (au) wrote: Would like to get round to seeing!