Tucker: The Man and His Dream

Tucker: The Man and His Dream

Based on a true story. Shortly after World War II, Preston Tucker is a dynamic engineer and an enthusiastic showman who envisions the car of the future. Against mighty odds he manages to build a fleet of them - only to have his factory shut down by Detroit's Big Three automobile manufacturers. They took away his car - but nobody could take away his dream.

With great achievements under his belt, Tucker is determined to create a futuristic car for the masses: the Tucker Torpedo. Naturally, the corporate fat cats of 1947 can't abide competition from a rugged individualist; thus, with several politicos in their pockets, they crush the Tucker and the man who built it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tucker: The Man and His Dream torrent reviews

Jeremy M (us) wrote: With likable characters, a great story and a kickin' soundtrack, Any Questions For Ben succeeded in keeping me entertained and engaged despite the far too many number of aerial shots of Melbourne... On the whole, really good

Brian K (ru) wrote: Even if you were to swallow its unbelievable premise, Swing Vote lacks any real wit or warmth.

Randy L (gb) wrote: what a shitty movie, bored me to death and NOT funny at all!

Katie C (ag) wrote: I absolutely hate this movie, it looks like Elosie did the Kylie Lener lip challenge to make her lips go fat ass

Marah R (jp) wrote: Funny but not as good as the first one.

Rob M (au) wrote: Sporadically funny, but it works best as a snapshot of what Louis CK was up to before he became the Louis CK we know today.

Brent M (nl) wrote: THe acting is just ok, but its a sweet roadtrip movie. plus if you like stevie nicks or goth you got a bonus.

Ryanaldo B (ag) wrote: I wish this movie was more fun... there were maybe one or two deaths that were fun but even then it looked edited and thus all the fun in watching the deaths were taken away... I felt cheated! I was bored throughout most of it. I guess I shouldn't be too surprised... but still... it's nice to have at least a few moments of joy in a horror movie and this lacked it...

Kevin S (nl) wrote: This was another great TV movie I still remember from my youth. This one had me scared sh**less, especially the one with the voodoo doll. Man, I'm shudder just to think of it!

Tim S (es) wrote: Marooned (AKA Space Travellers) is a space race film released in 1969 by John Sturges, who also directed film classics like The Great Escape, Gunfight at the O.K. Corral and The Magnificent Seven. The film stars Gene Hackman, Richard Crenna and James Franciscus as three astronauts who are stuck in space when their engine breaks down and they're awaiting a rescue by NASA, which is headed up by Gregory Peck. Is the film good? Well, I'd say that it's just ok. It actually has some pretty good performances and gets emotional at some points, but there's almost no score and there are long patches of boringness. It's also a strange foreboding to what happened in reality with Apollo 13. The film they made about that particular incident was superior in every way, but this film is merely a snapshot of what could happen. It's science fiction-ish, I suppose, but overall, it's a less than mediocre film that really wants to be more than what it is. Surprisingly it was featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000, which is probably one of the better films ever shown on that show. They couldn't do much with it, but they did try their best, I guess.