World's Greatest Dad
Robin Williams stars as Lance Clayton, a man who has learned to settle. He dreamed of being a rich and famous writer, but has only managed to make it as a high school poetry teacher. His only son Kyle (Daryl Sabara) is an insufferable jackass who won’t give his father the time of day. He is dating Claire (Alexie Gilmore), the school’s adorable art teacher, but she doesn’t want to get serious --
- Stars:Robin Williams, Daryl Sabara, Morgan Murphy, Naomi Glick, Dan Spencer, Geoff Pierson, Henry Simmons, Zach Sanchez, Alexie Gilmore, Evan Martin, Ellie Jameson, Michael Thomas Moore, Ray Mist, Jermaine Williams, Lorraine Nicholson,
- Director:Bobcat Goldthwait,
- Writer:Bobcat Goldthwait
When his son's body is found in a humiliating accident, a lonely high school teacher inadvertently attracts an overwhelming amount of community and media attention after covering up the truth with a phony suicide note. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
World's Greatest Dad torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: I made it through this one. Does have some humor in it. Still it's only 1 hr and a half and seems to drag on forever.
(kr) wrote: A complete rip off of Twister but still good.
(it) wrote: A very funny, beautiful film about an unintentionally funny, horrible film. This totally made my day.
(de) wrote: Entertaining enough but some of the storyline was lame, it dragged in places and it was way too dark, I could hardly see what was going on! Started off really promising, lots of suspense but they overdid it. I figured out pretty much what was going on before it was revealed and once I had, it just dragged and dragged and there wasn't enough gore to compensate. Got a little better towards the end but the whole devil boy idea was so stupid, not my thing at all...it reminded me of The Hamiltons..good film until you knew they were vampires, then it was just silly. It was better than I expected though so horror fans should just see for themselves.
(mx) wrote: I found this to be more enjoyable than the first. The first has a very good premise and some good moments but as a whole isn't amazing. This film puts things on a bigger scale and makes it intentionally parody-like. So I'd suggest watching both with friends if you're looking for something alright to watch and maybe laugh at.
(fr) wrote: Wow, not scary at all, in fact quite goofy and un-serious if anything. A satanic waxworks comes to town and lures unsuspecting teens into its various traps. Wouldn't watch this again, and probably won't bother with the sequel.
(de) wrote: Nice Spielberg flick that had some outstanding special effects for it's time and gives lots of backstory explanations for the Doyle Sherlock saga, but reminds one too much of a Raiders movie (Temple of Doom) and has Watson's character being a real whiner, which he isn't in the Doyle books. It is an enjoyable film, if you can overlook the unpleasant end.
(br) wrote: Its a classic. It one of Hrishikesh Mukherjee stable of comic films. Need to say more?
(kr) wrote: My favorite play. I've seen every version committed to film that I can find and this one surpasses them all. Additionally it's one even my young grand daughter enjoyed and understood. Tennant shines in this production which has been called "the Hamlet of a generation". I loved how he brought out Hamlet's smart-mouth side, yet still delivers even in the darkest scenes.
(it) wrote: One of the high-water marks of 20th Century cinema and a film that holds up to countless re-watchings. Riva and Okada are brilliant, as is Duras's screenplay, the direction, cinematography and music. All in all a masterpiece.
(gb) wrote: One the best propaganda films essentially made in history from the significant and crucial part of the history itself.
(jp) wrote: More of like a toast of a wine and a cup of coffee together plus a milk shake. So what you get is something so disappointing and yet it does nothing to show you new. I also thought Banderas was lost here from Desperado and came here to fight Stallone. And that's Julianne Moore and not Salma Hayek OK!
(ru) wrote: Doesn't bear repeated viewing, but a decent way to kill 90 minutes.