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The Professor and the Madman is a movie starring Mel Gibson, Sean Penn, and Eddie Marsan. Professor James Murray begins work compiling words for the first edition of the Oxford English Dictionary in the mid 19th century, and...

Genres
Biography, Drama
Director
Farhad Safinia
Starring
Mel Gibson, Eddie Marsan, Natalie Dormer, Sean Penn

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Genres Biography, Drama
Director Farhad Safinia
Writer John Boorman, Farhad Safinia, Todd Komarnicki, Simon Winchester
Stars Mel Gibson, Eddie Marsan, Natalie Dormer, Sean Penn
Country Iceland, Hong Kong, Belgium, UK, Ireland, USA, France, Mexico
Also Known As Profesor i ludak, Profesorius ir pamiselis, O Gênio e o Louco, Entre la razón y la locura, 牛津解密, Ο Καθηγητής και ο Τρελός, Entre la Razón y la Locura, ザ・プロフェッサー・アンド・ザ・マッドマン, Deli ve Dahi, Prāta trauslā robeža, Il professore e il pazzo, El profesor y el loco, Ha'Professor Ve'Ha'Meshouga, Profesor i luðak, O Professor e o Louco
Runtime 2 h 4 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Professor James Murray begins work compiling words for the first edition of the Oxford English Dictionary in the mid 19th century, and receives over 10,000 entries from a patient at Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum, Dr. William Minor.

Top reviews

Thursday, 09 Jul 2020 05:47

One of the great film based stories ever put on film. A real tear jerker, a great story and superb performances by everyone involved. 'The Professor and the Madman' should be in the same class with the 'Dirty Harry' films for that level of realism. Many of the cast members of that era would have become real friends to this day, and a lot of them have been part of the craft since then. Gary Oldman gives an incredibly emotional performance. He was outstanding, the first real emotion I have seen in him in quite some time. Robert De Niro gives one of the best performances of his career. I have never seen him so genuine and yet so mad. He could have been anyone, but he was always so sure of himself, and his character was just so true to his own life. Al Pacino is very funny, and also very convincing as his character, who is constantly getting on their nerves and almost killing himself. Just a great performance all round. The film is about the final year of the life of the father of one of the brothers, who had been living in the country, and was known to be a bit of a nut, and the two brothers, who had grown up together, were brought together to see how far they would go for their dad. The film is told through the eyes of the boy, who was a real pain in the ass to his family, and the characters he had built up as his family and friends. The movie is told through the eyes of the boy, but in a way that is similar to 'the elder statesmen'. This was a great film, and I hope you watch it.
Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 03:25

The story of the wealthy family of Blenheim is told by a series of interviews and vignettes. The 'making of' is told by its members who clearly want to know what goes into building a high-class country house, but are too embarrassed to go public about their own thoughts on the project. The result is an unflinching portrait of the Blenheims, but with an eye for the past and a keen interest in the present. The family include a playwright, a photographer, a violinist, a painters, a football star and a novelist who is the family's rock. The family is divided in life, but they all have one thing in common. They all believe that their family should be special, and that there is something in the house that is not supposed to be there. A key to the story is the collection of family photographs which have been inherited from their fathers. The film follows the family through various moments of their life. There are portraits, stories, and portraits of the family in the background. The actors are superb, and it is clear that the film is made by someone with a special knowledge of the Blenheims. The rest of the cast is excellent, including the children and the grandchildren who also have a story to tell. The film is very moving and will leave you wishing that you could know the family. It will make you question your own perceptions of the family. It will make you want to learn more about the Blenheims. If you are thinking about seeing this film, make sure that you have not already seen the BBC2 documentary about the family.
Saturday, 25 Apr 2020 17:23

There is something about this film that is always lingering in my mind, its timeless quality and quality-based writing. It's a film about a man with a way of life. It's about a man's innocence. It's about a man's humanity. The film takes us on an emotional journey through his life and tells us about the inner conflict he faced when he tried to live as a person and a family. For the most part, the film is written with precision and detail. We are taken into the life of a man who is a professor of African-American Studies and an African-American. We see his personal struggles with his family and how he deals with his illness and the demands of his profession. The film is only half of the story, however. The film is also about an African-American man who is a professor of African-American Studies. I believe this man is Mark "Mr. Perfection" Shofner (Russell Crowe), a brilliant black man who has taught at the University of Detroit for 20 years. As a result of his work, he has received many awards and accolades. His school is known for its diversity. The film shows the inner conflict he has with his wife, his student and his wife's family. The film tells us the depth of his struggle and his triumph. The film also reveals the impact of racism on him and his family. It reveals the culture shock of being in an African-American household. This film is not perfect, however. There is a lack of consistency in the script, a little too much detail in certain scenes and some of the characters lack depth. However, the film is well-written and well-acted. The film is a great example of how a film can be good even if it's flawed.


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