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Stronger is a movie starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Tatiana Maslany, and Miranda Richardson. Stronger is the inspiring real life story of Jeff Bauman, an ordinary man who captured the hearts of his city and the world to become a symbol of...

Genres
Biography, Drama
Director
David Gordon Green
Starring
Richard Lane Jr., Jake Gyllenhaal, Tatiana Maslany, Miranda Richardson

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Product details

Genres Biography, Drama
Director David Gordon Green
Writer Bret Witter, Jeff Bauman, John Pollono
Stars Richard Lane Jr., Jake Gyllenhaal, Tatiana Maslany, Miranda Richardson
Country USA
Also Known As Tugevam, ストロンガー, Moc je v meni, Stronger - Io sono più forte, Pes Etme, Niezwyciężony, Stronger - A Força de Viver, Stronger: Με τη δύναμη της ζωής, Bostoni erő, 你是我的勇氣, Dar stipresnis, Más fuerte que el destino, Khazak yoter, Stiprāks, O Que te Faz Mais Forte, Snaga je u meni, Debout, Stronger - Mai puternic decât soarta
Runtime 1 h 59 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 Stronger is the inspiring real life story of Jeff Bauman, an ordinary man who captured the hearts of his city and the world to become a symbol of hope after surviving the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 02:47

First off, I should note that I've seen the original movie with very high regard, and I've also seen a few other movies from the same director. That being said, I had very high hopes for this one, and I really wasn't disappointed. I really loved the movie. The film was wonderfully shot, and the characters were all incredibly well-written. I loved the story, and the way the story unfolded. The film was entertaining, and not too gory. I don't usually like the gory movies that much, but I really loved the gore in this film. I think this film is definitely worth watching. It was also very interesting to see the rise and fall of different characters. In the beginning, we see Travolta as an arrogant, pompous, cocky actor, but he slowly begins to change, and he becomes a more down-to-earth man. Michael Douglas, who is supposed to be the strong man in the group, slowly begins to change, and becomes a man of faith and dignity. And everyone else, who you would expect to be the ones who would ultimately lead the group, slowly begins to fall in line with Travolta. I also really liked how they showed how Travolta's character, Nathan, was able to finally come to terms with his sexuality. We see him become more confident about his sexuality, and his relationship with the others. He learns to accept his sexuality, and it is shown that he starts to understand it, and how it affects his life. I also really enjoyed the fact that Travolta's character, Nick, and his friends actually did get over their hatred of him. I really liked that they did that. Also, the ending of the movie was really good. I liked how it was very unexpected, and very satisfying. I also really liked how the film ended, because it was not what I expected, and it ended the way I wanted it to end. Overall, I thought this movie was a fantastic film, and I highly recommend it. I think you'll enjoy it as much as I did.
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020 00:30

I've been a big fan of Judd Apatow's work since "Knocked Up", but this movie is a lot better than I could have expected. I think the first two movies are well-done, but the third one seems a bit thin and unfocused. "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" is a lot better, but the first two are excellent. This one is still good, but it's not as good as "Knocked Up" or "The 40-Year-Old Virgin". I think the problem is that it doesn't really develop the characters very well. It's still interesting to see them grow up, but there's not really a lot of plot. I didn't really think it was very deep or profound. I really like how the movie starts off and ends. It is very interesting to see the main characters interact, but it just doesn't seem like they have much of a reason for being there. I do like how the movie ends, but I don't really care about what happens to the characters. I think the movie could have done a better job of developing the characters, and I would have liked to have seen a more emotional scene between Joey and his parents. I don't really have anything else to say, other than the movie is good. I also really like the movie title. I think the movie is better than most people are giving it credit for, but it's not a masterpiece. I also think the movie does have some issues with the acting. I don't think the acting is as bad as some people are saying. I think that it's not really that great. I think that there were a few times where the acting really seemed awkward. There were a few times where I was like, "Wow, did they really just do that?" That's the only thing that bothered me a little bit. It's a good movie, and I think it's worth seeing.
Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 15:15

I am writing this to correct a few of the earlier reviews of this film. I must confess I was very disappointed to read some of the reviews of this film. I thought that the characters of Frank and Lou were not that well drawn. Although they are part of the story, they were not very interesting to watch. I also was not very impressed with the supporting characters, which were mostly older actors. I thought that the director, Richard Linklater, did a great job of showing the beginning of a tragic life. The story of Lou and Frank was a good one, as it had a beginning and an end. I thought that the script was very well written, especially the way that the movie ended. There were several themes that I really liked in this movie. One was the way that it showed the difference between the two sides of a relationship, and how they have to deal with that difference in the long run. Another was the idea that we all have to deal with the problems in our lives. The idea that all problems are going to be solved, and that we can accept that. I thought that the movie did a good job of showing the struggles of an alcoholic, who could not even make it through his high school graduation. The film showed how difficult it was for him to get out of that situation, and how difficult it was for him to come back to the life he once had. This film showed that the only way to deal with problems in life is to work at it. The best part of the movie was the relationship between Frank and Lou, who had been married for quite some time. The relationship between Lou and Frank was so sweet and real that it had me in tears. The film showed that you can't always rely on others to help you. You can rely on yourself to work hard at things you don't know how to do. I thought that this movie was an excellent piece of work, and I hope that people will give it a chance.


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