Tiger Eyes 2012

Tiger Eyes (2012)

Evaluation: 5.9 (Votes: 20)

Movie Drama "Tiger Eyes" Torrent is rated with 5.9 points out of 10 on IMDb (Internet Movie Database) according to 20 ratings by critics. Film is released in 2012-04-04 by . The main stars are Amy Jo Johnson, Cynthia Stevenson, Forrest Fyre, Elise Eberle, Tatanka Means, Willa Holland, Lucien Dale, . The length of the whole piece is 92 minutes.

Original title: Tiger Eyes
Genres: Drama
Release date 2012-04-04
Duration: 92 Min
Country: United States of America
State: Released

Tiger Eyes 2012 - Download Torrent limetorrents RARBG EZTV TORRENT9 1337X ZOOQLE KickAss YIFY TORRENTZ2 Streaming Magnet - After Davey's father is killed in a hold-up, she and her mother and younger brother visit relatives in New Mexico. Here Davey is befriended by a young man who helps her find the strength to carry on and conquer her fears.

DOWNLOAD Tiger Eyes Torrent Magnet


Tiger Eyes (2012) 720p bluray.torrent

Download Link 1 Size: 800.74 MB AddDate: 2012-04-06 Seeders: 196 Leechers: 26

Tiger Eyes (2012) 1080p bluray.torrent

Download Link 2 Size: 1.60 GB AddDate: 2012-04-08 Seeders: 125 Leechers: 24

What i need to do to download Tiger Eyes torrent?
Download Tiger Eyes using uTorrent IS quickly and easily If you want to download this movie, you'll need a torrent client.
Select the desired torrent from the list.
Click button in section to download the torrent file.
Pick and choose the files you want and decide where they should be saved.
To search torrents we use limetorrents 1337X KickAss EZTV RARBG YIFY ZOOQLE TORRENT9 TORRENTZ2



Trailer YouTube
Critic Tiger Eyes Reviews

Critic Reviews

Sheri Linden

MetaScore: 60 AddDate: 06-06-2013 Autor: Sheri Linden

The movie, though uneven, benefits from a strong sense of place and an exceptionally well-cast lead.

Peter Travers

MetaScore: 75 AddDate: 06-06-2013 Autor: Peter Travers

The result is an uncommon intimacy, the kind you find in a Judy Blume novel. Her grit and grace are all over this heartfelt adventure of a movie. She gives it a spirit that soars.

Elizabeth Weitzman

MetaScore: 60 AddDate: 06-06-2013 Autor: Elizabeth Weitzman

There are no surprises among the characters — depressed mom (Amy Jo Johnson), controlling aunt (Cynthia Stevenson), new boyfriend (Tatanka Means) — but the cast is strong enough to build on familiar elements.

Eric Kohn

MetaScore: 83 AddDate: 06-06-2013 Autor: Eric Kohn

Directed by Blume's son Lawrence, this gentle drama based on Blume's 1981 novel works surprisingly well considering the numerous trappings of the material, while demonstrating exactly why it's so difficult to bring Blume's work to the screen.

Nick Schager

MetaScore: 70 AddDate: 06-04-2013 Autor: Nick Schager

An engaging (if somewhat slender) portrait of the violence of adolescent maturation.

Andrew Barker

MetaScore: 70 AddDate: 06-05-2013

For a certain type of contemplative teen girl, its sensitive handling of heavy material will surely prove affecting, though the picture sometimes veers too far to the sleepy end of low-key.

Michael Phillips

MetaScore: 75 AddDate: 06-06-2013 Autor: Michael Phillips

A gentle, honest and shrewdly realized film such as Tiger Eyes, based on the 1981 Judy Blume novel, shouldn't have to fight for a moviegoer's attention or an exhibitor's screens. But it's worth seeking out.

Jessica Shaw

MetaScore: 42 AddDate: 06-06-2013 Autor: Jessica Shaw

Best to forget the movie version exists and keep your happy childhood memories intact.

Farran Smith Nehme

MetaScore: 63 AddDate: 06-06-2013 Autor: Farran Smith Nehme

Time has robbed Blume’s subjects of shock value, but her perceptiveness hasn’t dimmed. The movie’s sincerity carries it along, and makes this story endearing despite its filmmaking clichés.

Justin Lowe

MetaScore: 60 AddDate: 06-06-2013 Autor: Justin Lowe

Davey’s tortuous emotional distress, while generically relatable, seems more appropriate to a younger teen rather than a young woman who’s practically a college freshman. This curious disjunction impacts the performances as well, which are adequate but rarely persuasive.