🎦 Forrest Gump full movie HD download (Robert Zemeckis) - Drama, War, Romance, Comedy. 🎬
Forrest Gump
Year:
1994
Country:
USA
Genre:
Drama, War, Romance, Comedy
IMDB rating:
8.8
Director:
Robert Zemeckis
Tom Hanks as Young Forrest Gump
Robin Wright Penn as Jenny Curran
Gary Sinise as Lt. Dan Taylor
Mykelti Williamson as Pvt. Benjamin Buford 'Bubba' Blue
Sally Field as Mrs. Gump
Rebecca Williams as Nurse at Park Bench
Michael Conner Humphreys as Young Forrest Gump
George Kelly as Barber
Bob Penny as Crony
John Randall as Crony
Sam Anderson as Principal
Margo Moorer as Louise, Mrs. Gump's Housekeeper
Ione M. Telech as Elderly Woman
Christine Seabrook as Elderly Woman's Daughter
Siobhan Fallon as School Bus Driver (as Siobhan J. Fallon)
Peter Dobson as Young Elvis Presley
John Worsham as Southern Gentleman / Landowner
Storyline: Forrest Gump is a simple man with a low I.Q. but good intentions. He is running through childhood with his best and only friend Jenny. His 'mama' teaches him the ways of life and leaves him to choose his destiny. Forrest joins the army for service in Vietnam, finding new friends called Dan and Bubba, he wins medals, creates a famous shrimp fishing fleet, inspires people to jog, starts a ping-pong craze, creates the smiley, writes bumper stickers and songs, donates to people and meets the president several times. However, this is all irrelevant to Forrest who can only think of his childhood sweetheart Jenny Curran, who has messed up her life. Although in the end all he wants to prove is that anyone can love anyone.
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Reviews
Excellent
One of the best movies I have ever seen - It made me realize truth and innocence still lives. The love he had was pure. I cried watching this movie. Also the way in which the story goes -the political element in it -very accurate and nice. Also every character in this film

100/100 for the director and story writer - Not to mention the extraordinary legend Tom Hanks....Tom Hanks, Robin Wright Penn, Gary Sinise, Mykelti Williamson - every one has played their part beautifully.

If U haven't seen this movie - you are missing one of the greatest movie ever made....
2007-07-29
A man named Forrest Gump tells his life story while sitting on a bench. You see him on amazing adventures, each one different from the last.
Awesome movie! This is my favorite movie. The story, the soundtrack and the actors (Tom Hanks is excellent in this role)is very well composed. Although Forrest Gump is considered "dumb", he manages to do great thing with his life. A classic, definitely watch it! 10 out of 10. A lot of laughs, serious moments, sad parts, and interesting scenes combined into a jumble of greatness. Forrest does overcome many obstacles, which makes this movie even greater. A classic in my opinion. If you have ever considered watching the movie, pop it in, sit down and prepared to be mesmerized by this spectacular movie. I hope you enjoy this movie and much as I did!
2015-09-27
Stupid is this movie
On the plus side, I think I saw this movie for free, or at the most paid $1 for admittance when I was in college and it was shown in the campus theater. On the negative side is everything else, most notably the movie's lack of empathy for any of its character. Every character, not just Gump, is walking through this movie with no goal, no destination, and no clue, as to what the other characters are doing. Someone off-screen must've just shouted "move" over and over again, and then filmed the result. Gump goes here. Gump goes there. Sally Field says this. Sally Field dies. And so on. The reasons behind the historical footage inserts is not to prove it can be done but to distract one from realizing how badly the rest of the film had come together up until the inserts.

Anyone who cheers for this movie must also resemble a box of chocolates - flat, consisting of cardboard, and soon empty of their contents.
2001-09-22
It is all about Shrimp.
It is all about Shrimp.

Forrest Gump show us how a well done thing is the best way to achieve great results. This stories is about so basic things, but so amazing at same time, we understand that sometimes be idiot is good. Forrest isn't the most intelligent man, in really Forrest is just talented, but he don't know, in reality we are like he. He can make things so big, and he can make things who inspire millions. Forrest is a example of don't plan your life, just live your life. This is the main argument: you don't need to be the most intelligent people in the world, you just need to be your self, and you will find follow in the most crazy you can imagine, because it is life, it not logical, but it is how works.
2016-02-08
The apex of Hollywood trash
This movie, nothing more than a cheesy scenes needlessly thrown together, truly has no heart or point to it, and is among the worst that I have seen. It attempts to do everything without focusing its attempts. Just like the way that a person who tries to multitask only does a semi-good job on either task, this movie does no good job at anything. If the movie were sped up, it would seem like a parody of Hollywood films. I am honestly shocked that anyone enjoyed this film. Not only did the Oscars like it, they liked it more than "The Shawshank Redemption" and "Pulp Fiction", both among the best movies of all time,and both released in the same year.
2010-06-19
A classic film that cant be see enough
A classic Robert Zemeckis film. The movie captures the life of Forrest perfectly. Its sweet and charming, it contains true depth and grace to its characters and story. Its an accomplished feat of cyber-cinema that it tricks, not to mention subtler ones, look amazingly seamless. As he did in "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" and the "Back to the Future" films, Robert Zemeckis is bound to leave viewers marveling at the sheer wizardry behind such effects. Even the opening credit sequence, featuring a feather that drifts along a perfectly choreographed trajectory until it reaches its precise destination. The movie grabs the attention of most people. SEE IT
2015-12-30
A magical and powerful celebration of life. A true classic.
Every so often there are movies that seemingly get released right at the right time and subsequently become cultural phenomenons beyond their creators' wildest dreams. These movies often largely retain that success and esteem over the years (Gone with the Wind, Star Wars and Jaws among others) or age poorly and get viewed as undeserving of their huge success at the time (for instance, Independence Day). Although no movie appeals to absolutely everyone's taste, Robert Zemeckis' Forrest Gump certainly can be said to belong more in the former category. Released in 1994 it raked in nearly seven hundred million dollars worldwide, becoming the second biggest box office hit of '94 (after The Lion King) and mopped the floor at that year's Academy Awards, winning six trophies including Best Picture (although I prefer Pulp Fiction and The Shawshank Redemption by the tiniest of margins, but this isn't about those two), Director and Actor. It's a classic that, after first seeing it in 1997 when I was 9, has stayed with me to this day. I'm about to explain why.

I don't think there's any need for me to talk about the story, so let me begin with the cast ensemble Zemeckis assembled for this film. Sally Field will always be Mrs. Gump to me, and she turns in a beautiful performance as a strong woman with integrity who vehemently refuses to think of her son as a retard and does her best to make sure he never sees himself as one. An Oscar-nominated Gary Sinise is riveting as the hard-bitten but scarred military man Lt. Dan who comes to learn from Forrest the values of redemption and selflessness. Robin Wright Penn is heartbreaking as Forrest's free-spirited but deeply troubled true love whose life takes a very different route to Forrest's, and Mykelti Williamson also gives a very touching turn as Bubba, the African-American young man with a heart of gold who becomes Forrest's best friend in Vietnam.

But at the risk of sounding like a hyperbolic and dangerously obsessed fanboy, I daresay the acting masterclass Tom Hanks puts forth here is the finest display of acting I have ever witnessed. No other actor before or since has made such a convincing transformation into the heart, body and soul of another person as Hanks does here. Every delayed or confused mannerism is spot-on, his Southern accent is flawless and his every emotion letter-perfect. In the whole film, particularly the grave scene towards the end, you look into his eyes and you don't see Tom Hanks, you see Forrest Gump. Utter perfection.

Many will say the storyline is a contrived, manipulative and even conservative affair (and, admittedly, in some respects they may be right), but they're oblivious to the darker subtext in Eric Roth's screenplay and the many postmodern storytelling methods Zemeckis deploys here. While we watch Forrest encounter so many historic people and events, we see Jenny experience the negative side of '60s and '70s counterculture as she protests the Vietnam War, embraces alcohol, drugs and illicit sex and also for much of the film's duration Forrest's impairments are exploited for laughs. When we analyze this side of the story the film becomes much darker than it initially seems. The unconventional methods Zemeckis uses in telling Forrest's story enhance this – in his narration he discusses things that are yet to happen and the placing of Tom Hanks into old footage of the real-life events gives the movie a revisionist historical feel.

Another huge plus is the soundtrack, containing most of the greatest artists from the '50s to the early '80s.

Forrest Gump's charm and appeal is timeless, and its artistic craft is even better. It's a rollicking tapestry of American history from the '50s to the '80s (both good and bad), driven by a powerhouse ensemble cast and a brilliant crew working on a brilliantly constructed screenplay filled with dozens of lines that have entered the lexicon, all brought together by the love and passion of a genius director. Forrest Gump is a classic that will look handsome in any DVD collection, and is yet another movie that never leaves me feeling amazed no matter how much older I get. A true classic.
2009-04-21
Awesome
There are movies that you can stand up while watching, go to the toilet or get another bowl of popcorn, and than there are movies, that keep you bound to your chair till the end because it's heartfelt and spectacular plot is just too good.

The latter is what this movie is. There is no way, anybody would be able to take their eyes off of this masterpiece directed by Robert Zemeckis. It combines one of the most beautiful screenplays in the 20th century and a score that keeps playing in your head until you peacefully fall asleep or just die and go straight to heaven.

The leading role of Forest Gump is being played by an astonishingly good Tom Hanks - such a great performance! As well portrayed is the smaller role of the mother, played by Sally Fields and Gumps big love-interest Jenny, portrayed by Robin Wright.

Boots the house down, this is a must-see movie for every generation.
2016-01-04
7 Year-Olds Give The Best Movie Reviews Ever
Can't take credit for this gem. Even if I am her mother.

Forest Gump: Movie review by Josephine

So, it's about this really stupid grown-up and there's blood and stuff and it's not appropriate for anyone else in my class, probably, but, you know, you guys let me watch stuff like this. What is up with that? And there's this really bad girl named Jenny, and I hated her clothes. But once she cuts her hair she turns good again. And a guy with no legs, who was weird. He made shrimp, which is gross, except for the popcorn kind. He got a lot better when he cut his hair, too. I liked it. It was funny. Can I watch it again tonight?
2015-02-04
Very, very bad
This is truly one of the worst movies ever made. Forrest Gump just happens to be at every event which was important for US history the last 30 years. Maybe he was responsible for the assassination of President Kennedy and Dr Martin Luther King. When they showed the first landing on the moon I expected him to show up and shake hands with Neill Armstrong.

Moral of the film: act stupid and you will become the richest bore in the world, act normal and you will be punished in every possible way.

Furthermore don't you think that Mr Gump is an alien from outer space? Nobody knows his father, his behaviour is robotic and super-human at the same time and Forrest jr will conquer the world. A kind of one man "Invasion of the Body-Snatchers".

1999-04-06
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