🎦 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
What a great movie, patriotic and sensational.
This movie can really show the ups and downs of American society from the 1950s till the 1990s. Each time a come across this movie, on Netflix or on TV, I just watch it, maybe twice a year or more. For everyone who'd never watch it, buy/rent/stream this wonderful Tom Hanks' performance. It depicts the life of Forrest Gump, a mentally challenged man from Alabama and his close links through American history. The movie also covers the life of his siblings such as his mother (Sally Field) and Jenny, his childhood friend and lover (Robin Wright). This picture shows the great transformation of American culture and society during Forrest's 50 years of life.
2016-06-09
The best film for me
The best film I have ever seen. If you are looking for something meaningful here's the stuff!!! Cinema is all about how it makes you feel. I think I felt in every possible way during this film at the right guantities the perfect moment. After this unsurpassed experience I became a better person or more specifically I knew how I wanted to be as a person. Life is all about goodness and how you can help your fellowman. You don't have to be smart, talented, gifted, handsome, tall. You only have to be hopeful. Have belief in your actions. Have belief in the world, even in the darkest hours. When you have witnessed pure love, affection, kindness there is only one thing to do. Share it, share it to the rest of the people. Even if people believe you're wrong and nothing will change. It will.
2016-05-11
The Most Beautiful Movie I Have Ever Seen
This is without a doubt the movie I have seen the most time in my life, and I am hoping to watch it many times again before I die. I cannot understand how anyone can hate this movie, I don't give a F*** if it stole an Oscar from Pulp Fiction or The Shawshank Redemption. (Both some of my favorite movies) Probably the movie with most undeserved hate, and I can simply not understand why, This movie has everything, and here's why. This movie is both heart-warming and heart-breaking, it is funny, sad, adventurous, and most of all beautiful, to not love this movie you must be the saddest person on earth, just meaning that I do not see how anyone can not look at this movie without tears in their eyes. I mean this movie broke me down the first time I watched it, and it broke me down the 10th time I saw it. It is the most beautiful story about love, friendship, family, but if there is one thing Forrest Gump is about it is life. To see the life of this simple minded man will almost certainly change your's.The way Robert Zemeckis directs this movie is more than perfect, and is a huge part of why the movie is so utterly amazing. Without a doubt Zemecki's best movie yet, counting all the great movies he has made. The soundtrack is also one of the most beautiful I have heard in years, and and just perfectly captures the movie. Tom Hanks almost certainly gives his best performance till date, and Robin Wright just outshines herself in this amazing performance. Also incredible performances from some more unknown actors like, Sally Field, Gary Sinise, and Mykelti Williamson. I don't think I can name another movie that has both made me laugh so much and cry so much. I don't think I can name another movie where I have ever been so sad, ever been so happy, ever been so empathetic to a guy I know is pure fiction. But I think I have praised this movie long enough for you to get my view, so i am gonna finish by saying, if you haven't watched this movie you have no idea what you are missing. 10/10
2017-05-24
The feel-good film of the decade
*****WARNING: THIS REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS**** Adapted from the novel of the same name by Winston Groom, "Forrest Gump" is unlike any movie I've ever seen. For the duration of its two-hour run, it enchants and moves, amazes and inspires, seamlessly blending comedy and drama, history and fantasy, threading its spellbinding yarn against the backdrop of some of the defining events in modern American history.

"Forrest Gump" is about Forrest Gump, an everyman from Alabama. While Forrest is none too bright, he can run like the wind, which secures him a scholarship to the University of Alabama. As the film continues, he becomes a footballer, a soldier, a ping-pong champion, a folk hero and a multi-millionaire. He meets Elvis Presley and JFK; exposes the Watergate Scandal; saves lives in the Vietnam War; runs across the United States; becomes a household name as a highly successful shrimping boat captain; makes the cover of Forbes magazine; and inspires John Lennon's iconic record "Imagine." And yet, in spite of all these events, the defining moments in Forrest's life are those he shares with Jenny, his childhood sweetheart, who flits in and out of his life as she goes on a downward spiral trying to come to terms with being a survival of physical and sexual abuse by her father when she was a child.

It is from these tender and real moments between Forrest and Jenny that the film finds it emotional core. Their relationship develops over the years and ultimately leads to them marrying and having a son together. But even then, Jenny's traumatic past comes back to haunt her, as the years of self-destructive behaviour that it triggered led to her becoming ill with an unknown virus (possibly HIV/AIDS) that tragically claims her life towards the end of the movie.

"Forrest Gump" is very much a take it or leave it film. It could be viewed as one-dimensional, optimist bilge, about an idiot meandering aimlessly through life, merely getting lucky. Reading between the lines, though, you find a masterpiece, careening between sadness and joy, pain and triumph. Robert Zemeckis' direction is almost flawless; he renders "Forrest Gump" with aesthetic quality and flair. It includes soundtrack with contributions from various American artists and, of course, Alan Silvestri, who composes a beautiful piano suite that is magical in itself.

Recognising technical and writing merit, the standard of acting in "Forrest Gump" is high as to be almost off the scale. Tom Hanks's performance as Forrest Gump accrued Oscar, Golden Globe and SAG awards that he wholly deserved; he plays Forrest's naivety and vulnerability well and his monologue at Jenny's grave was a tearjerker. Robin Wright's portrayal of Jenny - a woman crying out for help - was tender and real and Gary Sinise, playing Forrest's commanding officer in the Army, Lt. Dan Taylor, who loses his legs after being wounded in combat, is superb, flawlessly capturing Lt. Dan's wrath, melancholy and despair and later his redemption and joy.

There is no way to define "Forrest Gump" as a movie. It can only be defined as art.
2012-12-11
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
Purity and innocence retained
I have seen this movie easily a half a dozen times, and I find that the beauty of the film is how Forrest Gump not only shares his innocence and purity with others, including the audience, he also manages to retain that innocence and purity through some very difficult times. As a Viet Nam veteran, and a college graduate of the late Sixties, I could of course personally relate to the various periods that Forrest Gump endures. I would only mention that the skillful and seamless blending of music, action, and period costume was enthralling. And yet it was so perfectly understated that Forrest Gump's travels through thirty five years of the stormiest and most meaningful years of American history only became clearly defined for the viewer. Even more so than the well known chocolates quote as a metaphor for life, I felt that the remark that stupid is what you do is probably more workable for most of us.
2004-05-31
This will break hearts
First off let me be fair about the movie...nice special effects. Now with that said sit back and let me rip the hell out of this horrible movie. I personally think Paramount and Robert Zemekis were handing out their own batch of Jim Jones Kool Aid at every theater in America when this was out.

From start to finish I dont think I have ever seen a movie (I say movie, because this is not a film) that is more predictable, melo-dramatic, or sterotypicable. How in the world this dreck won best picture is beyond me. I personally believe the Academy was doing Speilberg a favor and awarded his buddy Zemekis for making an overblown bad film. Lets face it if this movie only grossed 60 million it would have been cosidered a failure and would have won best special effects and thats IT!!! In my opinion this is Ishtar part 2, without Isabelle Adjani. This movie was a forshadow of things to come from Zemekis. Contact, Cast Away, What lies Beneath; although better films than Forrest Gump just proves Zemekis has sold his soul to the BIG HOLLYWOOD garbage machine. Come back Bob, you were once a promising director.
2002-08-11
Dropping My Keys
I remember John Byner, the stand-up comic and impressionist of the 1970s talking about guys crying at movies, how it's not an acceptable behavior. He advised the men in his audience to drop their keys, do something that gets them to lean forward, wipe their faces, and get things under control.

I dropped my keys watching Forrest Gump. Lieutenant Dan comes over the hill at Forrest and Jenny's wedding, new legs, fiancé at his side, clean-cut and happy.

Forrest states the obvious, "Lieutenant Dan, you gawt le-eggs!"

And the water-works just started to flow.

I sit up straight and clear my throat. Got 'em (the keys, that is). My wife leans over and gives me a kiss. She says, "That's why I love you."

Other than a few historical fussinesses and plot slickeries, none of which are worth mentioning, this is as close to a perfect, emotionally-satisfying entertainment as I have ever seen.

I love this movie. I never tire of the simple story of the guy with the lowest IQ in the room being the smartest guy in the room. It's filled with a patriotic decency you can only find in The Wizard of Oz and To Kill a Mockingbird.

When Dorothy is aching for home and the Wizard can't deliver, I drop my keys. When Scout points to the man behind Jem's bedroom door and says, "Hey, Boo," the fob goes flying.

The next time I get out my copy to show to my 11th Grade US History kids, I'll start fingering my key chain.

I can't help it.
2016-05-19
Quite possibly the best movie ever made.
I've seen most of the top-voted 30 or 40 movies here at IMDb, and Forrest Gump probably wins my vote for the single best movie ever made.

This is not a conclusion I came to the first time I saw this film, or the second. The more you understand about this movie, the more you like it. And in terms of understanding it, my wife and I both were still gaining new understanding the 5th or 6th time we watched it. (For example: Why does Jenny behave exactly as she does throughout the movie? It'll take a lot of thinking to =fully= understand her.)

Just the fact that we've seen it at least half a dozen times says a lot. There are few movies that I ever even give a second viewing.

Like many of the truly good movies, there are people out there who see it once and consider it to be a waste of time. Such people are usually just looking for the most "action," gore and sex they can find, and haven't a clue about films that actually involve thought, ideas, and life.

Did I mention the script is absolutely brilliant? There are a lot of =truly= funny moments. And the music rocks. But those are only specific aspects of a movie that has just about everything else right about it as well.

See it, enjoy it, think about it, see it again. Think about it some more. Forrest Gump is one of the greatest movies -- if not THE greatest -- ever made.
2007-12-01
Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwww
It really isn't a good sign when a film has you reaching for the sick bag after only a few minutes.

This film features one of Tom Hanks's most insufferable performances, as the eponymous simpleton who embarks on an odyssey across America ( and Vietnam - what did they do to deserve such a fate?). The scene in which Forrest's mother dies inadvertently provided some comic relief after interminable scenes of Gump running across America, meeting Presidents, and maintaining a frankly creepy crush on childhood "sweetheart" Jenny.

This nauseating piece of reactionary twaddle is something the CIA should consider as a means of extracting information from anyone they saw fit. I'd be screaming for mercy after 10 minutes.

And what were the Academy smoking when they gave Hanks an Oscar for this turd? Avoid at all costs - but if you really must watch it a bottle of whisky may numb your senses into submission enough to allow a viewing.
2007-05-24
📹 Forrest Gump full movie HD download 1994 - Tom Hanks, Robin Wright Penn, Gary Sinise, Mykelti Williamson, Sally Field, Rebecca Williams, Michael Conner Humphreys, Harold G. Herthum, George Kelly, Bob Penny, John Randall, Sam Anderson, Margo Moorer, Ione M. Telech, Christine Seabrook, Siobhan Fallon, Peter Dobson, John Worsham - USA. 📀
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