Tucker: The Man and His Dream (1988) 1080p YIFY Movie

Tucker: The Man and His Dream (1988) 1080p

The story of Preston Tucker, the maverick car designer and his ill-fated challenge to the auto industry with his revolutionary car concept.

IMDB: 6.93 Likes

  • Genre: Biography | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.14G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 110
  • IMDB Rating: 6.9/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for Tucker: The Man and His Dream (1988) 1080p

Based on a true story. Shortly after World War II, Preston Tucker is a grandiose schemer with a new dream, to produce the best cars ever made. With the assistance of Abe Karatz and some impressive salesmanship on his own part, he obtains funding and begins to build his factory. The whole movie also has many parallels with director Coppola's own efforts to build a new movie studio of his own.


The Director and Players for Tucker: The Man and His Dream (1988) 1080p

[Director]Francis Ford Coppola
[Role:]Jeff Bridges
[Role:]Frederic Forrest
[Role:]Martin Landau
[Role:]Joan Allen


The Reviews for Tucker: The Man and His Dream (1988) 1080p


Reviewed by ([email protected])Vote: 9/10/10

Thus is a superb movie. Firstly, the story line is just great. The truestory of a man who fights against all the odds to realize his dream.Secondly, it's hard to imagine a better cast. They do an extraordinary jobin bringing to life all the wonderful characters involved. Jeff Bridges isperfect as Tucker, and Landau is brilliant as the money man. But what reallymakes this work, is the way Tucker's undying spirit is brought out. He seemsto lose the battle of making cars, but wins the ultimate battle offulfilling himself and keeping his integrity. {"They're only machines, theidea's the important thing."] Over the years, I have collected many hundredsof movies, but this one has to be in the top ten. By the way, I just lovedthe music sound track. Very 40's.

Not much but it's still goodReviewed byTerrell Howell (KnightsofNi11)Vote: 7/10

Tucker: The Man and His Dream is a good spirited story of perseverance, loyalty, honor, and integrity from legendary director Francis Ford Coppola. Coppola's name is synonymous with landmark cinema that changed the face of the film industry forever with classics like The Godfather and Apocalypse Now. This movie is obviously not of that caliber, but it is an enjoyable experience nonetheless. In it, a thinner, younger, and clean shaven Jeff Bridges plays Preston Tucker, a likable businessman who had big ideas for the auto industry that would ultimately lead to bigger consequences. It's a true story about how one man tried to change the auto industry after World War II by creating the greatest car ever made. His financial support in the booming big government economy after WWII is an issue, but he perseveres through it all with the goal of achieving what others say is impossible. It's a happily inspiring tale, performed excellently by Mr. Bridges, one of my all time favorite actors.

Coppola shows in this movie that he can still be a fine director without the backing of a gangster or Vietnam war epic. He has a straightforward directing style for this straightforward film, but it doesn't fault a movie that mainly focuses on character and plot, rather than visual aesthetic. However, the film did get nominated at the Academy Awards for best Art Direction and Costume Design, and deservedly so. Tucker: The Man and His Dream is a period piece, and everything about the film stays true to its time frame. It is always interesting to see such a specific time period like the 1940's projected through an 80's lens, and Tucker: The Man and His Dream does a captivating job at this. The costumes are interesting and relevant, along with the set design and of course the cars. And it is all backed by a fantastic early 1900's jazz soundtrack.

The story itself stays mildly interesting the whole way through. It lags in some spots where not as much is happening, but it sets up for a great climax with a beautifully inspirational speech delivered by Bridges. The flow and pacing of the film has its noticeable issues and parts felt slightly choppy. The beginning of the film starts out with an infomercial/historical newsreel quirk that is very creative, but practically abandoned by the end of the film. Despite some minor flaws nothing significantly deteriorates the overall quality of the film.

Tucker: The Man and His Dream is a solid film that anyone can at least find mildly interesting, since it is based on a true story after all. Putting this film into today's perspective, it is still relevant and interesting what with all the auto industry crises going on today and how I'm sure we all wish we somebody as steadfast and innovative as Preston Tucker could pick the industry back up on its feet. I commend a film if it makes me think in terms of current events, so kudos to this film. I will say that as a Coppola film, it's nothing too special. I would obviously recommend the first two Godfathers and Apocalypse Now long before Tucker: The Man and His Dream. But as just another film, this movie is plenty enjoyable and interesting to watch.

Beware of catching dreams!Reviewed bydmills9Vote: 8/10

This man and his family endure, endure, endure and support, support, support through some of the most trying times a family could go through. He inspires the same sort of loyalty and hard work in his employees and friends.

It is so refreshing to see a movie about good people not compromising their values under pressure, although it nearly never goes the way they plan.

It's easy to believe that the man who pioneered all these safety features, Preston Tucker, would be a man of heart, and that is how he is portrayed here. In fact that is what this movie is; a film with heart.

Watch this but be careful! If you get too close you may catch his dreams.

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