10 Rules For Sleeping Around

10 Rules For Sleeping Around

By following ten simple rules, 20-somethings Vince and Cameron spice up their relationship by sleeping around. But when their straitlaced friends get engaged, their relationship gets turned upside down. To put the rules to the test, they will go on the road to the Hamptons to crash the biggest party of the year where love triangles collide and off-the-wall mayhem ensues.

A screw ball sex comedy following two couples and their ten rules to a happy healthy and open relationship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


10 Rules For Sleeping Around torrent reviews

N M (gb) wrote: Very well done movie about a complex character. Was not expecting such an in depth and fascinating profile of the person as well as the art. Totally absorbing.

Carley E (us) wrote: A perfect documentary -- an interview with Donald Rumsfeld who explains his blizzard of memos during his stent as Secretary of Defense under George W Bush.

Jess (kr) wrote: Whoa, no one really reviewed this.This family of three (Mom, older daughter, young daughter) had moved into this house, after the mom and dad divorced. When they got there, they looked around to see which rooms would be theirs. Of course, like in most haunted house movies, someone is bound to pick the room that's quite far from the rest of the rooms. Guess who the lucky winner of that room was? Times up, it was the older daughter. Anyway, the young daughter gets a creepy vibe from that room, but the others are like, "Okay, whatever". Anyway, in the beginning the young daughter runs up to her moms bathroom(Mom and daughter have rooms upstairs) alone. She was really really aprehensive about being up there. So she goes up there...and BOOM she runs into a really sad woman(who is dead) She freaks the eff out and runs to tell her mom.....but like all non believers; her mom "SURPRISINGLY" doesn't believe her. Yada yada yada, later on they then start to believe that there is actually a ghost living there. Turns out a skeleton was in the wall, hence the title. A 17 year old girl was murdered by her husband in the 50's. Well anyway, the older daughter's body is taken over by the ghost, but later on gets her body back. The family moves.It was a good movie, I'll say. Not....dumb....but good. :/

Daan D (gb) wrote: Charming little English drama about a man discovering how to be a man

J C (nl) wrote: The first hour of this movie felt like a friend driving you around their hometown and showing you where they grew up. The story is interesting, and Andy (Baruchel) is a horrible person who does nothing but feels sorry for himself, but I thought that the film spent too much time with the characters driving around staring out the windows looking at run down buildings. There are a few laughs, but once the two men visit Andy's grandma the movie becomes more of a drama and much more interesting. Jay Baruchel does a great job of playing a low life loser and although Randy Quaid's accent grated on my nerves he does a fine job of portraying the sensitive hitman.

saoirse m (br) wrote: WEIRD. they blamed jews for 9/11????!!

Randy M (mx) wrote: It's one of the few movies I enjoy watching over and over. If you love Savanna and the South, you will enjoy this movie.

Paul D (kr) wrote: A quirky crime comedy in which William Forsythe shows he is so much more of an actor than some of his back catalogue appearances suggest.

Ricardo V (gb) wrote: jayne mansfield.... damn.

Private U (kr) wrote: one of the greatest. carole lombard is amazing and sooooo funny. her talents show how much of a great comedienne she is...one of the best comediennes!!!

Taio G (ca) wrote: A sizable cast mixed in a tense story makes for a guilty pleasure experience.

Nathan A (de) wrote: The beginning of this film is insane.. and got me seriously pumped for the rest of the film, wondering how in the world they were going to top that. Unfortunately they didn't.