Bed of Roses

Bed of Roses

The seeds of love are planted when Lisa, a high-powered investment banker, receives flowers from a secret admirer. But when his fairy-tale fantasies clash with her workaholic ways, they soon find out that sometimes, it's harder than it seems for love to conquer all.

Romantic drama about a young career girl who is swept off her feet by a shy florist, who fell in love with her after one glimpse through a shadowy window. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bed of Roses torrent reviews

SINDIA (au) wrote: the coolest movie ever

Mohammed A (gb) wrote: Not a good movie to watch

Brett S (it) wrote: Chicago features plenty of catchy songs and visually wonderful song and dance sequences while also blending in drama, comedy, and thought provoking ideas.

Gabo T (br) wrote: Poco original y de bajo presupuesto. Supongo que no llegue a odiarla...

Eric H (br) wrote: "Man from Deep River" is about as shocking in its purpose as anything contained within its gore scenes. Directed by Italy's go-to-guy for cannibal sleaze, Umberto Lenzi ("Make Them Die Slowly") weaves in his share of exploitative and downright offensive elements (he can't get enough of *live* animals fighting/being cut apart) to tell the tale of an American photographer (Ivan Rassimov, sporting a bad blonde dye job) who stabs a surly bar patron while drunk, and flees up a river in the Philappines only to run afoul of a cannibal tribe. Now, while Lenzi's subsequent efforts have celebrated the 'gore-to-profits' equation to success, "Deep River" has a surprisingly human story at its core--upon first glance, Rassimov is a prisoner seeking escape; but he eventually assimilates to the tribal culture and even weds one of the ladies (Me Me Lai). In a bit of ironic turnabout, our Ugly American gets in touch with his inner human, and his journey there is told with a pulse more dramatic than horrific, which blind-sided me. While this might not be to all tastes, Lenzi's commitment to the material truly sucked me in and made me care. Those seeking an alternative to "Cannibal Holocaust" should be pleased with "The Man from Deep River."

Allan C (fr) wrote: This is a film I watched far too young and freaked me out at the time. I secretly watched it on KPTV or KTVU, who used to show uncut films in the early days of cable. Re-watching it now, it's still a pretty rough film. Charles Bronson is back as architect Paul Kersey. Most of his family was killed in the first film, but he still has one living, though traumatized daughter. Moving out to LA, he again encounters nasty one dimensional villains who brutally rape and kill his housekeeper and daughter. Bronson again seeks vigilante justice, though in the first film he killed any criminal he encountered, this time he's specifically going after those who killed off the last of his family. Bronson is also more of a killing machine in this one, getting more physical and just not shooting the bad guys. Director Michael Winner returned to direct the sequel and Mrs. Bronson, Jill Ireland, plays his love interest. Vincent Gardenia also returnsand Laurence Fishburne has a small role as one of the rapists. This film is pretty unredeemable sleazy trash, but it's pretty well made and effective trash if you like that sort of thing.

Michael H (mx) wrote: While Shaolin Martial Arts remains steadfast in the general formula, its execution is what truly raises the film above the basic storytelling that it does. The casting is stacked here and you know that it??s ridiculously stacked when Gordon Liu plays one of the backing secondary roles. Just the villains are played by fan favorites Johnny Wang and Beardy (as gimmicky invincible style roles) and we are giving some decent sized actors for the heroes too ?? including a Shaw favorite Fu Sheng. While the film does tend to oversell some of its red herrings in the second act and detract away from adding even more emotional beats and depth to the main characters, Shaolin Martial Arts moves at a wicked pace that flows with ease. The film is littered with plenty of fights to keep it going, even if most of them feel a bit generic compared to the sheer power and snappy choreography of the finale. In this way, fans are still going to love what the film has to offer ?? and as a surprise Chang Cheh throws some a bit of horrific gore in at the end for us. Just to keep us on our toes.

Gavin M (nl) wrote: Good movie. Michael Douglas and Sharon Stone put on quite a show lol

neil L (nl) wrote: The Long Good Friday is a cool old movie about a British gangster who tries to go legit but his operation gets taken over by the Ira. Ive watched it a couple times