Before We Go

Before We Go

A woman who is robbed on her way to catch the 1:30 train to Boston is left stranded in New York City. She meets a man who helps her during the course of the night and the two form a romance.

A young woman in New York City misses the 1:30 train to Boston. On the way she is robbed. She is lost in the dark underbelly of New York at night with nothing and no one. A street musician spends the night trying to help her make it back home before her husband does. Throughout the night they learn a lot about one another and eventually find a romance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Before We Go torrent reviews

Ethan L (ca) wrote: Amusing moments in so- so documentary. C+

Zahid C (ru) wrote: Day: TuesdayDate: 11 Dec 2012Time: 11.30 pmWith: No OneOn: Laptop

LukeNukem M (es) wrote: This is the worst film I've ever seen!

Lee M (gb) wrote: The material eventually falls apart, caught between the mechanics of an out-of-the-closet farce and a tender story of personal and familial acceptance. The festivities kick off with a hearty ho-ho-ho. They end with a disconcerting no-no-no.

Jedalyn S (fr) wrote: Grrrr! kadiri ito!! waaaaaa

Douglas W C (us) wrote: Amazing well told true story. There is no higher calling than giving your life so that someone else can be ready for the afterlife.

Tyler L (jp) wrote: Robert Layton(Rob Lowe) is an attorney who overworks himself so much, he has no time for his wife and daughter. Nathan Andrews is a young boy who doesn't have much time left to spend with his mother, who's heart is failing. Two different individuals who end up more alike as this film goes on. While Robert is trying to save local fishing rights to the local fishermen. Nathan is trying to find the perfect gift to please his dying mother, who always dreamed of being a dancer and had a pair of dancing shoes that always made her smile as a kid. Then in the department store, Nathan finds the perfect gift, a 20 dollar pair of dancing shoes, one's that Robert returned to the store after they fell off the back of the delivery truck. Nathan tries to find ways to pay for the shoes, ending up collecting cans to do so. In the climax, It's Christmas Eve, Robert is trying to do some last minute shopping for his family. Nathan gathers his money to pay for the shoes, as his mother's condition worsens. Both end up at the department store. Both end up in the same line. What happens next is heartbreaking one minute and uplifting the next.Overall a very powerful film about family, faith and about one man's journey from a total jerk to a devoted and caring family man. Based on the bestselling book and the hit song by Newsong. Robert Layton didn't know he needed a miracle, until one happened. Rob Lowe does one of his best performances of his career and the rest of the actors are quite well. Prepare the tissues because you will get emotional throughout this film.5 stars out of 5

Johnny T (mx) wrote: A crazed pig goes on a killing spree through the Australian outback. When an American journalist is killed her husband arrives to hunt the porcine killer down. As you'd expect from a director graduated who from Duran Duran videos, Russell Mulcahy overloads on the strobes, filters and eye-dart edits like they're going out of fashion. The film has a pretty weak script, and meanders around its plot somewhat. It seems unable to decide whether the antagonist of the piece is the titular boar, or the deranged and dangerous locals Benny and Dicko. As the movie progresses, my despise for this movie started to grow more and more. And why is that? Because the majority of the film doesn't even concern the creature, negating it's presence for the main portion of the film, content to let two separate subplots take over the film, mainly about the conflicts between the human characters. Not even quick cutting fails to disguise the fact that the creature doesn't move very much and is a pretty lifeless model. The oddball nightmare style and Dean Semler's startling visuals are effective but the prop pig and under par acting let the film down. Razorback is possibly one of the most overrated and absolutely the worst Australian film I've ever seen. "Hit The Exits" - [Panned Reaction] These are some of the worst films ever made. These films do everything wrong and do it worse than bad. Audiences should never see this film under any circumstances! (Films that are rated 0.5 or 1 stars)

Jamie C (br) wrote: Not a comedy film because there was none in it, No need for this film to be made I think I laughed once, Very disappointing.

Meredith W (mx) wrote: Has a "Juno" feel to its quirkiness, only nowhere near as good. It features some good music in the soundtrack though.