Begin Again

Begin Again

Gretta's celebrity boyfriend breaks up with her after a long-term relationship, leaving the singer to find success on her own. With the help of record producer, Dan and hip-hop celebrity, Trouble Gum, Gretta strives to fulfil her musical ambitions.

Gretta (Knightley) and her boyfriend Dave (Adam Levine) used to be a love couple from high school, as well as musicians wrote songs together. Now, Dave moves to New York when he receives a contract with a label. But the pitfall of fame makes Dave quickly becomes lost, he forgets his girlfriend. So, Gretta feels very sad. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Begin Again torrent reviews

Steve H (br) wrote: This is absolutely one of the finest acting jobs I've ever seen! Congratulations Jeff Bridges.

Robert H (br) wrote: Hm. An unpleasant story, told with stylistic panache that veers into the self-indulgent in places as it seeks to stay free of the shackles of its own historical facts.

Riff J (es) wrote: Not bad. Has a few decent scares and manages to keep the tension up in between them. Unfortunately they couldnt' take it to the next level and knock it out of the park. The premise was great, and it really had the potential to be special. Unfortunately it settled for "OK/Good".

Mike L (gb) wrote: This One Was Alot Better Than The Second Not As Funny As The First But Pretty CLose And This Had The Better Story

Muffin M (gb) wrote: Lt. Joe Clemons (Gregory Peck) has been given the order: take Pork Chop Hill. If It's taken by the Chinese, U.S. negotiators at the Panmunjom peace conference would lose face with their Communist adversaries - and unthinkable outcome. And so, Clemons leads his troops into combat, to fight for an object that they know to be strategically pointless. But they also know that an order and they must take Pork Chop Hill - or die trying - so that millions can live in freedom tomorrow for what Clemons and his men will sacrifice today. also stars George Peppard, Harry Guardino, Rip Torn, George Shibata, James Edwards, Woody Strode, Bob Steele and Norman Fell. directed by Lewis Milestone.

Dave A (jp) wrote: Here's my takeaway from "Invincible": Never settle, keep reaching.

Rodrigo S (jp) wrote: Se vea venir que Lenny Abrahamson era un genio.