Alex, in his mid-thirties, is a quite neurotic character. When his mother is hospitalized with a stroke, the caring son's life gets out of track. At the hospital he finds himself in a burlesque kind of human zoo full of unexpected characters and surprising events. Trying to manage the situation in between everybody's advice, he's coming hypochondriac. While his mother seems to feel perfectly fine Alex is making his own set of mistakes - throughout with best intentions.
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Best Intentions torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: OUT OF ALL OF THE UNIVERSAL SOLDERS THE WORST AND THAT IS SAYING SOME THING WHEN THE LAST ONE WAS GARBAGE TO THE MAX.
(jp) wrote: A short, and sweet attempt at a low-budget drama. A Kelly Reichardt classic, so it's become. Michelle Williams is very good in this, and so is Lucy. Standout moments include the scene in the park where Wendy is confronted by a crazed homeless person. But dammit if I'm not a sap when it comes to sad dog movies. It was a hard watch. Not to mention, that some sections were downright slow and uneventful. Meh.
(es) wrote: Not worth watching. Special effects seem to count as a whole lot of footage of two types of things: rockets and blandly realistic looking stunts.
(ru) wrote: Funny...caught me off gaurd. lol
(jp) wrote: Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker is the most Brilliant beyond Brilliant Spy Movie since Spy Kids and Agent Cody Banks!!!! Alex Pettyfer played his character Alex Rider with cleverness!!!!
(nl) wrote: It was jack has no memory.
(it) wrote: Meh. Your typical straight-girl-turned-lesbian film featuring the quirky uninhibited lesbian who suddenly wants to start nesting with the conservative, religious, soon-to-be-married straight woman. Predatory antics ensue with a weird circus theme. Not impressed, but I've seen some really bad lesbian films, so this isn't the worst you can do by a long shot.
(gb) wrote: [size=2]I'm beginning the rather lengthy task of entering into the database every film I have seen, at least those I have a decent memory of. Some may have the briefest of reviews while many will just have a number. Those films that I consider personal favorites and/or those that have some historical signficance I will add later when I have time for more lengthy reviews. [b]Triumph of the Spirit[/b], directed by Robert M. Young, stars Willem Dafoe as Salamo Arouch, a Jewish boxer imprisoned in Auschwitz during WWII. Arouch is supposed to be exterminated, but is given one chance to live, by boxing. Each bout he wins will prolong his life. Dafoe is in fine form here, but the film is merely average. Notable as the first feature filmed on location at Auschwitz. [b]Taps[/b], directed by Harold Becker, is a drama about a military school threatened to be demolished by a real estate company. The students decide to arm themselves to fight off any "invaders". Although the story is farfetched, this film is fairly entertaining due to it's strong cast. Veteran actor George C. Scott runs the academy, but the film is most notable for it's young cast which includes Sean Penn, Tom Cruise, and Timothy Hutton. [b]Tap[/b], directed by Nick Castle Jr., stars Gregory Hines as the convict son of a famous dancer. The plot is thin, but the dancing is great. Also features Sammy Davis Jr., Steve Condos, Jimmy Slyde, and Joe Morton. [b]Uncommon Valor[/b], directed by Ted Kotcheff, is an action movie about a rescue of POW's. It's terribly cliched and predictable. Stars Gene Hackman, Robert Stack, Patrick Swayze, and Fred Ward. [b]Unfaithfully Yours[/b] is the rather uninspired remake of the Preston Sturges classic. This version, directed by Howard Zieff, stars Dudley Moore, Natassja Kinski, Armand Assante and Albert Brooks. [/size]
(kr) wrote: why dont they just call this attack of a woman who gave you crabs