Break Up Club
Break Up Club (Chinese: 分手說愛你) is a 2010 Hong Kong romance film starring Jaycee Chan and Fiona Sit. This film revolves around a website that allows users to win back lost loves, so long as they agree to break up another happy couple.
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Break Up Club torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Kisah tentang ular yang g mati2 meskipun ditembaki dan diledakkan... Jayus poll
(us) wrote: no thanks not my thing
(ag) wrote: Seriously bad, but there is a dragon in it.
(us) wrote: My guess is people either love or hate this movie...I loved it. Stage roots=Brilliant dialogue. Tough content, though.
(fr) wrote: a red La Mans on the poster...it'd be worth watching just for that.
(au) wrote: Saw the Bad Film Club version of this and it is HIGH-larious!!! Film = 1 star. Bad Film Club commentary = 3 stars. Total stars for the rockin' evening = 4 stars!! Now if they can do one for Love, Actually or Heartbeat Detector!! :-)
(au) wrote: Err, 1976. Lots of big names.
(fr) wrote: Had not seen this before. Not a bad story.
(kr) wrote: A strange horror comedy about Trumbull, (Vincent Price) an undertaker who begins killing in order to get business. Alongside him is a shrill opera singing wife, a sidekick (Peter Lorre), his father-in-law (Boris Karloff), and his nemesis who wants to repossess his business. (Basil Rathbone)The movie has a few laughs here and there, but its doesn't play up the murder aspect too well. The cast is great, but the movie is far from being so. It was simply good for the fans of those actors.
(ag) wrote: Boring history piece that features Olivier and Leigh making out and hardly any James Mason. I was robbeed. Woudl rather see Cate Blanchett do QE, but this QE was not bad. This film is a good reminder that there were forgettable films made in 1937 too.
(br) wrote: Review will be written when/if re-watched (Probability: Low).First viewing: 18.02.1997
(it) wrote: The Samaritan is a film that had the potential of being a truly memorable thriller. Unfortunately, the film never really takes off, and ends up falling flat. I found that this film was pretty bad and it didn't do anything to grab my attention. I tried to get into the story, but it was just a poorly thought out plot with hints of good ideas hidden under disjointed writing, which I think is too bad because the film does have a few good actors here. I really wanted to enjoy the film, and by what the trailer suggested, this would be a standout picture. However, it isn't and it fails on so many levels. The film's biggest flaw is that it just doesn't grab your attention; it's too long and boring. I do enjoy films that take its time to unfold, but this one really took its time, and while trying to build up the tension, the film had bland characters were simply not interesting aside from the characters that Samuel L. Jackson and Tom Wilkinson. Don't expect anything good here, as there is nothing here of note, except for a tedious thriller that never pays off. You'll be left wanting more by the time the credits start to roll, and you'll ask yourself why you spent the time watching this train wreck. Jackson is a great actor, but here he simply has poor material to work with, and it's a shame, because like I said, if the film would have been reworked, then this would be a truly engrossing thriller that would have definitely have stood out. Unfortunately it never realizes its potential, and it ends up being a mess and ultimately it's a film not worth your time.
(ru) wrote: A well made documentary taking a look at the life of 3 professional DOTA2 players, a bit about their backgrounds, family lives and what they have been through. A must watch for those into gaming, especially DOTA2 fans.