Breaking Up

Breaking Up

An aloof, struggling food photographer thinks he has found true love with a fiery grade-school teacher. At first, the relationship is all wine and roses, but as they realize they have little in common besides great sex, the romance wanes, and they struggle through a succession of break-ups and reunions as they try to work things out.

Monica teaches, Steve's a photographer. They've dated more than two years. They're arguing, and she leaves for her apartment, only to return in a few minutes to say they should stop seeing ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Breaking Up torrent reviews

John B (kr) wrote: Oblivious to the fact that Jared Leto's band actually was relevant, I was notably impressed with these story of one band and what is a typical struggle against the music industry. A telling tale of a rapidly changing world.

Ida K (us) wrote: So-so movie. I only watched this because Nathan Fillion was so fine looking in "Waitress".

Ryan K (jp) wrote: I remember when this movie was being advertised. This was when Frankie Muniz was cool and every girl fantasized about Nsync or loved Brittany Spears (before the issues). But I don't want to see this because its been out for a while and I just don't know if I should.

Notorious TIA (es) wrote: This movie went no where.

Kylie A (us) wrote: cutest little movie ever! Scarlett pomers (Kyra from the show Reba) is just the cutest little kid. a tale about kids who are on probation and find their way into trouble. praise the stinkers!

Andrey B (it) wrote: Very powerful and bitter story of domestic violence and consequences of it. What makes this movie outstanding is harsh realistic approach, practically unbiased toward the subject.

Jsin (gb) wrote: This movie screams Lordstown.

Gregg P (jp) wrote: The final chapter of John Ford's so called cavalry trilogy with John Wayne. Wayne returns as Kirby Yorke (Fort Apache) now promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. The assignment Yorke has drawn is to protect settlers from renegade Apaches and train a bunch of raw recruits. Amongst the recruits is his own son who hasn't seen in 15 years. The fort also has two visits; one from Yorke's former commander and now commander of the Army who presents him with an almost impossible mission and the second perhaps more troubling from his estranged wife Kathleen (Maureen O'Hara) who wants to take her son home. This would be Maureen O'Hara first of five pairings with the Duke, three of which would be directed by Ford, including the soon to be made The Quiet Man. Supporting cast includes Claude Jarman Jr. (The Yearling) and Ford regulars; Ben Johnson, Harry Carey Jr., Chill Wills and Victor McLaglen. As to be expected from Ford the film is atmospheric and very effective in capturing a sense of the place and time. The cinematography also as to be expected, is very powerful. The film includes a number of folk songs performed by The Sons of the Pioneers a cowboy singing group

Rameshwar I (au) wrote: Though I grew up knowing and seeing glimpses of Charlie Chaplin's work, this was my first viewing of a full feature film. I am glad I picked the right movie. I mostly am strict about not watching movies released before 1960s since I neither can connect with them nor appreciate the technology used. But this movie baffled me on both fronts dealing with everlasting topics like employee management, changing times, love and hope bundled in beautifully orchestrated scenes like the blindfolded skating, video teleconferencing and automation. Considering the frame rate, scope size, loud background score, this movie didn't put me off as much as I thought it would with a large help from the screen presence of beautiful Paulette Goddard. A Factory Worker (Charlie Chaplin) works in a large manual assembly line and due to his hypnotic work schedule goes into a temporary nervous breakdown causing havoc in the operations. When sent to jail, due to a freak accident and a bizarre incident ends up thwarting an escape plan by fellow prisoners thus building a rapport with the police. With the outside world crumbling in union strikes, unemployment and hunger, the little tramp seems to be making a good life for himself inside the prison walls. When the day finally comes for his release, he makes up his mind to do something to get back to prison which is when he meets a beautiful but down on her luck young girl A Gamin (Paulette Goddard). Chaplin's entire screenplay revolves around coincidences, pure good or bad luck and how he deals with his positive outlook. Though loud, light hearted and in your face on the outset - the power of human spirit, current political satire and hope are always the underlying themes of most of his movies. The perfection of the finished product is easily seen in most of the scenes which actually looked quite technologically superior for its time. Paulette Goddard looked gorgeous and her pleasing presence elevates the likability of the movie. The background score has some melodious tunes but mostly spoiled by the loudness and acoustic nature of the sound available at the time. The comic choreography is very imaginative and actually has a very solid plot even with very little said. Brilliant comic choreography with a story relevant to this day

chad g (es) wrote: I seem to recall liking this movie but I don't recall much else about it. I guess it's one to keep an eye out for so I can take another look.

Dillon M (nl) wrote: was actually terrible