"Broken Vows" tells the story of Patrick Flynn (Bentley), whose charm and charisma masks a profound psychosis. Patrick seduces Tara Bloom (Alexander), instantly becoming infatuated with the beauty. But when Tara rejects Patrick, he is sent spiraling into madness and delusion, erupting into psychotic rage. Tara is forced to find the strength to stop Patrick from destroying her love, her family, and her life.
On her bachelorette-party weekend with friends in New Orleans, Tara falls for the darkly-sexy bartender Patrick. When he tries to seduce Tara, she rejects him which sends him into a psychotic rage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Broken Vows torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: If you like Celebrity Juice and Bo Selecta, this will be bang tidy for you. Otherwise it's a bit disappointing. Don't even get to see Kelly Brooke's bangers...
(fr) wrote: Very different from Disney's Chimpanzee but still a much better documentary all around.
(es) wrote: A movie that you will never forget. It's so unique and has all of the best actors.
(ru) wrote: Really well told character thriller. Great acting by the four leads. Worthy of your time!
(de) wrote: Unfortunately, this isn't as good as Paul Feig's future films would turn out to be.
(us) wrote: Not entirely sure what the intended message was, but the acting was great.
(nl) wrote: I found this movie surprisingly good, given if mostly was just dialogue between two people. The dialogue was witty, sharp & the acting was awesome. I was interested in the film the whole way through, although I must admit it ended with me wanting to know more.
(ag) wrote: I loved this Movie. Such an intense yet simple tale about complex human emotions, playing off in stunning scenery.
(au) wrote: I do like boxing movies and they do have wonderful actors in this movie
(au) wrote: scary movies aren't as good as they used to be.
(gb) wrote: The movie it self is sadly enough not good at all.. Elvis songs on the other hand is..
(ca) wrote: This was a pretty neat old movie about the Myan people.
(us) wrote: What a great way to describe current politics and in 1955! The more things change, the more they stay the same.
(kr) wrote: A very slight movie, but one I really enjoyed watching. I'm always a fan of Mark and Jay Duplass and naturalistic-feeling mumblecore-type movies, so I pretty much knew I was going to like this from the beginning.A lot of the plot in the movie is reminiscent of other movies and TV - I'm particularly reminded of the TV show Married, which Judy Greer also stars in, and Togetherness, the TV show Jay and Mark Duplass created - but the actors and style keep it from feeling too redundant. That scene when Linda has her argument with Pat, it could come across as the obvious explosive argument that needed to happen, but when Judy Greer started crying, I was immediately invested, it felt so real. If there's a single person who contributes most to the quality of the movie, though, I think it's Jason Segel, whose facial expressions throughout do so much heavy lifting in making Jeff more than a stereotype. Just look at the little twitches in that great opening scene of him talking about Signs. There's this intense concentration on his face, interrupted by soft, sensitive smiles as he muses on the beauty of a movie and its message. Those facial expressions keep his character likable throughout, and he never comes across as naive or immature. He's a sweet, sincere guy.If there's something imperfect about the movie, it's the last act. The end of Sharon's story is really sweet. I'm less sure about the idea of Jeff jumping into a lake and saving some people's lives. I'm not sure I liked that they teased Jeff possibly drowning, though his line "I'm hungry" undercut the sentimentality a little bit. Again, these filmmakers are capable of making really cheesy and imperfect material feel real and genuine, so when Linda runs up to Pat and cries as she embraces him, I almost cried, even though the sequence seemed like a different movie in some ways. Still, it felt natural for Jeff to make an impulsive decision like that, and the determination on Segel's face made it believable.I also don't think we needed to hear at the end that the father he saved was named Kevin. It felt a little trite and predictable, even though it brought the story full-circle in a satisfying way, and if they wanted to show us his name was Kevin, I would've liked it in a slightly more understated way, like as an easter egg in the background of the news or something. I was a little curious what the exact meaning of the movie was, in the end; is the movie coming out definitively on the side of fate and destiny? It feels good to see Jeff's faith confirmed, but I'm always a little wary of endings that rest on the idea of "wow, everything is related!" or something, like in the movie Crash. Of course, I like this movie more than Crash, and if you could call it pro-destiny, it made that point in an elegant and understated way.
(br) wrote: esta pelcula es muy mala