Cougar Club

Cougar Club

When Spence and Hogan graduate from college, life is bleak. They have to work for heinous divorce lawyers that torture them. Spence has a girlfriend from hell and Hogan just wants to start his life already. As luck would have it, our two young men are presented with an opportunity, they develop a club of young men devoted to the older woman, the "Cougar" if you will.

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Cougar Club torrent reviews

Durk C (ru) wrote: The outstanding thing about this film is the acting work of Alicia Vikander

dward J (de) wrote: Cougars meet Sex in the City wannabes.

Beau D (kr) wrote: Probably the best, and most comprehensive documentary out there on graffiti. Showcasing talents from all over the world, this film shows how the standard of graffiti has been picked up by writers and artists from places as varied as: England, Brazil, Spain, Japan and Germany. It also shows how each artist turns this art form into something distinctly his or her own.

Daniel P (mx) wrote: I beg to differ!!! So this film has a pretty low tomatometer and I don't understand. The film is very dark in terms of the absence of likeable characters... and yet it is VERY funny and very well written. Think Election crossed with Mean Girls and you have some idea of the tone. I enjoyed it. A lot.

Toad K (de) wrote: Love this movie. Funny every time

Ben D (mx) wrote: Stay away from this monstrosity of a comedy, if you can even call it that. The jokes aren't funny, everything is illogical because the screenwriters couldn't come up with anything funny, and Adam Sandler does possibly the worst accent in all of cinema. It's worse than Nicolas Cages's accent in Captain Cornelli's Mandolin. I repeat stay away from this movie! It's for your own good!

Lucy Alice Louise W (jp) wrote: great film. i totally loved it ^^

Scratch M (nl) wrote: An incredibly straight-forward, fairly enjoyable period piece. The "surprise ending" was glaringly obvious throughout, so it came as a bit of an anti-climax. The nudity was enjoyable, sure. In any event, you go through this movie wondering why the protagonist feels there is any contest between the two women before him-- one is interesting, attractive, and useful, while the other... has an ass of a brother and cries a lot.

Devon W (au) wrote: Obviously not as stellar as the original, but as far as sequels go it held my interest rather well.

Stella D (br) wrote: this is a great film and i've seen much worse animal cruelty in films if that's a concern. warren oates carries it well with harry dean stanton in fine support

Pete S (br) wrote: Very bad, terrible monster, rubbery.

Bill M (ru) wrote: An ideal introduction to the World of Castle.

Hli L (ru) wrote: Meir Zarchi says he was compelled to make this softcore rape revenge flick after assisting a female victim of sexual abuse who emerged from the side of the road while he was driving to a park with his daughter one night in 1974. Almost forty years on ( it was shot in 76), there is still controversy surrounding this visceral work that does not turn the camera away from the sexual violence inflicted upon its female protagonist during a 45-minute sequence that makes Gaspar Noe's Irreversible look like child's play. It is a tough watch indeed, and it must have been a tough shoot too - some crew members had to call it quits along the way because they simply couldn't handle it. But then we watch the victim turn the game around in spectacular fashion, and what at first seemed like the most mysoginist exploitation film ever made suddenly becomes some kind of female power triumph. Its original title - Day of the Woman - was not commercially viable but it does help to set the record straight. What is really more torturous about the whole experience is the awful acting (though Camille Keaton deserves kudos for her courage), cheap special effects and rough-as-fuck, sometimes inaudible sound. The lack of a music score only helps by adding some extra realism to scenes that aren't always well executed. This is possibly one of the world's most misunderstood and notorious cult classics. Forget general critical consensus and experience it for yourself though I'd definitely stay away from its remake and sequel. Enough is enough!

Chris B (au) wrote: Still Mine is the kind of movie you watch and get something from it. It gives you a better understanding of old age, and the situations that arise from aging. In my opinion the movie starts out slow and often drags around a bit. You know where it's going but it takes a while to get there. But I guess that's how old people roll, slow and steady.It truly is an inspirational tale of how Craig Morrison, played by James Cromwell, overcomes obstacles in his path to fulfill his promise he made to his wife Irene played by Genevieve Buiold. It's a true story, making it even more satisfying to watch them prevail.They are up against the government, with all its rules, regulations, paperwork, and more rules. I can relate to this because I am on disability. Going through the disability process is very hard indeed, and I will compare it to Craig Morrison's difficulty.To gain disability, you have to apply for it with a series of forms. Basically how the system works, I would say 90% of all first time applications get denied. This is to save the government money, much like an insurance company denying coverage for a treatment or drug. Once you get denied you can appeal the decision which takes more time and effort. My estimate would be around 80% are denied again.But yet again, you can appeal the appeal. But instead of paperworrk, this time the case is handled in a courtroom. So you would need to pay legal fees and an attorney, making the matter even worse. By the time you are on your third request for disability, 3 to 4 years have passed. The one good thing is that you get a payback from the point you were disabled. But it takes some time to receive, due to the government only allowing a certain amount of money at a time to be collected. It took me a year to get all of my back pay.Once you are in court, if you are truly disabled, you will be granted disability. The system is set up this way to deter people who are in need of help from reapplying. They hope they will give up and not have to spend money. And once you are disabled, you are only allowed to keep around $1000 at a time. This is an example of stupid rules and regulations the government makes to keep their money.This is exactly the treatment Craig Morrison was faced with. Ignorant rules that made no sense or caused no harm, even though Morrison was highly qualified and did his work very well. However, the government disagreed, hence Morrison had to go to court and faced time in jail.The movie also deals with elderly people who were losing their memory probably due to Alzheimer's Disease. This again I can relate to, my grandpa had the disease. However he was always in an upbeat mood and smiled, even if he couldn't remember your name.This is exactly how Craig and Irene treat the disability. They live with it and love each other no matter what. If Irene forgets what she had for supper, Craig did not care. He just wanted to love her, through sickness and good health. That is a quality rarely seen these days.James Cromwell and Genevieve Buiold do a fairly good acting job. They get you to feel for them. It was certainly not a masterful performance, but a fair one. I would recommend watching it for the story itself, even if it drags its feet a bit with the slow pacing. But when it's done you feel the love they have for each other, and you feel for Craig for all the hardships he has been through. Hardships handed down in certified documents, ridiculous rules with no lenience what so ever, from the government that we love to hate. While some rules are necessary to keep civilization going, others, like having to apply three times to get disability, are absolutely dishonorable and dishonest. That's what I take away from this movie. That and the point that even through the most dificult trials of our lives, there is hope we can succeed.