Noah Arkwright, a successful, hard living and indulgent independent British film director, finally decides to try and defeat the many addictions that are destroying him, his career and the people who care for him. But Mother Nature has other tests of strength and character in store for him.
- Stars:Peter Howitt, Saffron Burrows, Sean Pertwee, Rachael Stirling, Alice Evans, Tom Conti, Adrian Annis, Leandra Ashton, Raquel Azevedo, Graeme Benson, Caro Breton, Damian Brooke, Nick Bryant, Anthony Carrick, Robert Cohen,
- Director:Peter Howitt,
- Writer:Stuart Browne (novel), Peter Howitt (screenplay)
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Dangerous Parking torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Anyone who has seen Sue at the Field Museum owes it to themselves to watch this movie and learn the origins of Sue.
(fr) wrote: FNothing worth seeing here. Saw this at the blockbuster box at the store so I rented it. Definitely not worth that dollar. Bad acting, bad story, and a bad premise. Ugh i'm warning you ahead of time, don't rent, it's not worth it.
(ag) wrote: A watch able film. That is all
(es) wrote: Fairly unusual film. Like a slightly toned down David Lynch film it was a bit unnerving and and sometimes hard to digest though it did not have a clever ending.None of the characters are likeable, they aren't meant to be but it does make the disquieting theme and nature of the film a bit hard to accomodate. Not bad, but I didnt find myself actually enjoying the film.
(au) wrote: "Tremors" is a classic horror film. The build-up is excellent and is followed by a no-holds-bar fight for survival that will have you at the edge of your seat right until the end. It's very suspenseful but also pretty funny, and it's got Kevin Bacon in it - what else do you need?
(de) wrote: Funny, moving, smart, profound, beautiful; this is one of those movies I watch and think, "Man, I wish I made this movie." One of the best movies about Christianity ever made.
(mx) wrote: Konchalovsky mixes the epic and the poetical, and achieves greatness almost in every scene.
(es) wrote: I didn't enjoy the strange style of this film as much as i enjoyed the concept behind it.
(br) wrote: A terrific idea for a movie, but it ultimately falls apart as the set pieces become more and more convoluted. Still though, seeing Steve Martin interact with all the greats of Hollywood's golden era is a real treat for film buffs.
(ru) wrote: The first half, filled with cheesy, clunky, cringe-worthy dialogue is almost insufferable. Luckily for Cruise and company, by the time the second half rolls around, the cheese-factor is at least tolerable and somewhat comical during "Gun"'s fist-pump inducing finale, turning what could have been a complete dumpster fire into a decent hate-watch flick.
(es) wrote: Decent film with George and Julia. Not a long lasting impression though.