Dream Lover

Dream Lover

Ray is young, charming, successful and the owner of a prosperous architect company. However, he has recently gone trough a very painful divorce. His friends try to cheer him up by showing him the positive sides of being single but for Ray marriage and stability is just too important. But when he meets Lena his gloom is quickly forgotten.

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Dream Lover torrent reviews

Brian H (br) wrote: Tenure or not to Tenure, that is the question?

Rachel S (ru) wrote: I liked it I thought Posey's acing was great . I could see her thoughts rolling across her face and she didn't have to say a word. until the happy "Hollywood" ending, I found that boring and predictable.

brijesh y (kr) wrote: This movie actually has a negative entertainment quotient. U may think that might be a good trait in a movie in some sense but ........ it's not.

Bradley R (gb) wrote: Quite possibly one of the most underrated movies of all time.

Angelo T (kr) wrote: If I wasn't a sucker for movies made about writers. This would be a complete bomb. I can't believe Snoop Dogg still gets roles when I can name 10 other actors that can EASILY fill his spot. His portrayal of a proud black-experience writer was like nails on a chalkboard coupled with a baby screaming. The movie was still too long and while it built up to what could be a decent ending. It didn't deliver. I'll give props to the attempted potrayal a writer struggles through. But really the two stars are for Rose Byrne cuss she is mucho hot...in any movie and I don't care who says otherwise...bastards

Gabriel D (ca) wrote: Ozu's first color film is one of his best, a wonderful meditation on the inconsistencies of people and why they have them. His visual style really was meant to be in color: each glorious frame bursts with life from the vivid colors Ozu uses.

Greg W (kr) wrote: awesome noir with 1 of my fave gals of noir, lizabeth scott how this differs from most noirs as it is set in suburbia not some big city or other urban setting.

Mike B (de) wrote: I don't know what the filmmakers were thinking during the filming/editing of this movie. Daredevil to me is more of a guilty pleasure, filled with hilarious, cheesy action scenes and characters that are so incredibly corny I couldn't stare at the screen without laughing. Definitely not your typical high end Marvel movie, although there were a couple laughs throughout.

Tony C (kr) wrote: One of my favourite films RIP Aaliyah