Eyyvah eyvah 2

Eyyvah eyvah 2

A clarinetist from a village in Turkey's Thracian region tries to reach his fiancé, who works as a nurse in a village near Çanakkale, to give her a ring to win back her heart.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:Turkish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:wedding,   love,   bee attack,  

A clarinetist from a village in Turkey's Thracian region tries to reach his fiancé, who works as a nurse in a village near Çanakkale, to give her a ring to win back her heart. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Eyyvah eyvah 2 torrent reviews

Lilianetty l (us) wrote: Dreams...my all time fave theme. I often ask myself what people had a lucid dream before? I often ask if I have but I don't remember it. Anyway, the film made me look for more info (yes, research) and defenetly I was not expecting the ending...I will remember this film forever. Why? One: I want to have a lucid dream. And 2nd: I don't want to get on that situation in the ending (end up in tears literally). By that I mean I did not expected that and no, it was not predictable.Plot: Gary used to be a famous musician as his friend Paul. He has a long time girlfriend called Dora who is an artist (painting? Art?). Every night Gary sees Anna....and has a goal in his life: meet her in real life. Will he accomplish that? Will him and Dora resolve their couple situation? How it ends? Won't spoil because like I wrote before, I did NOT expected that. Stars? Defenetly yes. Inspiring script even if some stuffs were kinda off.Acting: Penelope Cruz as Anna and Melodia estuvo increible y fenomenal como siempre. La tia sabe lo que hace y la envidio un poquito nada mas jeje. Claro, ser la chica Almodovar le abrio las puertas al exito sin duda alguna. So si, se la comio con el papel aunque fuera uno chiquito. Martin Freeman was incredible as always, no doubt he nailed it wonderfully and yes, he made the role look adorable sometimes and other times hateful but it was the role, not his fault. Gwyneth as Dora was stunning and superb too. The cast is so big, I will say this very fast: WELL DONE! Including you Dumbledore!Music: The score was fantastic even the piano song (that made me think of a Beatles song). So yes, stars for the musicians and their amazing work.To end this review, 4 stars of 5. Enjoy and HASTA LA PROXIMA AMIGOS/AS! CHAO! BLESS YOU ALL!!!PD: Saw this movie again, April 27, 2013, and loved it even more (some people I know did not like it because they did not understand Gary's problem in the story (script perse)...yes, is for detectives knowledge only LOL).

George M (au) wrote: eye opening documentary. Takes you by the shoulders and shakes you as if to wake you from anesthesia.

Neveah G (ru) wrote: great movie for children

Eva M (us) wrote: Poorly written and trying too hard. Allen at his most unbearable. Didn't finish watching.

Private U (mx) wrote: Great movie. Made me sad, and also made me think.

Danny M (mx) wrote: Good action film. Prefer the first one slightly but this is still good. Joe Pesci was a great edition to the franchise

Raynald H (us) wrote: I haven't seen this movie in over 24 years.....I liked it.

Joel T (ru) wrote: Perfect B-Movie, creepy and lame and a little edgy all at once.

Adam N (br) wrote: Featuring two powerhouse performances from Tommy Lee Jones and Samuel L Jackson, The Sunset Limited, making use of such heavy themes as religion, logic, and the will to live and what drives the human spirit to cling onto its life, proves once again that Cormac McCarthy is indeed one of the best writers of our age.

David L (nl) wrote: It has some unfortunate detours with less interesting characters in the middle, but Way Down East is a melodrama done right with strong direction, lush scenery, some hard-hitting and very emotional scenes, engaging pacing, wonderfully amiable main character magnificently portrayed by Lillian Gish, a resonant theme reminiscent to another masterpiece 'A Letter from an Unkown Woman' and a great build-up which leads to a perfectly executed, climactic, entirely satisfying and simply astounding finale. This is an unfortunately overlooked 1920s gem and probably Griffith's most underrated film.