You may also like
Fight Back to School III torrent reviews
Dan A (mx) wrote: True story or not, the film isn't really adding anything else to the serial killer genre. In fact, it's just treading the same old ground. We know who the killer is from the start, so as a result we're not really invested in the investigation because we know everything already. Nic Cage is just sort of there, John Cusack does quite well but he was pretty badly miscast in my opinion, Vanessa Hudgens over-acts and is annoying. Shame.
Lilie M (nl) wrote: La bande-annonce tait sympa... tout ce qu'il y avait de bien y tait... trs due !
John S (it) wrote: Slow burning court drama. Chris Evans shines as down on his luck, user, fighting the system, check it out
Chuck B (gb) wrote: Touching drama of coming to terms with unexpected changes.
Private U (es) wrote: hmmm i havnt seen this movie
Jukka K (ru) wrote: Totally worthless, but it's mildly entertaining to watch how badly you can make a movie.
Jo T (de) wrote: An intriguing film that had a lot to say about the male anxiety of losing their 'alpha omega' status between the sexes. In the company of men is clever, funny, and cold as hell. Aaron Eckhart's performance did make me wonder how he hasn't gone further as an actor, now days mainly playing supporting rolls in action movies. The lack of remorse, and sheer heartache that concludes this film is what really captivated me. It makes you hate the characters so much, that you almost have a sprinkle of respect for them. To conclude, In the Company of Men is brilliant.
Carol E (ru) wrote: Everyone forgets the main beginning of this movie. Powders mother was several months pregnant with him when she was struck by lightning and rushed to the hospital. Powder was born but his mother did not survive. More miraculous than that, Powder remembers everything, including the day he was born.
Kyle B (ca) wrote: A great movie with amazing performances from Liv Ullmann and Max Von Sydow. It does start to ramble on in the last half but it is well written, directed, and has really strong production values
Adrian B (es) wrote: It is noticeable that "Rachel, Rachel" has fallen into the world of Best Picture nominees forgotten from the 494 that have been nominated so far up to the 84th Academy Awards and for good reason. Pretty ridiculous, super pretentious movie for which Rachel (Joanne Woodward) is a single school teacher, who begins to get hormones and wants change. She obviously needs a man in her life. Hard to believe that anyone would want her in her life based on this performance, including director and husband and actor (not in this film, probably a wise choice), Paul Newman. Silly, stupid, and idiotic sequences that add to the bad films released from 1968 and nominated for Best Picture. Everything is forgettable, especially the performances, some of which were nominated, like Woodward's.
Jennifer X (ca) wrote: Albert Finney is sososososo hot. This is what Shoot the Moon wants to be but isn't. I'm glad it ends happily - really, really glad.
Isaac P (ca) wrote: An Absolute 80's Classic That Not Only Still Brings Laughs, but Also The Sense Of Freedom Of Being Young. Features Possibly Matthew Broderick's Best Role Alongside an Equally Talented Cast.8.5 / 10 Fun, Lighthearted Comedy That Will Certainly Lift Anyone's Spirits.
Matt C (kr) wrote: We're back with Steve Prefontaine again and really if you've seen 'Without Limits' you really don't need to watch this. It's alright but it's basically exactly the same film (apparently they came out at similar times). Decent enough.