Flirting with Disaster

Flirting with Disaster

Adopted as a child, new father Mel Colpin (Ben Stiller) decides he cannot name his son until he knows his birth parents, and determines to make a cross-country quest to find them. Accompanied by his wife, Nancy (Patricia Arquette), and an inept yet gorgeous adoption agent, Tina (Tea Leoni), he departs on an epic road trip that quickly devolves into a farce of mistaken identities, wrong turns, and overzealous and love-struck ATF agents (Josh Brolin, Richard Jenkins).

A young man, his wife, and his incompetent case worker travel across country to find his birth parents. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Flirting with Disaster torrent reviews

Brooks P (ru) wrote: loved it, film noir at its australian best

Jared M (nl) wrote: good, but not as good da death I'm paradise, or other action movies.

Julia O (ag) wrote: As the sequel was fine... A type of movie just for fans who appreciate art!

Yash B (es) wrote: Better than the first. Hilarious and a more engaging plot. The movie also has a tremendous heart and that makes it a great movie for everyone. This is my favorite one in the franchise easily and I love watching it over and over again.

Daryl G (ru) wrote: A suitcase of pot gets passed around!

Tara H (fr) wrote: A sequel to the more successful Smoke. A bit self-indulgent, but not all bad. I enjoyed Madonna's brief cameo as a singing telegram girl, which if I'm honest, was my main reason for watching it!

Alan L (us) wrote: Una de las mejores peliculas de suspenso de la historia

Carlos I (ag) wrote: I don't know what Stephen King was on when he made this, but I want some. Good drinking movie

Joel A (it) wrote: The film that inspired the comedy spoof film Flying High & the countless plane disaster movies through out the 1970'sThis one isn't a bad story but it takes a while to warm but once it's up in the air the film gets much better.This boasts an all star cast & no film in the seventies is complete with George Kennedy he is a riot in this film so entertaining to watch.Filled with some tense scenes & classic practical special effects it's a fun watch but a little dated.

Tara A (ag) wrote: Thee best Cuban film ever made

Joe C (mx) wrote: Noses have been bloodied debating which of Chaplin's films is the greatest. It is in the opinion of not just myself, but Woody Allen, Andrei Tarkovsky and even Chaplin himself that City Lights reigns supreme. Here Chaplin tells a sentimental story about a tramp who falls in love with a blind girl, but does it so brilliantly that you don't care about the clich. The tramp's trademark brandy-legged slapsticks are in full stock here, courtesy of his tumultuous friendship with a generous when drunk/parsimonious when sober millionaire as well as the most iconic boxing match in cinema history. Unlike his other films there is no social commentary hidden under the goofball antics. Underneath it all is just a love story, albeit one so beguiling and genuine that even time cannot diminish. Never has the gift of a flower brought a stronger spell of the happy-cries. Orsen Welles went so far as to call City Lights the best film ever, and are you really going to argue with Welley?

Benjamin F (au) wrote: Hook is a fun and cool movie for kids, but as an adult, it is silly and pointless. Robin Williams is awesome, but there are scenes that make no sense.