Forget Paris

Forget Paris

Mickey Gordon is a basketball referee who travels to France to bury his father. Ellen Andrews is an American living in Paris who works for the airline he flies on. They meet and fall in love, but their relationship goes through many difficult patches. The story is told in flashback by their friends at a restaurant waiting for them to arrive.

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Forget Paris torrent reviews

George L (ca) wrote: Lucky I watched it online

Robbin M (kr) wrote: Fantastic documentary, brought back a lot of great memories.

Keith C (jp) wrote: Sara Paxton still manages to give a surprisingly competent performance in this somewhat enjoyable, deeply deeply stupid movie.

James T (gb) wrote: Time Changer is an excellent movie. The message contained in it is strong and is brought out expertly. The music complements the scenes in a seemingly perfect fashion. The acting is quite believable. This is, indeed, a very good movie with an even better message. I do not think I would recommend it to just anyone, however. I would suggest it mainly to those who already claim to have a relationship with Christ, as it seems that that is the group to whom the message of the movie is primarily directed. As I started this review, Time Changer is an excellent movie! I only hope that it's message will be heeded by those who view it!

Lexi H (ca) wrote: People may hate this movie, but I love it. It made me tear up at the end.

Chris L (es) wrote: From a technical standpoint this lies somewhere between grossly incompetent and outright incomprehensible. As a piece of ironically enjoyable cult-friendly schlock, it's a startlingly pleasurable experience. Only modestly terrible until the final act, in which it catapults from blundering to impenetrable.

beck w (kr) wrote: really hard to find! i love lemmy!

Ken T (us) wrote: Fei Mu's Spring in a Small Town is a subtle masterpiece - and has been cited as being the greatest Chinese film of all time. Yuwen is a dutiful wife who tends to her ailing husband Liyan without complaint (except in voiceover narration). The two were once a rather prosperous family, but Liyan has been sick now for the past 6 years. They live in a rural village with Liyan's younger sister Meimei and old Huang - the ever observant servant. Life here is rather uneventful and mundane, but there is a change when they get a visit from Zhichen - a man who used to live in the village and has now moved on to become a big city doctor. Zhichen is best friends with Liyan, a former flame to Yuwen, and a thing of fascination to Meimei. The film moves slowly and captures looks or gestures outlining how an individual can impact a place or time in not so much a way that is seen, but perhaps more felt by the characters or inhabitants. It certainly adheres to Communist tenets, but also one that has a universal theme. A film to be savoured.

EQ R (mx) wrote: The film does a great take on the "mockumentary" genre and treats us to some very creepy moments about this place where possibly real monsters exist. Adam green takes his love and passion for horror and weaves together a smart and clever film for the most part. there are some questions I had that I would have liked explained better and there are a few moments that dragged but overall this is a very entertaining film that sometimes gives you some genuine chills. B

Matthew H (kr) wrote: Home on the Range is a charming, innocent Disney movie with a zany feel to it and lots of fun. It may not be the best story, but it makes up for it in charisma.

Monjit B (ru) wrote: Quite a complicated way of story telling!!!