Friday Night

Friday Night

Paris, 1995. Laure (Valérie Lemercier) is about to meet friends for dinner to celebrate her moving in with her boyfriend. But on her way out, she discovers that the entire city is stalled by a massive transit strike. When a handsome stranger (Vincent Lindon) offers her a ride, Laure takes a highly charged, impossibly erotic detour.

Having packed up her possessions to move in with her lover, Laure is more unsettled than she appears. Needing to get out and have a change of scenery, she jumps in her car to go to have ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Friday Night torrent reviews

Nic B (br) wrote: Overstylized, unfunny and about an hour longer than it needed to be, Any Questions for Ben is a meandering mess of a film that I can't get my head around - so many baffling directorial choices were made, and the love story it tells is so meandering and insincere it's impossible to believe. It might have some nice qualities, but it's mostly pretty awful.

Matthew B (fr) wrote: "Camp Rock" is the latest musical from the Disney Channel. It tells the story of Mitchie (Demi Lovato) who is desperate to attend a music camp called "Camp Rock". She is able to attend, but only by helping her mom in the kitchen at the camp between classes. When Shane Gray (Joe Jonas of the Jonas Brothers) who is teaching at the camp to re-shape his image, he hears her voice and he falls head over heels for her. He then goes out in search of her. This movie is a big copy cat of high school musical and it really shows in this film.

Neil O (nl) wrote: Above average gay 'message' movie that sometimes come over as being too preechy and tries to cover too many issues in it's running time. Nevertheless the film does acknowledge the cliches, and there are some solid observations in the its scattergun approach. The debate about love vs sex is a strong one, and gives the solid, extremely good-looking cast a chance to play some surprisingly serious scenes amid the more over-the-top queeniness. There are some hilariously funny moments and witty dialog so if you can take the pushy message with a grain of salt, it's an extremely enjoyable romp.

Joseph G (mx) wrote: I made it through 10 minutes. Fuck this movie.

Joe M (us) wrote: Cheesy and bad. Don't bother.

Misty F (es) wrote: There is a movie with Gary Oldman as a midget. He is not a midget in real life. Why. I just want to know why.

Dann M (us) wrote: Ghosts of the Abyss is one of the best Titanic documentaries; delivering a rich and interactive look at the wreckage site. With new specialized equipment, James Cameron leads a new expedition to the wreckage of the Titanic and goes further into the ship than ever before. Using a blend of underwater footage superimposed with live action sage footage, the film delivers a real sense of the dimensions and feel of the ship. The film also has an added sense of poignancy, given that Cameron's expedition coincided with the 2001 attack on the World Trade Center; presenting an interesting parallel of one disaster being explored during the mist of another. Ghosts of the Abyss is a fascinating documentary and serves as a perfect companion piece to James Cameron's 1997 epic film; revealing the fact behind the fiction.

cli o (us) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing

Conner R (ag) wrote: I will say that Mia Farrow in this is amazing, easily one of her best performances and one of the most adorable characters. It's as if she channels the spirit of Audrey Hepburn with her. I really like the overall concept as well, it's a very interesting way about telling a love story. What really kept me from loving the movie was Dustin Hoffman's John. Not so much the acting but the character himself, he's just such a scumbag and poor excuse for a "good guy". Maybe that's what was trying to be accomplished, but it just seemed like he was the voice of the story. I'd still say this a great movie, it just doesn't have you rooting for the two to end up together.

Simon D (es) wrote: Now I'm not one of those people who rave on about special effects, I can appreciate them when they are well done and I can criticise when they are not but, my god, you don't half appreciate what you've got when you watch this 1957 spectactular that makes Button Moon look like 2012.

Jessie M (ca) wrote: I love Gene and Kathryn together in this movie! They have such chemistry, it's amazing!

Kenneth W (de) wrote: Don't see it, just wasting your time