Garden Party

Garden Party

Are you young, sexually confused, just trying to get by? Do you sing, dance or possess some other talent? Welcome to the Garden Party. At the center of the story is 15-year-old April. She is running from one bad situation into another, hoping to find an answer that doesn't involve taking off her clothes.

Set in Los Angeles, the film tells the story of 15-year-old April (Willa Holland) who falls in with a group of other teens who are trying to fulfill their dreams. The black widow in the web is the sexy, pot-dealing Sally. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Garden Party torrent reviews

Ian R (it) wrote: Darkman was not what I expected at all, and while I can see why it would have garnered a cult following in some, I cannot number my myself among them. At an incredibly high level view, I can see what this story was aiming to accomplish, the human tale it was trying to spin. But in execution, I found that this movie really failed. The acting is hokey and unrealistic, as are many of the plot points and character decisions. This just serves to remind the audience that they are watching a movie instead of encouraging them to get deeply involved in the fiction they are watching. There was only one little exchange at the end of the film that I saw what this film was trying to accomplish, and this little exchange about Liam Neeson's character learning to live with his choices was tremendous; if only the rest of the film could have been more like it, then perhaps I would have found it more enjoyable overall. What impressed me most about this film is that Liam Neeson and Frances McDormand were able to still find work after being associated with this film.

Ian C (es) wrote: When will the scum learn. You do not fuck with Charles Bronson. This flick is mental as Kersey moves back to New York and is given free reign by the NYPD to take out all the scum in a neighbourhood dominated and controlled by a gang. Bronson has an arsenal that any Paramilitary unit would be happy with and I would love the find out the death count. More bodies are slain here then the opening of Saving private Ryan. Some six years before Home Alone Bronson was making gadgets in order to prevent break ins. Another shit soundtrack from Jimmy Page.

Paul Z (au) wrote: Ride the High Country is a vigorous, and at times extremely gripping early Peckinpah western with a story that exceeds the good vs. evil perspective as it grows into a story about temptation's effect on generally good people and involving one's already preoccupied self in another mess for the sake of disrupting serious wrongdoing.

Phenyeia O (jp) wrote: Outstanding movie John Wayne is my family favorite actor

Russell S (fr) wrote: Whilst appreciated for it's great style, classy approach and an excellently realised Kong, there are one or two niggles. A couple of ridiculously over the top jungle action sequences with dinosaurs sadly take you out of the picture for a while and it's probably 20-30 minutes too long.Still, a good movie very well made.

Adam W (de) wrote: All over the map. Confusing, violent, & filled with identical cardboard cutouts for main characters. Wasn't unwatchable, but could've been better.

Steve D (de) wrote: the story has been told better but Weisz gives a fantastic career best performance

Brian K (jp) wrote: 6/30/07 - Strange Brew was not quite as funny as I had remembered - maybe it didn't age well (or maybe I haven't aged well!). There are some good stand up bits with a pretty cheesy storyline. There are quite a few funny parts though with lots of good lines (two bowls of split plea soup to go, eh?).