Heaven Can Wait

Heaven Can Wait

Joe Pendleton is a quarterback preparing to lead his team to the superbowl when he is almost killed in an accident. An overanxious angel plucks him to heaven only to discover that he wasn't ready to die, and that his body has been cremated. A new body must be found, and that of a recently murdered millionaire is chosen. His wife and accountant, the murderers, are confused by this development, as he buys the L.A. Rams in order to once again quarterback them into the Superbowl.

A Los Angeles Rams quarterback, accidentally taken to Heaven before his time by an overzealous angel, returns to life in the body of a millionaire, who is himself the target of a murder plot. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Heaven Can Wait torrent reviews

Carlo C (jp) wrote: Comedia romntica a la italiana, en donde tres historias de amor (e infidelidad) se cruzan y se encuentran teniendo como comn un edificio de apartamentos, slo que cada una de las tres historias de amor, representan un momento de la vida distinto, a saber, el amor joven y pasional, el adulto y (des)equilibrado y el de el otoo en la vida, cuando menos el otoo de Robert De Niro que coprotagoniza la tercera de estas historias con la Sra. Botox Bellucci. Muy buena pelcula.

rey B (br) wrote: Not entertaining nor technically informative.

Cheryl L (ag) wrote: I wasn't keen on the storyline for this movie and lost interest quite fast. There were a couple of funny parts but the 2 children in it were quite irritating.

Genie R (it) wrote: This is by far the worst movie I have ever seen. It's two hours of stupid french kids sitting in a classroom making sassy comebacks to their teacher who doesn't even really care.

Dennis W (br) wrote: Though well-intentioned and enjoyable, this film's loose direction detracts from its amazing visuals.As expected with an OmniMAX presentation, there is plenty to see. While perhaps not surprising in most ways, the film crew captures tons of great footage including sweeping vistas of the Grand Canyon, majestic shots of lakes and dams, intimate pans of the rock walls and dozens of nuances that take the viewer along for the ride down the Colorado.Unfortunately, the point of the documentary seemed to be buried somewhere between all of the adventure. It's not impossible to figure out what the "point" of the piece was (conserving water = good), but that concept came across rather secondarily. There was talk of African water shortages, a few minutes given to discussion of an ancient Native American tribe's disappearance once their water source ran dry, and social scolding of the excessive water use in Las Vegas, but little storytelling, elaboration or detail. At the movie's end (amidst the credits), some tips for saving water are casually thrown in, as if for good measure.This isn't to say that this piece isn't worth watching but instead to suggest that it's a different sort of documentary. There's plenty to see and enjoy, but not much to think about afterwards.

cli o (nl) wrote: no thanks not my thing

Keith M (kr) wrote: A different film from Shane Meadows. A nice little story that definitely strays from his usual dark story lines. Overall all though I'm always looking foward to a Shane Meadows film

Harry W (ru) wrote: American Pie 2 fails to bring anything new to the series of crudely gross teen comedies and is nowhere near as good as the original, however pretty much all of the original cast return and that always makes a sequel more enjoyable. It doesn't retread too many of the original film's plot devices and tries to sustain its audiences through different means, but it just feels too desperate in trying to supass the original when it just cant.

Matt G (fr) wrote: full of action the Thunderbirds are reunited and brought to a new generation of thunderfans, although the storyline is crap and not much scenes with the Thunderbirds it never gets old for my mind and It brought a brilient well casted movie to the ones whom loved the TV series and their offspring to bring down the tradition of loving internatial rescue all over again

jonesy b (es) wrote: Strikes a great balance between comedy and drama. While funny, or shocking on the surface, it is also sad and serious underneath. Hoch's performance brings meaning to the absurd.

Jamie C (br) wrote: Good intense film a little slow in places and more of a survival film than a action film, But when it picks up it's amazing and just like Rocky it's the start of an amazing film series for Stallone.

Kristen R (mx) wrote: The first time I seen this movie was on a sick day off school and it came on HBO. I had nothing else to watch and the summary sounded interesting. I fell in love! Tatum O'Neal and Kristy McNichol were brillant in this teen comedy/drama. It's hilarious watching these to girls fight over who can lose their virginity first.

Martin T (br) wrote: Although I liked this movie in general, I'm less impressed than I have been by the other Sjostrom films I've seen. All the clown imagery seems like a sure influence on Bergman (in particular Sawdust and Tinsel and In the Presense of a Clown) some of it is quite freaky and avant-garde. Beyond that, this is pretty much Lon Chaney's show, and he does a fine job, leaving the rest of the cast in the dust. The story is loaded with pathos, though rather predictable. A good solid film.

Aaron J (ca) wrote: Super funny... Only downer is you really have to pay attention.

Juan Diego L (au) wrote: Bruce Willis y Samuel L. Jackson tienen una excelente qumica, son muy chistosos, me re mucho, muy divertida y la accin tambi (C)n muy bien hecha.

Marcus W (gb) wrote: De Niro as a tough retired cop. Hoffman as a insecure drag queen. And Schumacher proving yet again that the lower his budget, the better the film. It's certainly not flawless, and it does slip into cliches - but thankfully, the character work and acting from the leads carries the film. Definitely worth checking out.

Stanley K (ag) wrote: Wonderfully fun romp, though a late turn towards the sincere is not entirely successful. An entertaining deconstruction of the Chosen One narrative archetype used in far too many blockbusters.

George P (gb) wrote: A nicely structured film that holds the viewer fixed on the screen till the end. Great interpretation by Ewan McGregor and even better by Tilda Swinton. Only disadvantage is that makes the viewer feel sorry for the characters instead of partaking their pain.