Herb & Dorothy

Herb & Dorothy

He was a postal clerk. She was a librarian. With their modest means, the couple managed to build one of the most important contemporary art collections in history. Meet Herb and Dorothy Vogel, whose shared passion and disciplines and defied stereotypes and redefined what it means to be an art collector.

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Herb & Dorothy torrent reviews

Caitlin M (ca) wrote: So bad pointless My friend and I went to see it because I love Harry Hill so we went to see it even though the critics said it was terrible and the critics weren't lying . It's about a hamster who throws up a lot and a trip to Blackpole so bad one star from me '

Jeff B (es) wrote: Wonderful minimalist piece on the solitude of individuals.

Tim P (gb) wrote: Everyone should have an idiot brother like this.

Eduardo L (fr) wrote: You just do not find movies like SNOWMEN out there anymore. It is great to see that someone had the courage to make a film that inspires all demographics and is infused with good values! Bobby Coleman is simply extraordinary as the charismatic and outgoing lead. Everyone should watch it!

Zachary A (us) wrote: Brilliant. You know from the beginning that the reveal is going to be rough, but how the character handles it makes him a hero. Great surprise.

Amanda O (fr) wrote: Brought me to tears. Great movie!

Tracy F (de) wrote: Pretty messed up but same story different characters. Feel like a lot of movies out there like this

Leo L (ag) wrote: Such a let-down. Just a bunch of beauty shots that look dated, and a thin plot, assembled from several chapters of the original manga. Nothing to see here.

Jason D (ru) wrote: Route 666 is about federal agents Lou Diamond Phillips and Lori Petty who track down runaway mob informer Steven Williams (ok, with these 3 big early 90's names, I'm already sold) in the desolate Arizona desert just in time to get away from ruthless mobsters with machine guns. Also tagging along with several other Feds, the group takes an abandoned highway (Route 666) where a murdered chain gang now haunt (yes, ghost zombies). As the Feds, mobsters, and crooked cops all intermingle on this road and shed blood, the ghost zombie chain gang arises from thin air and use their weapons (jackhammer, chains, pick-axe, shovel) to dispatch some gore-infused mutilation. While the rest of the cast is so-so, our three main leads are the most fun to watch though Petty is slightly underused and Phillips has trouble carrying the film. It's really Steven Williams who is the stand-out entertainment (not to mention comic relief as well) within this film. The horror attack scenes are also VERY terribly shot in this film, using shaky-cam and/or slow motion during the action and kills which makes them almost unwatchable and very un-enjoyable for the most part. This is surprising considering William Wesley directed one of my all-time favorite 80's horror films (Scarecrows), which, though equally corny, displayed a run array of gory deaths and decently spooky monsters. Some other interesting faces that show up include Dale Midkiff (Pet Semetery), Alex McArthur (Suspended Animation), L.Q. Jones (The Wild Bunch), and good ole Dick Miller (Gremlins 1 & 2). Overall, this film is over-the-top and corny, but as far as direct-to-video goes nowadays, this one is slightly better than the rest. Good for a boring day!

Nicholas W (fr) wrote: Now George Banks's daughter is having a baby. She looks really older than when she was in the first film. Diane Keaton totally has the worst teeth ever in this movie, like totally gross.

Giancarlo Z (fr) wrote: Amazing, griping film. Powerfull acting by young Sean Nelson, a very true but yet sad story about a young boy trying to get himself together & out of hard times with atleast 100 or somthing dollars hidden in a old beat-up can @ a train track. Young "Fresh" who got the nickname being young + slick got the name, lives in a foster care while his sister is a drugy stripper, and he hangs out playing chess with his dad (Samuel). What a great cast with great acting that moves u while ur watching or jus finishd it.

Millo T (ag) wrote: Light (sometimes too much) comedy with a good couple of main actors. Funny, although you feel it could have been more. Between 2.5 and 3.

Scott W (br) wrote: Peter Ustinov isn't the best Charlie Chan ever but he's the best Peter Ustinov ever and he was incapable of making a bad movie.

Jayden C (de) wrote: really goodmust see

Michael G (br) wrote: Still under the spell of a pixiesque Mia Farrow (Sinatra, you were a moron for letting her go...!) its damn near impossible for me to give anything resembling a subjective opinion of John and Mary, but I liked it. I can see why its not the movie brought up with you think of Dustin Hoffman or even Farrow's best work but director Peter Yates wonderfully (and somewhat confusingly) intercuts might haves and flashbacks with the present story. The voiceover thoughts were kind of dumb though. Hoffman's great in a quirky way and Farrow was an absolute doll. The story's nice and simple even if there are a few dopey and dated parts to it. John and Mary is a nice little jem that's definitely worth an hour and a half.

Duane B (ag) wrote: This film is simply a lot of fun! One of the great things about Grant and his roles was that the leading man could be handsome, serious, and a total goof!

Christopher S (au) wrote: boring and kinda wierd