Home for the Holidays

Home for the Holidays

After losing her job, making out with her soon to be ex-boss, and finding out that her daughter plans to spend Thanksgiving with her boyfriend, Claudia Larson has to face spending the holiday with her family. She wonders if she can survive their crazy antics.

After losing her job, making out with her soon-to-be former boss and finding out that her daughter plans to spend Thanksgiving with her boyfriend, Claudia Larson faces spending the holiday with her family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Home for the Holidays torrent reviews

Paul D (ag) wrote: A dark/horrific film that has some meaning but blocks it out by it's unrealisticness and horrible filming to cover up it's beyond belief brutal violence.

Ly K (it) wrote: gggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg

Leslie F (ca) wrote: Like the martial arts,mysticism,moral thing

Sebastien T (kr) wrote: Surrealist masterpiece. Somehow a best-off movie within sort of french golden age period. Actors were actors, Depardieu, Serrault, Blier,.. at their top. I recommend to anybody in love with cine.

Walter M (us) wrote: At first, Joe Sam(Carl Switzwer), an elderly Indian, is the only one to hear it. After he wakes up the Bridges brothers, Curt(Robwert Mitchum), Harold(Tab Hunter) and Arthur(William Hopper), they also hear what might be a big cat threatening the family's cattle and is maybe even the mythical black panther that Joe Sam has alluded to on occasion over the years. At the very least, Curt and Arthur go out into the snow to see what they can find which gives their mother(Beulah Bondi) plenty of time to harangue Harold on his upcoming engagement to Gwen(Diana Lynn), the paid companion to Grace(Teresa Wright), who like her brothers is also unmarried. First, "Track of the Cat" is something of an odd duck in trying to turn its typical western premise of man versus nature on its head. And I would agree with anybody who says that this movie is meant mostly to be allegorical about the closing of the frontier in favor of settling down into a life of domesticity. But ignoring the hunt in favor of the household squabbles is a mistake, as anything Robert Mitchum does in general, much less in the stark white landscape, is much more interesting than anything going on inside the house where the primary lesson is to always find plenty of places to hide your booze.

Zack B (us) wrote: It's often meandering at times, and the length is sometimes unbearable as the pacing is not as great as it should have been. Nevertheless, I'm stunned that this was made in 1922. It's innovative and impressive on so many levels, namely the brutal honesty of it and the beautiful cinematography. Also, Rudolf Klein-Rogge is the perfect villain with those arching eyebrows and the intense stare.

Cody L (jp) wrote: pretty good chick flick

Orlok W (nl) wrote: Corman at his most POEtic and stylish best!!