A raucous story of the interweaving lives and loves of small-town delinquents, shady cops, pretty good girls and very bad boys. With Irish guts and grit, lives collide, preconceptions shatter and romance is tested to the extreme. An ill-timed and poorly executed couple's break-up sets off a chain of events affecting everyone in town.
- Stars:Colin Farrell, Kerry Condon, Johnny Thompson, Emma Bolger, Deirdre Molloy, Cillian Murphy, Brían F. O'Byrne, Derry Power, David Wilmot, Owen Roe, Neilí Conroy, Kelly Macdonald, John Rogan, Tom Farrelly, Gerry Moore,
- Country:Ireland, UK
- Director:John Crowley,
- Writer:Mark O'Rowe
A variety of losers in Dublin have harrowingly farcical intersecting stories of love, greed and violence. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Intermission torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Eye opening and heartbreaking.
(br) wrote: It was funny at some point but mostly it warmed my heart, some people are lucky even if they don't realize that immediately. Cast was good, felt real not being incredibly presentable and all.
(kr) wrote: It's out and out a Vijay show with lots of engaging moments... I have one big question for murugadoss..what makes u insert maximum songs even between grippy sequences,Pity the cliches which even eminent makers would fail to unrely on...the film could've been in a rocket pace if they are trimmed ... Vijay was sincere to the core the way he presented the role,which I feel is way matured than any of his recent...Cinematography was too average and thereby hardly one could assume that it's by SANTHOSH SIVAN...I didn't feel that it had sequences which projects/ uplifts Indian army much but can be applauded for its entertainment value and script
(ca) wrote: You people act like it was just a movie it was based on a true story for crying out loud don't you people have a soul -_-
(fr) wrote: A sweet coming of age film, that serves as the younger Brokeback Mountain
(mx) wrote: well written, well directed, well acted!
(mx) wrote: This movie is absolutely terrible, though it's worth a watch just to see the amazingly cringe-worthy line dancing segment. This is NOT Babe.
(br) wrote: What could have been a good concept was applied appallingly. So many holes in the script and some really over the top acting from what should have been a decent cast. Woeful.
(es) wrote: 'My parents are so weird! Who knows what they get up to when the kids aren't watching?' That's one of the themes of this bizarre blend of deeply disturbing horror, black comedy, and goofy satire from actor-director Bob Balaban, which parodies the 1950s cultural milieu with enough vinegar to make even David Lynch squirm uncomfortably. Barely noticed by either critics or mainstream audiences on its initial release, Parents is all but forgotten today, which is a pity since, as far as I'm concerned, it's a marvelous film...until the disappointing ending which feels more like a conventional slasher film than a genre-bending existential rumination. The music, set design, and cinematography are all superbly evocative of the period, while perfectly balancing a deep sense of menace. The performances of Randy Quaid and Mary Beth Hurt as the titular characters, Bryan Madorsky as their troubled little boy, and the late Sandy Dennis as a concerned school counselor are excellent as well. Watch it!
(nl) wrote: (First viewing - In my mid-twenties)
(ag) wrote: Hoskins is employed to look after a top class prostitute but is soon dragged into the murkier side of the business. Quality British film with Hoskins playing the sort of rough and rugged east london bloke that he plays so well.
(de) wrote: Peter Bogdanovich's 1973 film is almost perfect.
(gb) wrote: seen it on the BBC in 1981 great film, along with man of marble
(au) wrote: "Well, you don't love life itself. You love, uh, places, animals, people, memories, food, literature, music. And sometimes you meet someone... who requires all the love you have, to give. And if you lose that someone, you think everything else is gonna stop too. But everything else just keeps on going. Giraudoux said, you can miss a single being, even though you are surrounded by countless others. Those people are like... like extras. They cloud your vision, they're a meaningless crowd. They... They're an unwelcome distraction. So you seek oblivion in solitude. But solitude only makes you wither."