It's a Wonderful Life

It's a Wonderful Life

George Bailey has spent his entire life giving of himself to the people of Bedford Falls. He has always longed to travel but never had the opportunity in order to prevent rich skinflint Mr. Potter from taking over the entire town. All that prevents him from doing so is George's modest building and loan company, which was founded by his generous father. But on Christmas Eve, George's Uncle Billy loses the business's $8,000 while intending to deposit it in the bank. Potter finds the misplaced money, hides it from Billy, and George's troubles begin.

An angel helps a compassionate but despairingly frustrated businessman by showing what life would have been like if he never existed. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


It's a Wonderful Life torrent reviews

frank c (us) wrote: It feels like forever since I have seen Jessica Chastain in a starring turn in a drama or thriller. However, after a memorable dalliance with sci-fi (Interstellar and The Martian), she's back, and she's badder than ever.Chastain's character heavily evokes her character of Maya from Zero Dark Thirty: a ruthless, tough as nails boss bitch. The emotions and habits are all too familiar, which is part of the reason she delivers such a confident performance in Miss Sloane. Behind that performance is somewhat weaker material, feeling like a melange of Casino Jack, Scandal, and House of Cards. However, the pacing is quick and the buildup intense, making for a compelling watch that does make viewers think for a beat about the political message at play, heavy-handed though it may be at times.

Arseniy V (gb) wrote: Anderson is, in my opinion, the closest thing to a living genius in any fighting sport today. I agree with Dana's take, the guy is the best. And this is a very interesting, objective look at the man within whom the genius resides. The likeable, the unlikable, the baffling - all crammed into a single human being. As is the case, in one way or another, with the rest of us. Very well captured.

Ella H (ca) wrote: LOW BUDGET and with HORRIBLE acting and who wrote the script? Hilarious as it was so bad. However, as ridiculously forlorn the movie was, Billy Zane saved it. All in all, very stupid but due to that had some laughs out of it. By the way, excellent idea but sorry that the execution was what it was.

Ulla D (fr) wrote: The book was better and explained more. The movie itself, from a cinematic perspective was really well done. Read the book if you haven't done so and have/want to see this movie. Saw it with Mom (who's read the book too) and Dad (who hasn't read the book) and we had to stop and explain things to him.

Anthony B (jp) wrote: Screw that TV show this movie is entertaining and awesome.

Grayson D (au) wrote: Very stylish but far from this directors best.

Alex r (us) wrote: Unfortunately this sequel to the impressive 1982 The Slumber Party Massacre is really an incompetent mess of a film. There's so much wrong with this film. The idea of an evil rocker killing his victims with a drill shaped like a guitar was cool and interesting. I liked that aspect of the film. That was the most fun of the film, really. But where the film lacks is in its substance. Yeah, I know what can you do with a character that's an evil rocker? There are tons of great ideas. The filmmakers on the on the other decided to cut corners and skip the killer's back story. The reason the film fails is because there's nothing interesting happening in the first 45 minutes, and that's when the "actual" killing starts. The film almost becomes a snooze fest and makes the viewer uninterested and quite frankly, you really don't care what happens. It really does suck because there are some great ideas at work here, but like I previously stated, the filmmakers don't give the viewer an explanation. Now if the killer had committed suicide with a power drill and come back reincarnated to murder his victims with a drill that would've been a nice little idea for the film. The only person that makes this film semi entertaining is Atanas Illitch as the killer. His performance was what prevented me from falling asleep. This sequel is disappointing and the worst thing is, is that they could've done so many great things with the "evil rocker" idea. The worst of the series, luckily the third one is far better

Robin M (es) wrote: Best western since The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

Michael A (de) wrote: Cheesy and goofy as hell but still enjoyable.

Alec B (mx) wrote: As good as Ryan and Crystal are, it's Ephron's screenplay that is the real star here. She turns a premise that should be utterly exhausting into an enjoyable and insightful comedy.

Vicky G (es) wrote: Watched this all weekend and laughed half the time. Miss those days