It's All About Love

It's All About Love

The story of two lovers and their attempts to save their relationship in a near-future world on the brink of cosmic collapse. John, and world-famous ice skating star, Elena, are about to sign divorce papers when they realise that, in spite of everything happening around them, their love is worth fighting for. It's All About Love is a fresh take on modern love and future life as two lovers struggle in a conspiracy of epic proportions.

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It's All About Love torrent reviews

Adrian E (es) wrote: Pervy and cheap. In a bad way. Really embarrassing for (almost) all concerned.

Christopher P (kr) wrote: The only thing redeeming about this film is that Daniella Monet look beautiful.

Johnny G (mx) wrote: pretty predictible from the middle. a low budget slasher. its ok.

Muffin M (ca) wrote: I own this on DVD in a five movie pack along with:* The Love Bug (1969)* Herbie Rides Again (1974)* Herbie Goes To Monte Carlo (1977)* Herbie Goes Bananas (1980)

Melanie Z (jp) wrote: An underrated little movie. It actually speaks a lot of truth, which is surprising for a movie based on a doofy 1990s SNL skit. Plus, it really is funny!

Signe L (ag) wrote: Alan Rickman's voice and hands are indeed mesmerizing and incredibly erotic!

Cem Regi Pixelmannen (ca) wrote: Old flick, but it's got it's funny moments xD

Simon D (us) wrote: A small town in New Orleans, with no shortage of racist scum, investigate the killing of a local business owner. A visiting black policeman gets arrested by default of his race and then get's involved in solving the case, seemingly to try and prove a point to the local rednecks. There is a very strong message in this film which I think would have been very relevant at the time and the place. A deserving best picture winner.

Dan G (jp) wrote: One of the stronger Godard films I have seen. Every shot is beautifully composed; the white of the skies allows the trees and buildings to make a beautiful background of silhouettes in most of the outdoor shots. Claude Brasseur's performance as the charismatic Arthur is fantastic and both Sami Frey and Anna Karina give intense performances, though I did think that Karina overplayed Odile a little. The scene in the caf (C) is a highlight, Godard's use of silence is utilised in an incredibly powerful way - "A minute of silence can be a long time. A real minute of silence takes forever". The dance between Odile, Arthur and Franz that follows is a beautifully choreographed and unpolished piece of cinema.

Jameson W (fr) wrote: I loved the ending to this. The film works as a straight-forward, 100 minute long courtroom drama, but thankfully it doesn't stop there and delivers one heck of a finale thanks to multiple plot twists in quick succession during its closing 15 minutes; the film ends in style making this one of Billy Wilder's more memorable films. The screenplay is fantastic with an air-tight plot and great characters, but it also has its humorous moments. The result is a highly entertaining and fully satisfying film.

Tony K (kr) wrote: This one is pretty crazy, and jumps a lot but none the less I enjoy this one quiet a bit, I enjoy crazy. I'm thinking in my top 2 or 3 at worst of the 6.

Peter J (jp) wrote: Even better with more line fleshed out. A must before seeing Smaug.

Nik M (br) wrote: Red River benefits from a memorable score, John Wayne's performance, an excellent use of visual repetition as a narrative device, and the overall feel of a very western story. The great distances seen in the daytime are perfectly contrasted with the stirring and brooding natures of the shallow and murky night-time scenery. John Wayne does an excellent job as the conflicted, power-hungry, and ambitious figure.

Scott C (us) wrote: Extremely memorable.