La terrazza

La terrazza

Expensive vines, tables filled with food, but emptiness inside. Everyone has stopped developing, and fastened in their roles. Hurtful, but still funny story about human development.

Drama about the difficulties of a group of people trying to change their lives. A group of people gathers in a terrace in Rome . Some are friends, some know each other and others just meet for the first time. All are intellectual and belong to the middle class. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


La terrazza torrent reviews

Carlos L (br) wrote: This movie was pretty awesome.I liked the strong performances from each actor.

Muffin M (fr) wrote: Life for a happy couple (Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart) is turned upside down after their young son dies in an accident. also stars Diane Wiest, Miles Teller, Tammy Blanchard, Sandra Oh, Giancarlo Esposito, John Tenney and Stephen Mailer.directed by John Cameron Mitchell.

MK B (ru) wrote: I actually enjoyed this more then I though I would. I always find it weird that some documentaries depict certain people as a 'villain'. I understand that Weber was the 'bad ass' of the bunch, but still. I did learn about how big bowling is/was in the US, which was interesting.

Caanan W (it) wrote: esily one of the best Animes ever done. Only draw back was it wasn't long enough.

Adam R (de) wrote: Mindless, but feel-good nostalgia for anybody who was a kid in the nineties. We're all dudes, hey! (First viewing - Late childhood)

Nick Y (nl) wrote: Yes. This. Best movie involving sports or having anything to do with sports.

Tim K (jp) wrote: Play within a play...

Ernest C (ag) wrote: This musical version of the play The Philadelphia Story features amiable leads, solid acting and while the story may be utterly unbelievable, it is the strength of the music involving Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra and even Louis Armstrong that makes this film. Watch it for the music and stay for the light entertainment.

Jon C (kr) wrote: this really is one of Sam Raimi's more crazier filmsthe man just loves hearkening back to his filmmaking origins particularly 'Evil Dead'he still has the classic styles from the crazy camera angles to the senseless violence and over-the-top comedyit still makes the viewing experience all the more funLiam Neeson acts a bit more professional in his early days, he's not as monotone or emotionlesshis character actually has a real struggle to get his appearance back and the woman he lovesand they make the scientific aspect pretty believable being that he's so desperate for it to excelskin regrowth is tricky particularly that he has to find a way to make it last past 90 min and out of the darkFrances McDormand does put in some effort than just going along for the ridethe villains are typical stock villains and the main antagonist's plan is so cookie-cutter it's like right out of a comic bookI think that's Raimi's intent though to make a superhero like this leap onto the screenthey also don't miss the chance to do the whole monster/man concept; Peyton wants to make a new face and skin to cover up his injuries but he does take notice that the real man inside him also begins to change and that's what he ends up being and learning to live withbeing able to live behind a new face or mask all the time would take a toll on anyonesomeone is everyone but no one at the same timeit's crazy, action-filled, silly, trippy, and quick

Courtney K (es) wrote: the story moved very quickly, which i generally don't like, but a lot happened in this film so it worked. it's not fabulous, but i did like it. it's a frustrating, but cute little rom-com.