Light of My Eyes

Light of My Eyes

Antonio is a fallen angel, a rootless chauffeur in Rome, who relates only to the lonely heroes in the pulp fiction novels he grew up with. Only through a change encounter with Maria, a woman struggling to hold onto her daughter and her business, does he discover a hope that's been in his detached existence.

Antonio is a lonely man who works as a driver of luxury cars. Outside of his work, he spends his time reading science fiction novels, and, especially by night, driving through the streets ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Light of My Eyes torrent reviews

Rob S (br) wrote: Quirky little comedy that asks you to believe in the impossible. Some good chuckles and some sweet scenes between Plaza and Duplass, but nothing really of substance. But it's easy to sit through.

Andy P (br) wrote: While perhaps not as satirically biting as it seems to think/hope it is, there are enough witty comments about human behavior and charming, if not knock-out, performances by the cast (Gerwig and Tipton are perfectly cast) to make this a success in my book.

Franck P (ca) wrote: Petite com (C)die bien sympathique

Borhan K (de) wrote: A very nice Japanese film. Its a cross between crouching tiger hidden dragon with Robin Hood. A Japanese love story between a girl and a younger brother from a family of royalty and the movie starts with the younger brother taking in a young boy that was stealing from them. Then the movie moves forward in time and a struggle between family ties and love and wealth starts and your taken on a journey that you are intrigued at every turn.I recommend this movie. Their is only one thing i did not get in the full Japanese film the soundtrack had a few English songs that really felt out of place a wierd however everything else was very kewl. The environment was beautiful Japan looked alive and full of colour.

Aaron A (gb) wrote: Best suited for Tele but even then it feels dated . Quite boring and barely watchable.

ShawnAllan Y (ag) wrote: great thai boxing flic

Sal M (kr) wrote: think of this as the unseen world of the sopranos. all the shit the waitresses at all those restaurants see. think mariah can't act? watch this. its refreshing to see her delve into a role so unlike her public "diva" image.

John D (jp) wrote: From the poster itself, it says, "It is a new standard of Action". Actually, it is pretty new, if you watched the latest martial arts franchises such as "The Raid" or the Ong Bak series, this Jet Li film is I think one of the pioneers on what they called the new standard Martial Arts. I remembered watching this at that time, it is pretty cool to watch Jet Li. It's like, a Jackie Chan flick with an edge.I thought, the story has a touch, this is more of a B-grade, with bad acting and all, it is still a good action flick. With legit screenwriting, which is not bad at all. Also, they tried this to be funny sometimes, but it didn't work IMO. Overall, the well choreographed martial arts fights which stars Jet Li is not bad for me. 3.5/5

Adil D (nl) wrote: absolutely phenominal, love the songs...

Ian C (nl) wrote: Kneel before Zod. Terence Stamp gives us one of the greatest baddies in the history of cinema. General Zod is one nasty cunt. The scene in the diner is one of my alk time favourites.

Bill B (nl) wrote: Something I'd recorded of TCM ages ago, so I finally gave it a spin and I really dug the way Newman plays the character, plus you get some hot latter day Lauren Bacall action, what's not to love?Rental!

Augustine H (nl) wrote: I guess I'm not a big fan of Vincente Minnelli as I would always remember Shirley MacLaine more of her annoying voice than her tragic fate and selfless love.

Neil B (gb) wrote: Started off good, lousy ending - think the writers must have got bored with it and rushed the ending!

Tio B (nl) wrote: The appeal of many a Keir Dullea film is watching him go in the blink of an eye from zero to sixty on the Crazy Meter. Here, he keeps his composure until someone touches him, which turns him into a raving lunatic. That's what I call a Dullea'd response!