Love at the Christmas Table

Love at the Christmas Table

Family friends Sam and Kat spend every Christmas Eve at the Children's Table. They grow up together, sharing the highs and lows of young adulthood. And at thirty, Sam realizes that Kat is the one...but he's afraid that the past will get in the way.

The film centers on Kat and Sam who have grown up together with many beautiful memories. Unfortunately, they got into an argument when he came back for the Christmas which makes relationship seem to be broken. However, Now Sam is coming home for the first time in years and surprise things will happen. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Love at the Christmas Table torrent reviews

Omar A (kr) wrote: Horrible, terrible movie.

Suanne S (au) wrote: Everything is good with Gerard Butler!!!!!

Trevor C (mx) wrote: Not so much a comedy (the only humor is very realistic and dark), but more like a depressing observation of one simple man's process of dying. Nothing about this movie is really funny, the shots are uninteresting, and the acting is dead-on realistic; its almost as if a invisible cameraman is observing these people and following Mr. Lazarescu towards his end, and that's really why this movie is great. Do not watch this movie for the intention of laughing, because you most likely will not, its very depressing and even disturbing through its realistic interpretation of the hospital world, and though the true mentality of Lazarescu is only observed from a third person perspective, seeing him deteriorate from a state of focused mind to deliriousness makes this film particularly powerful.

Jamie C (de) wrote: Again it's the same old story but bigger and better deaths.

Ariana K (es) wrote: This movie is excellent. It drags ass a little at some points. HOWEVER The cast is great. Meatloaf, Dio, and Dave Grohl punctuate the film with their moving performances. Jack black and Kyle Gas are their usual hilarious selves. I'm not a huge Black fan but I appreciate that this movie is intended for die hard fans. The story line is funny and original. Above all else the songs are awesome and HILARIOUS. Years after it's release the soundtrack is imbedded in my head.. Still makes me laugh all the time. Not for everyone but waay better than i expected.

Jessie V (es) wrote: i know i've seen this...i remember a pregnant drew barrymore working the drive-thru window...but besides that, my brain is saying, "This was awful...stop trying to was awful, leave it be!"

Mark E (fr) wrote: Awesome movie with a very unfortunate name. I don't know if the studio just didn't promote this movie, I don't remember it in theaters at all, but it's great. Jerry Lewis, Oliver Platt and Lee Evans are just perfect.

John L (mx) wrote: Why would someone not think this is great? I waited for the sad ending and I was so never came. I think the movie itself is pure gold.

Michael T (es) wrote: Interesting but confusing.

Jeffrey J (fr) wrote: I must take issue with the mediocre reviews. This was one of Roger Moore's finest outings as James Bond. Reviewers at the time agreed to that, and having rewatched a bunch of them lately, I agree. Great action and humor, with no CGI.

Blake P (kr) wrote: The second part of Sergio Leone's "Dollar" trilogy (beginning with 1964's "A Fistful of Dollars" and closing with 1968's "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly"), 1965's "For a Few Dollars More" is a wonderfully grimy spaghetti western that improves upon the brazen badassery of its predecessor. Throw Clint Eastwood back into the ring and you have yourself an anti-hero more parched for the sweat of a knife fight than John Wayne; add the beady-eyed Lee Van Cleef into the mix as his right-hand man and you have yourself an anti-hero more famished for the blood of a gun battle than Clint Eastwood. The film is a never-ending sphere of poetic carnage, incessant perspiration, and pseudo-virility - the exquisite restraint of Leone's direction, along with the near-silent machismo of its leading players, makes "For a Few Dollars More" an irresistible product of subgenre ecstasy. Eastwood and Van Cleef co-headline as The Man With No Name and Col. Douglas Mortimer, two rival bounty hunters who decide to join forces in hopes of capturing sadistic bandit El Indio (Gian Maria Volont). The plot, as simple as I've just described it, is stronger than that of "A Fistful of Dollars" - The Man With No Name is now no longer a cunning criminal but a sorta-kinda good guy wanting to make right in the West and for himself; style is still the most pertinent force in every frame, but this time around there's a story strong enough to give all the dust-and-tumbleweeds swagger cinematic weight. The new assurance is so tenacious, in no doubt, because of Leone, who is confident enough to work from his own material rather than someone else's ("A Fistful of Dollars" was adapted from Akira Kurosawa's "Yojimbo", the screenplay penned by five other co-writers); "For a Few Dollars More" takes what was great about its predecessor and ups nearly every detail. It's more bold in its close-ups, moody pauses, and portrayals. And while Eastwood is still the same indestructible force of machismo he was in the previous film, it's Van Cleef that steals the show. With his dragon eyes, beak nose, and abiding glare, he's an anti-hero that looks the part of the villain - Mortimer is a man of few words, yet Van Cleef is able to speak volumes through his gallant body language. He and Eastwood have the kind of chemistry only assassins can mirror, pairing not out of friendship but out of necessity. Maybe they don't like each other, but they sure do know how to work well together. "For a Few Dollars More" is probably the weakest of the trilogy ("A Fistful of Dollars" felt so new, so vital, "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly" a blending of the strongest elements of the spaghetti western), but it's the weakest of one of the most perfectly made trilogies of all-time. Leone is never one to take it easy, and neither is Eastwood.

Andrew U (de) wrote: Thunderball seems better in retrospect than it actually is. At times the plot is slow-moving to the point of boredom and besides the eye-patch, Largo is a forgettable antagonist, an important ingredient in a Bond movie. But if only to watch Sean Connery own the character of James Bond and to join him on another adventure, Thunderball is a great watch.

Deka M (ca) wrote: one of the worst sequels i have ever seen