Made in Heaven
A romantic, occasionally funny, drama about two souls who consummate their marriage literally in "Heaven". Mike Shea, in his first life dies as a young man performing a heroic rescue. Shortly after arriving in "Heaven" he meets a new soul, Annie Packert, who has never lived on Earth before. The drama centers around their separation soon after being wedded and the burning question is whether they will reunite on Earth before time runs out or whether they are fated to eternal soul-searching.
- Stars:Timothy Hutton, Kelly McGillis, Maureen Stapleton, Ann Wedgeworth, James Gammon, Mare Winningham, Don Murray, Tim Daly, David Rasche, Amanda Plummer, Willard E. Pugh, Vyto Ruginis, Neil Young, Tom Petty, Ric Ocasek,
- Director:Alan Rudolph,
- Writer:Bruce A. Evans, Raynold Gideon
After being dumped by his girlfriend, a boy runs away to California. But he ends up in heaven because he dies after trying to help a family from drowning in a river. In heaven he'll meet a beautiful girl, who has never reincarnated before. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Made in Heaven torrent reviews
(it) wrote: The jokes are simpler, like any of the best Mel Brooks movies. And I think Brooks fans will find this movie refreshing, but in the end this is just a funny movie. Nothing to wow you; nothing with deeper meaning; and nothing to push the envelope. A good, funny movie...
(ca) wrote: Average movie but the leads do just enough to save the set.
(kr) wrote: Entertaining action packed B movie starring martial artist Jeff Speakman.It's a familiar storyline, but it doesn't make it less entertaining.
(jp) wrote: This movie starts a bit slow and goofy. We follow a man named Tyler (Charles Martin Smith) as he prepares for his mission to study the wolves of Northern American wilderness and at first the movie doesn't quite get the mood correctly. At times the awkwardness comes off very well and we're genuinely sorry for this poor man, who clearly has no idea what he's about to delve into. But then there are certain scenes where the illusion kind of breaks, like the scene where he starts to write his first report, in the middle of a frozen lake, during a howling windstorm. Captivating scene in its own way, but it still felt like the writer had momentarily dropped the ball, so to speak.Nevertheless, the movie quickly improves as Tyler proves to be made of tougher stuff than we initially assumed. And from thereon this is an amazing film. Hauntingly beautiful, insightful, profound, philosophical, at times educational, well-written and, above all else, soothingly hypnotic. The plot is in no hurry. The movie follows Tyler around and just sits right next to him as he studies the wolves, observing both him and the wildlife.Granted, if that was the whole movie, it would probably be a bit on the boring side, but there's a side plot about two Inuits, who Tyler befriends and from whom he learns more about the wilderness and the wolves.Still, the greatest aspect of this movie, the one that truly works, is the technical side of things, especially the mood that is created through cinematography, music and careful narration by Smith. There's dialogue between Tyler and the Inuits, but by far the greatest scenes in this movie are the silent ones, where the visuals and the music are allowed to fill your consciousness and transport you to an older era, where the laws of men have never existed. I swear that if nature ever had a soundtrack, it would prominently feature the score of this film.And that's my two cents. I highly recommend seeing this film, to everyone. It's one part nature documentary, one part adventure film and one part spiritual quest. At first it's very unassuming, but it has hidden power on its side and it needs to be experienced for one to understand its worth.
(de) wrote: I actually saw it when it came out. I think it lasted 2 days in theaters. The description says based upon the '30 pulp hero. Sorry but this movie got almost everything wrong. I understand that George Pal had his budget slashed and was told to make it campy like the Batman TV series. Shane Black of Iron Man 3 fame said he would be making a new Doc Savage movie with the hopes of creating a franchise like Indiana Jones (Raiders of the lost Arc was the most Doc Savage like movie ever made) but it's been two years with little news coming out.
(kr) wrote: Elizabeth Taylor's performance is remarkable as a young ambitious girl dedicated to horses in this timeless sports drama classic.
(kr) wrote: Anne Hathaway COME ON!
(nl) wrote: The ending spoils the whole film.
(br) wrote: It's a good sit in your recliner at the house movie. Can't imagine paying for this to see in the theater.