The late 1940s. Richard Langley, a bachelor playboy, narrates a story that starts when his best friend, Harry Allen, invites him to lunch to tell Richard he's in love. Trouble is, Harry's already married to Pat; he worries Pat would be hurt too deeply by a divorce. Then, Harry's new love, Kay, joins them. Richard is smitten, so when he finds out that Pat may be in love with someone else.
- Stars:Chris Cooper, Annabel Kershaw, Pierce Brosnan, Patricia Clarkson, Rachel McAdams, Sheila Paterson, David Richmond-Peck, Erin Boyes, Elijah St. Germain, Terence Kelly, Timothy Webber, Rebecca Codling, David Wenham, Dolores Drake, Malcolm Boddington,
- Country:USA, Canada
- Director:Ira Sachs,
- Writer:Ira Sachs (screenplay), Oren Moverman (screenplay), John Bingham (book)
A 1940s-set drama where an adulterous man plots his wife's death instead of putting her through the humiliation of a divorce. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Married Life torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Okay flick. I was more impressed with the interesting Palestinian settings than the actual plot, which was too twisty and contrived.
(ru) wrote: Surprisingly enjoyable! The same can be said about Paltrow's singing voice....
(ag) wrote: This action-flick starring "Matando Cabos" stars Tony Dalton and Silverio Palacios and directed by Alejandro Lozano goes from Mexico to Argentina in a fun, exciting ride. It starts as a fantastic crime movie with wonderful, wicked performances and mischiveous characters. Jordi Molla really stands out in what's probably the best supporting performance of the year (seriously!)... unfortunately, after the thieves get to Argentina (their goal is to exchange their stolen dollars for argentinian pesos), the plot starts to flop and the characters lose their wickedness and sort of untouchable attitude and become regular guys doing unrealistic stuff. For example, Ana de la Reguera is supposed to be a gorgeous femme fatale and she actually gets into character... until they get to Argentina. Silverio Palacios is funny as hell (once again) as the only one that is down-to-earth and doesn't buy all the Big-time-thief shit from the others and we love him!... until they get to Argentina. Tony Dalton is the only one that supports the film from start to finish as a bad/good guy with issues... and thank God Jordi Molla **SPOLIERS AHEAD!!** doesn't stay too long in Argentina, just for a scene or two, **END OF SPOILERS** so his character NEVER fades and becomes the real deal in all of his scenes. The visuals are great and the cinematography is beautiful, the screenplay is not original but is entertaining... even in Argentina. The twist at the end is actually kind of funny but it feels too false and unnecesary. It ends everything so quickly and abruptly that it doesn't seem right. And, you know what? The car chases are actually not better than the ones in "Matando Cabos", Lozano's first movie and Dalton's first screenplay (he repeats here, all by himself), and the humour is missed, even if this was specifically created as a crime-action-drama, far away from "Matando Cabos". Anyways, the movie is great and flows fast: it's definitely better than your regular northamerican action mess. Alejandro Lozano is a great director, and Tony Dalton writes really good screenplays, but this one needed a little more time in the oven. Best scene? What a about a fight in a supermarket with supermarket-weapons? Hilarious and exciting!
(de) wrote: Matches and matches, loads of macthes thats what you get here, How do you profile the dead man? You can't, so just have a bunch of oldschool and new school matches to satisfy.
(ru) wrote: Poor plot and overacting, and a unnecessary amount of gore, a pretty poor film.
(ca) wrote: I would have liked it if I was still a teenager. It felt too long. I loved Alice's ballet dance at the end.
(us) wrote: this was a good movie those 3 guys are great in this they acted in this like they knew eachother their whole lives
(mx) wrote: Has much that tries for outrageous camp, but too much of it plays like a crude travesty of overly familiar Southern decadence.
(fr) wrote: this one is different because the animals don't talk and animals in animated always talked but, they took a big risk and it payed out I really liked it but, iit is boring at some points and the horse and that guy keep getting separated is so boring I mean it happens like 6 times but, I like and it reminded me of the loin king a lot in fact I liked this better than the lion king so I say check it out.
(jp) wrote: Other than all the nudity, this movie's plot was only slightly better than Showgirls.
(mx) wrote: I caught this when I was a kid and it has stuck out in my head after all of these years as one of the most bizzare movies I've seen plotwise. The film plays up Busey's odd side brilliantly and Bruce Glover(Crispens dad) gives an off handed creepy performance also. This is solid, cult classic gold! You'll have to lurk around e-Bay to find it on DVD.
(ru) wrote: A pretty good film that will scare the wimps easily.
(it) wrote: very funny, and a good story. the acting was great
(jp) wrote: Enjoyable gritty is the best term to describe this. Wonderful natural portrayals of wasted alcoholics by Tyrell and Keach. The boxing is brilliant too, remembering this is pre-Rocky. Huston had an unbelievable body of work in his lifetime, an incredible director!
(ag) wrote: The movie is well-titled, acting as both a good mystery film as well as religious commentary.
(ca) wrote: "End of Watch" is a gripping crime drama film where even though its cinematography is a bit uncomfortable to the extent that some shots are dizzy, the storyline is impactful thanks to its deep characters and interesting acting performances from Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena.
(br) wrote: this is a pretty OK movie. i can't believe i'm saying this. its nearly 10 years old. i hope they don't release a 10-year-anniversary DVD