Me & You, Us, Forever

Me & You, Us, Forever

A love story based in 1974 and 2004. A 47-year-old Christian man, on the other side of an unwanted divorce, reminisces about his old high school girlfriend from 30 years prior.

A love story based in 1974 and 2004. A 47-year-old Christian man, on the other side of an unwanted divorce, reminisces about his old high school girlfriend from 30 years prior. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Me & You, Us, Forever torrent reviews

Simon P (br) wrote: An impressive and very controlled debut, emotionally painful and introspective.

Gregory W (us) wrote: nice to look at but very slow and plodding with just the flimsy story.

Myessa E (us) wrote: Coolio, its Got Charlie Murhy, eddies brother i love him too. he's hillarious just in a more gritty urban way.

Dag A D (fr) wrote: Mme. Huppert makes a remarkable character (as usual...)

Jonny P (de) wrote: "Phone Booth" is an edge-of-your-seat thriller that unravels in real time. The concept is fantastic - a manipulative liar enters a phone booth to partake in his daily infidelity when a sniper contacts him and forces him to confess his sins at distant gunpoint. While you might be thinking "How much could possibly happen if the entire thing takes place in a phone booth?", the script is written in a way that constantly builds momentum and introduces characters into the story throughout. It begins a little slow, but that is necessary so that the situation can begin subtly and then escalate. The reason that this film works is the acting. Colin Farrell plays his character in a way that we hate him and then pity him. His emotions drive the plot and create a shift in our emotions (the way that he talks to his assistant, the mean things that he has to say to the police captain, his heartfelt confession to his wife). Forest Whitaker is the other key to this story, allowing us to differentiate between the information that the characters know and the information that the audience knows. And probably the most important part of the film is Kiefer Sutherland's voice. The way that he delivers the sniper's dialogue makes us see him with disgust without ever seeing him. Add in an amazing twist at the end and this strange concept becomes a worthwhile cinematic experience. Could it have been done better? Probably. But "Phone Booth" is good enough that they don't need to try. Next time, just trap them on a ski lift or buried in the ground.

Jeremy S (ag) wrote: A funny, smart, super black comedy that is uncomfortably plausible. David Mamet's mark is there, and the satire is as smart as anything this side of Stanley Kubrick.

Isabelle S (kr) wrote: Quelle intressante faon de l' amener. Tous de bons acteurs.

Hugo S (es) wrote: Starts out slow, but build itself perfectly. Louis Malle is a terrific filmmaker who can write as well as he directs, which is rare. Not my favorite of his though, still a very solid drama.

Sean C (ru) wrote: Not nearly as good as the first one, but you have to give them credit for not taking the obvious route with the sequel and doing a retread of the fish-out-of-water scenario - something like "Tibbs Goes to Tokyo." Actually, now that I think about it, that would have been pretty cool.

Chen U (ca) wrote: One of my favorite Bond movie. Underwater sequences are stunning. But can anyone point out any real 'Visual Effects' in this worthy of an Oscar?!!

Joel A (mx) wrote: A mesmerizing visual Tour De Force about four geologists who are in search of a diamond mine in Siberia, they are fortunate enough to find the location but land themselves in a fierce forest fire.I was fascinated to read that this particular film is major inspiration for Star Wars Episode 8. The film is visually out of the world with so much care & craft gone into every shot.Also their personal story of loves within the group & out & their adamant mission to get the whereabouts of the Diamond Mine to Scientists. A stellar film that was truly something important Russian Film.

Andrey B (mx) wrote: A fine example of German expressionism that was flourishing in those days. This movie is visually arresting with striking images and set pieces, though highly influenced by Dr. Caligari, of course.

Tommy K (us) wrote: The story is extremely complicated and brilliantly written, the characters help keep the movie in focus, and the visual effects will just blow you away. One of the absolute best movies of all-time.