Medicine for Melancholy

Medicine for Melancholy

Waking from a one-night stand that neither remembers, Micah and Joanne find themselves wandering the streets of San Francisco, sharing coffee and conversation and searching for a deeper connection.

Twenty-four hours in the tentative relationship of two young San Franciscans also dealing with the conundrum of being a minority in a rapidly gentrifying city. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Medicine for Melancholy torrent reviews

Steve S (us) wrote: Beautiful Italian settings help a little, but this romantic musical suffers too much fluff. The songs are just lackluster versions of 1980's pop songs.

Aaron K (ag) wrote: Not as potent as the first, but very entertaining.

Melvin W (br) wrote: Luise: When you're at the bottom - Toni once told me - at the foot of the wall, and you look up, you ask yourself: How can anyone climb that? Why would anyone even want to? But hours later when you're at the top looking down, you've forgotten everything. Except the one person you promised you would come back to.North Face is a mountain climbing film that tries to be a lot more than that. Overall it is a good movie, but I can't help but feel that it could have and should have been a whole lot better. I'm not saying it is bad, but I think the director, Philipp Stolzl, tries to do a little too much; when if he would have just stocked to the basics it could have been a lot more exciting on the ascension and much more suspenseful on the descension.North Face is the story of two young Germans who are attempting to be the first to climb North Face. They are racing two Austrians to the top, as many reporters and spectators gather at a hotel to watch and take part in history. Among the reporters is a woman, who knows the two Germans and loves one of them, that being Toni. She is excited to see them be the first to make it and never really shows any concern about them attempting it.Where the movie goes wrong in my opinion is that it can't just stick with the climbers. It cuts from the mountain to the hotel every five minutes. The action is up on the mountain with the climbers, not down on the ground with people who are just sitting and talking. Also I don't think the love interest really added that much to the movie, except just to add another plot detail. Before the climb, I didn't really see the love being all that strong between the two characters. I'd have liked it a lot more had they cut out a lot of the scenes down below and added a lot more to the actual mountain climbing scenes.The scenes that take place on the mountain are tremendous. The scenery is beautiful at times and scary at times.While I don't feel like the movie was completely ruined, I was just kind of put off by some of the plot decisions. I enjoyed the experience though, as it was times an exciting, suspenseful and ultimately sad story.

maine g (kr) wrote: "Every heart is a revolutionary cell."Brilliant conversations and exchange of arguments between three young radicals and a radical turned conservative-capitalist old man. It's a very interesting observation on how time and other factors consume the idealism of an individual. I hope not but I think I just saw how my mind will work in 20 years with all the current ideals being drained. This is an interesting film - fantastic acting, great one-liners, the 'free-love' stuff, intense at some points, with not so Hollywood-ish directing style.

Robot S (br) wrote: This is a sweet, entertaining movie with a lot of heart. I don't understand why it got so bad reviews. It doesn't try to be anything it's not, it's a very watchable comedy with likeable characters and good actors. The chemistry between Hayden Panettiere(as Joe's daughter) and Tim Allen are a joy to watch. Jim Belushi as the martial arts-teacher is exactly what you expect him to be, and that's what he does best. It's one of my all-time favourite Tim Allen-comedies along with "For Richer and Poorer". Don't be frightened by the bad reviews. If you like unpretentious feel-good comedies for a lazy Sunday afternoon, this is a good choice.

Ricky W (it) wrote: Damon Wayans is a trip in this one, especially about talking about killing, being stoic, and well, you gotta see that bad dance he does.

Orlok W (it) wrote: Awesome cat fight, drag queen monologues, and tons more--A Divine Western!!

David L (au) wrote: Dead Poets Society is very well acted with Robin Williams being so good, its dark turn near the end is commendable and the film deals with important themes and issues, but it is made as a typical Oscar bait, there isn't enough of Williams in it and the ending is beyond mawkish.

Dane W (au) wrote: J.K Rowling's successful selling book makes no mistake in inviting us on an exciting fantasy adventure with a special cast and stirring story.

Scott W (it) wrote: Good movie as I remember it. True story I believe. Never forgot it.

Galen M (nl) wrote: Well crafted, acted, shot film.