Melinda and Melinda

Melinda and Melinda

While dining out with friends, Sy suggests the difficulty of separating comedy from tragedy. To illustrate his point, he tells his guests two parallel stories about Melinda ; both versions have the same basic elements, but one take on her state of affairs leans toward levity, while the other is full of anguish. Each story involves Melinda coping with a recent divorce through substance abuse while beginning a romantic relationship with a close friend's husband.

Two alternating stories about Melinda's (Mitchell) attempts to straighten out her life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Melinda and Melinda torrent reviews

Carol M (gb) wrote: Based on a true story, the story involves an overweight athlete with an overwhelming desire to become an Arkansas Razorback football player. Life is not easy for Brandon Burlesworth. He faces challenges that seem insurmountable to overcome. Brandon possesses an extraordinary personality that few people exhibit. He is never quick to anger, learns to motivate others, and as the story unfolds, Brandon develops into a prime example of being a optimistic type motivator that guides his team into a winning one.When watching the story unfold, we were not all that familiar with the life of Burlesworth. The last part of the story, for us, was unexpected. However, the first and middle parts of the story keeps providing hints of how the storyline will come to its end.This film rivals some of the best sports related movies of all time. Still, since the story delves on the meaning of life, and slightly touches on God and one's faith, YUP, Hollywood will never like this movie and we are afraid it will simply be in theaters a short time and go to DVD in a few months.Hopefully, while Greater is on the big screen it will have staying power and have a long run through word of mouth, high ratings, and positive reviews.

Vyen C (ag) wrote: It wasn't good, but it did have pretty people and pretty sets! I liked Mandy Moore, and a little bit surprised to see Jerry Stiller... BUT MARTIN FREEMAN'S AMAZING and PRETTY and THAT HAIR OMG OVARIES GONE and HIS BICEPS SHOWED WHEN HE'S WEARING A T-SHIRT BUT HE'S STILL DAZZLING IN EVERY OTHER OUTFIT and CAN YOU MARRY ME PLEASE, SIR? THANK YOU.

Private U (ru) wrote: I liked the actual 2 bar exam questions mentioned in this documentary. One of them was something about a guy convinced by his friend to take shrooms. Then after taking shrooms, the guy stabbed and killed his friend and drove off with his friend's car. Then he hit someone else with his friend's car, while on shrooms and didn't remember consciously doing any of that afterwards. And the question was if the guy was responsible or not since he didn't consciously remember doing those things. I thought that was funny. Stuff like that, I wonder if that's mostly the kind of questions in a bar exam. They also mentioned that California has the lowest passing rate of around 33%. Most don't make it not because of ability to regurgitate books of information like at med school, but because the majority can't think like a lawyer in the way that the current system wants lawyers to think. That's interesting.

Beth C (mx) wrote: Seen years later, is mindful of driving and texting. Redemption for careless behavior!

Jon C (kr) wrote: a courtroom drama for the majority of it but the performances of Hopkins and Gosling are enough to carry itit's a lethal game of cat and mouse where Hopkins kills his wife and Gosling tries his best to sentence him but ends up being blindsided on more than one occasionhaunting music to boot, tooif the last act doesn't save the entire move the first two are worth it seeing who can see past each other more in a bloody murder-mystery such as this

Indu R (es) wrote: I actually liked this movie. Two good actors and a good plot. You would never expect that the taxi driver would fight back.

Reno T (nl) wrote: well i didnt expect so much from this movie , but it was a diferent kind of movie and i liked that

Paul E (es) wrote: Terry O'Quinn almost makes this thing work, but almost just isn't good enough. Also, Meg Foster has some AMAZING eyes. Seriously, take a look at them ASAP.

METALHEAD (kr) wrote: awsome because it was made in the 70s RIP jimmi.

Carlos I (de) wrote: This is a weird film, really violent as well. I spent most of the time trying to figure out what was going on in the screen. I wouldn't recommend it,

bob l (gb) wrote: The greatest psychedelic sci-fi ever. What an eyeful.

Tyler D (fr) wrote: A gripping thriller but deserves more points for its experimental style. The first person subjective perspective in an age without steadicams and when camera weighed a ton. I can only imagine how difficult it must have been to film this and full marks to the makers and technicians for pulling this off.

Filipe C (au) wrote: It's all about the writing... and it is phenomenal. Another Sturges classic ahead of its time (the critique on a growing capitalistic society) that is yet to earn the praise it immensely deserves.

Dan G (au) wrote: Chris Rock always smokes crack in all of his movies.. idk why. I do like NWA, the soundtrack was good, seeing Eazy (god rest his soul) talk about rap was cool, and Charlie Murphy .. of course .. what an angry black man.

Leonard D (ca) wrote: This had potential, but ended up getting vaporized in the giant cloud of rock and ash from where it came!

Rhian W (ru) wrote: I really wish they didn't cancel this movie series.