My Worst Nightmare
Agathe runs an art gallery. Her husband François is a publisher. Together they have one son, and in every way seem to be the picture of normality — but emotions are stewing under the surface. All it takes is the arrival of a complete stranger for things to start unravelling. Patrick is brash, uncouth and totally unselfconscious...
- Stars:Daphne Zuniga, David Sutcliffe, Victor Zinck Jr., Evan Williams, Chelah Horsdal, Vincent Gale, Isabelle Huppert, Benoît Poelvoorde, André Dussollier, Virginie Efira, Corentin Devroey, Donatien Suner, Aurélien Recoing, Eric Berger, Philippe Magnan, Bruno Podalydès, Samir Guesmi, Françoise Miquelis, Jean-Luc Couchard, Emilie Gavois-Kahn, Serge Onteniente,
- Director:Anne Fontaine,
- Writer:Anne Fontaine, Nicolas Mercier
Agathe lives with her husband and son in a posh apartment in front of the Parc du Luxembourg. Patrick lives with his son in the back of a van. She is the head of an important contemporary ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
My Worst Nightmare torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Hate hate hate zombies that can run! Zombies cannot run! Fact! ;) Soldiers with guns against zombies, you would think that it would be easy, it wasn't! Think they may of struggled against a living terrorist! Still, if you like zombie films, it's not right at the bottom of the barrel! just!
(kr) wrote: this movie sucks, bad lighting and the camera angles suck.
(au) wrote: Good movie based on the life of Abbie Hoffman. Most of it is told in flashbacks. A journalist is writing a piece on Abbie Hoffman, and through interviews with him, his wife, friends and lawyers we see what happened to make Abbie go "underground"...which is where he is at the beginning of the film. This covers the time from his first arrest, to his coming out of the underground. Vincent D'Onofrio does a great job as the man himself, and Janeane Garofalo is wonderful as his wife Anita.
(au) wrote: 9.6/10Brings so much heart to the table. Watching it for the first time 23 years later I still felt the heart and soul this movie had. Tremendous film making.
(ca) wrote: Mrs Miniver hasn't passed the test of time too well, and at times seems overly idealised. But to be fair, if we watch this movie through the lens of a 1942 audience, we can't help but be impressed at the stiff-upper-lip British pluck in the face of adversity. The scene of the family in the bomb shelter, listening to the terrifying whistle of the German bombs, is frighteningly realistic. It's really for film buffs though, who might be interested in how Britain created an impressive propaganda machine with this movie.
(es) wrote: First time I watched it, it looked to my more sketches without connection that an integral movie. However, second time, when I forgot about script and coherence, gags were much funnier. 2 stars for the first visionate, 3 for the second.