The film centers on a big Polish family. Jadzia is the mother and the ruler of the Pzoniak family (she has five children). Though she's happily married to Bolek, she is also having a long-time affair with Roman. Her young daughter Hala is having an affair with neighbour cop Russell and becomes pregnant by him. Russell is pressed hard to marry Hala.
- Stars:Claire Danes, Jon Bradford, Lena Olin, Ramsey Krull, Gabriel Byrne, Daniel Lapaine, Rachel Morrin, Rebecca Morrin, Mili Avital, Steven Petrarca, Brian Hoyt, Christina Romana Lypeckyj, Peter Carey, Rade Serbedzija, Ryan Spahn,
- Director:Theresa Connelly,
- Writer:Theresa Connelly
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Polish Wedding torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Fun movie about a female friendship with a good cast. B+
(kr) wrote: The last masterpiece of a legendary director. Rip Yash uncle...
(jp) wrote: Overly dramatic, slightly draggy French urban gangster filck. Unbelievable in most parts, but enjoyable for the majority of the time.
(ag) wrote: I was deeply touched by this movie. Excellent story, sad and powerful. David Tennant is brilliant!
(fr) wrote: This is raw cinema. And has a great twist to too. I liked it.
(de) wrote: Clooney's directorial debut is messy but full of spirit. An incredible true story about an infamous TV producer and his secret life. Think Linklater's "Bernie", only darker. Super cool and slick, with some great freshman-era cinematic style and a brilliant turn by Rockwell.
(ru) wrote: life imitates art or vice versa here
(kr) wrote: Despite some incredible special effects and cool ideas, the film falls into another dragged out slasher, where an chance of emotional growth is killed off.
(it) wrote: Largely a lackluster follow-up to the original horror anthology, though it has a couple great B-movie moments.
(es) wrote: A high society club, operated by the Finzi-Continis, in which teenagers often frequent and play tennis, among other activities, is thrown astray in the days leading up to World War II. It seems, those with Jewish blood are being rounded and classified by the government, run by Mussolini. One storyline involves an individual (Lino Capolicchio), the son in the Finzi-Continis, has been barred from the library and attending school, even despite his intelligence. As well, his girlfriend (Dominique Sanda) dumps and moves to another place, hooking up with a soldier. Eventually, all of the family members are exiled from Italy, either moving on own terms and transported out by the Nazi's. Though not one of Vittorio de Sica's best, this is still an interesting and sad film that shows the youths exclusively as the victims of Adolph Hitler's reign of terror in the 1930's and 1940's. A little slow at times, but very well shot and in beautiful colour.
(ca) wrote: the first battle-scene was so stupid, it ruined the whole movie
(fr) wrote: Stttuuupppiiiddd and trite but I enjoyed that part of it was set in Scotland!
(ca) wrote: Just one word; WONDERFULL
(it) wrote: Pretty cool film and although not the best film Li and Statham have done together it was still entertaining. Jet Li plays a guy who discovers if he goes to different universes and kills the version of himself that lives in that moment he becomes more powerful. Farfetched I know but there are some pretty sweet action scenes especially the end fight between good Li and bad Li.
(au) wrote: Even in spite of some glaring narrative flaws, Cameron Crowe's Vanilla Sky is a mindbending drama that mostly succeeds. A remake of the 1997 Spanish film Open Your Eyes, Vanilla Sky is part romance drama, and part thought-provoking mystery. The middle act of the film has some pacing problems, and feels a little long at times, but it's almost hard to criticize it due to how significant it becomes by the time the film ends. Plus, the film really picks up in the third act to make up for it. Tom Cruise is as charismatic as always, even when his face is obscured. Perhaps the most surprising performance comes from Cameron Diaz, who really makes the most of her limited screentime in a role we don't see from her often. However, Penlope Cruz is mediocre at best, and struggles as Cruise's love interest. Crowe's direction is solid, and he makes sure the film never loses coherency. Had the middle section of the film been edited down a bit, this would've been fantastic, but as it stands, Vanilla Sky is a good effort from Cameron Crowe that's sure to blow your mind at least once.
(ag) wrote: The plot had great potential, but fell short to deliver the viewer adequate fear, suspense, or drama to keep me awake at night or make me think of the movie after it was over, especially since the ending was disappointing.