Life in Wilmington, North Carolina is pretty slow for David until he starts having a fling with a mysterious older woman. To make life even more complicated David's sister Nancy, and co-worker Jeanne have problems of their own that they share with David. Nancy is fighting of the unwanted affections of two men. Meanwhile, Jeanne must contend her deadbeat husband. And on top of it all, David has a gay roommate who he incorrectly thinks, is trying to start an affair with him, not to mention a trailer park hit man.
- Stars:Matt Lutz, Micah Shane Ballinger, Jodie Sweetin, Natalie Canerday, John Wesley Shipp, Tom Huff, Barbara Alyn Woods, Sheila Brothers, R. Dana Browne, Evelyn Foley, Kay Freeman, Isabel Heblich, Matthew Laurance, Phillip Troy Linger, Shaun O'Rourke,
- Director:Andy Brown,
- Writer:Andy Brown
Several stories interweave, chronicling the lives, loves and adventures of a group of diverse, inter-related characters in and around the port city of Wilmington, NC. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Port City torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: saw it in Vienna, it was a great play. such a treat.
(au) wrote: I watched this at a screening Orange County. This was a very powerful movie. All the actors portrayed in Russia were top notch. One of the guys portrayed took questions and indicated it was about 95% of what really took place.
(us) wrote: I was talked into seeing this. Oops
(us) wrote: Rating: 7/10Not a great film by any stretch, but worth watching just for Tom Hardy's magnetically deranged performance, which is positively mesmerizing. I can't go so far as to call the movie enjoyable, but it's a fascinating study of a positively bizarre human being.
(gb) wrote: This is the 9th Mothra movie. It is a great movie. The first 8 Mothra movies are better. The 10th Mothra movie Rebirth of Mothra II is better. See all the Mothra movies. They are great movies.
(it) wrote: Vincent Perez, best Swiss actor? I think so!
(ca) wrote: I fucking loved this movie when I was kid!
(ru) wrote: Looking to enlighten the audience of a local radio station with his story, reformed serial killer Norman Bates decides to call in to a segment about matricide, reliving the traumatic childhood events that drove him to kill. This unique framing story allows Anthony Perkins to remain in the prequel as our narrator, often injecting himself as a spectator to his own troubled past. Though many may say that PSYCHO needs no introduction, others will argue that Joseph Stefano's treatment delivers a welcomed back story to the screen's most infamous killer. With the stunning Olivia Hussey playing Mrs. Bates, it is no wonder Norman developed such an odd relationship with his mother. Norma's wicked treatment of her son through verbal castration and taunting sexual torments makes it quite clear why Norman should turn out the way he has. But Hussey also embraces the kinder moments, giving us a dual perspective that accounts for Norman's love and obsession with his mother. Henry Thomas is competent as the young Norman, but his performance is lacking in personality. With a twist ending that closes the book on the PSYCHO series, we feel satisfied that Norman's story has been told to completion.
(de) wrote: Tense, gritty, and well-acted, shows that an action film need not be brainless or just one gunfight and/or explosion after another. Like "Lord of War", portrays an often-overlooked aspect of "brushfire" conflicts.
(ru) wrote: Emily , del director de Looper
(ru) wrote: the cast is game and talented, and I see that there's a very interesting, scary idea here but it's execution fails it's interesting premise and it's script and very dull characters also don't help its case. it was fun at times, but it could have been so much better.
(ca) wrote: Wonderful acting....but what a strange and depressing story.