A small circle of friends suffering from post-collegiate blues must confront the hard truth about life, love and the pursuit of gainful employment. As they struggle to map out survival guides for the future, the Gen-X quartet soon begins to realize that reality isn't all it's cracked up to be.
- Category:Action, Comedy, Drama, Romance
- Stars:Renée Zellweger, Winona Ryder, Ben Stiller, Ethan Hawke, Janeane Garofalo,
- Director:Ben Stiller, Ben Stiller,
- Writer:Helen Childress
The movie follows Lelaina, an aspiring videographer working on a documentary called Reality Bites about the disenfranchised lives of her friends and roommates. When Lelaina meets Michael, an earnest video executive who takes her homemade video to his MTV-like station, she must decide what she values, the materialism of yuppie Michael or the philosophical musings of Troy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Reality Bites torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Saw it and loved it. the twist at the end left me hanging! If you loved Tipping the Velvet, which i did, you will love this! It's not as long, but it is beautifully acted, shot and presented! highly recommend it to anyone who likes a good love story!
(kr) wrote: In post-Soviet Georgia, a grandmother lives with her daughter and granddaughter. The daughter's husband died in the war with Afghanistan, and the grandmother's son Otar moved to Paris. Since Otar left, things have just not been the same, especially because the grandmother has an angelic view of her son. Living between power outages and water shortages, the family ekes along until the younger women hear some surprising news. This is a really nice story, set in a region you don't normally hear about.
(es) wrote: Bong!!! Snooch to the nooch!!!
(au) wrote: a plus is that its so dumb its entertaining and so silly its embarrassing...
(gb) wrote: Fascinating masterpiece that takes place on the final day of WWII in Poland as Soviet forces begin establishing a communist regime. The film focuses around a Polish nationalist who is hired to kill a communist official. But after he meets a lonely barmaid, he begins to rethink his life. It's not only a fantastic slice of history, it's also a depiction of the ways radical change affects people, the damage that war has on people, and the journey of a man torn between loyalty and love. Sounds more like a soaper than an art film but I assure you that it has a keen eye for detail and a host of metaphors (such as drunkenness as a representation of the excesses of greed) and churches/graveyards as symbols of hope and despair, respectively.
(ca) wrote: Very good movie. While its plot is clearly reminiscent of Die Hard, the film is still a fun blend of high-octane action, well-choreographed fights and solid comedy to forgive the similarities, supported by strong performances from Jones and Busey.
(kr) wrote: Burt Reynolds - Enough said!
(kr) wrote: A US Army base somewhere in the South, late-1940s/early-1950s. A quiet, relatively unimportant base, it is the model of serenity. On this base we have Major Weldon Penderton (played by Marlon Brando), a lecturer in military tactics and strategy. He's married to Leonora (Elizabeth Taylor). There's also Lt. Colonel Morris Langton (Brian Keith) and his wife Alison (Julie Harris). On the surface, everything appears normal and uneventful. However, dig a bit deeper and you'll see that there is no passion in the Pendertons' marriage - they barely tolerate each other. Mrs Penderton is having an affair with Lt. Col. Langton. Mrs Langton has mental issues. Then there's the strange, voyeuristic, repressed Private Williams (Robert Forster)...Directed by John Huston, starring Marlon Brando and Elizabeth Taylor. Three icons of movie making - surely a recipe for success? Well, not entirely.Slow moving, with brief sparks of intrigue. this movie never kicks into a higher gear. It was never entirely boring but never fully engaging either. The movie seemed set up for a profound ending but the ending was reasonably predictable and inevitable.While there are some decent themes, especially involving repression of feelings and desires, these are never explored too thoroughly. Interesting enough, but not overly engaging or satisfying.Solid performances by Marlon Brando, Elizabeth Taylor, Brian Keith, Julie Harris and Robert Forster. On the negative side we have the character Anacleto, played by Zorro David. An incredibly badly and irritatingly drawn character, badly played with dialogue badly dubbed.
(it) wrote: A flimsy, convoluted story that suffers from weak dream sequences & drawn out narrative that makes it near unwatchable
(it) wrote: Jodie Foster, Tim Robbins, John Turturro! Nuff said. If you havn't seen this, you really should. Quirky, dark, unpredictable.