Something Borrowed

Something Borrowed

Though Rachel (Ginnifer Goodwin) is a successful attorney and a loyal, generous friend, she is still single. After one drink too many at her 30th-birthday celebration, Rachel unexpectedly falls into bed with her longtime crush, Dex -- who happens to be engaged to her best friend, Darcy (Kate Hudson). Ramifications of the liaison threaten to destroy the women's lifelong friendship, while Ethan (John Krasinski), Rachel's confidant, harbors a potentially explosive secret of his own.

Rachel is a talented attorney at a top New York law firm, a generous and loyal friend, and, unhappily, still single. Friendships are tested and secrets come to the surface when terminally single Rachel falls for Dex, her best friend Darcy's fiancé. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Something Borrowed torrent reviews

Michael K (nl) wrote: I really enjoyed the movie

Pavan R (fr) wrote: Was refreshing to watch a Kannada movie with a different perspective. Shot completely in and around Malpe, a coastal village in Karnataka which has a deep impression on my own childhood days. Superb storyline with good direction and editing. Could say that they have been inspired by directors around the world in bits but does feel original overall and is very intriguing and entertaining.

Ryan Y (gb) wrote: Truly so bad it's good. Amazing vocals make it watchable, even if the dance numbers sometimes fizzle more than sizzle. Hangover fodder you can watch again and again without having to invest precious brain power. And worth it for Cher's solo, as crowbarred in as it is.

Tony P (us) wrote: Not terrible if you like kungfu.

Mick U (jp) wrote: It's bad on every possible level, (filming, acting, editing, plot, sets, story, dialogue etc etc.) with the exception of the music and the nudity - both of which are to my taste. It's about 180 minutes too long, but edited down to 5 minutes retaining the breasts and one of the finer tunes off the soundtrack ...and this film would work a treat. I give it 10% purely for breasts and music.

Ashley H (ca) wrote: Into the Wild is an amazing film. It is about Christopher McCandless who abandons his possessions and hitchhikes to Alaska to live in the wilderness. Emile Hirsch and Vince Vaughn give excellent performances. The screenplay is well written. Sean Penn did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the adventure. Into the Wild is a must see.

Aaron L (au) wrote: predictable, stupid and overacting. but it was really entertaining and unintentionally funny.

Brittane C (es) wrote: Pointless and boring

Rawballs B (fr) wrote: I love the acting and the killings... A slithering great-time 'B' movie....

Mitun P (kr) wrote: I still cant believe I have the stomach to watch Gasper Noe's first movie...the movie that technically sets the motions for I Stand Alone and Irreversible.

Adam E (us) wrote: Pierre Richard-starring French comedy "Les Fugitifs" is given a decent Hollywood makeover and both films manage to be equally fun and schmaltzy. The casting is perfect and the Nolte/Short duo works perfectly. Cute family movie.

Raffe C (fr) wrote: Not the best, but not the worst either.

Adrian F (us) wrote: A good disaster movie, quite mature with a good - rather Un-Hollywood - ending. Worth seeing for the stunning Sophia Loren and a youthful Martin Sheen.

Ryan M (gb) wrote: A solid first go at the later hyper-political film essays of the 70s (not that his previous films hadn't been essayistic and obliquely political). I think the principal appeal of this film is its use of formalism to explore the play of ideas. It's not as charged and complex as the (totally underrated) 'Tout Va Bien', but it manages in the space of its 90 minutes to be engrossingly reflexive and inventive. I really don't think it has a clear ideology -- if anything this movie is more about the politics of form than the politics of Mao, Marx, Stalin, etc. It does end rather cynically, suggesting that the "fresh approach" Maoism seemed to offer to communism in the 60's was itself another game of harnessing misunderstood ideals to violent and fruitless revolution. Leaud's earnestness and Wiazemsky's ruthlessness also deserve praise, and the "rainbow room"/ the "year zero theater" were unnerving and surprisingly beautiful. If nothing else be a completist and see how Godard got to 'Weekend' from 'Masculin Feminin'.

Kok F (es) wrote: Even though such subject matter is quite familiar nowadays, but still the film shows its charm. Masterly directed.

Florida C (br) wrote: Entertaining script is very contemporary and, if R. Lee Wilder had access to modern special effects, the film might have overcome its erh "limitations". Fortunately for lovers of Alternative Classics, R. Lee Wilder's considerable ambitions allowed him to create some special effects that are truly memorable. (Just trust me on this point and enjoy the surprises.) Peter Graves' manages to maintain his poise and dignity as he stumbles through this Alt. Classic. The special effects alone justify reserving "Killers From Space" a slot in the "50 Greatest Alternative Classics".

bill s (us) wrote: Boy have Kilmer and Slater's stars faded and it sure was not helped in this underwhelming loose remake.

Mike L (ru) wrote: very underrated in my opinion if you ask. actors, story and operator do the thing. It's paranoiac and you can be part of it. And enjoy.