The Babysitter

The Babysitter

Jennifer (Alicia Silverstone) is a lovely teen who has been hired to baby-sit the kids of Harry Tucker (J.T. Walsh) and his wife, Dolly (Lee Garlington). The Tuckers go to a party and proceed to get inebriated, with Mr. Tucker fantasizing about his beautiful baby sitter. Meanwhile, Jack (Jeremy London), her boyfriend, and Mark (Nicky Katt), another guy interested in her, decide to spy on Jennifer at the Tucker house, with each young man also fixated on her.

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The Babysitter torrent reviews

Adelwyn H (es) wrote: A sobering, honest, and balanced look at how you can rise to the top of global drug industry, excellently presented in the form of a do-it-yourself manual with clever tie-ins to traditional game design. Conversely, it shows how you can quickly fall to the bottom as well. Great documentary

Pete T (it) wrote: This a documentary worth checking out. The filmmaker makes a mistake by inserting himself into the story, and by questioning one art form (modern abstract art) by using his art form (documentary film) he pretentiously bangs his own drum. The story is interesting and the question is ultimate left unanswered for the viewer to decide for himself.

Sudharshan S (mx) wrote: Well made!! Excellent characterization... Few scenes will remain etched in your mind.Music was a big let down for me.

Jim S (es) wrote: Average minor British comedy. Lots of working class gags. English midlands and Glasgow settings, sweary words. Here's the best joke:Charlie: My wife and I had an argument over whether or not I should have a vasectomy so we said we'd let the kids decide. I lost thirteen to twelve.

Ben R (kr) wrote: This movie had excellent character development. You get sucked into their lives and are reluctant to leave when the movies over. The music throughout the movie is beautiful as was the cinematography. I'd choose this over Michael Bay any day ;)

Vicky P (ag) wrote: Now I see why some indie gay films think they can get away with weak plots and characters if they just camp it with posing, pouting actors.

Nagoul T (it) wrote: Great movie with a very interesting plot, although I'm not a big fan of R.Reynolds his performance was very decent and he captured the mood of the film. Really liked it !

Scott M (ag) wrote: In the perverse world of Canadian cinema -- dominated by introspective dramas and grade-F schlock, most of it lucky to break even -- Corner Gas: The Movie is a hit. And, in an act of either extreme foolishness or inspired lunacy, the producers elected to screen the film in cinemas for only 5 days! Which takes the concept of "limited engagement" to a whole new level. Yet it seems to work, for it's probably the first time I've sat in a capacity audience for any Canadian film. (Sitting second row from the front with the manager, he confided that Corner Gas was the number 1 film of the weekend at his theatre before musing, "I should've put this in a bigger auditorium".) It's also the first film I've attended where the audience belted out the theme song, at the beginning and at the end. And where most of the audience stayed in their seats until the credits were done.The film is exactly as advertised, a love letter to fans of this most enduring of Canadian TV series. Unlike almost all TV-to-big screen adaptations, Corner Gas captures the warmth and the vibe of the original series perfectly. Oh there's a silly reunion-movie clich plot about a big corporation doing battle with a small town but it's okay: it's just a platform for the characters to do what they do. The major difference from the original, aside from length, is the fine cinematography. With some gorgeous overhead shots of the Saskatchewan prairie, the town never looked so real. The performances are fine and familiar: Brent Butt is at his sardonic best; Eric Peterson shines as always as the curmudgeonly Oscar and Gabrielle Miller is radiant on the big screen. Watch for some nice cameos from a diverse little group of celebs, including Graham Greene and wacky sportscaster Jay Onrait (?!)In short, if you never 'got' Corner Gas the TV series, you might as well give this a pass. If you're fan - even a modest one like me - this is a charming and sweet little film, with a lot of chuckles and a few laugh-out-loud gags, that plays like a warm homecoming.

Paul R (de) wrote: An underappreciated genre piece that works thanks to the charisma of the two leads.

Angie Y (ca) wrote: Can't see Schwarzy is at his best here.