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The Desperate Hours torrent reviews
Marnie Z (fr) wrote: The US gov't does not appreciate transparency.. It's embarrassing to see the man that made the comment that Julian Assange should be assassinated was from the University of Calgary.
Pablo E (nl) wrote: El debut direccional de Xavier Dolan lleg cuando apenas tena 19, protagonizando su pera prima llamada "J'ai tue? ma me?re" o mat a mi madre. Una intensa historia donde Dolan hace de Hubert, un chico que debe enfrentar el abandono de su padre, la presencia omniprescente de su padre, y su homosexualidad. Muy recomendable. Es increble pensar lo que Dolan logra a su edad.
Susan P (es) wrote: Excellent performances, especially by Frank Langella, who is just fantastic. Lauren Ambrose and Lily Taylor (back together, I suppose they kept in touch after Six Feet Under) play the women in his life, his daughter and the grad school student who wants to write about him and the books he wrote that she loves. The movie is a slow burn, and waiting to see what is motivating these people and understanding the characters is where the focus is. Why is the student really interested? Why is the daughter suspicious? It had a small budget and I think they made a great movie with it. I was sucked into the story. The characters were complex and not predictable nor unchangeable. Good movie.
The Critic (us) wrote: A coming-of-age film (very much a product of its time) that consistently entertains, particularly when the engaging Annabeth Gish is the centre of the unfolding drama. Notable for early big screen appearances of Julia Roberts, Vincent D'Onofrio, and a very young Matt Damon. A superior, enduring chick flick.
Ivan R (jp) wrote: Imprescindible para conocer una figura histricamente muy importante
Sarah F (br) wrote: Harold Lloyd comedies rarely disappoint, and this one certainly didn't. The creativity of the absurd situations that Speedy gets himself into are classic Lloyd and they are done with great charm and wit. In addition to the always fun Lloyd antics, this film has the additional treats of being shot on location in NY, providing some amazing shots of the city in the late 20s (The Coney Island sequence was fantastic), and having Babe Ruth in a small but very funny role. I can't say enough about Harold Lloyd. I really wish more people would check him out. He is extremely under rated and deserves the same praise as the highly over rated Buster Keaton.