Jennifer's thirtieth birthday party is supposed to be a special day. But what starts out as a day of celebration quickly spirals into a most ill-fated day Jennifer wishes she could forget, in this ensemble comedy set entirely in a kitchen.
- Stars:Laura Prepon, Bryan Greenberg, Dreama Walker, Matt Bush, Tate Ellington, Amber Stevens, Pepper Binkley, Catherine Reitman, Baron Vaughn, Jillian Clare, Adam Chambers, Alex Anfanger, Jace Mclean, Adam Michael Rose, Jesse Steccato,
- Director:Ishai Setton,
- Writer:Jim Beggarly
Jennifer's thirtieth birthday party is supposed to be a special day. But what starts out as a day of celebration quickly spirals into a most ill-fated day Jennifer wishes she could forget, in this ensemble comedy set entirely in a kitchen. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Kitchen torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Excellent low-budget British drama. The characters are well-drawn and convincing. The plot is ingenious with a subtly signposted twist at the end.
(fr) wrote: Barbie is such a diva come on give her some applause.....
(ag) wrote: like the idea about parallel world of mirrors and reflecting surfaces.. idea about dead person killing all responsibles are not that new.. but i liked all the story!
(br) wrote: Senritsu Meiky (The Shock Labyrinth) (Takashi Shimizu, 2009)Takashi Shimizu has an overblown and entirely undeserved reputation on this side of the pond thanks to having directed the Grudge series of films, which are overrated garbage in the Japanese iteration of the series and overrated even more unwatchable garbage in their American remakes; the only good thing to have come out of the entire series is that it showed Hollywood that it was a financially viable idea to have directors come over to Hollywood and remake their own films (in other words, you have Shimizu to thank for Gela Babulani directing 13). While I will admit that Shimizu has directed one mildly watchable feature (Marebito), everything else I've seen from the man is awful. The Shock Labyrinth, which came and went with nary a whisper, may finally be the film that shows the public that his reputation is entirely undeserved.I would attempt to give you a plot synopsis, as I usually do in the middle paragraph of a review, but this movie is plotless as well as pointless, to the extent that Shimizu, in the closing fifteen minutes of the film, had to add a Poirot scene, where a character finally puts all the pieces together and then narrates the story for the audience. Here's a rule of thumb, aspiring filmmakers: if your script requires a Poirot scene, it's shit, rewrite it. A Poirot scene is an automatic fail. The best I can do: a bunch of young-and-beautifuls take a sick friend to the hospital and discover it is not a hospital. All of them save one were involved in some sort of supernatural happening in the past, but why is that guy involved? (I am treating that like a spoiler, though by the first few flashbacks to Ken's early life, you will have figured out his connection to the other flashback events if you've seen any three random mysteries made in the past century.)The Shock Labyrinth is distributed in this country by a company called Well Go USA Entertainment, also responsible for the execrable Zombie Hunter. In that case, at least they got the "USA" part right. Here, well, even though this is a Japanese film, that may still be the most accurate of the four words. It is not well, it does not go, and it is in no way entertainment. *
(kr) wrote: A great documentary about the drug business in the US humorously presented as a "How To" guide. Really well made and covers a variety of drug-related topics. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
(kr) wrote: Daredevil wasn't one of my favorite comic book characters from the Marvel line and also the movie got mixed reviews so I wasn't interested in seeing it. I've been watching the TV version on Netflix so I thought I watch the movie as a point of comparison. I was actually pleasantly surprised because I thought it was pretty good but then I saw the director's cut which wasn't shown in the theaters. Unlike the TV version it's a sexier and highly stylized. The Netflix version is harsher, grittier and has a more realistic feel. The story is pretty much the same with some differences. Ben Affleck plays the title role and I thought he was pretty good in it. Dark and brooding seems to fit his persona. I actually like this better than the version that's being shown on Netflix.
(es) wrote: Creepy, shallow, and annoying characters in a movie that's just not that funny and grueling to watch. "Sixteen Candles" hasn't aged nearly as well as "The Breakfast Club."
(fr) wrote: Cheesy effekter som r alldeles utmrkta dyker upp d och d (med den flygande draken), men r lite fr f till antalet fr att de ska ge filmen ett toppbetyg. I vrigt r plotten aningen frvirrande, eftersom lngskta frsk oavbrutet grs att koppla drakens amoklpande till en mystisk kult. Mycket kftslngande mellan David Carradine (Bill i Kill Bill) och Richard Roundtree (Shaft i Shaft) blir det. Det konstigaste med hela filmen r egentligen att Michael Moriarty, i huvudrollen, verkligen gr in fr att vinna en Oscarsstatyett. Inte s konstigt, kanske, eftersom filmen r helt seris i sitt utfrande.
(au) wrote: We watch, we watch, and we watch until we've become empty and scared beyond belief.
(it) wrote: Interesting movie which is a lot more fun to talk about that to actually see. A group of citizens is strategically chosen to be placed in a bunker because in nuclear war has broken out. These will be the chosen ones To start the human race all over again. Sound interesting so far? Yes! Very Cloverfield Lane. Many psychological situations could have happened. I guess somebody somewhere decided this just wasn't enough.... So they added VAMPIRE BATS. Yes vampire bats. They're getting into the bunker! Oh no! So, what could have been interesting turns out to be bizarre and ultimately disappointing and boring.
(gb) wrote: So stylish and cool. And Christina Lindberg!
(es) wrote: (First and only viewing - 11/24/2011)
(es) wrote: Another Ozu classic. There are no wasted shoots. And I love how Ozu doesn't spend anytime on overly dramatic moments.
(gb) wrote: I really didnt like the too close shaky camera work-i hate when they do that in movies. However, tom hanks is always a good actor and as the lead he doesnt disappoint. The story was intense and believably told although u dont get a whole lot of background info. So its mostly just the capture that you watch. I think the US military did a great job removing Phillips safely. altho the first responders definitely screwed up by not listening to him from the beginning when he said we have pirates and the emergency line being busy. I remember when this happened in 2009 as a news story that we kinda joked about pirates being a thing again, but it is really terrifying and just like any terrorist hostage situation. What was most interesting perhaps is how the crew esp Captain tried to stop the pirates and whether that was smart or more dangerous. I think the whole hostage situation couldve been avoided if the ukmto had taken the captain serious or the emergency line had actually worked the first time they were under attack.
(nl) wrote: 2/7/2013: Only watched 30 min, but it was bad. Horrible dialog!
(de) wrote: This movie is really bad
(ca) wrote: great movie on Pre, didnt really follow his life, but was done well like a doc.
(it) wrote: The Finest Hours achieves a little lower than you would expect for a disaster film.