The Spectator

The Spectator

Valeria is a passive onlooker to her own life in Turin, and she grows so obsessed with the activities of her neighbor Massimo that when he moves to Rome she decides to follow him. There she meets and unexpectedly befriends Massimo's companion Flavia, and becomes enmeshed in both of their lives.

Valeria is a 26-yr-old inhibited and solitary girl. She lives in Turin, Italy, where she works as a simultaneous translator. There are no romantic relationships in her life, but she allows ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Spectator torrent reviews

WS W (it) wrote: It probably meant something to the French who knew the story backdrop. But to those outsiders, it is too flat & so uninteresting.

Alx R (gb) wrote: complex in parts but overall a original and wonderful film.

li b (ag) wrote: Beautiful and sexy of the first for Penelope, but the ensemble cast is what really does it.

Theresa C (ca) wrote: Loved this film. Matt Dillon was one of my crushes too... and he just gets better with age! A good soundtrack too, especially 'Let your love flow' by the Bellamy Brothers, and Debbie Harry's 'One way or another'

Jan D (kr) wrote: Refreshingly sleezy and ultraviolent oddball neo-noir from "Smile" director Michael Ritchie. Lee Marvin plays Nick Devlin, a Chicago hitman sendt to Kansas City by the mob to collect a 500.000 $ debt from a sleezy cattle baron named Mary Ann (Gene Hackman). Just sit back and enjoy the carnage! They don't make men like Lee Marvin anymore, and they sure as hell don't make movies like this either.

Lady D (br) wrote: A long film that drags slightly, but Rex Harrison and his famous speaking singing voice take us into a make believe job with a fun adventure to follow. Whilst Doc Dolittle is a Musical, there were very few songs that were memorable, but the animals and adventure provide the biggest attraction.

Mehdi P (it) wrote: This is one of Dassin's best films.

Scarlett S (au) wrote: Love, love this old movie especially Talullah's performance. This is a timeless classic

Carolina G (ca) wrote: Brilliantly acted. A wonderful story.

830615521 (br) wrote: Will always be on my top 5 ???

Stan D (au) wrote: This remains the highest grossing musical of all time, despite the fact that movie prices have skyrocketed since it came out. This is another nostalgic story about high school in the early rock and roll era, in the early 1960s, full of that era's music as well as original songs. John Travolta plays the lead, opposite Olivia Newton-John, with a great supporting cast, including Eve Arden, Frankie Avalon, Sha Na Na, Sid Caesar, and Stockard Channing.

Patti r (es) wrote: I heard the buzz around this film and was told it was a superb film. Some of the negative comments told me I would hate this film, they're wrong. 'Suing the Devil' is a stunning piece of cinema, a near flawless film that tells an important story. The cast here was excellent, Shannen Fields ('Facing the Giant's) surprised me here, and I thought she was refreshing in something totally different. This is one of the year's best films and is a phenomenal must see film. The cast is excellent, with several great performances. The plot is both dramatic and funny. Like I previously stated, I was very much surprised with the film, and it exceeded my expectations. SUING THE DEVIL is a great story about the ways we are deceived by Satan. This is a stunning film with several key performances. I enjoyed the film, and I thought it had just the right amount of comic relief to mix in with the drama.

Darren W (ca) wrote: True life tells the best stories

Kevin M W (ag) wrote: Tom Hanks takes us to Saudi Arabia where he's a fish-out-of-water Yank unacquainted with the local customs, some of which could be very dangerous, but it's kept light overall. The biggest shocker for him is a promiscuous Dane, but its this light tone that keeps the film from fully engaging. In one scene Hanks closest Saudi buddy walks in on him with a Saudi woman and things nearly get nuclear pretty fast, but this opportunity, and many others, get passed by for the sake of that light tone. As it is, we're left with a Better Homes and Gardens version that begs in favor of diversity while avoiding some ugly truths.