The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1
The new found married bliss of Bella Swan and vampire Edward Cullen is cut short when a series of betrayals and misfortunes threatens to destroy their world. Bella soon discovers she is pregnant, and during a nearly fatal childbirth, Edward finally fulfills her wish to become immortal. But the arrival of their remarkable daughter, Renesmee, sets in motion a perilous chain of events that pits the Cullens and their allies against the Volturi, the fearsome council of vampire leaders, setting the stage for an all-out battle.
- Stars:Taylor Lautner, Gil Birmingham, Billy Burke, Sarah Clarke, Ty Olsson, Kristen Stewart, Ashley Greene, Jackson Rathbone, Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser, Kellan Lutz, Nikki Reed, Robert Pattinson, Christian Sloan, James Pizzinato,
- Director:Bill Condon,
- Writer:Melissa Rosenberg (screenplay), Stephenie Meyer (novel)
The Quileutes close in on expecting parents Edward and Bella, whose unborn child poses a threat to the Wolf Pack and the towns people of Forks. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Absolute rot.. Subhash Ghai has now learned the art of how to screw up good stories. Great location's, good story, fab music, but horrible direction, pathetic edit and overacting all over. Please stick to only producing films Mr. Ghai...
(kr) wrote: Overall a good documentary, but some of the people in it are fucking morons. The 'vietnam war / iraq war' lady says some of the dumbest shit I've ever heard a seemingly lucid, successful grown human say
(es) wrote: Are all cops related? Are half of them corrupt? Does the corrupt half always get the good half in trouble? Do they all drink like sailors and are either divorced or overly family oriented? I love stereotypes! 2008 Movies: 130
(ca) wrote: the chong prison story!all for selling water pipes! go figure! lol
(fr) wrote: good movie teaches a lesson
(kr) wrote: Mel Gibson is charming, but not enough to carry this by the numbers Rom-com.
(de) wrote: "Let the bid come to you, that's rule number one."- Michael FelgateMichael Felgate was an Englishman in New York. He is an art auctioneer who falls in love with schoolteacher Gina and bought a ring to prove his commitment. But Michael's pursuit of happiness is about to take a detour when Gina fends off his proposal of marriage and some bad communication lead to him being welcomed by a criminal family. An unintentional killing results in Michael pretending to be Mickey Blue Eyes out of Kansas City soon after the mob has chosen to launder money through his auction house.Directed by Kelly Makin, 'Mickey Blue Eyes' features great acting performances from the following cast:1.) Hugh Grant (Michael Felgate)2.) James Caan (Frank Vitale)3.) Jeanne Tripplehorn (Gina Vitale)4.) Burt Young (Vito Graziosi)5.) James Fox (Philip Cromwell)Before watching 'Mickey Blue Eyes' I was long familiar with the acting abilities of the British-born Hugh Grant and his notable romantic comedy credits ('Notting Hill' among of them). And if I could read that film title until actually watching it, I knew it doesn't refer to an animated mouse who goes by the name of Mickey but, rather, the nickname of when Michael goes under the protection of an Italian mob. It's an excellent romantic comedy with some seriousness to it, and I laughed at some sequences when I wasn't expecting it to be 'The Godfather' at first. Hugh's attempt on speaking his "fuggedaboudit" New Yorker speech also made me laugh even with the R's missing, so afteh wadching dis I dond wanna fugged aboud dad. In other words, I don't want to leave out 'Mickey Blue Eyes' out of my favorite romantic comedies list.
(us) wrote: Lynne Ramsay's cinema is a highly detailed, patiently meditative and psychologically portentous cinema. Ratcatcher, her first film, is one of the best debut films of all time because it is made with consummate skill: each shot is an in depth portrayal not only of the conditions of Glasgow in the 70s but also of the intricate mannerisms and phrases of children growing up in indifferent and unsanitary adult world.
(de) wrote: This imaginatively executed film starts off with a strong current of dark humour, turns increasingly disturbing and finally descends into shocking and terrifying territory. It is a fascinating real-life story made vivid with Peter Jackson's inventive storytelling and two arresting performances by first-time actresses Melanie Lynskey and Kate Winslet. I almost wish Jackson hadn't boarded the seemingly never-ending carousel of Middle-Earth films - the uniquely dark voice he displays here could have made so many fascinating contributions to cinema.
(it) wrote: Wesley Snipes is John Cutter in Passenger 57. Cutter is a security specialist for airlines, but is going through a rough patch in his life as his wife was recently killed in a robbery that he tried to stop. He blames himself and is unable to focus on his career, or dating life. When his friend Sly Delvecchio (Tom Sizemore) gets him a job with a major airline he cannot refuse. It is not long after that he is on board a plane, as Passenger No. 57, to Los Angeles to start his new position. At the same time a deranged criminal and terrorist Charles Rane (Bruce Payne) is also on the same plane to be on trial for previous terrorist activities. The movie sets itself up right from the beginning as they introduce the hero and the main villain and foreshadow their obvious encounter to be. It is not long before Rane has taken over the plane with a handful of associates. Cutter is the lone man in charge of balancing the safety of himself and all the passengers on board. Rane is ruthless and will kill anyone and demonstrates this on passengers and even his own men. The film does not bother to explain how or why his crew were able to get weapons on board to dispense of the FBI agents on board, but this is typical of many of these films during this time. None of Rane's henchmen are given much more than a name, and their unquestionable loyalty or motivates for helping Rane is never mentioned. There is a scene where the plane lands and Rane attempts to escape. This plan is foiled by Cutter and others, and more of Rane's henchmen are killed. Rane does not even seem to feel any remorse or regret for the loss of any of his men. Passenger 57 is an action movie that is definitive of its era. The action is solid, a few cheesy lines and jokes are spread in throughout, and the villains have a criminal look or size to them. A joke such as Cutter yelling out, "Always bet on black", in regards to roulette and his obvious winning over Rane, was likely a crowd pleasing line for its time. The film has some plot holes and unexplained motives of most of the characters. With the exception of Rane and Cutter there are no notable characters, and even these two are not given much development aside from a tumultuous past. Snipes is solid as a leading man, but is not able to demonstrate his full acrobatic abilities given the circumstances on the plane. The film sticks to the basic elements of an action movie, and asks the audience to not view it as anything more than that. Payne is a good solid villain and Elizabeth Hurly has one of her earliest roles. Despite the catchy film title, a solid cast, and some good action, Passenger 57 is a below average action film for its time. -10.22.2016
(es) wrote: A merry friggin Christmas ok comedy about the family going to the parents house in the father that doesn't get along with his own father. They go on a road trip together to get the present study the one father forgot. Robin Williams and Joel McHale are pretty good in this one.(2014) C+
(de) wrote: I loved everything until the very end of the film, where just like every other of its kind... it is the females fault. The woman is the only one that reaps the heart ache and the consequences... always to blame.
(kr) wrote: Historia simple y obvia pero con excelentes musicales
(us) wrote: A disgusting waste of celluloid.
(es) wrote: Kind of boring to begin with but Peter Fonda, Patricia Richardson, and Jessica Biel give good performances