Every choice has a consequence. But what if the flip of a coin could trigger two separate but parallel destinies? Bobby (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and Kate (Lynn Collins) are a young New York couple at a crossroads whose lives are about to take very different directions. A seemingly ordinary July 4th is cleaved in two by the flip of a coin. One path leads them to gentle discoveries about family, loss and each other on a visit to Brooklyn, and the other plunges them into an urban nightmare of pursuit, suspense and murder in Manhattan.

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Uncertainty torrent reviews

WS W (it) wrote: Looking deja vu familiar, although with so many explicit sex scenes.

Wade H (fr) wrote: Harrelson is funnier then ever in this dark wannabe superhero movie. I found it very enjoyable.

Michael V (nl) wrote: While Luke Wilson has never really got my attention he has done a movie now and again that does. This being one of them. Middle Men is not your typical Luke Wilson comedy. It's much rather Guy Ritchie meets Martin Scorsese. That's not a bad thing by any means. What Middle Men will do is keep you entertained and engaged from beginning to end. The cast is pretty impressive with James Caan and Kevin Pollack also lending their talents. Most of the actors in this are here for a scene or two but they all work and blend into the story nicely. Everyone played their part well especially Giovanni Ribisi's performance as the coked up Wayne Beering. His mannerism's and habit's were entertaining. It's an intelligent film full of dark humor about pornography and crime rings. My only gripes with Middle Men would be the pacing of the story, I felt if they had a longer runtime it would have flowed through effortlessly. They are minor issues though, they balanced the comedy well with the crime elements of the plot. It should be said that Middle Men is very underrated.

Its Britney A (br) wrote: WTF!!!!!!! lolz....umm no thank you....

Soni K (ca) wrote: This movie turned out to be an unexpected surprise. Decent storyline, with the use of the Loup garou mythology woven nicley into the plot. The shifting from human into wolf was by far one of the most realistic and beautiful I've seen to date.

Ian M (br) wrote: I actually liked it which surprised me, or it could be that I just like Dennis Quaid and merc movies so much. . . either way I enjoyed it.

Alec B (us) wrote: This could easily have become a repetitive series of depressing events (which it almost does), but Polanski finds interesting themes among the misery and visual beauty in almost every scene (I think this film is tied with "Days of Heaven" for best use of the Golden Hour). Nastassja Kinski's performance has just the right blend of naivety and mystery for this role.

Daniel K (au) wrote: 3.5: It's pretty funny that advertising executives were already being made fun of in 1957 for how much alcohol they consumed on the job. This picture is certainly more interesting due to the fact that I'm an avid Mad Men viewer, although it does look more Hollywood than Mad Men, which is kind of the point as it's focus is on both Madison Avenue and Hollywood. It's more than a little tongue in cheek and definitely has that 1950's Hollywood feel. One could easily make an argument for the decade being Hollywood's highpoint, although this wouldn't quite be confused with the best from the decade (like Vertigo, North by Northwest, In a Lonely Place, Sunset Boulevard, Strangers on a Train, Sweet Smell of Success, Rio Bravo, The Searchers, Anatomy of a Murder, Some Like it Hot, The Apartment, Giant, 12 Angry Men, The Man Who Knew Too Much, Rebel Without a Cause, To Catch a Thief, Marty, The Night of the Hunter, Kiss Me Deadly, Sabrina, On the Waterfront, rear Window, Shane, Roman Holiday, The Naked Spur, The Big Heat, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, From Here to Eternity, Singin in the Rain, Limelight, etc). It does help define it though, just as light and fluffy films like Pillow Talk do, but this one has much more substance and style. Jayne Mansfield is quite eye catching and the plot and tone here have that indefinable carefree and confident quality that helped define one big aspect of 50's Hollywood. There's an air of commerciality, artificiality, and glitz that makes it work. Mansfield does a great Monroe/Hayworth/Harlow send up. Rita Marlowe indeed. Mansfield really is an awful actress though, unless she's actually a great one, but I sincerely doubt it. The whole fifteen minutes of fame bit, which the film rather focuses on, must be fairly strange. The television break is classic as well. Pure genius. The executive washroom bit is pretty good too. In actually wonder if david Lynch has seen this. Kyle MacLachan and Tony Randall could probably swap without much of a hitch.

Scott G (br) wrote: I have to admit that I don't totally understand the Marx Brothers yet. It took me two tries to enjoy "A Night at The Opera." Maybe I'll like this one better on the second go too.

Jack P (ca) wrote: Will Ferrell voicing a big blue alien who causes havoc, sold. Megamind is a family cgi film spoofing the superhero genre with a twist, the main character is the villain. A funny film with Ferrell once again providing hilarity. With many references to superheroes and films, megamind is full of pop culture references to keep the adults amused as well as the kids. A great film from dreamworks.

Raji K (gb) wrote: Out of the Furnace portrays the dark underbelly of America that America does not want you to know exists. It shows the small rural towns that do not have much of a pulse aside from the one mill or factory that employs the town, and how those that live in these places occupy themselves. Affleck was great as the afflicted veteran who feels he has nothing to live for, and Harrelson was fantastic as the ruthless underground boxing/drug promoter. Bale was great as the man who does his best to be a honest man, but you believe him when he feels he has to take the law into his own hands. Out of the Furnace has gritty moments and is fueled by great performances.

Brandon W (au) wrote: Paul Feig's The Heat is a great movie that's not quite as highly positive as Bridesmaids. Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy are really great and hilarious together that I really did not expect to see them in a movie. The script is good and has a lot of good jokes to keep the viewers entertained and laughing a lot. The plot is a bit predictable and has been done before in many buddy cop films. The chemistry between the two main characters is really great and they give it a spark to the film. When it comes to the reveal of the main villain, some people would be shocked, and some people would not be surprised by it because that's the type of character that some people might find obvious. The development of the villain is a bit vague that really makes the character unmemorable and made me rather see more of the hilarious interplay between Sandra and Melissa. In the end, The Heat is an enjoyable time that shows that Melissa McCarthy can still be funny given with the right script and that it doesn't make fun of her weight.

Galvy F (ru) wrote: When we see that living in such humble peaceful places we take for granted when deeper parts we don't see can grow an evil that can take everything we see beautiful around us from us unless we put a stop to it. When we see when others don't see, whom changed our life forever, friends that we met and shared this journey with, souvenirs that we keep hidden when it's a reminder of its evil powers that consume us, and memories that we sit, reflect gaze upon in what we accomplished and sought out that saved the world. When we don't know whom we would see, or what adventures awaits us when it comes knocking on our door, but to sit and wait for there is nothing more better then sharing a journey with someone rather then do it alone. ***************************************************************************The true meaning of Story, is what comes out of it from start to end. How bravery and Courage is not always clearly the Dominant Confident Powered Beings we hear from the famous of tales, but what tales we learn and share that don't make the famous Stories. The stories of failure, errors, the darkness that results in our blind wrongs. When such stories are shared, we grow in our confidence for the one's who will carry on the heaviest of burdens later. It's not the largest ripple we create or do that matters, but the all the ripples of life's of mistakes we learn, carry forward, and build a new world with this knowledge.