UNREQUITED is a psychological thriller and tells the story of Ben Jacobs, a troubled young man who, on his 18th birthday, has to leave the group home for "troubled teens" where he has been living for the past several months and move back in with his alcoholic mother. Upon his return, Ben soon discovers that his girlfriend, Jessica Morgan, has moved on with her life and is now dating an older college guy. Desperate for love and unable to cope with losing Jessica, Ben's troubled past catches up with him as he kidnaps her in an attempt to regain her affection. Spiraling out of control and on a very dangerous path, Ben must ultimately decide whether to let her go, or hold on to the one person he loves, even if it means destroying them both in the process.

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Unrequited torrent reviews

Fredrick R (gb) wrote: Just say i had an extremely morbid curiosityit gets half a star for muscle twink eyecandy and thats about it. Except for maybe Jeffrey, why are American gay (comedy) movies so bad.

Cameron G (ru) wrote: One of my absolute favourite films of all-time. A beautifully-shot and delightful romantic comedy brought to life by the charming performance of Audrey Tautou.

Larissa N (jp) wrote: a beautiful tale of love and heartache, made me start to cry a lil a cpl times tho.

Jonathan L (br) wrote: That's it! I've had it! I've had it! I'm a dead man.

Mau R (ag) wrote: From classic art to great modern art and an example of an integral secular, yet religiously respectful, classic.

Will D (fr) wrote: 70's sci-fi classic is still great today.

Scott C (ru) wrote: Beautiful-looking and well acted, with a few interesting scenes, but I found the whole thing a bit too weird and tedious. This film is from 1971, not 2012 as listed - Flixster needs editors.

Robert B (ru) wrote: Dark Feed (Michael and Shawn Rasmussen, 2013)I'm not entirely sure what possessed me to give Dark Feed a go. I mean, it was kind of doomed from the start. But still, I figured there might still be a touch of meat left on those old bones. And I still believe that, somewhere, there might be. It is not to be found here, however.Premise: a film crew rents an abandoned, and supposedly haunted, asylum for a bit. They move in, set up shop, and start filming a low-budget horror movie. But soon enough they discover that either they've got a psycho in their midst or the place really is haunted.Sound familiar? It should if you've watched a few horror movies. This is a run-of-the-mill haunted house flick with the requisite bevy of attractive women and brainless men. There's one character who points to the Rasmussen brothers intending this as a satire of the movie industry (or perhaps just the big studio system), but if so, that message kind of got lost in the mix; it's certainly not done here as well as it is in, say, Golia's Killer Shrimps. I ended up feeling like if they'd puched the envelope anywhere at all in this movie, done one thing different than everyone else making low-budget DTV horror, I might have found something more to enjoy in it. Sadly, that was not the case. * 1/2

Francisco L (de) wrote: This movie can be a little predictable, but its great cast and the original story are enough to forget that. Final Destination tries to transmit the message that all of we have a destiny and that we can't escape to it, but this attempt to transmit the message is destroyed by its weak screenplay, because all of we know that the water won't follow a specific path on the floor escaping to the laws of physic. Interesting.

JoJo E (ca) wrote: Peculiar and interesting, but overall rather boring. Could have been a lot more engaging had it decided to either be a great kids movie or a suspenseful horror, but since it seemed to desire being somewhere right in the middle, it failed at being engaging or even more than a little interesting.

Ben R (jp) wrote: While not quite good enough of a movie to be considered a sci fi classic. It's a good movie with a really cool idea. While it's a little shame that the film didn't do the best job at displaying the idea it is much better than the sequel.