Ben is about to turn 30 and on his way to what everyone else tells him is a great life. He’s been with his girlfriend Amy for 6 years and is about to propose, and looks to be in line to take over her father’s practice. But a chance meeting with a mysterious and beautiful woman named Nadia changes everything, as Ben and Nadia begin to connect when they fall asleep, going on journeys through their memories together. As they begin to realize they’ve been meeting in their dreams since they were children, Ben must choose between the perfect life on paper, or the girl of his dreams.
- Stars:Sunitha, Skyler Caleb, Meg Cionni, Tim Daly, Jean Smart, Alison Haislip, Tara Erickson, Steve Moulton, Keith Coogan, Sam Daly, Wade Williams, Siri Baruc, John Ross Bowie, Sanford Holsapple, Randy McDowell, Adeline Allgood,
- Director:Ben Shelton,
- Writer:Skyler Caleb
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Waking torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Playing with a hyper original concept and devilishly interesting characters, Stake Land earns ever inch of its savage nastiness and charming mean streak. Sharp toothed in every sense of the word.
(nl) wrote: Amy Adams and Emily Blunt have serious funny bones.
(ru) wrote: It's an okay movie. It's quite funny in some parts, but it's also very weird and a little sad. And I've just got to say: that town is positively obsessed with sex...
(gb) wrote: One of the most underrated comedies of the last 20 years. John Cusack and Billy Bob Thornton are hilarious in this story of feuding air traffic controllers. A must see for fans of both actors as well as the supporting cast of Cate Blanchett and Angelina Jolie.
(fr) wrote: Based upon the books by Hugh Lofting, this is a family musical where the nightmarish production was even more entertaining than what went on in the film itself. It was an attempt by Fox to cash-in on the success of The Sound of Music (1965), this and the following year's Star! (1968) would nearly bankrupt Fox. It was badly reviewed then, and it's not improved now, it's overblown and dull, and sums up all that was wrong with Hollywood at the time. In the English seaside hamlet of Puddleby-on-the-Marsh, Doctor John Dolittle (Rex Harrison) specialises in helping animals with various ailments, and he's able to talk to them. The film follows his exploits like getting into trouble with the law, selling a rare two-headed Pushmi-pullyu to circus owner Albert Blossom (Richard Attenborough), then travelling with Emma Fairfax (Samantha Eggar), Matthew Mugg (Anthony Newley) and Tommy Stubbins (William Dix) to the legendary Sea-Star Island. It's overlong and it's too complex for kids to follow, and knowing what happened during production overshadowed it, Harrison's ferocious drinking, the animals misbehaving, and trouble filming in Castle Combe and St. Lucia with rebellious locals. The songs are OK, but hardly memorable. Thank god the likes of Easy Rider came along.
(br) wrote: Two men go on a fishing trip and everything that can go wrong does. Why? Because if nothing went wrong then it'd be a pointless trip. Okay, so it's still pointless.
(fr) wrote: So funny! Check out the clothes!
(es) wrote: A solid clips show strung together by some nicely-done host segments with Allen and Pleasence. The sheer number of films showcased is impressive.
(ru) wrote: Atmosphere can get you far, but not all the way.
(gb) wrote: Great film packed with an interesting story, and strong performances.
(de) wrote: A very entertaining romp through Nazi Germany with a downed squad of Allied bombers, as they make their escape to England. Errol Flynn was the star but despite a good performance, I gotta hand this one to his cohorts Arthur Kennedy and Ronald Reagan.
(br) wrote: I liked it 90s slasher fun!
(ag) wrote: It's everything you could ask for from a dark comedy. Farrell and Gleeson are a great odd couple.
(ca) wrote: Quite a clever take on the formula, but, considering the weaknesses, Piven and Cusack kinda save it.
(kr) wrote: I was surprised at first at how accurately the film portrayed the interactions of the priest and his superiors, despite having the constant distraction of seeing Slater as a priest - a bit miscast, to say the least. But while that be the case, I have to say that he rose to the occasion admirably. The characters were interesting, and most of them believable, but unfortunately, the plot began showing signs of strain early on. The cast did their best, but by the last third of the film, it was obvious that this ship was sinking quickly. The pat ending was no surprise, and I was left with the feeling that I had pretty much wasted another hour and a half of my life. Too bad. I really wanted to like this film.
(br) wrote: It's an entertaining and amusing Creature From the Black Lagoon-ish Corman flick, i'll admit that. Otherwise, it's complete trash.