Winning London

Winning London

When Chloe and Riley Lawrence are invited to London to participate in the international Model U.N. competition, they enjoy seeing the sights and head over heals romance with cute british boys of course.

When Chloe and Riley Lawrence are invited to London, where they will represent China in a true test of their keen negotiation skills. There, they enjoy seeing the sights and find romance with cute British boys. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

LinksNameQualitySeedersLeechers

Winning London torrent reviews

Nathan M (jp) wrote: This movie really captures what it is like to be this age. There are tons of rock bio-pics and tons of movies about teenage coming of age, but there don't seem to be enough movies about middle school students learning what it means to be a teenager. In the same vein as Stand by Me, We Are The Best really examines what it means to be a group of friends in middle school and find your place among others who are the same. We are the Best really focuses on the outcast in society, in a way that transcends culture and language. The three young actresses are so fantastic that it elevates the film above other coming of age films. This movie is definitely worth watching.

Connor W (fr) wrote: Honestly one of my favorite comedies and iv'e watched 100's. I dont even know where to start with this movie, the casting is perfect, the idea is brilliant yet so simple and has never been done this way before. Also i want to add that the synergy between Paul Rudd and Jason Segel was so on point. ( must watch )

Wes S (ag) wrote: While it doesn't do full justice to the Turok legacy, it's still a decent enough film that captures the overall feeling. While there's more blood then there should be, and a fairly cliche plot, there's plenty of action and emotion. The dinosaur scenes are great, while they're not exactly the main focus of the story. Overall, it's better than what I was expecting, though not as good as it could be. Truth be told, Turok is tough to turn into a film.

Petros T (es) wrote: Tony Gilroy excels in both the exquisite direction and the sharp writing. "Michael Clayton" is atmospheric, taut, magnificently scored and features an excellent performance from Tom Wilkinson. The plot tends to be a little all over the place at times but everything comes together for a suitably understated yet emotionally powerful finale.

Richard B (gb) wrote: Poster: white background, posed photo, title in primary colour.

Spencer B (nl) wrote: A great finally to an amazing show.

Laura F (ca) wrote: Quirky and entertaining...think Thelma and Louise meets Raising Arizona. Not to be missed if you are a Misha Collins fan!

Stephanie F (kr) wrote: Essentially true (and Tilda Swinton is heartbreakingly beautiful)

Nicholas E (mx) wrote: TV MOVIE. Part 1 pretty good - Part 2 falls apart. Great production values. NBC12/7/8/1986

Jake S (ag) wrote: not bad but very random and weird.. at times you just turn your head and say whaaa for some parts but seeing wallace shawn this quiet in film is pretty weird itself

Kevin S (it) wrote: Roger Moore proved he could play a good bond too with his first time to play the character.

Richard D (nl) wrote: Rancher Rory Calhoun (standing and walking as he's known to do) has an infestation of rabbits. He turns to DeForest Kelley who recruits scientist team Stuart Whitman and Janet Leigh to help control the rabbits without killing everything else on his land. Through a series of mishaps, they create a strain of giant, ferocious rabbits that rampage across the American Southwest killing people left and right. So, this is not a good movie. The dialogue is terrible. The plot is ridiculously convoluted. The old pros do a decent job, but most of the supporting cast are awful. All this might be forgivable if not for the simple fact that nobody is afraid of rabbits. The film uses real, normal rabbits and tries a bunch of effects and visual tricks to make you believe they are giant, killer beasts. They are bunnies.

Timothy M (au) wrote: Good flick, not really noir in the most purest sense, although the visuals and a few of the characters might lead you to believe otherwise. Van Heflin and Robert Ryan are very good - in fact, I was more shocked by the revelation that Ryan's character wasn't a nutter after all than anything else in the film. Strong direction from Zinnemann and effective pacing, too. But by God, Mary Astor was starting to look [i]old[/i]...

Greg W (gb) wrote: a lil bit of revisionist history in another butch cassidy western