2 Minutes Later
When lesbian detective Abigail Marks teams up with gay guy Michael Dalmar to solve the disappearance of his twin, Kyle Dalmar, a famed portrait photographer, their investigation leads them into the Kyle's risque world. With Michael posing as Kyle, the pair uncover assistants who have designs on their bosses, clients who have an interest in detectives, and killers who want them stopped.
- Stars:Michael Molina, Jessica Graham, Peter Stickles, Matt Cannon, Jennifer Layne Park, Mei-Yann Hwang, Joe Almanza, Grant Barker, Houston Bernard, Liz Douglas, Scott Spragg, Kim Blackman, Adam R. Deremer, Greg Ratz, Ben Sander,
- Director:Robert Gaston,
- Writer:Robert Gaston
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2 Minutes Later torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: cute movie with happy ending
(us) wrote: cute romantic movie, about people who need to learn to move on basically. chick flick.
(nl) wrote: very good version of Snow White, it will make you rethink the words "Fairy Tale"
(jp) wrote: Good sports movie and it was funny.
(ca) wrote: So bad it's good. It was way better seeing this with a group of people. The old Triumphs totally make it worth it.
(fr) wrote: My Favorite Wife is one of the lesser, lighter Cary Grant movies. In it, he plays a man whose wife is lost at sea. Seven years later, he goes to the judge to have her declared dead so that he may re-marry. No sooner does he re-marry when his first wife comes wandering back home. She had been living on a tropical island for the last seven years and had only been rescued recently by a passing freighter. Naturally, from this all sorts of chaos arises. Well, some minor chaos. This film is listed as a starring vehicle for Irene Dunne (the original wife), so it's little wonder the new wife (Gail Patrick) is barely in the picture at all. There's very little controversy or dilemma involved on the husband's part. He never considers the new wife, even for a little bit. There's a couple of cute gags, mostly involving the guy Dunne was stuck on the island with (Randolph Scott), but this film is way too slight to make anyone go out of their way to see it.
(mx) wrote: "Batman Returns" is just as good as it's predecessor.(Some actually consider it to be even better) Michael Keaton once again gives a solid performance as "The Caped Crusader" and in addition the new cast members: Danny DeVito and Michelle Pfeiffer also do a great job. The movie features a much darker tone than it's predecessor, that adds both strengths and weaknesses to the final product. Overall I think that like it's predecessor, "Batman Returns" isn't perfect but it's entertaining enough for me to say that it's great.8/10 - Great
(nl) wrote: Not terrible, not great...