24 Hour Love
The greatest feeling in the world is when you learn to love! Follow the stories of seven everyday people as they experience laughter, life and matters of the heart. The all-star cast (Malinda Williams, Tatyana Ali, Keith Robinson, Lynn Whitfield and Darius McCrary) will take you through the good, the bad and the ugly of the many faces of love. Fall head over heels for this fresh, honest look at relationships and see what a difference a day makes.
- Stars:Tatyana Ali, Todd Anthony, Duane Avery, Chico Benymon, Angell Conwell, Will Dalton, Kenyon Glover, Courtney D. Harris, Kerisse Hutchinson, Tammi Mac, Eva Marcille, Darius McCrary, Cisco Reyes, Allen Robinson, Keith Robinson,
- Director:Fred Thomas Jr.,
- Writer:Donald Welch
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24 Hour Love torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Good flick. Definitely different.
(kr) wrote: It was a funny movie that had Tim Allan in it and about when you get it of jail it's hard livening a normal life
(ag) wrote: I was hopping for better
(us) wrote: A riveting animated film that exceeds expectations, and handles both comedy and drama effectively.
(es) wrote: Alfred Hitchcock wowed audiences for decades with an immense talent of deception and artistic flare, and perhaps no movie was a better showcase for those talents than his 1958 hit Vertigo. An impressive tale about obsession.In honor of Alfred Hitchcock's birthday, I decided to re-watch Vertigo and reevaluate just how well it holds up upon repeated viewings. There's nothing quite like the shock of watching it for the first time, but I had a chance to dig my teeth into the legendary performances of James Stewart and Kim Novak while being dazzled by Hitchcock's meticulously crafted story.One of the most impressive aspects about Vertigo is that it's clearly framed as a story about someone with Vertigo dealing with a peculiar case, but really, it's about obsession, and a man digging just a little bit too deep into a case. A theme that Christopher Nolan seemed to take into his film, Memento, in 2000. Vastly different stories, but similar execution from the director's chair.An easy way to identify a film's tone is through the score, and Hitchcock always seemed to get the best out of the legend, Bernard Herrmann. His score here is both haunting and alluring. I love the way he balanced the score with the uncomfortable feeling we get as an audience watching Stewart's character obsess, along with the noir-ish love story that forms as well.Amidst Hitchcock's mind boggling story are a few darn good performances by Stewart and Novak. Stewart, typically known strictly in likable protagonist roles, finds himself in a more complex and even unlikable alley. There's certainly times where the lines between protagonist and antagonist are blurred, but Stewart does a great job at rounding out his character. Novak, on the otherhand, plays a more mysterious role but nonetheless just as significant. Aside from the characters in Psycho, Novak may have had the most difficult time portraying just who Hitchcock desired for this role. If there was ever a Hitchcock blonde who deserved a Best Actress Oscar, I think it was Novak.Overall, Vertigo holds up just as well as the first time I watched it, and perhaps even better in some aspects. There's a reason this film is at the top of so many greatest films of all time lists.+Hitchcock's colorful direction+Stewart and Novak were at the top of their game+Herrmann's score+Themes still hold up10/10
(ag) wrote: Finally watched the movie - Amazing how much can the Animated Robots Act and that too without Dialogues!