There is just one week until Kate Mercer's 45th wedding anniversary and the planning for the party is going well. But then a letter arrives for her husband. The body of his first love has been discovered, frozen and preserved in the icy glaciers of the Swiss Alps. By the time the party is upon them, five days later, there may not be a marriage left to celebrate.
Kate Mercer and her husband Geoff were planning the party for their 40th anniversary before receiving an unexpected letter which contains potentially life changing news. The body of his first love has been discovered, frozen and preserved in the icy glaciers of the Swiss Alps. By the time the party is upon them, five days later, there may not be a marriage left to celebrate. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
45 Years torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: A great original idea! That main purger does a great job being really creepy.
(ru) wrote: Stick with it there are a few surprises on the way in this gruesome bloodfest.
(fr) wrote: Dredd is a brutal and stylish escape movie that takes too much inspiration from "the raid" tp be a classic but is different enough to be some of the most fun ive had in a cinema in a very long time.
(fr) wrote: The slowest of the series doesn't mean it's the worst. An emotion-filled installment finds a way to make searching for objects in the woods entertaining. Though being my least favorite of the series, it adds a bit more depth to our heroes before they enter their final chapter.
(ru) wrote: A fascinating film documenting the war crimes and human rights violations committed by the Japanese
(fr) wrote: I really did sit and watch all of this. It is made in the style of very early stargates. Crap props, unknown actors, terrible storyline but somehow engaging ;-)
(mx) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested
(nl) wrote: Love this movie... This how we use to do...When we onced our own....
(gb) wrote: Not a patch on the TV series, but fun nevertheless. The scene in which Mick Jagger plays village cricket is hilarious.
(au) wrote: rubbish. absolute rubbish. alot of cameos from people you'd expect to be funny.
(kr) wrote: Baek Woon-hak delivers Tube, which is Korea's answer to Under Siege 2: Dark Territory. This is not a remake. It is just similar in concept. Funny thing is the tag line for this film is: Under Siege. Underground.Anyway, the plot for this story is a decent one, but there is room for more. Most of the movie takes place on a subway train as well as it should and the 1 hour 50 minute film will not necessarily fly by. It will not take forever though. After a pretty good shootout in the beginning there is a bunch of character buildup for the hero, Jay, and the second hero, Kay. This buildup works wonders for the ending. There is also some good background for the head villain. The rest of the villains are forgettable. This is a shame since there are very few of them, so there is room for emphasis on these characters as well.There is a decent amount of action with some great suspense. The hero and the villain even bang heads more than once. The fire fights are nicely done and the brawls aren't too bad either.Seok-hun Kim pulls off a decent hero in Jay and he will remind many people of Chow Yun Fat. Don't believe me? Watch this and you will see. Bae Doo-na, of The Host fame, is a great supporting character. Sang-min Park is an OK villain and the rest of the supporting cast is more than mediocre.Tube isn't anything original, but that doesn't make it any less of a great thrill ride. This is for fans of Korean action thrillers.
(jp) wrote: Jackie Brown (Pam Grier) is a flight attendant for a small Mexican airline. To make ends meet, she smuggles money from Mexico into the United States for Ordell Robbie (Samuel L. Jackson), a black-market gun runner living in the Los Angeles metropolitan area area under the ATF's close watch, forcing him to use couriers. Ordell learns that another of his couriers, Beaumont Livingston, has been arrested. Assuming that Livingston will become an informant in order to avoid jail time, Ordell arranges for bail with bondsman Max Cherry (Robert Forster), then coaxes Livingston into a car trunk and murders him. Acting on information Beaumont had already shared, ATF agent Ray Nicolette (Michael Keaton) and LAPD detective Mark Dargus intercept Jackie as she returns to the United States with Ordell's cash and some cocaine that Brown was unaware was stashed in her bag. Initially refusing to cut a deal, she is sent to jail on possession of drugs with intent to distribute. Sensing that Jackie may also now be a threat to inform, Ordell goes back to Max to arrange her bail. Max picks up Jackie from the jail and begins to develop an attraction to her while driving her home. Ordell later arrives at Jackie's house intending to murder her to prevent her from informing on him. She surprises him by pulling a gun that she surreptitiously took from Max's glove compartment. Jackie negotiates a deal with Ordell to pretend to help the authorities while smuggling in $550,000 of Ordell's money, enough to allow him to retire. To carry out this plan, Ordell is counting on Melanie Ralston (Bridget Fonda), an unambitious, stoned surfer girl with whom he lives, and Louis Gara (Robert De Niro), a friend and former cellmate. Unaware of Jackie and Ordell's plan to smuggle in $550,000, Nicolette and Dargus devise a sting to catch Ordell during a transfer of $50,000. Unbeknownst to all, Jackie plans to double-cross everyone and keep $500,000 for herself. She recruits Max to assist with her plan and offers him a cut...When "Jackie Brown" came out in 1997 we got a more sombre, stylized and dialogue driven film with less action from Tarantino as he in this case adapted a script from an Elmore Leonard novel. The problem is that Tarantino needs highly dynamic and fast paced scripts like "Pulp Fiction" as he knows how to handle that sort of story. With "Jackie Brown" he tells a character-driven crime story in a linear matter and he ends up in this over drawn, boring and stale direction that drags everything down and the focus gets lost the deeper we get into the story. The dialogue is classic Tarantino (but by now we have seen Samuel L. Jackson deliver the same speech it seems some many times in Tarantino films it hurts), the sudden violence and the editing with flashbacks and rich excellent soundtrack is also classic Tarantino. But, this time he simply fails to deliver something that keeps you intrigued during the running time. Ok acting from Jackson, Forster, Keaton, Fonda and De Niro. But, its the talented and beautiful Pam Grier that steals the show. She's cool, tough, vulnerable and very attractive. An actress I feel is underrated and she really deserved that renewed place in the limelight with the role as Jackie Brown as she makes the most out of it. This is however not amongst Tarantinos best films in my opinion.
(kr) wrote: Set in the future, prisoners get stuck on an island and in gangs they fight each other. similar in a way to The Fortress but no way near as good
(us) wrote: Read the book first, big mistake. I liked the book a lot, but movie is not great. If you haven't read the book then the adaptation of the novel to film won't bother you and you might see it differently. Not Nicholas Sparks' best.
(kr) wrote: Rodriguez works with a bigger, but still modest budget ($3 million) to create a lively and iconic sequel/remake to "El mariachi." The movie remains fun and memorable after 20 years.
(us) wrote: such a great movie from the 70's about wayward girls running around being hoodlums! classic one-liners all over the place.