A Bigger Splash

A Bigger Splash

An American couple, Paul and Marianne, spend their vacation in Italy and experiences trouble when the wife invites a former lover and his teenage daughter to visit, which leads to jealousy and dangerous sexual scenarios.

The vacation of a famous rock star (Tilda Swinton) and a filmmaker (Matthias Schoenaerts) on a Sicilian island is disrupted by the unexpected visit of an old flame (Ralph Fiennes) and his seductive daughter (Dakota Johnson). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Bigger Splash torrent reviews

Farah R (fr) wrote: Shut In may not be thrilling, but it sure has one heck of a plot-twist. This movie is far from perfect as it wastes its runtime on unnecessary sequences rather than showing the protagonist's descend into madness clearly and actually building up suspense. The performances were decent but wasted in the terrible writing and script which have the potential to be far better.

William H (fr) wrote: ~~? 3/4~"' 1/2?< 3/4'??" 3/4? 1/2?

Gary K (ag) wrote: Dont usually go for films about teens looking for sex but this felt more mature and Bill Macy always brings a real class to any project. Check this one out.

John (de) wrote: A story about the little guy who can!

Joe C (de) wrote: I think there are some pretty cool moments that happen throughout the this film. However, the over abundance of CGI (heavily dated now I might add), and poor efforts at comic relief make this star wars movie cringe worthy to watch in its entirety. When I start the star wars saga, it usually has this movie removed. One day I plan to make my own edit of this movie into about 30 minutes of the material I enjoy.

Murf I (de) wrote: For some reason I really like this chick flix. Its slow and one of those "thinker" flix, but Matthew Broderick is very heartfelt and good in this.

Henry W (mx) wrote: Thrilling, unsettling and disturbing yet strangely impactful.

Matt L (mx) wrote: Saw it in the theater. Thought I'd watch it again....15 years later. Men. Still underwhelmed.

Tim S (br) wrote: An enjoyable film by Peter Weir.