A Cinderella Story
Sam Montgomery is a tomboyish, unpopular girl at school. She has been text messaging a somebody named Nomad for a few months and he asks her to meet him at the Halloween dance at 11:00 in the middle of the dance floor. The only problem is, she must get back to the diner, ran by her wicked Stepmom Fiona by 12 sharp because she is not supposed to be there. Before Nomad can found out who she is, she must leave with her best friend, Carter driving her back to the diner. After that night, everything in Sam's life goes wacko!
- Stars:Hilary Duff, Jennifer Coolidge, Chad Michael Murray, Dan Byrd, Regina King, Julie Gonzalo, Lin Shaye, Madeline Zima, Andrea Avery, Mary Pat Gleason, Paul Rodriguez, Whip Hubley, Kevin Kilner, Erica Hubbard, Simon Helberg,
- Country:USA, Canada
- Director:Mark Rosman,
- Writer:Leigh Dunlap
Routinely exploited by her wicked stepmother, the downtrodden Sam Montgomery is excited about the prospect of meeting her Internet beau at the school's Halloween dance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Cinderella Story torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: impressive performance by Sylvia Chang.
(it) wrote: Not sure if I want to see it or not. I'd have to be bored I think, but I can relate to being frozen all the time.
(ru) wrote: Incredibly funny British black comedy with some knockout performances. Beware of the US remake though.
(br) wrote: A train wreck with a budget smaller than what's left of my student bank account. I lasted all of fifteen minutes.
(ru) wrote: Hey! Its Elvis!! lol
(au) wrote: This is Kurosawa's first film after his attempted suicide. A project that he had on the back burner for decades, he finally got to make it as a Russian/Japanese co-production. The results are mixed in my opinion, but it gave Kurosawa a much needed boost that allowed him to go on to make a final few masterpieces in the twilight of his career.There isn't much of a plot. Really only vignettes of this man born and raised in the wilderness guiding Russian surveyors in the wilderness and how his view of life differs from his companions. For 2.5 hours, a philosophical back and forth isn't all that compelling (had to finish this in two sittings). The tragic end of the story picks up a lot more though and gives a suitably reverent and appropriate closing to the story.Although this was filmed in 70mm and Kurosawa's second color picture, the transfer on the DVD is terrible and doesn't do the sweeping landscapes and forests any justice. This needs a blu-ray transfer badly, but I doubt it will get one even though Kurosawa won an Oscar for it.It's not a feature that gets mentioned very often in Kurosawa's oeuvre and honestly...I can see why. Not that it's bad, just nowhere near as compelling as his other films. Probably only recommended to Kurosawa completists.
(es) wrote: One of the strangest movies I've seen in a while, and another sad commentary on our society - this time by Canadian filmmakers. Celebrities have become such a huge part of society that in order to feel closer to them, average people pay to be injected by viruses that the celebs had or may still have. Of course, it becomes big business, has a black market and company espionage. Caleb Landry Jones reminds me of Cillian Murphy in that his looks freak me out more than anything else.
(es) wrote: It's a fun good time, but I wish that Bay should have stuck with one tone, since he thought he could try to have a couple different kinds of things working against each other. Liv Tyler was pretty pointless, since all she ever does but stand around with that stupid look on her face!
(de) wrote: Conquest Of The Planet Of The Apes is a good one, and also significantly darker. The title says it all, really. The apes are enslaved as servants in the future, and they've had enough. Its up to one specially talented ape Caesar, son of deceased Cornelius and Zira, to lead apes to their freedom, CONQUEST!!!! The film has a future dystopian setting, and the build up to the rebellion is neat, but Caesar's rebellion never really comes into as much effect as it should because the limitations of the films locations makes it seem like they've taken over only a small portion of a larger city, and not a larger territory. It's a nitpick, but still relevant. Still, you can sense the brutality and force of the apes in their uprise, and it makes for an entertaining climax and end, where Caesar makes an extraordinary speech. By the way, there's a apparently a theatrical cut and unrated cut that both take different directions for the endings. I watched the theatrical, and though it was altered from what it was supposed to be, I read what the unrated one does and prefer the altered version. Caesar should be a leader with moral, not replicating entirely what the humans have done onto them with more brutality, but it's up to the viewer to decide which ending is best. Either way, it's a solid entry that's entertaining.