A Coming-Out Party

A Coming-Out Party

A somewhat happy-go-lucky bunch of Brits in a German POW camp find their new acerbic fellow prisoner is a key officer who must be got out at all cost.

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A Coming-Out Party torrent reviews

Mike M (jp) wrote: The usual mumblecore motifs are much in evidence: there is a lot of T-shirt action, scenes set in bijou coffee shops, a fair bit of napping; there are lightbulb crises, and no-one seems able to complete a phone call successfully... My own personal jury remains locked in deliberation on mumblecore as a movement: the apparent lack of storytelling discipline, the ignorance of/wilful disregard for all the conventional cinematic wisdoms, can be infuriating, although here it mirrors the characters' own ignorance, the sense they, too, don't really know what they've got themselves into. The films' pep remains refreshing: Bujalski may even have arrived at a motto for the entire movement - as fuzzy-headed and keen-hearted as it is - with Lauren's mid-morning status update of "a little hungover, but still optimistic". "Beeswax" couldn't be further from the trend of 3D-enhanced big night outs the American cinema is working towards, but it offers something just as cherishable in its own limited, small-scale way: the reassuring, familiar pleasures of an evening spent among friends.

Inta K (it) wrote: if it woudnt be as bloody as it was in some places it could be elegant revenge movie!though easy to watch and keeps the thrill!

Becca A (kr) wrote: I love you. I'll wait for you. Come back. Come back to me.

Deadly V (es) wrote: Not that bad, but the ending is unconvincing.

Jennifer H (us) wrote: I watched this after watching a disturbing movie, so it was a bit of a downer, but it's good and I suppose it ends on a slight up note...

leah f (es) wrote: You know what I just realized? I've seen nearly every single one of these fuckin' Tom and Jerry movies. I know I've been bitter towards them, but these things are a large portion of my childhood Tom and Jerry experience. I, I, I love these movies! I love 'em! They may throw out all credibility Tom and Jerry ever had, and replace it with schlock, but goddammit, they are beautiful!

Michelle J (kr) wrote: Gripping and fantastically acted

Patrick B (kr) wrote: Classic Peck with an interesting message behind it.

Matthew C (es) wrote: Dana Andrews is a too tough cop with a chip on his shoulder in this pretty good noir. Things take a turn for the worse when Andrews gets a little too rough with a suspect, who ends up dead. The story twists and turns as our tough cop tries to cover up his dirty deeds while taking down a sleazy mobster. It gets even more complicated when the dead guy's gorgeous, estranged wife, played by Gene Tierney, shows up. Not really great, but a pretty good flick.

Panayiotis P (it) wrote: This film was an Attempt At something that it really wasn't. A lesson of philosophy. Shallow and rehashed in most cases but with a few bright spots here and there. All the actors delivered greatly, the movie soundtrack was great and the photography was rather good. But the film failed to convince me that it had that extra something to offer to me. I do not regret watching it as some people may find it to be a five star movie but for me it was mediocre at best.

Reno V (it) wrote: "MURDER IN PARADISE" - 'Evil Under the Sun' is a 1982 murder mystery based on the famous novel by Agatha Christie. After the big success of 'Death on the Nile', Peter Ustinov makes his second appearance as Hercule Poirot, the Belgian detective, and we get to see reappearing cast members Jane Birkin (wife of French singer Serge Gainsbourg) and Maggie Smith (Harry Potter saga). Another brilliant, but nowadays very old fashion 'Whodunit' with an ingenious plot set at a marvelous island and a unexpected revelation in the end. Can you solve this case?Trying to find how millionaire Horace Blatt ended up with a fake diamond, the famous Hercule Poirot (Ustinov) goes on investigation to an exclusive island resort. He is welcomed by Daphne Castle (Smith) who owns the hotel and gets introduced to the wealthy guests: glamorous and recently wed Hollywood actress Arlena Stuart Mashall along with her husband Kenneth and stepdaughter Linda, the quirky writer Rex Brewster and New York producers Odell and Myra Gardener. Seemly slight out of place are the handsome young Patrick Redfern and his mousy wife Christine (Birkin). When Arlena is found dead on the beach, Poirot examines her body and concludes that she has been strangled by one of the people on the Island. While everyone had a good motive to get rid of the awful woman, nobody seems to have had the occasion to do it...

Scott C (br) wrote: Interesting documentary about the end of the 1960s.

Gabriel F (de) wrote: The movie is a really good thriller movie.People who doesen't liked it are stupid and can't understand the thing behind this movie. ;)