A Home at the End of the World
Three friends form a bond over the year, Johnathan is gay, Clare is straight and Bobby is neither, instead he loves the people he loves. As their lives go on there is tension and tears which culminate in a strong yet fragile friendship between the three.
- Stars:Andrew Chalmers, Ryan Donowho, Asia Vieira, Quancetia Hamilton, Jeff J.J. Authors, Lisa Merchant, Ron Lea, Erik Smith, Harris Allan, Matt Frewer, Sissy Spacek, Colin Farrell, Dallas Roberts, Robin Wright, Shawn Roberts,
- Country:USA, Canada
- Director:Michael Mayer,
- Writer:Michael Cunningham (novel), Michael Cunningham (screenplay)
From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "The Hours" comes a story that chronicles a dozen years in the lives of two best friends who couldn't be more different. From suburban Cleveland in... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Home at the End of the World torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Just as creepy as The Conjuring, with a slight bit of a Child's Play feel(minus the humor). Decent horror, much better than a lot of the crap that's out these days :cough cough Insidious, Sinister cough cough:
(us) wrote: Boring, violent crap. Who enjoys this s?+t? Not me, I like an actual story, not just non stop mindless fighting.
(kr) wrote: Awesome movie. Great humor as a devastating real story is told.
(kr) wrote: Been there, done that story with a ridiculous premise, stiff acting, and a dull ride for horror fans. Plus it stars Haylie Duff! Skip it.
(jp) wrote: Aunque logra ser divertida, "Brother Bear 2" no logra mejorar la decadente trama de su predecesora con su humor ms infantil y sus nuevos personajes ms insulsos.
(it) wrote: been waiting for too long to see this ... hope its out soon !!
(it) wrote: Es una pelcula muy buena, me encanta
(fr) wrote: the womens side of the mafia is very interesting
(ru) wrote: Written and directed by Ron Shelton, who has always specialised in making sports related films, including Bull Durham (1988), White Men Can't Jump (1992) Cobb (1994) and Play It to the Bone (1999). Here, he weaves a sweet and likable romantic comedy, based around the sport of golf. It was ever so partially inspired by the career of Gary McCord, who worked on the film too as a technical adviser. Roy McAvoy (Kevin Costner) was once a promising golf prodigy who earned the nickname Tin Cup, but his career never went anywhere and now he's running a run-down driving range in West Texas along with his friend Romeo Posar (Cheech Marin). When Psychologist Dr. Molly Griswold (Rene Russo) comes asking for a lesson, McAvoy asks why, and it turns out Griswold is in a relationship with professional golfer David Simms (Don Johnson), whom McAvoy knew years before. In return, Simms asks McAvoy to caddy for him at a benefit tournament. It begins McAvoy's comeback to the U.S. Open that he'd turned his back on years before. It's a very sweet romantic comedy, and it's an underdog film as well, it ticks all the cliches that many movies like this have to meet, but it manages to look good on screen, with a sun-snogged hue to the scenes. Plus, Costner trained with McCord, and did many of the golf shots on screen himself, which are great.
(it) wrote: Keith David is a national treasure.
(es) wrote: Better storyline than the second film. The bad guy was a bit too corny though. As in the first film they tried too hard to make him "bad". It can be much more effective to make the "bad guys" more subtly so. In my opinion anyway. The storyline basically ignores the second film and this again confuses the Highlander History. The film is worth watching but it is a shame that they felt the need to make sequels.
(ag) wrote: Seagal spends the whole movie bursting into houses/bars/rooms saying, "ey, where's Richie!? Where's Richie!?" It just goes on and on. Finally he finds Richie and justice is served.
(mx) wrote: For Your Eyes Only is the second best Roger Moore, and it as realistic as Bond got until Licence to Kill.
(au) wrote: Clash of the Titans is a fantastic spectacle of greek mythology and special effects. This should be a classic, especially in the fantasy genre. Its a shame people find it dated. I thought it was amazing, with all that work they did for 2 years after the movie's completion. Ray Harryhausen really did a great job, with so many cool creature designs. I find this one a tad better than Jason and the Argonauts, in terms of special effects. The pacing is a bit off for the first half, with not much being done. The second half delivers, and you must marvel at that wonderful cast.
(mx) wrote: close to my TOP TEN FLICKS! Arkin & Caan, perfect match! I love the chase seen, ending up in the bedroom apartment scene! and how about the cup of coffee thought ;o)
(ag) wrote: Very Good Movie, kept me laughing.
(mx) wrote: We love Maya the Bee. My 3 year old is obsessed with her and willy.
(de) wrote: One of my absolute favourite movies of all time. So simple but so powerful and moving.