A Lover's Revenge
In Philadelphia, the psychologist Dr. Liz Manners is the host of the WLOR Talk Radio Show giving advices about relationships to her audience. When she suggests to her listener Sara Jane to leave her abusive and obsessive husband Kyle Lundstrom, Sara runs away home chased by Kyle and is hit by a car, immediately dying. The psychopath Kyle decides to use his money to destroy Dr. Manners' life, and assuming the fake identity of the investor James, he meets her husband Rob and poisons her marriage
- Stars:Alexandra Paul, William R. Moses, Gary Hudson, Sonya Salomaa, Sophie Gendron, Cary Lawrence, Millie Tresierra, Gabrielle Carteris, Mark Camacho, Peter Michael Dillon, Luigi Saracino, Dean Hagopian, Barry Blake, Thelma Farmer, Sally Clelford,
- Director:Douglas Jackson,
- Writer:Nelson Williams (story), Christine Conradt (screenplay), Nelson Williams (screenplay)
A radio psychologist gives some advice to a distraught woman desperate to escape from an abusive partner. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Lover's Revenge torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: I like history movies. Best way to watch foreign films is to watch them in their own language. Don't be ileterate. You can read. ;). This movie won't be for everyone but Jackie plays good drama.
(gb) wrote: If you have anything that wasn't finished at high school, you can do it sometime, just step in and stay cool with the consequences!
(jp) wrote: This movie is brilliant it take a noir detective story and twists in a way that on its head would seem lame but it pulled off in such a way that makes perfect sense. The polt line could easily be a big budget summer popcorn movie with lots of gunplay, but it all comes across more real as the drama that plays out in the smaller setting of characters that think they run the world.
(us) wrote: Outstanding movie. Rent it and you won't be disappointed
(br) wrote: Queen Latifah and steve martin are hilarious! ! This movie is awesome..
(ca) wrote: Samantha Morton is operating at her best which means she's dwarfing the rest of the world here. Writer/Director Lynne Ramsay leaves the camera on her and Morton leaves you utterly fascinated and pondering about her after the credits roll. Its not a grand role, its quiet, nuanced filled character study. The character is an enigma but i wish it would've hinted at a few more areas of Morvern's world to help burn this character in my mind. Outstanding soundtrack, i rewound it twice to hear Velvet Morning.
(br) wrote: This was interesting for a short lived band from the 1960's. Unfortunately, it doesn't hold up because the title song is being played over and over and over again! I wanted it to stop, which is not a good sign. I do admire Tom Hanks for trying with this directorial debut, even though it was kinda pointless for him to be in the movie himself. The quality was decent!
(mx) wrote: Although this doesn't take itself too seriously, the effects are good and it's an interesting take on a done to death subject, this doesn't really allow itself to be more than a series of tied together shorts. Its premise is that a few friends are invited around a Waxwork Museum before it's open to the public but are the scenes a little more realistic than they should be? It's a shame it doesn't truly work as the overall idea is pretty good and there are a few nice gory scenes but they are few and far between.
(ru) wrote: Torture Garden (1967) -- [5.5] -- Burgess Meredith stars as Dr. Diabolo, a sideshow barker who gives daring patrons a glimpse at their untimely demises in this horror anthology flick from Britain's Amicus Productions (ever the poor man's Hammer Studios). The four featured tales include a mind-controlling cat, a secret society of androids, a killer piano, and dueling collectors of all things Edgar Allan Poe. I expected more from venerable British cinematographer-turned-director Freddie Francis and writer Robert Bloch (Psycho). Each of the stories is pedestrian and the characterizations paper-thin. The film skates by on the personalities (and reputations) of its featured cast. Meredith puts in a charismatic performance in the wraparound story, while Peter Cushing and Jack Palance headline the final story as the two Poe collectors.
(br) wrote: Cross Shooter with Hard Boiled and put a big, sweaty handsome black guy in the lead role and you have this movie. Sprinkle in some ghosts, mystic elephants and Kevin Bacon doing a cor blimey guvnor English accent and a scene where he is tortured in his underpants and you equal awesome.
(it) wrote: Not good movie to watch
(ru) wrote: It's so hilarious! I don't get why people don't like it.It is very, very cute.
(kr) wrote: "With third-rate animation, stale gags and way too much dancing and twerking, "Norm of the North" is distasteful family entertainment"DVD Movie Review: Norm of the NorthDate Viewed: April 19 2016Directed By Trevor WallScreenplay By Malcolm T. Goldman, Steven M. Altiere and Daniel R. AltiereFeaturing the voices of Rob Schneider, Heather Graham, Ken Jeong, Colm Meaney,Loretta Devine, Gabriel Iglesias, Michael McElhatton, Maya Kay, Salome Jens, Charlie Adler, Jess Harnell, Keith Ferguson and Bill Nighy.This is a consumer's warning for parents everywhere. "Norm of the North" is a cheaply made animated feature about a twerking polar bear who's trying to save his home from an evil real estate developer. It was originally supposed to go to direct-to-video but Lionsgate decided to release it in the dumping ground month of January. "Norm of the North" borrows compartments from every other animated blockbuster from the past fifteen years, "Happy Feet", "Ice Age", "Madagascar", "Minions", "Ratatouille", "Cars", "Kung Fu Panda" and "Shrek". This movie is definitely in cold temperatures alright, it's another contender to put on my worst of the year list.Family films have changed dramatically over the past few years, if you look at "The LEGO Movie" or "Zootopia" for example, both of those movies were smart and challenging entertainment for your kids, "Norm of the North" is just perfect January garbage. It tells the story of a talking polar bear named Norm (voiced by Rob Schneider), he is very bad at hunting and he's seen as a loser by his community. Soon, he sees a luxury house in the arctic owned by wealthy industrialist, Mr. Greene (voiced by Ken Jeong). He plans to build more luxury houses in the arctic which will mean wiping away Norm's home.Norm isn't going to let that happen so he and along with three lemmings (who are nothing more than pale imitations of the Minions) sneak on board a cargo ship and head for New York City. When a polar bear reaches the city that never sleeps, you would think people will be afraid of Norm but no they think he's a man in a polar bear suit. I know this is a cartoon but how can anyone in New York be fooled by this? Later, when people are starting to audition for the role of being Mr. Greene's polar bear mascot, Norm easily wins the role because he roars like a bear, exactly! How can anybody not know that Norm is a real polar bear?Norm later becomes a dancing sensation which leads him to become a superstar mascot. Not only does Norm have to stop Mr. Greene from destroying his home, he also has to save his grandfather (voiced by Colm Meaney) from captivity. Helmed by first-time director Trevor Wall, the animation is anything but terrible, "Norm of the North" is the kind of direct-to-video title you can find at your local dollar store. There is nothing in here that's original, charming or funny. I'm sure toddlers will like this movie just for the polar bear and the lemmings but their parents will probably find it unbearable.The screenwriters seem to think that kids will only laugh if there's pee jokes, fart jokes and bird poop. Even if little kids will like it, no parent should waste their money on "Norm of the North". There are better options for your kids right now, go see "The Jungle Book" or see "Zootopia" again. With third-rate animation, stale gags and way too much dancing and twerking, "Norm of the North" is distasteful family entertainment.