A Night in Heaven

A Night in Heaven

Faye Hanlon is a community-college professor with an emotionally depressed husband and an abundance of sexual frustration. Her sister drags her to a male strip-club for a girls-night out, where she discovers that one of the dancers is her failing student Rick Monroe, a.k.a. "Ricky the Rocket". A heated affair between teacher & student ensues, as Faye struggles to reconcile her emotions and make consequential life choices: Continue her lustful sessions with the studly-but-shallow teen stripper? Or break it off with Ricky & work to salvage her marriage to the loving-but-distant husband?

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A Night in Heaven torrent reviews

Alex r (nl) wrote: Considering how predictable the story was, Flash of Genius was a fairly good film to watch. I had some minor issues with the film, and I thought that the film though good, wasn't as good as I'd thought it is. Robert Kearns seeks to be compensated and brings a lawsuit against the Ford Motor Company for patent infringement. Flash of Genius is the true story about Robert Kearns who is credited as one of the first to bring a lawsuit against a big corporation that infringed on a patent. Robert Kearns invented the intermittent windshield wiper and Flash of Genius tells the story of how he invented the wiper and how he fought in court to protect what was rightfully his. Greg Kinnear gives a good performance, but he also kind of makes Robert Kearns look a bit unsympathetic as well. Flash of Genius was a good film, but that was where the trouble lied with the film. Though Kinnear's performance was good, he made Kearns look almost like the bad guy, and looking at what he was doing to his family in the process while fighting his case. You sympathize with Robert Kearns, but almost don't care for him, almost. Flash of Genius could have been a truly great film, but its predictability kind of brought it down a notch. Still, this is a worthy film to watch with good performances, just don't expect anything excellent.

Jeremy S (jp) wrote: Moving french film of life in the face of impending death.

Ben T (ca) wrote: A hilarious Family Guy story that has everything I love about the show and then some. It has all the same humor and wit that make Family Guy one of my all time favorite shows. The voice cast is terrific as always and the animation never lets me down. The jokes are hilarious as ever and the signature cut-aways are terrific in this movie. It's basically an hour and a half episode of Family Guy but it still has some types of jokes that I usually don't see on the show. It's a hysterical adventure and a must see for fans of Family Guy and animation fans.

Allan C (mx) wrote: Fresh off of the success of "Fast and the Furious" director Rob Cohen and star Vin Diesel re-teamed for this silly bit of Americanized, pumped up, rock and roll, James Bond-wannabe escapism. I remember quite liking this in the day, but now I find it rather obnoxious. There are the James Bond topes with a ski chase, a femme fetal, a secret agent gadget creator, a stand alone opening action scene, etc. Diesel is quite charismatic and the action is well shot, but the script and story are at best wildly derivative and at worst completely annoying (i.e. Xander Cage pandering to the 12 year olds in the audience by stealing the car from an anti-video game politician, skydiving with a snowboard, a stupid super-boat chase scene that seems like it was taken from "Condorman," Xander's dumb big fur coat, rail siding on a briefcase, and dumb dialogue like "You're in the Xander Zone." or "I'm coming in hot with a side of bacon."). But back on the plus side, Asia Argento is quite good as the Bond Girl figure and I was hoping this would raiser her profile and get her into more American films, but sadly it did not.

DC F (fr) wrote: LOL!!!! Way better than Joe Dirt. Funnier and dirtier just as one would expect from David Cross!

David N (kr) wrote: Strange and spectacular. What a bizarre film! Amazing that it all works so well.

Jared A (es) wrote: There are enough awkward moments to make you squirm a bit, but make no mistake, Tin Cup is quite funny if for no better reason than getting a good laugh out of Costner's ridiculous accent.

Matthew J (kr) wrote: Willis, Thornton and Blanchett give good performances and the film is entertaining enough but it's plot wouldn't stand for any kind of logical inspection.

Chris S (es) wrote: This is even worse than the original Game of Death. A jumbled, incoherent storyline leads to "Billy Lo" falling from a helicopter to the ground below, killing him, as we're left to follow his younger brother, Bobby Lo. So not only do we start out following some Bruce Lee clone, the film kills that one off and has us follow another one thirty minutes into the story. The main reason to watch this one is when Bobby Lo fights a lion, which is quite obviously a guy in a lion costume. Jang Lee Hwang is also the villain, who is usually pretty awesome but his screen time is significantly small. Mainly watched these two films because they're a part of the Bruce Lee boxed set. It's no wonder they're included with Lee's finished works. No one would buy them otherwise.

Wes S (ag) wrote: Sloppy story, with minimal monster action and dull characters. The creature effects aren't handled too poorly, but they don't lead up to any great scenes. The ending is rather silly yet relevant.

JonBrandon D (ag) wrote: This is one of my favourite Saw films for sure. It has chilling, creative traps, Julie Benz (from Buffy, Angel and Dexter) and many more talented actors in it, plus doesn't get anhywhere near as ridiculous as 6 and 7 do.

Manny G (it) wrote: Sandler's best comedy in a decade! The guy it's back in TMB in complete comic form! This is also the raunchiest movie he has ever been in and you haven't seem him like this!