A pair of childhood friends and neighbors fall for each other's sons.

Lil (Naomi Watts) and Roz (Robin Wright) are two lifelong friends, having grown up together as neighbors in an idyllic beach town. As adults, their sons have developed a friendship as strong as that which binds their mothers. One summer, all four are confronted by simmering emotions that have been mounting between them, and each find unexpected happiness in relationships that cross the bounds of convention. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Adoration torrent reviews

ShinyHappyPurple (jp) wrote: Best part is where the guy in the resturant has little worms bursting out of an eye.

Nicki M (br) wrote: So painfully bad I did not get past the first fifteen minutes.

Bud M (de) wrote: A low budget, quiet, clever and sometimes moving indie film. That's all I can say. I wouldn't recommend it to everyone.

Scott C (de) wrote: Nicole Kidman was sexy and believable, but the villains weren't very strong.

Anthony B (gb) wrote: One of the great Child's Play derivatives of the early 90s, if not the first. This film remains one of the most competently made flicks in the Full Moon catalog even today, and yes, in terms of content and quality, it rivals the original Puppet Master. This could have had something to do with the fact that it was written (surprisingly enough) by the now renowned screenwriter, David S. Goyer (pre-Batman Begins, Crow 2, etc). Pretty cool right? Anyway, Demonic Toys is like Child's Play meets Puppet Master. A cast of evil dolls/toys get possessed by something evil in an old toy factory, then all the filmmakers had to do was add a colorful cast of casualties, and presto, you've got yourself a horror movie without having to think to hard. By way of gore, you couldn't ask for more, the creatures are unique enough to stand on there own (literally) and thanks to a decent budget, this one manages to maintain its credibility as a quasi-legitimate production. It's no Batman Begins, but it is still pretty damn fun!

Charles S (ag) wrote: fluffy, lots of hairspray, Harrison Ford and Sigourney weaver and alec baldwin in supporting roles.

Thomas B (ru) wrote: A classic 70's disaster film.

Victoria V (de) wrote: This was a fascinating look into 1942 British propaganda. Here we have the famous Rathbone/Bruce pairing as the great detective and his well-meaning sidekick. To its credit, this movie harps less on Dr. Watson's ineffectuality than many of the later ones, and allows him several moments of, at least, usefulness. The pro-English sentiment runs high, a clear attempt to bolster morale, particularly in the wonderful little interchange between Watson and Holmes at the end, complete with a modified quote from Richard II.

Vittorio C (br) wrote: Wonderful performances by both Perkins and Weld (both have been underrated). It has some similarities to Badlands. The resolution left me somewhat unsatisfied.

Deeray A (ca) wrote: I absolutely love this movie. I keep re watching it, and I don't think I will ever stop. I like how the creators had the actors narrate their perception on love. Toward the end of the movie it seem that the creators rushed the stories together which made me not soak in the actually feeling they were attending. Overall it was a cute movie, I enjoy watching, and it is on Netflix so its great that I can watch it anytime I want.

Fong K (us) wrote: Mike Myers in his most commendable role playing Steve Rubell, the man behind the titular disco that was so out-of-this-world wild in the 80's that an entrance to the place can be a dream to kill for. If only we get to learn more about Steve Rubell, the central character we see so little of and yet most intriguing one among the mundane subplots.