After the Banquet

After the Banquet

After never having seen each other for years, a group of college alumni in their 30’s gather at one of their friend’s second wedding. The core members composed of mainly men had one woman who they were anticipating to see at the wedding. However, they were surprised to find the woman’s daughter come to the wedding, creating a tense atmosphere of curiosity. They soon realize that the daughter came on behalf of her dead mother and was in fact looking for her dad who was actually at the reception.

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After the Banquet torrent reviews

Seychelle G (au) wrote: A light hearted, enjoyable but somewhat ridiculous rom-com.

Mats V (ca) wrote: The first problem was that there did not seem to be enough material to tell a very long and interesting story. The second problem was that they failed technically (overuse of some visuals, not using a narrator, etc.).

Broadway (jp) wrote: It was sooooooo bad it was funny!

Kimberly E (nl) wrote: Lame. Very Lame. Very much a BBC peice of crap with the kid from Boondock Saints in it. And I think it's funny the scariest thing the Brits can come up with is Alan Rickman being gay. Lovely.

Hillary B (es) wrote: One of the best "chick flicks" ever

Aaron G (de) wrote: My favorite film of all time that starred Corey Haim. A film that made me belive that having power will get you anything.

Tawana (ag) wrote: Awesome love making!

Stephen C (au) wrote: Ridiculous. Nude. Plot? Pot!

Karl C (ru) wrote: It isn't Adam's best work, and it definitely isn't Andy's best either, but the movie makes me laugh because of how crude and stupid it is therefore it becomes a good comedy hence my 3 and a half star rating.

G Irena M (ru) wrote: An old movie with such substance and depth based on a true story. Excellent played by the young Leonardo Di Caprio and one of the greatest actor Robert De Niro.

Robert B (fr) wrote: I like goofy idea flicks and they can only be one of two things good or bad. This one is bad. The cast does an OK job but the overall execution of the script, but the direction and camera work takes an idea totterring on the hill of fun straight down into lameness. It's weird how Chinese film crews can take a low budget and knock out some stellar action stuff with weird ideas. Get an American low budget director and you get a clumbering dinosaur. If you're going to cast really hot chicks and put them head to toe hidden in ninja outfits, do the next step and hire really good martial artists for the action scenes.

Jonathan P (nl) wrote: Not the vehicle to demonstrate Monroe at her finest and with very few comedic moments Gentleman Prefer Blondes falls into the over hyped film genre.