Appetite For Love
Mina has everything going for her, but her world is turned upside down when work sends her to her hometown in Tennessee where she must convince an old, stubborn restaurant owner to sell his property. There is just one problem- the restaurant is now owned by her ex-boyfriend Clay, who claims he will never sell. He resists her negotiations every step of the way, and all the while sparks fly.
Mina just has everything: a devoted boyfriend and a great job with International Corporate Brands. But her life is turned upside down when she is assigned to return to her hometown in Tennessee to convince her stubborn ex-boyfriend to sell his restaurant. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Appetite For Love torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: The 4 hours moved me, made me laughed, made me think hard, shocked me, frustrated me, enlightened me, disturbed me. Arresting performances from Lucero, Bayani, Alemania
(mx) wrote: North Face is a film about two German mountain climbers attempting to climb the "last unsolved problem of the alps", the north face of the Swiss mountain Eigar. The film itself is interesting, particularly because its cinematography is absolutely incredible. You really feel like you're on the mountain with the two German climbers. Half-frozen, your limbs barely moving, your eyes crusted with ice, your lungs burning from the wind, all while dangling from one measly rope, having to trust your life to the grip of fingers you can't even feel. That's something impressive, and the film makes you feel it, all the moreso because the climbing scenes are juxtaposed with scenes of the wealthy throwing parties in the warmth and comfort of the hotel at the base of the mountain. So as a film, there's plenty to recommend the viewer to North Face. I personally find it more interesting as a study in Hollywood: North Face would never, ever be made in Hollywood. The actors aren't pretty enough, and they are constantly dirty. This doesn't happen in Hollywood. Even when actors/actresses get the living hell kicked out of them, they're only left with an artful scratch across the brow. Above all, Hollywood plotting follows one simple rule: equivalent exchange. Any effort that the protagonist puts forth into accomplishing his goal must be rewarded. It might not be rewarded in the way that he expects, but there will be a response. A Hollywood hero might die, but a Hollywood hero never fails. Reality works that way only rarely. In reality, you can put forth vast efforts towards wooing a pretty girl and receive no response whatsoever. Should you apply toward a job, chances are you won't even get a rejection response. You can spend ten years writing novels and never get a one published. You can move to Hollywood to become an actress and fail to even land a gig for a commercial. Without spoiling anything, North Face tells the story like it is. Some efforts go unrewarded, and I appreciated this honesty. I don't know that I felt very good afterwards, but I did feel as if I'd learned something, or at the least, as if I'd seen a true story, and that's worth quite a lot in the sham-filled, nonsense society we live in today. Final Say: North Face is a tremendous mountain-climbing film, with spectacular cinematography and a bleak plot skillfully traversed by grimy, real actors. Though it is marred by unnecessary romance & political subplots, its strengths far outweigh its weaknesses and is worth a viewing. How to Watch It: I don't think this one needs any special instructions. It's a solid film; hard to mess up. Trivia: The north face of Eigar has since been climbed. The current speed-record for solo, unaided climb is 2 hours 47 minutes by Ueli Steck.
(kr) wrote: C'est dommage que ce film aie t aussi mal recu par la critique, car il est actuellement pas mauvais du tout. encore des histoires de non-communication entre personnes. Seul bug, la moumoute de Patrice Robitaille, faux en rire ou en pleurer?
(de) wrote: An extremely tense/taunt documentary about the hold up of a bus in Rio de Janeiro by a homeless young man.Filled throughout with extraordinary on sight 'real' footage of the horrific event. This film doesn't just crucify Sandro (The Young Homeless Man) it goes into his past & shows what he went through prior in life.This film really challenges the police actions in this event which where extremely poor. A powerful film especially the last 10 mins it'll stay with you.
(de) wrote: not to be confused with one missed call..but again, frights delivered thru a cellphone and a little girl..effective..and understandable by film's end
(ca) wrote: classic childhood movie. great comedy and action scenes.
(ag) wrote: Every character is not only an individual but someone indicative of a larger societal force. Despite there being many forces opposing the main characters, Gabrielle Maples and Alan Squier, I found myself at least partially in sympathy with almost all of the other characters. Amidst the desolation of the old ways lie the seeds of a new vitality. As great as any film I have ever seen.
(es) wrote: 1949 "tension" is an underrated b picture with audrey totter who made her cameo in "postman always rings twice" as the flirtatious red-head hooks with john garfield, of course, also richard basehart who later archieves international fame in fellini's "the road" in europe right after this picture. it has all the quintessential noir elements melt with kitsch-like melodrama, but what else you could expect? it's a b picture for aficionados with a quaint knack for noir in various forms. but its scenarios are grappling in its blatant way: a drug-store nobody who pursues his dream of 50s suburbanite lifestyle by slaving himself over the nightshifts to earn as much as he could to please his harpy wife who only fancies the luxurious goods like mink coats. but this harpy blonde would sneak any chance to cuckold him as soon as she finds some other sucker to take care of her bills, so she elopes with a liquor salesman who is apparently more capable to provide her what she wants. then this miserable nobody still refuses to concede his wife without fighting, so he shows up in the love nest of the wife and the cuckold, but he gets beaten up and sneered as "four-eyed punk"....to reclaim his pride as a man, our protagonist decides to launch a make-over of himself by getting rid of his coy glasses to re-appear as a hunky sheik named paul sothern to assassinate the cuckold... it has the castrated sap, the ferocious dame with trademarked blonde hair, and the scheming detective copper as the fury who squares for justice. the story wheels along with a detached narrator whose simmering cynicism boils out to resonate audience's nosy by-stander mentality. as noir frequently favors to dichotomize women, there's alawys feminine nurturer to contrast the lady predator who nearly gulps men alive to attain the happy ending after the justice is served. audrey totter was contracted b actress of mgm studio which recruits her as the bubble-bath blondie to shape another starlet with semi-lana-turner-like aroma, don't totter's hairdo and wardrobe in "tension" somehow reminiscence a bit of "postman always rings twice" in which totter also has a small but impressionable part? but totter's femme fatale may not be as glamourous as turner but definitely much more aggressive here while she glows her lines with comtemptuous mockeries to basehart. the woman characer in "tension" becomes an exaggerated grotesque of femme fatale, since b picture tends to have very limited resources so it must create its dramatic tension by deepening its stereotypes. that's what happens with "tension". it even has a music score for totter's entrance in every scene to enhance the effect as if it's notifying the audience: here comes the sexy bad woman, pretty tacky, isn't it? (ps) just like most normally functioning dames in her time, totter chooses to settle for marriage and homelife instead of manuevering her starlet career like a down-to-earth dame, but acting comes like fun for her to tackle ocassionally during intervals. she also leaves another noir classic "the set-up" with robert ryan as the caring brunette girlfriend. "tension" and "the set-up" proves her caliber as an actress that she could play benevolent lily and malevolent wench.