April Bride

April Bride

On April 5, 2007, a couple married in a church. At first glance, it was a typical wedding. The bride, however, was suffering from late-stage breast cancer and had been given only a month to live. A young woman is diagnosed with breast cancer but keeps the information from her boyfriend. When he finds out, he decides to plan a wedding even though she only has one month to live. Based on the true story of Chie Nagashima, a women afflicted with breast cancer and her husband Taro Akasu.

A young woman is diagnosed with breast cancer but keeps the information from her boyfriend. When he finds out, he decides to plan a wedding even though she only has one month to live. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


April Bride torrent reviews

Adrian S (mx) wrote: for the DCU movies not quite as good as wonder woman and green lantern, pretty close. good fun and the included aquaman pilot is a great touch.

Tiffany L (mx) wrote: Amy Gumenrick portray well as Natalee Holloway. It was a tragedy, however whose fault is it? People blame to Joran van der Sloot, but the truth is?

Steve M (ca) wrote: Clich (C)d it may be, but thoroughly enjoyable nonetheless.

Pascal M (br) wrote: Pour Dupontel et la fin surprenante. Un film revoir (au moins dans sa tte) aprs la fin. On passe de l'incomprehension la tristesse, du rejet des autres leur prservation.

Yvonne K (mx) wrote: Den halve stjernen er til Michael Jackson...Hper han aldri har sett filmen...

Mike L (ca) wrote: Rewatched this after many years and I love it the same. Although, looking at the film from a critical perspective, it's just above average at best

Laura W (ru) wrote: Bad B Movie. Like its predecessor, this film is not scary. It has a few interesting moments, but it is surprisingly bland. It beats the 'blood as a drug' vampire metaphor to death without making us care about anyone in the cast. Sequels should expand the universe of their series, not just borrow the MacGuffin from the last film. If you just loved the first one, you can probably tolerate this one, but prepare for the inevitable disappointment. Also, Jon Bon Jovi gives the best performance in the film - just a fair warning.

Inge N (ru) wrote: A touching story about a couple who found real love late in life and Alzheimers put a sad ending to the story.

Scott J (ru) wrote: If it teaches you anything, it's that football and record collections are more important than intimacy.

Kyle M (es) wrote: Utterly clever from its historical teaching of the phones' beginning age to the comedic energy to make this one of the most successful rom-coms that works. (B+)(Full review coming soon - with better wording)

William C (de) wrote: When you get a film made by Akira Kurosawa you just expect brilliance and usually a nice change of pace from the modern films we see today. Yes Throne of Blood is no exception to that, and this is coming from me who has kind of disliked a Kurosawa film in the past, but this is just great. It's a really engaging movie yet enjoyable as well and that really culminates in the final parts of the picture to make a film not only interesting but actually exciting as well, the slight action involved is great, the remake of Macbeth is done well (although of course some fans of Shakespeare may not be best pleased by this adaption) and the acting is one that really shocks me because it almost feels like acting that would be still be great years and years after this was made.Of course the main actor and really the man who could even be said to steal the show from even Akira Kurosawa, is Toshiro Mifune who for me is a top actor, and especially when playing a samurai. Of course many will point to "Seven Samurai" and "Rashomon" as his finest performances and collaborations with Kurosawa, but for me never forget this one because he is very good indeed, out doing the entire cast and the movie without him would have possibly suffered greatly. I think without Kurosawa's directing you would also be seeing a worse off film because he really brings this to life and the story just bursts from the screen in the early moments and that heavy rain mixed with dense fog and swaying but eerily silent trees make this not only a great plot, but also ascetically incredible.I must mention of course the rest of the cast including such people as Isuzu Yamada, Minoru Chiaki and Takashi Shimura who join a cast who are relatively good but never good enough to match Mifune. The way in which Kurosawa's direction works is that he seems to just know how to make you focus on the scene, whether that is through a character gone mad, a battle or even the rain etc that I mentioned. When you add everything together it is Kurosawa who then surprises you, and this is in a story where you know how it ends, but it doesn't matter because not only is this set in feudal Japan, but also because Kurosawa makes the story fresh and lively. I'm not quite sure if this is his very best mostly based on the fact that Kurosawa seems to just make what people consider great movies over and over again. One thing I do want to say though is that if you're really looking for a great feel of a film, the kind of movie where you become entwined in the plot and the atmosphere, this is definitely one to watch of that as it just seems to draw you in at every turn. If your new to Kurosawa then this is a great place to start, it's not only really likeable but also at times just a nice little yarn to watch, and of course to mention this is a great watch for any aspiring director who wants to learn how Akira seems to do it.I think as movies go this is one I maybe watched with slight apprehension over what to expect but came out very much liking it and it was really good as well. So there you have it, Macbeth set in Japan, a kind of movie where there probably won't be one like it ever again because it's just so different (and Macbeth in samurai set Japan). Wonder at the skills of Kurosawa and Mifune, confuse yourself over who is really the bad person in this, and don't try and look out for Macduff, he's apparently called Noriyasu now.

Brad M (ca) wrote: One of my favorite WW2 films ever produced. It was made in 43' so it provides a unique glimpse into actual wartime attitudes instead being merely nostalgic, or standing in for later, cold war dogmas, as with so many of the war films from the late 50's and 60's. Consequently its very unique in portraying a genuinely left-populist resistance movement (the Czeck resistance movement) in a heroic frame. This is rare in a Hollywood movie from WW2 on. A compelling film and easy to watch.

Beau H (ru) wrote: This movie could have been funny... But it's not! The concept of a pact leaves alot of potentially funny situations that this movie fails to capture. Chris Soldevillas attempts at acting come off as forced and every scene he's in is awkward. The only semi bright spot is Haley Duff but she is not seen enough to even pull this movie into mediocrity as everything from poor editing to horrible filming locations i.e. (the.college dorm looks like the 2nd floor of a Suburban home) The Wedding Pact is painfully obvious a low budget flix that I would only recomend if your a huge fan of Haley Duff

Robin E (es) wrote: Joe Calzaghe was the pride of Wales, an undefeated super-middleweight boxing champion. This amiable documentary takes a look at his career. Not the most imaginative of documentaries, the fight sequences are compelling though the endless parade of talking heads get a bit wearisome. What does come across well is the warmheartedness of the film's subject, particularly in relation to his sons and father.

Nicholas D (ru) wrote: It is an entertaining and sometimes strange Bond film, but it is still classic Bond.