Between Showers

Between Showers

Chaplin and Sterling play two young men, Masher and Rival Masher, who fight over the chance to help a young woman (Emma Bell Clifton) cross a muddy street. Eventually a police officer (Chester Conklin) arrests Rival.

Charlie and another man compete in trying to help a young lady cross a muddy street. The rival finds a wooden plank which Charlie takes from him. They fight over an umbrella belonging to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Between Showers torrent reviews

MAHESH D (kr) wrote: Even though it has a tragic end, it maintains interest with its palace intrigue and the role of superstition in politics of the day.

Michael T (mx) wrote: A true-life horror story that is straightforward and very frightening.

Lucas B (it) wrote: Paul Blart was hands down the best movie I've ever viewed. I have been watching films for 16 years, and after seeing Paul Blart I had an epiphany. I realized that I liked comedic skits, not action packed or adventurous. This movie not only made me laugh uncontrollably, but also cheered me up. The first time I viewed this movie, I knew this movie would be a hit. Now, I see not as many people enjoyed it, not understanding the comedy that went on. If you enjoy comedy, I strongly encourage you to watch Paul Blart: Mall Cop.

Philip D (gb) wrote: *laughing in Spanish* muy divertido

Walter M (ag) wrote: In "Cafe Lumiere," Yoko(Yo Hitito) spends much of her time between Taiwan where she is researching a famous composer and Tokyo where she hangs out with Hajime(Tadanobu Asano) who sells books and records the sounds of trains. Her carefree life comes to an end when she finds out she is pregnant by her Taiwan boyfriend. And that's pretty much it for any kind of story as director Hou Hsiao-hsien turns Tokyo into one giant model train set. As the trains go in circles, so does the plot. He does this in order to comment on the rootlessness of youth, as none of the characters can stay in any one place for long. And not that it matters any, but this is the second time in a week that I have seen a movie dedicated to Yasujiro Ozu that concentrates on train travel which is odd considering Ozu was the master of the domestic drama.

Private U (ca) wrote: Love the Rumsfeld quotes - the irony is delicious. Good film about how the media twisted the perspective of the US war on Iraq.

Colton B (ru) wrote: quite an amazing film. different than what i expected.

April M (de) wrote: KIERAN CULKIN is so much more than a serious actor. He is so much more than a Culkin. He is amazing.

Sara C (br) wrote: oh my gosh, i didn't expect to like this, but it was really good, and its definitely not a chic flick

Nikki L (es) wrote: Beautiful movie. Well done.

Eric H (ag) wrote: This film and its predecessors are the most fascinating documentaries released cinematically, not because of their breathtaking cinematography, whiz-bang special effects or even revelation of secret or unknown information.

Jacob W (br) wrote: a good samurai movie

Kyle B (ru) wrote: A marvelous spectacle and unlike any movie I have seen. Robin Wright plays a version of herself and really gives a great performance as well as Harvey Keitel and Danny Huston. Jon Hamm also provides voice work in this and does a great job too. The animation in this movie is some of the best I have seen in a while and the art direction is just spectacular. I love the idea of the story and it did a great job in execution. One of the most original movies in a while and it is one great ride.