Big Man, Little Love

Big Man, Little Love

Hejar, meaning "Dispossessed", a little Kurdish orphan war victim, educates a Turkish judge!

Hejar, meaning "Dispossessed", a little Kurdish orphan war victim, educates a Turkish judge! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Big Man, Little Love torrent reviews

WS W (mx) wrote: A mediocre TV film quality.

Jennifer T (gb) wrote: I liked "The To Do List" very much. It had the whole 90's thing going on. I grew up in the 90's so I loved the music in the film. Aubrey Plaza really was awesome in this. I think she is very funny.

Guilherme R (us) wrote: "Minha Felicidade". Dureza!!

TddyBrSMC Y (br) wrote: OMFG!!! THIS MOVIE SUX!!! Do not waste you time with this one. I should sue the makers of this piece of crap for the pain and suffering I've gone thru watching this. Sure it's low budget, the acting is bad, and it had bare tits throughout... but using a magic 8 ball would of done a better job deciding where the non-existent plot could of gone instead of the hack writer/producer. Basically it's about a schmuck who starts off telling the audience about his college conquests and man-whoring. But by grad he's engaged to the perfect girl, yet keeps running into his ex girlfriends. The last frat party of his college career also is the day before his wedding, so he thinks he'll use it as his last night of freedom and blows off the rehearsal dinner with a begrudging ok from his fiance. Bachelor Party or Animal House this movie is not... by a long shot. The girl's domineering father sends her ex-boyfriend, the man he approves of, to go and sabotage our main guys good time, even though he's doing a good job of it himself, remaining faithful to his fiance and turning down sex with some pretty hot women. And the ex-boyfriend is also sleeping with the fiance's younger sister. A sister who wants her big sis to still marry the guy, but still wants him too. Well... long story short... party got ruined, guy is late for wedding and fiance marries ex-boyfriend. And schmuck still loves her, dumb bitch catches hubby in bed with little sister, and she doesn't do a thing to them. She runs off to find schmuck and the movie ends with them kissing and then shows pics of them in Hungary and pregnant. There were lots of missed opportunities to make this movie funnier or satisfying. Such as revenge for the messed up frat party or the girl telling her screwed up family to fuck off after the games they pulled on her. The only successful thing this movie did was show enough tits throughout (about once every three minutes) to string you along to very end, and leave you thinking, "Why the hell did they not show the lead guy take a ball bat to the bad guy's head, or the lead girl taking a knife the the throats of her litter sister and father for jacking with her heart.

Randy Y (ru) wrote: An interesting concept, I thought... but it had difficulties figuring out what kind of movie it wanted to be- started out a bit of a police drama, then tried to be a thriller, and decided to finish as an action. The pace was a bit slow, and the plot a little tedious at times. Also wasn't very slick.

Dodd A (fr) wrote: A slice of nostalgic sappiness that would fit in quite well on the Hallmark Channel.

Ricardo H (ru) wrote: Aside from getting to see Philip Winchester in his underwear, everything else in the movie was quite bad

Allison F (kr) wrote: This is one of my all time favorite Kiefer Sutherland movies, he is brilliant in this as is Kyra Sedgewick.

Nigel K (ag) wrote: I may be on my own but I love this movie, perhaps it's my admiration of Robin Williams that gives me rose coloured glasses. In any event I like the concept and the characters so there!

Jonathan S (au) wrote: Chuck Norris in the role he was born to play: a forest spirit who can transmogrify into a bear, a hawk, or a wolf to save the kids.

Phenyeia O (de) wrote: Outstanding movie John Wayne is my family favorite actor

Matthew M (kr) wrote: a lot of build up for one thing... though its cool to see someone lose it

Fong K (ru) wrote: The pivotal coda of the story speaks volumes about upholding compassion and honour in a trigger-happy anarchic world.