Blind Date

Blind Date

When bachelor Walter Davis (Bruce Willis) is set up with his sister-in-law's pretty cousin, Nadia Gates (Kim Basinger), a seemingly average blind date turns into a chaotic night on the town. Walter's brother, Ted (Phil Hartman), tells him not to let Nadia drink alcohol, but he dismisses the warning, and her behavior gets increasingly wild. Walter and Nadia's numerous incidents are made even worse as her former lover David (John Larroquette) relentlessly follows them around town.

When bachelor Walter Davis is set up with his sister-in-law's pretty cousin, Nadia Gates, a seemingly average blind date turns into a chaotic night on the town, especially when they encounter Nadia's ex-boyfriend David. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Blind Date torrent reviews

Bill H (it) wrote: Interesting, well acted but something was missing. The mobsters were funny not nasty, the women seemed to just be Hollywood add ons. But worth seeing.

Hannah M (ag) wrote: The development of the characters is absolutely phenomenal thanks in part to a wonderful cast of seasoned actors and actresses. The plot line never goes sour and the setting, wardrobe, and soundtrack is brilliant.

Kyle M (br) wrote: An update of "Dazed and Confused" as a semi-raunchy teen comedy fixating on a trio trying to seize the night with drinking, resulting in laughs and fitting energy in the performances towards the genre's recognizable writing. (B+)(Full review TBD)

Joseph C (ag) wrote: There are few things more enjoyable and sexy than smoking and coffee in chiaroscuro cinematography: so, naturally, I found this film to be a sheer delight. The richness and detail of black and white makes cinema soar, and Frederick Elmes' work in this film is transcendence. The dialogue is witty, but I could watch this film silent, or with a purely musical soundtrack (that would be an interesting experiment).

Countess N (fr) wrote: Really low budget and terrible special effects but i really enjoyed it and it kept me on the edge of my seat all the way through...i was just waiting for those pesky zombies to (slowly) jump out.

Mieke D (ca) wrote: This Belgian movie could not miss in my list. Great music, great acting, great location (Antwerp ... DUH!), very cute director!!!

Stan B (gb) wrote: Bad Education is nicely acted, thrilling and exciting and somewhat original, but it is also a bit stereotypical.

Jude P (fr) wrote: One of the top crime thrillers made in 90's - no doubt.Super performance by all leading characters. A must see.

Guillaume H (gb) wrote: A double slap in the face. then it ran away laughing like a ghost.

Virginie D (fr) wrote: Some movies from the 80's should stay buried. Unwatchable

Roger R (us) wrote: Another great film by Louis Malle - the evil of child prositution is genuinely shocking - and yet another example of why one should never date a sex worker let alone marry one - their attitude to men and sex is hopelessly corrupted from an early age.

Daniel H (ca) wrote: The story of a working class miner who tries to find his place in a rugby team. This is a breakthrough role for Richard Harris before his roles in the Man Called Horse series and naturally way before Dumbledore. The performance of Rachel Roberts as a widow who has become a bitter lonely shell of a person since her husband's death is a standout and contrasts Harris's rough and tough, "ape on a football field" personality. It also shows a slice of life in 1960's Britain, Wakefield, to be precise. Notable for William Hartnell's role as a talent scout before he became more famous as the first Doctor Who.

Valerie S (br) wrote: A big let down, I decided to watch this film after friends bragged about how great it was. What a huge disappointment! Bill Paxton is great but I spent the entire time waiting for a climax that NEVER happened.

Kristina K (jp) wrote: The best of this kind. Vinnie Jones is such a badass in this one.