Lowly theme park mechanic Sam dreams about his childhood sweetheart Sue. With the mistaken belief that only a bling ring can win the girl of his dreams, Sam plans the most perfect night to propose to his one true love. But when super villain Oscar shows up with his own evil ring that could destroy the city, Sam’s plans are thrown into utter disarray. Mistaking each other’s rings for their own, Sam teams up with his robot super heroes to track down his engagement ring and save the city… learning that it’s not about the size of the bling, but the size of your heart.
- Category:Action, Animation
- Stars:Carla Gugino, Taylor Kitsch, Jon Heder, James Woods, Jennette McCurdy,
- Country:South Korea, USA
- Director:Kyung Ho Lee, Wonjae Lee, Kyung Ho Lee, Wonjae Lee,
- Writer:Chris Denk, Hyunjoong Kim, Kyung Ho Lee, Saul Blinkoff, Sukhoon Choi
With the misguided belief that only a bling ring can win the girl of his dreams, Sam plans the most perfect night to propose to his one true love. But his plan is thwarted by a super villain with his evil scheme. Now, a night of romance turns to a night of courage! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bling torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Pretty damn funny. Not as bad as I thought it was gonna be.
(gb) wrote: An interesting perspective into the mind of a child and his sexuality.
(ru) wrote: i just like this guy:D <3 sweet [blush]
(au) wrote: not bad a movie ba wz xpectin more....
(de) wrote: Loooove. PFR with a super '90s gritty storyline/imagery.
(au) wrote: An incredible story. Well directed and executed by a great cast: Tom Hanks, Bill Paxton, Kevin Bacon, Gary Sinise and Ed Harris; with an outstanding supporting cast. I could watch this movie again and again.
(jp) wrote: Probably my all-time favourite comedy
(mx) wrote: I own this on DVD in a two movie pack along with:* Gone In 60 Seconds (1974)
(br) wrote: It's outrageous offensiveness and looney tunes-style goofy humour is practically guaranteed to have you laughing.
(it) wrote: Classic Joan Crawford in this wonderful drama with perfect acting and a great story line. One of my favourite all time classics.
(it) wrote: Its a pretty silly melodrama that even Bette Davis' absurd acting choices can't save. On a side note, this film also features a terrible supporting performance by Ronald Reagan.
(es) wrote: not worth your time.
(ca) wrote: How is this film not famous???? Those slasher fans looking for a hardcore boobs and blood festival are going to be severely disappointed. Visiting Hours is loaded with Halloween type scares and suspense with good acting, very nicely done writing, and William Shatner awesomeness. Michael Ironside plays the villain, and Colt Hawker deserves a place in the slasher hall of fame. He's very demented and brutal, yet if you saw him walking on the street, you wouldn't notice anything weird about him. He hates women and often brutalizes them and sometimes murders them when provoked, while taking pictures of them dying. Ironside's performance is sadistic and frightening, just the way it should be played. shatner drops his usual "Weird style...of delivering...dialogue" for a more realistic approach and he certainly seals the deal. Lee Grant makes a great final girl, even though she really isn't a "final girl". She's just the girl who confronts the killer. There's also nurse who gets stalked by Ironside after helping Grant. Filled with scares, suspense, and brutality, Visiting Hours is a fantastic lost horror gem that manages to be better than some films that got lots of recognition (Friday the 13th)
(es) wrote: This was a really wild hair recording made via TiVo that I finally watched during a period of housecleaning with the device, and I honestly didn't know what to expect. Knowing me, I saw the title and assumed a horror film, where in actuality, I got a drama piece about people ruminating on their lost loves and the somewhat melancholy party that that they attend with friends.It was an okay flick, but I have zero interest in returning to it anytime in the near future, as there's just too many other films out there to pursue.Rental?