Cheerful Weather for the Wedding

Cheerful Weather for the Wedding

England, 1932. Today is Dolly Thatcham's wedding day, and her family is arriving at the manor house with all the cheerfulness, chaos and grievances that accompany such gatherings. Trouble soon appears in the shape of Joseph, Dolly's lover from the previous summer, who throws her feelings into turmoil. But Dolly's mother will not allow her carefully laid plans for her daughter's future to be threatened...

A young woman frets upstairs in her family's country manor on her wedding day, fearful she's about to marry the wrong man. Downstairs, both her fiancé and her former lover grow increasingly anxious. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Cheerful Weather for the Wedding torrent reviews

Hee Sung K (it) wrote: No intention to be a double spy but he became a double spy without his own will... there must have those kinds of people who had strong complication under the war.. it is tragedy in our history.

Nathan M (us) wrote: Or the One Where An Old Lady Draws A Lot of Disturbing Cartoons...Beautiful and sweet, Cutie and the Boxer is a powerful story about love even when love is difficult. It's nothing that will change your life, but if you're looking for an uplifting documentary and a story about romance in old age, this might be the one for you.

Peter S (ca) wrote: Not only the best performance by the man himself but also masterful film making makes this a great flick.

Andrew K (fr) wrote: A horror flick whose few highlights (occasional good imagery and excellent choice of antagonists) are brought down by it's bad everything else. Unless you love cliche fright-fests with extremely predictable "scares" and fake-outs, you will find little to nothing about Wicked Little Things to enjoy.

GringoTex J (br) wrote: What a gorgeous film. It integrates Linklater with Rivette: Linklater's culture-emptied, culture-inspired settings with Rivette's obsession with females creating art. Great stuff.

Eric H (ca) wrote: I can't think of a moment where I stopped caring for the characters and wondering who was right or wrong... It would be a shame if people traded that experience for the comfort of watching MI3, and the movie got ignored during its theatrical release. It's a rare, full bodied experience that should be explored.

Michael W (nl) wrote: Series takes flight into space; high points include a Strangelove-inspired Dr Mittenhand and a short rendition of "Danny Boy" by the leprechaun. Seems to get better with multiple viewings and in my view the best of a very good horror franchise. My 'Special Edition' DVD contains two bonus features--a scene index and a one-screen list of credits.

Chris C (nl) wrote: Story of one soul, placed into many different time periods. In each time period he has the same kind of life, a slave to his own existence, and a failure in many respects.A sentimental film, which shows the hardship of life, and the fact that we are all "just humans".An okay film, lacked a lot of emotional pitch, and the story was episodic, and not very developed.

Luc L (us) wrote: An enduring Turkish film about social drama.

Keiko C (es) wrote: It's been a long time...All I remember about this film is the quirky, innocent feel, even though the subject matter wasn't always so. It's very hard to find, but I'd be willing to pay $14.99 to add it to my collection. (That's a lot for me.)

kyo 9 (br) wrote: I never heard about this story before.. the legend of the Mahdi is true and we still waiting 4 his arrivals..

Mahoney S (jp) wrote: Unfortunately this movie is underestimated. Can't explain that phenomenon.

Kirstyn U (kr) wrote: I'm a fan of Woody Allen. And to be frank, this did not do it for me. The age gap between Firth and Stone was incredibly distracting. And therefore, for me, the romance was not there in any sense. I think what really went wrong here for me was this casting, the story line had the potential to be great but fell flat more or less because of it. Both of these actors are fantastic so I was disappointed post viewing this film. I suppose to each his own. Although I must say the era, music, the aspects of cinematography outside of what I spoke of kept me invested in the film.

Claudette A (ca) wrote: I really like this movie series. The colours are wonderful.