Color of Night

Color of Night

When New York psychiatrist Bill Capa visits Los Angeles to take over his murdered colleague's therapy group, he finds himself embroiled in the thick of a mystery when he bumps into Rose and begins a torrid affair.

Color-blind psychiatrist Bill Capa is stalked by an unknown killer after taking over his murdered friend's therapy group, all of whom have a connection to a mysterious young woman that Capa begins having intense sexual encounters with. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Color of Night torrent reviews

kan T (fr) wrote: gorunurde pek bir sey anlatmiyor gibi olsada, bosna savasinin etkileriyle ilgili oldu?u icin etkiliyor.

Bill T (es) wrote: Very good scare story about a widower musician who moves into a huge historical mansion and almost immediately begins to hear voices. George C. Scott wouldn't really have been my first choice for this but oh well. The film suffers some plot shelving problems, but oh well to that too.

Susanne C (fr) wrote: Retarded and ridiculous. But I liked it anyway! It was cute. Stupid, but cute. Like the Australian Dumb and Dumber.

Haydn W (ru) wrote: In the 20+ years since I saw it last, its still as boring as ever. Sorry Abel.

Mason M (kr) wrote: Not exactly everything I'd look for in a typical Godzilla movie, but a decent story and awesome design!

Ashley H (au) wrote: Holiday Inn is an excellent film. It is about a crooner and a hoofer vie for the affections of a beautiful up-and-coming performer at an inn which is only open on holidays. Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire give amazing performances. The screenplay is well written. Mark Sandrich did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the music and humor.

Fong K (ag) wrote: About Thomas Edward Lawrence and his accomplishments in the Arab Revolt, this David Lean masterpiece is so spectacularly lensed, so movingly scored and so epically made, it stands formidably timeless.

Rock Y (de) wrote: Love the decor and the fur on Burt's chest. Oh and that stash is a classic.

Teela M (nl) wrote: First installment in Peter Jackson's Hobbit "opus" - if you will. Although, personally, I'm still a bit miffed that Jackson feels it necessary to take what is already excellent source material and stretch it out over three long-winded films, this was a solid start. Once again, the extended version proves to be the better story in comparison to the theatrical cut - we actually get a little bit more back-story regarding the strained relationship between the elves and the dwarfs, there's extra footage of the Shire and Hobbiton, several additional scenes of the dwarfs in Rivendell (which made the entire thing worth it), and the Goblin King charms with his rendition of "Down in Goblin Town" - which I found rather hysterical. The actual story itself is wonderful. Although the additional back-story and details from the appendices and Jackson's own fanboy-ish imagination aren't necessary, I can appreciate the added depth and character development, especially surrounding Thorin Oakenshield - played with meticulous detail and a subtle depth by a "short", dark, and brooding Richard Armitage. The increased emphasis surrounding his heritage, the concern of "gold sickness", and the evident weight the dwarf king bears on his shoulders makes him far more sympathetic than I found him when reading the book or watching the Rankin/Bass cartoon from the late 70s. At the end of the day, this particular installment doesn't compare to Jackson's "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, but "The Desolation of Smaug" could prove otherwise.

Sanity Assassin (es) wrote: Enjoyed The Lorax very much. A bit of a slow start with an equally obtuse cheesy ending and ultimately it's the intersecting story of the beanpole and his desire to be successful, whilst being surrounded by all-too-cute animals, that keeps the eye on the ball. The outer narrative works, though only, as a gateway into the inner message which is...We thneed trees! Thoroughly well made!

James C (ca) wrote: better than expected, funny to see kevin nash dancing around as well