Comfort and Joy

Comfort and Joy

Radio host Alan Bird witnesses how an icecream van is attacked and destroyed by angry competitors. This leads him into the struggle between two Italian families over the icecream market of Glasgow.

A dj from Glasgow Scotland loses his shoplifting girlfriend and then becomes involved with a couple of mafia clans who are in the midst of warring over territorial rights for their businesses. Somehow by shows end he seems to come up smelling like a rose . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Comfort and Joy torrent reviews

Ninh N (us) wrote: Another disappointed film?

Kathleen C (kr) wrote: Absolutely magical storytelling! A gem of a film with great acting and quirky comedic touches. The song at the end *Lovely, Dark, and Warm* is poignant too!

Jm I (mx) wrote: I really liked this creative story. An imagining of demons, which appear as humans, versus angels, which appear as gargoyles and are much, much fewer in number, into which stumbles lonely, haunted Frankenstein's monster. The demon prince intends to increase the already numerous demons. He has been hoarding 100s of thousands of dead bodies which he intends to animate as soulless vessels for new demon souls to inhabit. There was more to this movie than first meets the eye. About good versus evil. About humanity, loyalty, leadership. I always enjoy higher concepts mixed with syfy / fantasy.

SiNafay H (jp) wrote: A nice tale of honesty and the imporance of doing what's right. Well portrayed, well played. Very enjoyable.

Donald (jp) wrote: after 10 years we get more B5. From the series that twice beat out a star trek movie for the sci-fi award the Hugo. The series that set the standard for CG work.

Kristin W (au) wrote: Selected quote: What would Jesus bomb?

Seher K (nl) wrote: indian cinema needs to borrow plots like these often!! gud show!

aisha m (ca) wrote: that my fav movies b/c of kareena and shahid

Roy C (it) wrote: Winter is the split second grace.

Eugene S (au) wrote: A hilarious Japanese homage to the American screwball comedies of the 30s/40s.

Gary (mx) wrote: Tom Horn brought the legendary Geronimo to justice. Steve McQueen plays Tom Horn, tells the tale of a legendary man who framed for a murder he didn't commit.