Crazy, Stupid, Love.

Crazy, Stupid, Love.

Cal Weaver is living the American dream. He has a good job, a beautiful house, great children and a beautiful wife, named Emily. Cal's seemingly perfect life unravels, however, when he learns that Emily has been unfaithful and wants a divorce. Over 40 and suddenly single, Cal is adrift in the fickle world of dating. Enter, Jacob Palmer, a self-styled player who takes Cal under his wing and teaches him how to be a hit with the ladies.

Cal (Steve Carell) and Emily (Julianne Moore) have the perfect life together living the American dream... until Emily asks for a divorce. Now Cal, Mr Husband, has to navigate the single scene with a little help from his professional bachelor friend Jacob Palmer (Ryan Gosling). Make that a lot of help... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Crazy, Stupid, Love. torrent reviews

arif s (de) wrote: if you want to smile, must see this film........

Andreia C (br) wrote: There are always two sides to every story...

Simon D (fr) wrote: So this is where flight of the conchords started. The songs were probably the only enjoyable part of this film. It's a terrible effort, like watching a school project. Apart from the songs, the humour was at it's most basic, people pulling silly faces and making silly noises. Thank god it got better for fotc

Ethan D (mx) wrote: It's very funny and does its job as a comedy to make you laugh, but it's extremely crude and disgusting and somewhat offensive content make this a three-star film. If they took out all the nasty scenes and nudity, this would be a better movie.

jm s (br) wrote: aamir did it agin so good storyline

Panos M (mx) wrote: Leaving aside some inconsistencies, this is a genuine rom-com with a brisk sense of humor.

Art S (mx) wrote: I somehow gave this a miss 25 years ago and seeing it now produced some rather complex emotions. First, there are a fair few cringe-worthy moments (many involving Michael Stipe but also from some wet-behind-the-ears teen rockers) that made me reflect on how embarrassing I was then too. Second, there are the clothes. Enough said. Third, there is the music -- and in fact a lot of the music holds up pretty well this far into the future (R.E.M. least of all, perhaps -- or at least the 2 songs featured here are not their best). The film itself often feels like it is trying too hard but eventually I did succumb to its Southern charms (including local art & poetry won me over).

Alex r (au) wrote: Tarantula is yet another terrific monster film from the golden era of giant monsters. The film is a bit slow, but the payoff is exciting and thrilling. The cast do a good job in their performances, but like every other film dealing with giant creatures, the special effects steal away the show. Tarantula is sure to delight genre fans looking for an entertaining monster film. Tarantula delivers some memorable B movie moments, and you come to admire how well this film looks considering the fact that this was made in the 50's. Nowadays, we don't get films like this anymore, and it's always good to revisit the classics. Tarantula is very much in the same category as Them! a giant Ant movie of the same era. Tarantula is a wonderful monster film, one that every genre fan should check out, and it ranks among the finest horror films of the 50's. With a well thought out script, good acting and great effects, Tarantula captivates the viewer with stunning moments of monster mayhem. There are better monster films, and that's including Them! And the Blob, but Tarantula is nonetheless another great addition to the plateau of 1950's monster movies. Using a simple idea, the filmmakers were able to pull off something great with a basic idea. If you enjoy the genre, then give Tarantula shot. This ranks among the best of the decade, and in terms of mutated creature films, this one succeeds at being quite entertaining and is memorable from start to finish. With great acting, a simple, yet engaging story and awesome special effects, Tarantula is an impressive monster film that is sure to appeal to genre fans. Tarantula is yet another great 1950's era monster film that won't disappoint. The film may be a bit slow, but the payoff is worth it.