Darlings!

Darlings!

A peaceful family-life is suddenly disturbed when the children enter puberty. The children take over the house and disrupt the lives of their parents.

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Darlings! torrent reviews

Reed P (es) wrote: It's hard to keep up with what is going on to be honest. Four of us watched the movie and continued to ask questions until the last 45 min. I had high hopes which it sadly didn't live up to.

A S (gb) wrote: As the first one was stupid and annoying this was a little better with more John Cena a 82% by A

Alton S (gb) wrote: Wake me when this painfully pedestrian, predictable, paltry chick flick is over. Good acting, nice photography, for a sleepy sleeper that takes epic amounts of time to achieve absolutely nothing interesting, original, or engaging. Damn, I shoulda seen Argo....

Ben C (ca) wrote: Compelling premise, but features mostly ridiculous and contrived dialogue.

Moya W (ag) wrote: Not as good as I'd hoped, I found Rhys Ifans really annoying but you were probably supposed to so that should be a good thing then. But I found the dialogue a bit boring and even though the movie started with a dramatic accident I felt that I never really came into the story.

Rachel C (au) wrote: I keep thinking it's almost over only to find out it's not. This is by far the most boring historically inaccurate movie I've ever seen. Not only is Columbus given this saint like characterization, but I feel like there's symbolism being forced everywhere, as well as unrealistic lines. Overall I think the movie is a historical disgrace and should not be included in any history ever.

Ross F (ca) wrote: A great movie that keeps you guessing right till the end,my favourite film.

Kyle G (nl) wrote: Crazy, giddy, perennially dancing... this myth update takes place in a wondrous late-'50s Rio. A joint Brazil-France-Italy production in 1959, ORFEU NEGRO sees French director Marcel Camus reimagining the Orpheus tale in a nice fusion of music and feeling. The story can occasionally become fussy or clogged-seeming, but the rich and passionate Brazilian styles (bossa nova, samba, folk and jazz of all types) mostly overcome it.Orfeu (Breno Mello) is a handsome bachelor trolley driver; Eurydice (Marpessa Dawn) is a new girl in town for Carnival; Eurydice's jocular cousin is Serafina (La Garcia), and Orfeu's jealous fiancee is Mira (Lourdes de Oliveira). Their squabbling [four big-mouthed Brazilians going at it! -- can you imagine?] is interrupted by Death (Adhemar da Silva), who's been hunting for Eurydice and stirring up some hard-ass mythological craziness.--which all sounds pretty breathless and overwrought, but the film is actually laid-back and snazzy enough throughout. There are some nice comic moments -- a goofy courthouse clerk assuming Mira is "Eurydice" (the classical character known for loving Orpheus); a Portuguese grocer whom Serafina claims can be paid just in kisses -- and, more globally, some greater LADRI DI BICICLETTE drama and WEST SIDE STORY romance.

Guillaume B (de) wrote: Isabelle Blais: la Scarlett Johansson quebecoise

Jamie C (fr) wrote: Not as enjoyable as the first but still funny and full of action, It is silly at times and ruined the whole film.

Marcos S (us) wrote: Um dos grandes representantes da New Wave Britnica, o filme conta com uma direo corajosa de Anderson e um trabalho simplesmente impecvel de Harris. Clssico obrigatrio!