Destination Wedding

Destination Wedding

Los Angeles interior designer Ellie Hamilton is helping plan her little sister’s wedding taking place in beautiful Acapulco.

Ellie Hamilton spends a lot of time planing her sister's destination wedding. When many guests arrive on a beach paradise, the bride and groom don't show up which makes everything become chaos. What will Ellie Hamilton and her ex-boyfriend, Greg do to deal with difficulties? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Destination Wedding torrent reviews

Vaughan M (kr) wrote: What a weird movie. It was ok I guess, but I didn't like the casting of Julianne Moore- she's been in too many similar roles before.

Mohammad A (us) wrote: ... I want my 120 minutes back, an inspiration horribly drawn from The Producers

Eric O (kr) wrote: pretty cool. i really enjoy how much they cover about product design: aesthetics vs. functionalism, symbolism, ergonomics, sustainability, etc.

Dunia C (fr) wrote: Fairytales is never die~TBatGFR is one of the best fairy tale ever. This movie is not just tell a simple bedtime story for kids but a huge story about a story, :D it is a miracle. Believe me!!

William B (mx) wrote: A ne pas revoir mme si certaines scnes sont sympas.

Gregory W (us) wrote: Not for the squeamish or faint of heart, but absolutely phenomenal

Nicole M (jp) wrote: This move was made awesome by David Morse! He had his Hack Series look and attitude going on from season 2 in this movie and I LOVED it! Bad ass!

Ryan M (br) wrote: All you need to know is that this is the 80's/90's Ski flick you've been looking for. Pure entertainment!

Justin B (us) wrote: Revolting and bizarre. I can understand the cult status; the makeup and prosthetics are wicked and the concept is awesome but the plot and characters leave a lot to be desired.


Luke R (ru) wrote: This is the kind of film that not everyone is going to enjoy. However, if your interests include cheap detective stories, Michael Caine, Mickey Rooney and/or literary witticism, this pic's for you.

L S (mx) wrote: Visually stunning but the lack of substance and excessive lengthiness make it a definite snoozer.

Sean L (ca) wrote: A very loyal, by-the-numbers adaptation of the first Hannibal Lecter novel, strangely saved for last in the Anthony Hopkins trilogy. It's about as direct a cut from page to screen as I've seen, which is refreshing, but something about the mood doesn't feel right. This is more of a procedural thriller than a psychological one, and that's fine if the screenplay is able to adjust appropriately. Instead, it keeps trying to push both sets of buttons, which makes this feel like two different movies under the same marquee. The lead casting is regrettable - Ed Norton feels flat and babyfaced as troubled ex-detective Will Graham and Harvey Keitel is terribly misplaced as Jack Crawford, his stiff supervisor - and even the more dependable act isn't completely up to snuff. Hopkins is a mild disappointment in his final turn as Lecter, over-enhancing many of the nuances that had always made him so harrowing in the role, and it's a reach to buy this as a prequel when he's so visibly aged in the interim. Ralph Fiennes is excellent as the madman Francis Dolarhyde, though, and Philip Seymour Hoffman nails his small role as a smarmy, mouth-breathing tabloid reporter. The film is mostly played for fan service, honestly, and at that it's generally very successful. It's far from essential, though, which is a shame. This could've been so much more with a better director and a few alternate casting decisions.

Jim F (ru) wrote: nuts. bloody stupid hamster