Winnie Leung becomes more disturbed and depressed after her boyfriend Seth Lau breaks up with her and she turns schizophrenic - imagining events which never occurred, and often living in her own world- until one day she meets a guy named Ray, bearing a close resemblance to Seth. Seeing this, her best friend Yvonne encourages her to go out with Hou so she can forget her misery and start over. As time passes, Winnie realises that the relationship with Ray is so alike her previous relationship with Seth, and when things seem to be running smoothly, the relationship begins to sours, just like with Seth. She begins to doubt his feelings and the lines between reality and fantasy start blurring again for her, leading her to question: did this all exist in the first place?
Winnie Leung is a lonely woman that likes to make puppets and write her diary, and she misses her boy-friend Seth Lau, who left her after breaking up their relationship. Winnie leaves ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Diary torrent reviews
(es) wrote: casting was excellent. story was phenomenal. loved everything about it.
(it) wrote: Not as bad as I expected lol...
(mx) wrote: 3.5/5.0 starsSuper interesting.
(it) wrote: I tried to watch this one, but it couldn't hold my attention.
(es) wrote: a surprisingly decent little action movie, hunt to to kill stars ex wrestling star steve austin, and he has a good preseance here, as he dishes out some brutality on the guys who kidnapp his daughter, the movie isnt fresh or original, but its well made, and fun to watch, and the once the villians are entertaining, and kudos to british martial artist gary daniels, who is brilliant in this, his fight with steve austin is worth the price of admission alone, but in real life i think gary daniels would kick his arse, i recommend this to action fans, there's definatly some fun here
(gb) wrote: A solid, funny, surprisingly heartfelt story. James is complacency incarnate, living, as he says, "the life of unhealthy choices". Why? Because it's easy. And then he meets a girl who's absolutely crazy, and it jolts him out of his complacency. There are great performances by various Second City alums, and this is one of those Chicago movies that manages to showcase the city, not just in terms of landmarks, but also in terms of the oddball culture, so very well. Really great stuff, and worth a watch.
(es) wrote: There's not much better than unexpectedly running across a quiet, quirky film that tells a great story.
(kr) wrote: Show me the moneeeeey
(ag) wrote: Amazing and so funny.
(ca) wrote: After years upon years of obscurity in the United States, Hammer's third and final film into their Karnstein trilogy finally gets unleashed onto DVD and Blu-ray thanks to Synapse films. In an ironic twist the first two films in the series, "The Vampire Lovers" and "Lust for a Vampire", are now out-of-print and have become obscure in themselves. But I digress; the real question is was "Twins of Evil" worth the wait young and new fans of Hammer Horror to finally lay their eyes upon. I'm happy to give an enthusiastic YES as not only is Synpase's release fantastic, but I also found the film to be the strongest in the Karnstein Trilogy and one of the most overlooked gems in all of Hammer's extensive catalog.The story is in actuality a prequel to the previous two films, taking place before the sexy Carmella started making rounds by sucking the life out of rich young women in controversial Lesbian scenes. In this film we are introduced to the Karnstein family and how they became vampires by worshipping Satan. Knocking at their door is Peter Cushing (playing a different character than the general he played in "The Vampire Lovers"), the head of a vampire lynch mob called "The Brotherhood" eager to burn any vampire they come across. Things get complicated when his two beautiful nieces come to visit and our head of the Karnstein family want to make the gorgeous due his dark brides.The writers here seem to throw tons of material into the mix and somehow it all gels together with the vampire and witchfinding plots complementing each other perfectly. New comer director John Hough seems right at home in Hammer proving he had what it took to make a gorgeous looking gothic horror film with ample amounts of gore and sexuality for a an early 70s release.The real winner of the film for me is Peter Cushing, who gives perhaps his best performance of his career. "Twins of Evil" marked the first film following his return after his wife's tragic death and this anger and pain fueled his performance making his character, who is essentially a protagonist of the film, almost as sadistic and indiscernible as the villainous bloodsucker himself.The film can be criticized being even further removed from the Carmella novella source material and for having a heavy focus on heaving bosoms as many of Hammer films from the early 70's are but that just adds to the enjoyment (at least for a majority of the male audience) and giving the audience something different and refreshing. The gorgeous film-making and strong acting makes this entry a winner and not only my personal favorite of the Karnstein trilogy but also one from Hammer's impressive vault of films. Though this marks the end of the trilogy, some members of the Karnstein family would pop up in Hammer's "Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter" essentially making that film a pseudo spin-off.
(ru) wrote: This is not a bad Psychological thriller or bad Mystery thriller but the director did a good job on casting both John Cusack and Ray Liotta as the two leads. The story also takes you on a different journey when it revealed that Edward Dakota is to be revealed as one of Vincent "Malcom" Richards personalities and the events that happened in the Motel were created in Malcom's head from when he was a child. Great story and a great cast.
(fr) wrote: A Rom-Com Dissecting A Rom-Com, With The Lead Often More Synonymous Being An "Action Hero" Rather Than A Dorky, Loveable Bloke...Both Script & Performance Sink Fast, All The Way To The Bottom Of Coulda-been Lost-Romance Stories Junk-Yard. How Surprising These Actors (Usually Doing Good Stuff) Actually Thought This Was Going To Work...Cos It Didn't.
(ca) wrote: the animation is beautiful, the story line pretty steady. to much cursing for a family movie though.
(kr) wrote: In The Heart of The Sea is a movie directed by Ron Howard and starring Chris Hemworth as a ship's first mate..a story based on a real-life event in 1820, when the whaling ship Essex was destroyed by a white sperm whale and the crews' tribulations that ensues. This story in turn inspired the writer Herman Melville to write his famous novel, Moby Dick. This movie is a slow-burn, the first two-third of the movie is often slow & draggy at times. But the acting overall are good, especially Hemsworth and Brendan Gleeson (as an old crewman relating the story). The CGI whale also is realistic and majestic. The story only picks up nearing the end, with shocking revelations. The ending is neat and satisfactory. I give it a B.