Set in 1959, Diner shows how five young men resist their adulthood and seek refuge in their beloved Diner. The mundane, childish, and titillating details of their lives are shared. But the golden moments pass, and the men shoulder their responsibilities, leaving the Diner behind.

The movie is a lively, poignant tale of group of college-age buddies trying to recapture their lost innocence in 1959 Baltimore two days before one of them's scheduled wedding. As 1960 approaches, they collectively deal with how to be truly adults. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Diner torrent reviews

Barry P (mx) wrote: not bad, for a cheap make, oz films generaly muck, getting better

Kay O (br) wrote: Austere is still an overstatement.........it is sparse......now i know i will never be able to play go......

David B (de) wrote: An interesting tale of ugliness and beauty. Countess Bathory, an aging crone, stumbles on a beauty elixir via the blood of young virgin women from the village. Worth seeing for Pitt's performance...what a beauty she was. However the emphasis of this film along with other Hammer films of the early 70s is mostly sex, big breasted women and dreadfully blurred peripheral characters. The director manages some interesting cinematic flourishes.

Jonathan M (jp) wrote: The idea of the film as a puppet-show is conceptually interesting, but the histrionics get to be a bit much. There are more than a few interesting shots, but it just never seemed to me that the content of the story was all that interrelated with the form in which it was being presented.

Keenan S (de) wrote: Knights Of The Round Table is a brutally underrated film. The mere fact that this film somehow has a 49% approval from the users is a crime because this film is fucking awesome. What's not to love about a film that has such an interesting storyline involving romance, back-stabbing, revenge, friendship, redemption, knights battling each other, awesome fight scenes, and so much more? I enjoyed this film more than most modern adventure films and most other films about knights in general. This film deserves much better response than it has received because it deserves to be acknowledged as a classic. This is by far one of the most underrated films of all time.

Dylan G (mx) wrote: Although it's more of a romantic drama than a comedy, it's still decent in it's own right! B

Jason K (de) wrote: Holy shit was this lame and heavy handed with unbelievably bad writing and directing.

Jeff B (kr) wrote: It gets points for comedy and for being a forerunner to the many blaxploitation films to follow, but otherwise it's just silly.