Don's Party

Don's Party

Don's Party stars John Hargreaves as Don Henderson, a schoolteacher living with his wife, Kath (Jeanie Drynan), in 1969. Out of boredom, he invites a small group of friends to celebrate a predicted Australian Labor Party (ALP) election victory, much to the dismay of his wife.

The movie Dons Party is about a wild house party in a suburban Australian neighbourhood. Don Henderson convinces his wife to have another party so that their friends can gather to watch the... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Don's Party torrent reviews

Micki K (nl) wrote: This was a really great doc. that introduced me to another culture I didn't know.

Nolan M (ru) wrote: Completely unrealistic...stick to the true story of a bounty hunter Tony Scott.

JeanPhilippe G (ca) wrote: Terrible characters and a weak screenplay, Havoc has a great performance from Anne Hathaway and interesting scenes but as a whole is somewhat of a bore.

Sherry (mx) wrote: This is very funny^^

Matthew J (de) wrote: Despite the fact the pig is cute 'Gordy' is a painful mess without a single brain cell or a funny joke.

Lucy J (us) wrote: A firm favorite in our house for many years, surprised to see so many negative reviews!

Tom M (ru) wrote: The opening sequence is film-school perfect. We're talking A Touch of Evil, except maybe even better because it's not so show-offy. The rest of the movie is textbook cinematic storytelling. Fuller conveys so much information in camera angle and cutting that script and plot are almost redundant. Fuller's technique, along with some fine performances all around (especially Widmark, Peters, Ritter, and Kiley), elevates what could be a run-of-the-mill noir to something special.

Greg W (mx) wrote: another perfect western from the john ford/john wayne team

Alex M (ca) wrote: In one of his most straightforward films, David Cronenberg portrays the love affair between psychoanalyst Carl Jung and Sabina Spirelrein, a patient of Jung's who became a psychoanalyst in her own right, with great performances from Michael Fassbender and Keira Knightley. Viggo Mortensen also stars here as Sigmund Freud, and he and Fassbender do a great job of showing the collaboration turned rivalry between the two men. At times, it feels more of an HBO movie than a cinematic experience, but the great performances and production design help it ultimately rise above made-for-TV quality. 8/10.

pacificoduck (jp) wrote: "you got knocked da... F*** OWT!!"

Steve W (fr) wrote: The western genre is still alive and kicking, due to Quentin Tarantino and Tommy Lee Jones. This time around, its Mads Mikkelsen in Death Wish mode in the American wilderness, facing dastardly men who killed his wife and son. When the gang's vicious leader and corrupt sheriff come down, its a primal and all out bloody finale. Themes of revenge, corruption, and gun control litter this short and to the point western, for a well acted western that shows us the genre has some bite left in it.