Drinking Buddies

Drinking Buddies

Weekend trips, office parties, late night conversations, drinking on the job, marriage pressure, biological clocks, holding eye contact a second too long… you know what makes the line between “friends” and “more than friends” really blurry? Beer.

After losing her virginity, Isabelle takes up a secret life as a call girl, meeting her clients for hotel-room trysts. Throughout, she remains curiously aloof, showing little interest in the encounters themselves or the money she makes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Drinking Buddies torrent reviews

Aaron B (ru) wrote: Below average, low budget gore fest.

Mel C (gb) wrote: Slow to start but stick with it. Good fun

Charlton B (kr) wrote: I like the direction of this documentary that Ben starts in. He's begins to unwind the religious faith atheism requires and how science doesn't agree with or deny religion. I don't think he ever successfully finalizes that point. The movie begins to drag part way through. My favorite scene was his interview with a famous atheist author as he makes bold philosophically illogical contradictions.

Randall H (br) wrote: I almost feel shame for having watched this whole movie. How anyone over 25 could enjoy this movie is beyond me. An endless stream of obscenities does not make a movie funny. Ridiculous antics by cops are not funny. Puke gags and worse, are not funny. I just signed up for Rotten Tomatoes because I could not believe that 87% of people liked it! That ratings makes me seriously worry about our society. I wish I could give this negative 5 stars!

Aaron H (gb) wrote: A good look into the war in Iraq and how the soldiers handle it.

Charlie E (us) wrote: It's good like the first one

Robin v (br) wrote: apparently a TV movie done before we came to live in Canada, based on a play that must be very good, a touching story of deep questions like what gives life purpose and meaning. what regrets might you have at the end of life if you devote yourself to other things than relationships... fairly unflattering portrayal of health professionals, except the lovely nurse.

Joanna G (mx) wrote: the DVD said it came out in 2002. it actually seemed like it was 'current' even thought its plot time is not. don't know how much is fact in this movie, probably a lot is fiction. overall it was vastly entertaining to me.

Neal A (fr) wrote: Pretty good all around. Each segment was pretty short, so I'll excuse the lack of a concise plot from most of them. The animation was great, especially in the opening sequence and the "Franken Gear" segments. The music was pretty good too, so overall, it was a pretty solid movie.

Stacey T (de) wrote: Old school Clint, need I say more.

Andy D (br) wrote: Great film, even better soundtrack!

Gregory W (jp) wrote: dated but still watchable lifted by all star cast

Doc M (de) wrote: An above average weepy melodrama with superb performances.John Garfield proves his chops as the ambition driven violinist who puts his quest for musical stardom over everything, and everyone else, including the woman who gave him his start and has consequently fallen in love with him, Joan Crawford.The plot is covered in soap, but it's good soap. The melodrama moves along relatively well, and is bold for its time period. Unfortunately it doesn't completely stand up to the test of time. The ending seems a bit over-the-top and slightly contrived. The musical pieces that are so abundant throughout the film are especially good.What makes the picture really work, however, are the performances. Garfield gives his all and Crawford proves once again why she was recognized as a Hollywood icon. But the real standout was Oscar Levant. His turn as the cynically witty, down-on-his-luck piano player stole nearly every scene. It was possibly his greatest role. On top of that the rest of the supporting cast did a fine job as well.Overall, I highly recommend the movie to all classic film buffs, as well as to fans of Garfield, Crawford, and Levant. Despite its creaky plot and less-than-stellar writing it still manages to please.