In this sophomoric comedy, a lusty adolescent British hockey team heads for Holland where they find something far more interesting than tulips and windmills--gorgeous, lusty women. They are so busy pursuing romance that they forget all about their upcoming match.
- Stars:Bill Paterson, Colin Firth, Timothy Spall, James Wilby, Daniel Chatto, Robert Addie, Michael Parkhouse, Adrian Lukis, Chris Beaumont, Guy Manning, Hywel Williams-Ellis, Colin McFarlane, Ian Michie, John Wells, Gusta Gerritsen,
- Director:Giles Foster,
- Writer:William Boyd (screenplay)
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Dutch Girls torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Cute movie, especially for dog lovers everywhere.
(ca) wrote: This is one of my favorite movies. James is a good director and is good with thinking out of the box. He creates a story that is creepy and interesting. It makes you wonder what's gonna happennext. I like the originality of it and the ending is definitely twisting.
(de) wrote: A bit slow, but excellen story. U get to see a very different side to WW2
(us) wrote: Great performances but somehow a chaotic story, too weak for a complete movie.
(gb) wrote: Teeming with both genuine pathos and sheer hilarity, Manhattan is Woody Allen at the pinnacle of his considerable prowess and is only made more brilliant by its gorgeous cinematography and the beauty of the city is so dearly admires.
(jp) wrote: A serious and heavy piece from Woody Allen. The repetitive negative emotions is suffocating at times and makes the film unbearable, but you could feel its soul lying somewhere around.
(us) wrote: one of my fave martin & lewis flixks-love the costumes, and shirley maclaine is so funny!
(gb) wrote: A fascinating character study with a legendary performance De Niro. A bit slow in the middle, but unquestionably a masterfully made film with lush cinema photography and impeccable direction by Scrosese
(ru) wrote: Chris Rock is an engaging performer and he seems like he must be a nice guy. I haven't really been following his career. This is the third feature film he has directed. He plays what you would have to assume is a version of himself, a famous comedian trying to branch out into more serious pursuits being interviewed by the New York Times. There is now a genre of these types of movies that blend reality and fiction, a genre that can be pretty fascinating and funny -- as in Tristam Shandy (2005) with Steve Coogan -- but which can also include horror shows like Jerry Springer's The Ringmaster (1998). Rock's film is somewhere in the middle. Rosario Dawson plays the Times reporter (and potential love interest) and their tete-a-tete ranges all over the place, covering alcoholism/sobriety, film criticism, reality TV vs. reality, and more. There are some "blue" moments (as in sexually explicit) and there is some raw language (no surprise) - but the general tone is affectionate and sensitive. The movie mostly succeeds as it ambles amiably along but it feels like we have been here before.
(gb) wrote: Discovered the subtitled upload on YouTube, definitely would be better on a smaller screen because the resolution sucked so now I definitely have to pick this up on Blu-Ray because the trailers make the whole thing look stunning. zIp would variously label this a $7.50 movie and hedge tolerates $8.