Forgetting the Girl
Kevin is obsessed with finding a girl who can help him forget his unpleasant past. However, all his encounters with the opposite sex inevitably go afoul. As the rejections mount, Kevin's futile search for happiness and love becomes overwhelmingly turbulent, forcing him to take desperate measures.
- Category:Action, Drama, Thriller
- Stars:Anna Camp, Joel de la Fuente, Caitlin Carmichael, Paul Sparks, Christopher Denham, Lindsay Beamish, Elizabeth Rice,
- Director:Nate Taylor,
- Writer:Peter Moore Smith (story and screenplay)
.Kevin Wolfe is a photographer is obsessed by unspeakable torment in the past. He finds all ways to forget terrible memories so he hopes to find the great woman to heal his hurt. After many efforts, will he escape the dark world in his past? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Forgetting the Girl torrent reviews
(us) wrote: pretty good as far as sports documentaries go.. #TeamHeat
(ca) wrote: Lazily acted, lazily scripted, lazily directed, Resident Evil: Afterlife is not only an absurd film, but a film that proves that filmmakers sometimes don't care about the storyline or the audiences. Awful movie.
(ru) wrote: Monster House is like a scary animation movie. Monster House is a movie about a house coming to life as a monster. This movie has a great plot. I would suggest this movie.
(gb) wrote: This is Lame-o! Pure low budget crappola. The villain's costume consists of a cheap maille shirt with a red band around his waist. It doesn't get any better, so stop watching it now.
(it) wrote: Pre was probably the biggest badass of all time.
(ag) wrote: I love this movie. It's hard to believe the John Doe never rode a motorcycle before this movie.
(fr) wrote: for all its verbal pyrotechnics, the film has the unmistakable narrative thinness of the filmed play. One of the results is that our sympathy for the eternally wisecracking Dreyfuss is stretched to the limit.
(fr) wrote: Amusing if decidedly minor comedy about men going crazy trying to figure out how to make a woman happy (without, of course, ever really seeming to talk to her).
(es) wrote: Elia Kazan's most personal film is a strange film.The film is the type of film by a master who after near 2 decades of success in film both commercial and critical got to make.The film looks and feels like nothing Kazan had done before.The film has more in common with the films of Bergman, Antonioni, Da Sicca and John Cassavetes in terms of mood and episodic fragments.I still don't know what happened and need to watch it again but this film is the type of so called "epic film" that shows that design and big vistas are not needed when the story, the plot and characters are so interesting.Haskell Wexler's photography is amazing the deep blacks and whites are beautiful and the shadows on the faces can bring one to tears.
(us) wrote: I remember this movie from when I was a kid. I watched it couple of days ago with my young siblings. Chuck Norris rulez.
(it) wrote: Bizarre story that I cared little for with a dumbass ending. Ugh.
(gb) wrote: It's good movie to watch
(ca) wrote: I had high hopes for this film to be good, but this goes away from the great formula that made the comics great. The film is also very short and the storyline is somewhat boring.