Get Over It

Get Over It

When Berke Landers, a popular high school basketball star, gets dumped by his life-long girlfriend, Allison, he soon begins to lose it. But with the help of his best friend Felix's sister Kelly, he follows his ex into the school's spring musical. Thus ensues a love triangle loosely based upon Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream", where Berke is only to find himself getting over Allison and beginning to fall for Kelly.

The movie is a comic look at a romantic problem that has plagued mankind since the very first boy-girl breakup: how's a guy supposed to survive in a world where ex-girlfriends continue to exist ... and attract? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Get Over It torrent reviews

jerold c (it) wrote: Summary: bad things happen in life. Skip it.

Randy T (nl) wrote: Sometimes disjointed but never dull, Until the Light Takes Us offers an insider's point of view into the oft misunderstood culture of Norwegian Black Metal.

Mike G (jp) wrote: Cool movie. Loved the look back at all the games, while the geek in me cringed as the film showed some fine specimens of geekitude. It covered a lot of material but seemed like it could have used a little more editing.

Mrs Breaeale (es) wrote: Okay so i never finished the movie, I still have to go and rent it and finish it. But it's a weird movie based on a true story.

Mohamed A (es) wrote: that is very interesting film

Ian M (fr) wrote: Shows the real feelings of becoming gay from both sides. Shows just how difficult in can be. Well acted and sweet.

Justin B (ag) wrote: I actually never heard of Smoke Signals until a ton of my Native friends told me to see it. With my watch instantly on my Netflix, I decided to search for it, and lone be hold, there it was. The story is pretty deep and entertaining, but the acting could of been a little better. Well it is an independent film, so actually they did an incredible job. This is one of the better independent films to come out. Even if you guys know nothing about Native Americans, or reservations, or anything like that, you should still see this movie for a good laugh and a good heartfelt story. Or else there will be a fry bread riot for sure.

Daniel P (ca) wrote: The chemistry between Harrison Ford and Sean Connery and an action-packed plot make Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade just as fun and thrilling as Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Marcus W (jp) wrote: Good, but not as good as it thinks it is.

Simon D (jp) wrote: Pretty good classic film with a very good cast, exploring the idea of a military coup in the USA.

Matthew D (jp) wrote: The culmination of a lot of threads Hitchcock had been developing in his movies since the start of his career; an attempt at the perfect murder, a study of the premeditation of the psychopath who perceives he's been slighted, a character who writes mysteries, the single setting. In combining these all in one picture it would be fair to say the director had perfected them, however, it borrows elements from his own Rope and Strangers on a Train and it suffers by comparison: the plotter is not as memorable as in the latter film, the single setting not used as effectively as in the former. The suspense is simply not as great as in those two movies because it doesn't have Farley Granger who acted as the audience identification in both previous works. Furthermore, Dial M for Murder suffers from starting with a huge info dump, the kind Rope hid much better. Still if you kept up with all the exposition you'll certainly want to stick through to the end to find out the answer to this twist on the detective story, and in this sense it is a success.