Going the Distance

Going the Distance

Erin and Garrett are very much in love. When Erin moves to San Francisco to finish her journalism degree and Garrett stays behind in New York to work in the music industry, they gamely keep the romance alive with webcams and frequent-flyer miles. But just when it seems the lovers will soon be reunited, they each score a big break that could separate them for good.

The movie centers on Erin and Garrett, who fall in love one summer in New York City and gamely keep the romance alive with webcams and frequent-flyer miles when Erin heads home to San Francisco. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Going the Distance torrent reviews

Benjamin J (nl) wrote: Worst horror movie ever. If this isn't some high school kids film project, I'd be shocked!

Shaun B (ag) wrote: Entertaining but slowly degrades downward into sappiness with a slightly heavy hand in displaying a good message with flawed people played by great actors.

Kaija B (nl) wrote: Bizarre, though it would have been better if they had just shown Angelina more. Still, decent eye candy.

Kris W (au) wrote: Good debut film from one of the best directors of the past 20 years, whose credits include indies such as "My Own Private Idaho", "Drugstore Cowboy", and "Gerry", and bigger films like "Good Will Hunting", "Finding Forrester", and "Milk". The lead actor, Tim Streeter is really good, surprising his career was limited to this film and 1 episode of 21 Jump Street. Walt Curtis: [voice over narration] Working in the store Sunday all day, I want to drink this Mexican boy Johnny Alonzo from L.A. near Riverside. He makes my heart throb. When I see him. Walt Curtis: [voice over narration] I wanna show this Mexican kid that I'm gay for him. Walt Curtis: [voice over narration] I fucked him. Mala noche. Every street Mexican on sixth will think he can stick it in me with are wrong. But they never were too smart to begin with or they wouldn't be here.

Tim S (au) wrote: Poor Lon Chaney Jr. I always felt sorry for him because after the success of the Universal monster movies he could never seem to find material to keep him on the path of the same success. Sure there were a few hits here and there, but none that really measure up to say The Wolfman. Indestructable Man is one of his more forgotten films, and I can easily see why. It's one of those late fifties sci-fi B movies with a plot full of no logic at all and effects which were mostly standard because they were so cheap to produce. The story itself has been used many times in different decades, but its pretty much the same everytime: bad guy dies, bad guy is brought back to life, bad guy reeks havoc on those who wronged him. Pretty standard stuff really. Thankfully we have the crew at Mystery Science Theater 3000 to make things a little less boring.

Matthew H (nl) wrote: 21 Grams is the kind of "jigsaw puzzle, one piece at a time" movie that is extremely risky and confident, but might not always pay off. Luckily, 21 Grams' emotional payoff is one of the best I've ever seen. It carefully skips clichs of the genre, and tells its story with explosive acting and expertly crafted screenplay. It has round characters who are worth caring about, and an ending that is completely satisfying. This movie is very underrated, and director Alejandro Gonzlez Irritu deserves much credit and praise for creating a well-meaning and powerful tale of redemption, loss, and sorrow.

Barry H (jp) wrote: This movie in my opinion is better than the first! Definetly worth a watch!

David P (it) wrote: Its decent but definitely worse then what it could have been. Kevin James shines quite well in this movie as the main protagonist but the movie lacks a lot of humor and some storytelling in it. They are a few well-done thought-provoking moments and several good laughs but it takes longer to get to them. Most of the movie's semi-success does rest on the character of Kevin James.

Sujay H (us) wrote: This was baaaad. Ok it looked really pretty with the anime style, but the plot and writing were lame. The action and voice acting were just ok. Stay away from this one.

Jackie M (ca) wrote: Just a tad over the top in believability but all in all was pretty good in the suspense factor.

Jacob M (it) wrote: One of my absolute favorite Disney films. The story of Tarzan is one that has been told a million times, but not with the same amount of heart that this one has. The pure emotion that the animated face of the titular character gives is breath taking. For a character with few lines the audience feels connected to him the most on just facial features and body language. The vocal talents all give great balance to one another. For the quiet Tarzan he is paired up with the boisterous tantor and other wild buddies to play off of. I can't recommend this film any higher to animation lovers across the globe.