Goodbye to All That
Otto Wall is just a little unlucky in life, and unbeknownst to him, in love. When his wife suddenly asks for a divorce, he bounces between a search for answers, desperate attempts to stay connected to his daughter, and his fateful reentry into the dating pool.
When Otto Wall finds himself thrust back into bachelorhood, he has to navigate the good, the bad, and the weird of the 30-something singles scene. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Goodbye to All That torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Seed returns in "Blood Valley: Seed's Revenge", this time with new story and direction provided by Marcel Walz. Uwe Boll hangs back as producer on this sequel to the 2007 slasher horror. "Seed's Revenge" moves the nightmare into the desert of the southwest, not far from Las Vegas, where some girlfriends find themselves battling for survival against Max Seed's brutality. This one stars Natalie Scheetz, Nick Principe, Caroline Williams, Christa Campbell, Annika Strauss, Sarah Hayden, Manoush and Jeff Dylan Graham. "Seed's Revenge" takes on a whole different look and feel than the original film directed by Uwe Boll. This one has a modern grindhouse/torture porn thing happening that comes of more like Suicide Girls take on the Hills That Have Eyes. It just really doesn't fit the bases of what Boll created with the character and his mythos-what little there was of one. Max Seed still is just as menacing and brutal as ever, only in "Seed's Revenge" there seems to be less of a plot than in the original one. The cast do decent enough jobs at being lambs for the slaughter, but there isn't a strong continuity in the style that Walz chose for the full story arc to make an appearance here. Choppy scenes fragmented between the present and past events are more cumbersome than dramatic and emotional. I understood the intend of showing the powerful and gritty fate of the characters, then pull us into the more human, and compassionate side, but so often, and suddenly makes it almost unnecessarily broken-the story that is. It also confuses the intended effect. The special effects are half and half. The practical, bloody, full on graphic violence is still present in "Blood Valley: Seed's Revenge" , but the theatrical nature and religious overture of the sequences felt more ridiculous than artistic. Then there is that pesky CGI stuff that kills moments. Plus the moments that CGI was used in this film could have been done just as effectively through practical application. The soundtrack and atmosphere is acceptable, however it is over used a lot. Some scenes the music just bursts into the scene for no real reason-especially when the result is so underwhelming. Overall "Blood Valley: Seed's Revenge" is a let down. The story is a thin, fragile spectre of the Max Seed mythos, with more torture porn attention paid than actual, purposeful story. Plus the setting and deeper development of Max Seed's character, and a few others introduced, just seems convoluted. On a positive note, the kills are gruesome, bloody and brutal. There is no remorse or concern for audience tolerance. The ending that ties into the first film is a really cool moment in the film but not enough to save this sequel. If you set out to see the film just be warned that it is less impressive than the first film-by Uwe Boll-that that as you will.
(kr) wrote: You'd expect it to be poorly-acted due to the low-budget look. However this is one of the greatest movies I've ever seen. It keeps true to the source material and the life of one of the Greatest, most innovative Christian artists to have ever lived in modern times.
(ca) wrote: A low-budget Gervais movie which has so much potential, but ultimately fails to find the mark. Gervais plays his standard self-deprecating Brit character against a fairly strong Eric Bana in what is more definitely the lead role. The supporting cast are good, even though the portrayal of the Latin-American couple in New York is stereotypical (and bordering on racist) of under-educated immigrants. A bigger budget could have made this better, or maybe working with a company that's not Netflix so it actually has to draw a cinema audience rather than satisfying their contractual obligations to their customers. Despite this, there are amusing moments, but the plot twists were far too obvious.
(ca) wrote: I've been advised by a (Platonic) philosophy-expert not to refer to Zizek as a philosopher. So be it. But I'm still relieved that this film doesn't diminish my appreciation of/admiration for Zizek (the sage), physician of the body politic and psychoanalyst of society.
(it) wrote: It's one of those "everything and everyone is connected" movies. I wasn't compelled by a lot of it, but I could appreciate the screenwriter making all the twisty knots in the script work out. On the other hand all the coincidences were a bit much.
(mx) wrote: Considering this is a TV movie, the BBC did a cracking job - so much so that I might go and re-read the book. There is the usual chat/bollocks about this not being as accuarate as the real events, but it still an attention grabbing performance from all involved. If you want more info, then read the book, and the other books from the other members of the patrol that survived...and even the book about the book! No wonder Chris Ryan and McNab don't get on, as Ryan is portrayed as a real idiot.
(jp) wrote: mk one of the best to ever do it
(de) wrote: I loved this movie back in the day and would love to see it again!
(br) wrote: this movie kept me laughing the whole time. one of dudley moore's funniest!
(ca) wrote: "Stop calling me a lady! I'm NOT a lady, I'm an anthropologist!"
(ru) wrote: Gene Saks, (The Odd Couple) decides on another Nie; Simon story his life in Birghton Beach, in the charming and funny look into Simon's life. A personal memoir with moments of genius.
(fr) wrote: I don't understand why this film is disliked by so many. I found it quite suspenseful and interesting. It certainly falls away somewhat in the last act, but overall the unglamorous and gritty nature of the film is fascinating.There's a particularly good scene that, I suppose, the Coen brothers must have seen and liked because they remade it for "No Country For Old Men". I'm referring to a scene in which Newman is being chased by a vicious dog over land. He eventually crosses a creek and then grabs a pistol by its barrel and clubs the dog and drowns it to death. The similar scene in the recent Coens' film is equally as tense.Definitely recommend this movie for fans of spy realism -- Le Carre-- as opposed to spy fantasy -- Fleming.
(mx) wrote: I truly bizarre movie. The opening is one of the wildest you'll see anywhere. Also includes a great jitterbug swing dance scene.
(de) wrote: Wow! Amazing, intense film. Loved it!