Gray Matters

Gray Matters

Sam and Gray are such a well-matched pair that it is difficult to believe they are brother and sister rather than husband and wife. They both share a love of 1940s movies and dancing, and when they meet Charlie, they have something else in common: They both fall in love with her. Sam must deal with unexpected feelings of jealousy, while Gray struggles to come to terms with her sexual orientation.

They finish each other's sentences, dance like Fred and Ginger, and share the same downtown loft--the perfect couple? Not exactly. Gray and Sam, are a sister and brother so compatible and inseparable that people actually assume they are dating. Mortified, they both agree they must branch out and start searching for love. He'll look for a guy for her and she'll look for a gal for him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Gray Matters torrent reviews

Keith R (fr) wrote: Quite a profound little movie, this one :)

Travis K (kr) wrote: a calming, and at times, absorbing, view into the mystifying world of Gerhard Richter creating art.

Diego C (es) wrote: Le doy 4 estrellas solo porque est TITO ECHAVARRIA !!!! Falt Emilio y Francella!! Y "El Dragon" jajajaja no pude verla seriamente porque estaba Tito... pero simple, pias, minas en bolas y cero contenido, pero para los Argentos es nostalgia...

Glenda Marie A (fr) wrote: It's one of those films which could change your perspective forever.

John T C (jp) wrote: Good not great love story using the internment of the Japanese during wwII. Love story so-so, shedding light on the treatment of the Japanese during this time is the heart of the film.

Ben L (mx) wrote: It's been about 20 years since I originally saw Total Recall, but I don't know why I waited so long to watch it again. This movie has so many aspects that I absolutely love. It's in a sci-fi future world, it features an unlikely hero defying all odds, and it has a twisting plot that messes with your mind. I cannot express how much I love the fact that the movie continuously makes you question whether anything is really happening or not. I also adore the crazy practical effects. They use squibs to make the gunfire realistic, and awesome rubber faces for some of the gross-out moments. There are certain elements that aren't perfect, for instance I'm not a huge fan of the big machine being made by aliens, because that feels kind of contrived in the universe they created. But I connect to the story so strongly that I'm willing to forgive anything that might be considered a misstep. Arnold Schwarzenegger is perfectly fit for the role of Quaid, because he seems convincing as an every man and a secret agent. Naturally, Michael Ironside and Ronny Cox are brilliant as the villains as well. They always excel in those kind of roles, just like Sharon Stone who is an amazing femme fatale. If I were to complain about any of the stars it would be Rachel Ticotin because she doesn't quite convince me in her action sequences. Without question Total Recall is a movie that has a lot of ingredients I love, and I think it's one I should add to my collection so I can watch it again and again.

Robert B (kr) wrote: Sonatine (Takeshi Kitano, 1993)While Takeshi Kitano has worked in any number of genres over the years, when it came to directing, he started with the yakuza film. Many great Japanese directors do (Takashi Miike was getting his start directing V-cinema yakuza flicks around the same time Kitano started, for example). But in front of the camera, Kitano had already spent years as a sketch comedian. It was inevitable that eventually these two disciplines would cross in his work. It ended up not taking long at all; Sonatine, Kitano's fourth picture, blends action and absurd in such a way as to have become a favorite of many of Kitano's fans.Aniki Murakawa (Kitano) is a Tokyo-based yakuza who runs an inept, but lucrative, gang. Their boss sends the whole crew to Okinawa on what seems to be a routine mission-but when they get there, they find out it's anything but routine and suspect they've been set up. Wounded, the gang retire to a local deserted beach to lay low, heal, and plot their revenge. On their first night there, Aniki rescues beautiful, nave Miyuki (Aya Kokumai in her screen debut) from an assailant, and for a time, the cares of the world slip away, and the beach hideaway becomes a world apart...but revenge is always knocking on the door.This should be obvious, but it seems to have not been for some people: this is not a typical gangster movie, any more than the gangster movies of Kitano's idol Jean-Luc Godard were actually gangster movies. If you go into this expecting endless gunplay, you're going to hate it. The core of the film is the time the characters spend at the beach; the yakuza stuff surrounding it is a frame. (Compare and contrast to Godard's Pierrot le Fou, to which this film is an homage, or one of Miike's best efforts, The Bird People in China, which cleaves to the same theme.) It's not about action, it's about soul-searching and redemption and all that stuff that features so prominently in Kitano's comedic films (Kikujiro is an obvious choice here, and Achilles and the Tortoise is another qualifier). And if you go into it looking for THAT, you're going to get much more out of it. Personally, I think it's a wonderful thing indeed, and recommend it without hesitation, though it's not as good as Kikujiro. *** 1/2

Scott R (es) wrote: A cute romantic comedy.

Pete S (de) wrote: A movie bizarrely at odds with itself. Its attempts to be an accessible thriller/mystery.

LA L (us) wrote: A really funny and fun film with a killer soundtrack; a must-see for any rock fan, metal head and -- of course -- and real member of the KISS Army!

Christian del Piero L (br) wrote: Muy cmica en realidad, sencilla en temtica y muy bien llevada a cabo.El humor de Jim Carrey resalta en todos los tonos cmicos que tiene la pelcula, no tiene manera de detenerse aqu, llevando su carisma un poco desesperante pero entretenida a extremos tan irreverentes en el buen sentido.Es una comedia familiar que no intenta ser brillante, sino bsicamente lleva el problema de su protagonista a una travesa sencillamente alocada donde se puede, en parte, simpatizar con el protagonista en cada situacin que acontece y lo complicado que es.LIAR LIAR (1997) "Ofrece grandes dosis de risa, donde el desenfreno y el humor fsico funcionan como sus grandes privilegios"

Bonnie M (kr) wrote: I haven't been so profoundly affected by a film in a long time. Leaving the theater I wanted to hold on to the feeling I had listening to and watching Brando. He seems to have done a lot of introspection and I learned so much about his very interesting life and how he saw the world. Hearing it all from his perspective was a true gift.