A comedy that pays tribute to the science fiction genre -- specifically, the sub-genre of time travel. But here the alternate reality is contemporary New York City where past and future experiences of trust, commitment and denial are cleverly put to the test. Just as Ruby is beginning to relish her first-ever healthy relationship, Sam begins muttering about being a time traveler from the year 2470.
- Stars:Marty Davey, Marisa Tomei, Vincent D'Onofrio, Nadia Dajani, Holland Taylor, Tovah Feldshuh, Sean Gullette, Bronson Dudley, José Zúñiga, Sanjay Chandani, Cara Buono, Lianna Pai, Tamara Jenkins, Richard Portnow, Saidah Arrika Ekulona,
- Director:Brad Anderson,
- Writer:Brad Anderson
Ruby Weaver has man trouble: she tries to fix them, so she's stuck herself with a string of losers. Her current lover, Sam Deed, seems different: he's sweet, tender, just in from Dubuque. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Happy Accidents torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: I just can't avoid clapping for this kind of movies which carry more pacifism to tell us that we are all human, we are all a mixture of feelings, we aren't born different, and we possibly fall in love with people not alike us. "Michael Mayer" was not laying blame on anyone, just talking clearly to tell us as his hero "Nimir" said: "everything is on my c**k, I care about humanity". Political and moral contradiction which seen heavily here are the entrance to know how humanist work is done. It's not only an impossible homo love story enters under the skin between "Nimr"a Palestinian student (Nicholas Jacob) and "Roy" Israeli lawyer (Michael Aloni), it's how to find out points of convergence. The honest way of capturing the daily events and rounding look of each one of the lover was amazing, that could make it extremely romantic and deep, although we know that it will be ended with a tragedy. Nice cinematographic work, nice dark shots, lovely music, calm steady performances. I guess I consider the title as something spiritual more than eventual. The script develops from the love story to touch dangerous places politically and religiously to show a struggle or a shout for "Human Rights". I admit it's sharp to digest, not because the LGBT story it rests on, but because our futile ideological thoughts which you have to get outside of them, to see plainly "out in the dark".
(ru) wrote: What an amazing movie! It showed reliable proof that God created the universe and was just overall awesome!
(us) wrote: So bad I can't even believe
(us) wrote: Not as good as I imagined, but pretty interesting and quite amazing acting.
(ru) wrote: A good movie. Can't remember when I saw this last, but I think the guy who's the giant had passed away due to his condition.
(es) wrote: This is a favorite of my beloved and I. It's got everything a charming love story should have, including the tear-jerker ending. Anne Bancroft is at her New York best and Anthony Hopkins plays the dumpy, somewhat dreary English bookseller to perfection.
(de) wrote: I wouls definitely laugh my ass off during this flick, even though it's genre is "horror."
(it) wrote: Great performances from all the cast as, however the film at times feels slow part of that is because they are too many characters too focus on, aside from that the story is good if you like business movies, In the end, its a good movie.
(gb) wrote: Cringey sometimes, lack of narrative.