Happy Tears

Happy Tears

Two sisters return home to care for their aging father.

Two sisters, Jayne (Posey) and Laura (Moore), return home to deal with their ailing father Joe (Torn), only to face some surprising situations. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Happy Tears torrent reviews

Ahmed M (br) wrote: It was not quite as great as it's predecessor, but Don 2 does not disappointing and is a great movie. It has everything you were expecting from a Don movie, suspense, action, and a an interesting story. The film's opening sequence however is boring and the movie does not quite pick up it's pace till the 30 minute mark, but once it does it is an interesting watch. Also, actors such as Shahrukh Khan, Om Puri, Priyanka Chopra, Boman Irani, etc, have all done a good job in their own roles respectively.

Leonela S (ag) wrote: El buen cine colombiano

angeljo f (jp) wrote: ITS SO COOL I LOVE SANTA DONT YOU

Sue S (mx) wrote: It had some moments. Some minutes. Kevin Costner sure liked him some killing.

Hawk (ca) wrote: A lot of critics, I don't think. quite knew what to make of this film: it is hyper over the top. is incredibly dark, yet also steals elements from the video game Mario Kart, and tries to send a message about the private prisons at the same time. It's an interesting matchup, one of which the medium of movies was, I'd argue. tailor made for.. There are some not so great elements at play too including a rather annoying shaky cam, but I could overlook them easily enough.

Niklas K (fr) wrote: Savior is a touching and dramatic story with a strong anti-war message that gives a decent depiction of the Serbian conflict. However, It is far from perfect: the picture and the special effects are mediocre, the film skips a couple of large chunks of time with barely any explanation, and the acting is competent at best. My biggest problem was Dennis Quaid's character being utterly devoid of any emotion throughout the majority of the film, even when he is with his family before they are killed! It's like following the adventures of a brick, who loses his brick family, but saves and risks his life for the care of a brick baby. All grievances aside, the film is well written and portrays both sides of the conflicts without bias (both sides being equally as evil as the other). As far as entertainment value, I'd give it a 2/5; it's not the type of movie you should rent with your buddies on a Friday night, but if you are looking for a decent commentary on the Serb-Croat conflict and don't care about great acting and special effects, then go for it.

Prateek G (ag) wrote: I have very positive memories of this movie. A great story.

Greg B (de) wrote: On my list as one of the worst horror movies ever made. Complete garbage the doesn't even deserve to earn 1/2 a star. You want to know how bad this is? I enjoyed the made for TV sequels 3 and 4.

Lisa Michelle A (us) wrote: Sounds decent enough.

Mark V (ca) wrote: I enjoyed the movie as a youngster but it seemed to have a creepy message to it.. If your stepdad is abusing your little brother, don't tell mom or the police... No instead build a plane out of a wagon and roll him down a bluff... Smh. Early 90s were a strange but interesting time for family films. Lots of talking dogs and abusive step parents

Joey S (us) wrote: A movie that is light on plot and characters, but still makes for good entertainment. It won't make you think deeply, but Point Blank has more than its fair share of chases and thrills to keep you engaged.

Jocey D (jp) wrote: Entertaining. Smart. Sweet and innocent.

Aj S (br) wrote: The movie is a very classic Hollywood 30s gangster film. The style is there, the characters, the story is different in a way but maintains its goal. After seeing "Public Enemies" and learning that this was the very movie John Dillinger saw just before he was gunned down it had a very haunting similarity. You can see the human irony of it all that in a way Dillinger knew that he would someday meet the same demise as the gangster portrayed on film. The movie itself is very good, Clarke Gable, William Powell, and Myra Loy are terrific all together on screen. However the only angst I had with the film was its editing, it seemed somewhat choppy and incomplete, and I was able to notice that even though smart editing is supposed to be "invisible". Overall its a great watch especially after seeing "Public Enemies", makes you want to watch more and more 30's gangster flicks, which I may very well do.

Mad M (us) wrote: It's alright, just a little better than a made for sci fi channel movie. Duncan MacLeod is not in it; okay, he has 2 lines and they are both over the phone... he does not even make a physical appearance. Not memorably, just mildly entertaining.

steve p (gb) wrote: probably the best slasher movie title ever

Montag S (jp) wrote: always a delight to see Shirley Maclaine and Michael Kane together in a movie but this one has a great plot and lots of juicy twists!!!!

Jeri E (kr) wrote: This is such a darling animation to see. It ranks up there with the animation movies as in UP, Finding Nemo and Toy Story in my book. Not sure why I never heard of it in an advertisement. Had it not been for my daughter and grandson watching this I would have missed out on this gem.