Helena from the Wedding

Helena from the Wedding

Newlyweds Alex and Alice host a New Year's Eve party for their closest friends at a remote cabin in the mountains. However, when an unexpected guest shows up, the group's facades begin to crumble.

Newlyweds Alex and Alice host a New Year's Eve party for their closest friends at a remote cabin in the mountains. However, when an unexpected guest shows up, the group's facades begin to crumble. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Helena from the Wedding torrent reviews

Dan O (fr) wrote: Good, if not great, film despite its Hollywood ending.

Ganesh S (kr) wrote: Department directed by Ram Gopal Varma is the most idiotic movie I have seen with the worst camera-work.The movie has big actors but no story!The movie deserves to be strictly watched only for Amitabh Bachchan's performance,otherwise just skip it!

Murat E (kr) wrote: fatih akn' n bence en nemli filmi.Nedense hep grmezden geliniyor. 1 numara. sper

Nick S (ru) wrote: One of the most despicable Disney sequels ever released. Skip this flick for your own good.

Stephen B (br) wrote: Milano at her most innocent and best. Really shows her personality and acting abilities.

Bobby H (gb) wrote: Avenging Angel is about a man who is trying to keep balance on the thin line between "revenge" and "justice". A preacher turned bounty hunter, the man knows he should never seek revenge, but spends the entire movie fighting himself from doing so after his family and a group of refugees are killed in his church. The movie has a little action, a fairly good soundtrack, some good scenery, and some romance. It's everything a western should be and rates high in my book. Anyone who is a fan of the era should obviously check this one out.

Scott R (kr) wrote: Poor writing and acting made for a movie I wish I had not seen.

Robert B (es) wrote: Blue Sunshine (Jeff Lieberman, 1976) Jeff Lieberman, it turns out, was quite the busy little beaver during 1976. First off, he released Squirm, a fun, intelligent ecohorror/monster movie in the vein of Frogs or It Happened at Lakewood Manor, but that doesn't play it anywhere near that straight. It was featured on the final season of Mystery Science Theater 3000, and has been unjustly maligned ever since; it's actually a pretty good little flick. And then he turned around and finished Blue Sunshine, a movie that plays it a lot straighter than Squirm. It faded into obscurity almost immediately in America, then went overseas in '78, playing in a handful of European and South American countries before once again disappearing beneath the waves. Thank god for the Catalans. Blue Sunshine was rediscovered early this century and screened-for what may have been the first time in a quarter-century-at the Sitges Film Festival in Catalonia, Spain, in 2003. It was a smash with the festivalgoers, and the Sitges screening led to the movie getting a proper DVD release for the first time ever. It's not terribly surprising that someone noticed, given that a number of folks in the cast have since gone on to bigger and better things. Plot: Jerry (Zalman King, the guy behind The Red Shoe Diaries in one of his final appearances in front of the camera) is at a party with his kinda-new girlfriend, Alicia (Tarantulas: The Deadly Cargo's Deborah Winters) and some old friends. One of those friends, in the middle of a song-and-dance routine, suddenly goes nuts and runs out the door. Jerry goes after him, but while Jerry and Alicia are out driving around, the friend backtracks to the house and kills the three women who remained behind. He also attacks Jerry, which leads to a foot chase back to the highway, where Jerry throws him in front of a truck. Needless to say, he's accused of murder and goes on the run. While hiding out, he sees a newspaper article about a Navy man who suddenly went crazy and started killing people. The two had one thing in common: they suddenly started losing their hair, and right before they went homicidal, they went almost totally bald in one fell swoop. Jerry and Alicia start digging around, with the help of David Blume (All the President's Men's Robert Walden), a half-burnt-out doctor and one of Jerry's oldest friends... who happens to be losing his hair. Trust me, I'm only scratching the surface of the awesome cast here. Mark Goddard (Lost in Space) and Ann Cooper (Seems Like Old Times) play a husband-and-wife team. Ray Young (Bagdad Cafe) is a bodyguard. The late, great Brion James (Bladerunner) turns up in a minor role. Bill Adler. Barbara Quinn. Stefan Gierasch. Alice Ghostley! And it's in no small part because of the stellar cast that the mystery plays here, even when you already know what's causing these people to go nuts (and if you've even heard of this movie, you probably know what it is). Jeff Lieberman, to date, has directed just five big-screen features. Of them, I have now seen four (the 1981 thriller Just Before Dawn is waiting for me at home), and I've found all four quite enjoyable. This is not deathless cinema by any means, but Lieberman is a whole lot better than he's given credit for. This one gets a solid recommend. *** 1/2

Jace L (br) wrote: An interesting look at the downsides of religious extremism.

Lee M (es) wrote: Costa-Gavras too often shortchanges the story's inherent drama for talky and strident speechifying. The result is an odd mix of compelling heavy-handedness.

Ashlin F (it) wrote: Would have been better with someone other than Tracy Morgan.

Jennifer C (ag) wrote: I really enjoyed this moving but I did not like the ending. I wanted to know what happened after that! Still, 4 stars for enjoyment!

Dusty L (es) wrote: 58% on my Tomatometer.

James D (us) wrote: This would have been a decent movie, if the ending hadn't been so dissatisfying in SO many ways. The last 15 minutes of the film are just bad. I won't spoil the ending, but it will spoil itself for you.