I Married a Centerfold

I Married a Centerfold

Tenacious young engineer flips over the centerfold model he spots on television and embarks on a romantic adventure on a bet with his buddies.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:111 minutes
  • Release:1984
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:model,  

A tenacious young engineer falls in love with a centerfold model he sees on TV and embarks on a romantic adventure to win a bet with his friends to find, romance and marry her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


I Married a Centerfold torrent reviews

Anonymous P (fr) wrote: Picture Day is one boring movie! Tatiana Maslany is doing a good job, but the rest of the cast is not that good, or the director just wasn't paying attention on set. The story had nothing interesting in it. Everything was superficial and I could not connect to any of the characters. There is no drama, there is no comedy and I am seriously wondering where to put a movie like this. I would not buy a DVD nor would I tell people to go watch it. I was watching it emotionless and that is never a good sign. The camera work and the editing was basic, nothing special and not bad. Picture Day leaves me with nothing but wasted time.

Albert T (fr) wrote: This is a great movie for anyone interested in eating healthier.

Spencer S (es) wrote: If there was ever a film that was trying too hard, it would be "Jesus Henry Christ." It's this little indie darling that tries to examine the bonds of families and what makes up a family as well. It's pretty quirky which is its detriment. The beginning part of the film is probably the quirkiest with the most black comedy. It deals with his mother's (Colette) childhood, which is littered with members of her immediate family dying for different reasons, whether it be death by fire, accidental shooting, AIDS, or car wrecks, they're all in a long line. She's left with her father, who turns out to be a pretty unlikable and bland character. That's not an uncommon reaction to other characters as well. The film starts off thoughtful, looking into the psyche of Henry (Spevack), who turns out to be a child genius, and his mother, who is a left-wing working woman. Then it quickly devolves. There's a talking, one week old baby (completely implausible), the meeting of his biological father, Slavkin (Sheen), who meets his biological mother, and then Henry meets his sister, Audrey (Weinstein), who is beyond wicked. First she's a loner, what with her father writing a book about her, which is, by the way, a very cruel and unusual punishment. What the book actually contains is vague, and the impact of his work on his daughter really isn't evident, even in the telling last moments of the film. Weinstein has all the trappings of a sardonic teenaged muse, but she acts like an abused housewife a la Martha via George. The entire film gets very convoluted and vague half-way through, and instead of developing insight into familiar relations, it devolves into anarchy. Henry's intellect falls by the wayside, Slavkin comes off like an evil mastermind, and his mother loses all personality until she's basically forgotten. It started off so fresh and funny, and then it writes itself into a corner until we're left with nothing entertaining or insightful.

Sabrina U (it) wrote: I saw this movie last year at the AFI Film Fest. I really enjoyed it. Great dialogue, awesome scenery, shot in a great style. The girl is a little over the edge, but you felt for her. Totally would see it again!

Vj I (ru) wrote: Oh that Dawson. Just like Joey Potter, no matter what role he plays, he always uses the exact same mannerisms and does pretty much everything exactly the same as he did when he played Dawson. But since I loved Dawson's Creek it was fine with me. That being said, I wasn't able to change the channel and kept watching straight through and ended up being somewhat surprised at the watchability of it. It was better than expected.

Cosmin I (jp) wrote: Surprisingly funny and sweet

Eytan D (es) wrote: When compared with the many ghost stories that preceded it, "What Lies Beneath" doesn't offer anything new. Its cliches and overlong running time hinder it from being a superlative supernatural thriller. But what it lacks in originality it more than makes up for with terrific performances from Harrison Ford and Michelle Pfeiffer, a great eerie atmosphere, some genuine shock moments, and a slow-burn Hitchcockian build-up.

Frank P (us) wrote: Haven't seen in years. Forgot how intriguing it was.

Ryan W (us) wrote: I was tempted to give this one a lower rating, however the imagination of the film is so well displayed as certain Characters find themselves in their owner personal Hellish realms of horror. I think it deserves, a little bit of praise even though it's certainly not as good as the first. Oh, by the way... The Blood on the walls that said something like "Help me, I'm in Hell"... EEK

Tallahassee F (fr) wrote: This movie sets a new baseline for the word 'terrible'. Whatever fun is promised by the premise is absent from this movie. In its place are a bunch of ridiculous scenes with terrible actors trying to... shit, I don't know. Talk to each other about the weather I guess. My point is the story and dialogue are so boring that the FDA had them placed under the same distribution regulations as Dramamine. You might think the actions scenes of the titular Mega Shark battling his costar Giant Octopus must be worth the wait, right? Not so nonexistent person who gives enough of a shit about this movie to read the reviews. Footage of the creatures is frequently reused. Actually, saying that it is 'frequently' reused is like saying World War II was "a minor misunderstanding". Even a scene where our eponymous shark manages to leap 25,000 feet out of the water to eat a plane can't save this piece of shit. My advice: go watch Road House if you want a good bad movie.