I'll See You in My Dreams
A sudden loss disrupts Carol’s orderly life, propelling her into the dating world for the first time in 20 years. Finally living in the present tense, she finds herself swept up in not one, but two unexpected relationships that challenge her assumptions about what it means to grow old.
In this vibrant, funny, and heartfelt film, a widow and former songstress discovers that life can begin anew at any age. With the support of three loyal girlfriends (June Squibb, Rhea Perlman, and Mary Kay Place), Carol (Blythe Danner) decides to embrace the world, embarking on an unlikely friendship with her pool maintenance man (Martin Starr), pursuing a new love interest (Sam Elliott), and reconnecting with her daughter (Malin Akerman). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
I'll See You in My Dreams torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Joseph Gordon-Levitt carries this film. However, it isn't enough for it to be passable as the film lacks direction, even with it's admirable intent. There just isn't enough riding on the premise and characters for me to care enough. Disappointing.
(mx) wrote: This looks pretty funny
(de) wrote: A creative and witty drama that is often confusing and vague.
(nl) wrote: 30 years old this year, and still fantastic, not many movies of that era (especially not surf ones) have aged as well as B.W. By far one of the best coming of age & surfer movies of all time. BRILLIANT :-)
(mx) wrote: A technical marvel that plods along at several points, making the whole interesting only via some individual scenes rather than a cohesive narrative. Perhaps I was overly disconcerted by reading English subtitles, hearing a native tongue, which was followed by Russian spoken translation. This especially showed when the native tongue was spoken English. With conclusions as simplistic and biased as American films featuring unidimensional Russian baddies, all US citizens are seen as decadent debauchery addicts who rape the land wherever they walk. So too was the land owner a callous evil, though this conclusion could easily be argued in reality. Overall I'd say it was excellent for a person doing film studies, but as a viewer wanting entertainment the pace is very slow.
(it) wrote: This is a highly underrated spy thriller that was a childhood favourite of mine and despite some outdated technology and a plot that revolves around an Atari video game cartridge, it holds up remarkably well over twenty-five years later. I think the measure of its success is how good a job it does at appealing to both children and adults; the movie was definitely made with young audiences in mind, but the storyline is exciting and fast-paced (not to mention violent) enough that it doesn't feel like some watered-down kid's film and will entertain viewers of all ages. This was Henry Thomas' follow-up to "E.T." and he does a terrific job here in a role that any young viewer can identify with: an imaginative kid who gets caught up in a serious situation, but can't get anyone to believe him. The film is also a great showcase for Dabney Coleman in the dual role of the young protagonist's stern father and the kid's imaginary spy friend, Jack Flack. As a whole, "Cloak & Dagger" is a lot of fun as a nostalgia trip, but still works as a standalone film.
(fr) wrote: This film is hands down the greatest in Chaplin's canon as far as I'm concerned. It's his first crack at drama and it's about as flawless a film as he ever conjured. Pity that its popular and commercial failure discouraged him from ever revisiting this kind of movie. It is, quite literally, one of a kind.
(nl) wrote: It's average at best, it doesn't really do anything worse than the previous films nor does it do anything better. The plot is scrambled and not too satisfying, and the character variety is lacking in comparison with the previous films. Some of the effects are a step down.