In Case of Love

In Case of Love

Nothing heals a damaged soul like the sight of a small, adorable animal. In this film, a tiny cat not only heals a young woman reeling from the death of her mother, it also helps her find love with a lonely rock musician. Claire has been living in her own world until she meets musician James, whom she believes is her childhood sweetheart. At the same time, Claire also takes in a lost kitten, giving new meaning to her life. However, as her burgeoning romance with James begins to develop further, memories from the past are dug up, forcing them to face their ambiguous relationship and painful past.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:cat,  

Nothing heals a damaged soul like the sight of a small, adorable animal. In this film, a tiny cat not only heals a young woman (Haden Kuo) who is reeling from the death of her mother... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Leena L (es) wrote: While waiting the Black Mass film on Whitey Bulger to come out I went down to the darkness of intrigue, cover up, corruption and organized crime. Watch this and you get paranoid, and start wondering about a lot of things, or not. Things often are not what they seem.... Truly a fascinating documentary, which concentrates on the alleged relationship between Bulger and the FBI, not so much on his crimes as such. Worthy of your 2 hours easily!

Paul D (es) wrote: Light comedy with nice production values, but perhaps too light. A job well done with a low budget though.

Simone D (it) wrote: I liked it. I thought that it was a weird twist finding out who the killer was.

Jason D (fr) wrote: In Mutants, the seedy Braylon (Richard Zeringue) owns the Just Rite Sugar Company and has hired the equally sadistic scientist Sergei (Armando Leduc) to conduct an experiment to make an addictive sugar stronger than heroin or nicotine to increase his sales. Sergei uses hobos, junkies and street walkers as test subjects in the town of Shadow Rock Mill. When Braylon's men mistakenly kidnap Ryan (Derrick Denicola), who is the brother of his secretary Erin (Sharon Landry) and son of his security chief Griff (Louis Herthum). Ryan becomes an important non-contaminated subject. However, Erin receives some mysterious e-mails from the unknown Cinderella with a picture of Ryan and a hint that he might be in Shadow Rock and together with her father, they decide to seek out Ryan, but not without lots of corrupt security men and corporate villains after them. Oh yeah, at some point, a few zombies walk around. Literally. Don't let the current DVD cover fool you. That creature NEVER appears in the film. The original poster (with a close up of someone in a gas mask, is a bit more accurate. Cult genre actor Michael Ironside (Total Recall, Starship Troopers, The Machinist just to name a few) shows up for a few scenes as a leader in a top secret agency sent in to save the day...I guess. This movie is beyond awful. A complete waste of my time. I feel retarded for not doing my research before hand, because if I had known that Mutants was directed by the same hack who did Carnivorous (aka Lockjaw: Rise of the Kulev Serpent), I would have stayed far away from "Mutants". Horribly titled, horribly directed, horribly written film.

Adam F (jp) wrote: A flawed documentary on an all too often, undocumented subject. Worth seeing.

Aj V (ru) wrote: I saw this sports romance movie on TV about a month ago, and I thought it was pretty good, especially with the two hot stars Lowe and Swayze, but it could've been better, less predictable, I mean.

Jim A (mx) wrote: Following Godzilla's success we get another monster created from nuclear radiation running a mock. Like Godzilla it exploits fear of the nuclear age but its story is a lot more tedious and the human characters much less interesting not to mention the monster far less iconic. Still it has its charms as far as 50s monster movies go

Andrew I (mx) wrote: Much like a German version of the Bicycle Thieves, and almost as good in its own grim way. All semblance of humour is removed and wartorn Berlin doesn't look quite as picturesque as wartorn Rome. Somehow the focus on the boy, Edmund's, difficulties isn't quite as endearing as that of the father/son combination in Bicycle Thieves. Rossellini shows his class though. 8/10