Jason Nash Is Married

Jason Nash Is Married

Jason is stuck living in the shadows of his more successful wife (Busy Philipps) and two young kids. When debt threatens to destroy his family, he jump-starts his career, a move that sends him down of a rabbit hole of nefarious characters and sociopaths. Along the way, he must confront a pedophiliac movie star, a chauvinistic therapist, a trust-fund cokehead and a painful discussion about who his wife would marry if he died. Yet when Jason finally finds success he realizes there's more to marriage than just paying the bills.

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Jason Nash Is Married torrent reviews

Chris M (mx) wrote: Fun slasher movie with some good moments and a few nice creepy sequences. It's nothing to write home about and it is pretty dissapointing as a whole film, but there's enough to wet the appetite of most horror fans.

Jerem M (gb) wrote: Director Marc Forster has had an up (Monster's Ball) and down (Stranger than Fiction) track record. This one is definitely on the downslope. Loaded with talent both on the screen and behind it, so little is effectively interesting. In fact the movie is a bore. You can try to make sense of the Lynch-ian imagery and schizophrenic editting, but in the end it amounts to... not much. The payoff is so cheap that the entire film feels like one big waste of time. It's unfortunate, because a lot of work obviously went into this production. Rent Forster's Finding Neverland for a more fulfilling experience.

Liam J (mx) wrote: China has done it, so had Japan then South Korea. Now its Thailands turn to take on the Spaghetti Western. And what a film they pulled out! a fantastic journey, beautiful colours, great soundtrack and supurb acting and direction. Highly recommended

Pavan R (mx) wrote: ad one....avoid it!!!!!!

scott g (gb) wrote: This wasent really funny but certainly was trying hard to be. it had a interesting concept. ringo playing a caveman casat out from his tribe and meeting new and interesting people and discoveries along the way and wanting to win back the girl who was the reason he was cast out. a lot of it falls flat and certainly misses a lot of marks. and if you like a film of physical comedy and grunting this is for you

Joe S (br) wrote: This film is beautifully shot. The setting feels quite claustrophobic and the camera is as in-your-face as the locals. It's not so much scary, like a thriller, but rather scary because of how apathetic people can become. This film will make you see the Outback in a whole new light.

Rory n (us) wrote: Lady and the Tramp is an all time classic Disney movie. It has all the adventure, romance, and music that defines a Disney movie. Even if you don't like dogs, I guarantee that the movie can still keep you invested in what's happening. The whole story functions as a love story and doesn't worry it self with some classic movie expectations, most notably an antagonist. Debatably the cats are the villains, but they are in the movie for 5 minutes tops and don't qualify as villains. And who can forget Bella Note, the main theme of the movie. That one song conveys emotions of all kinds and presented us with the famous spaghetti kiss, which would be re created in many pop culture hits. The movie has great characters, great music, and proves it is the best animal film Disney had made. Aristocats and 101 Dalmatians cannot compare to this masterpiece.

Valerie G (ru) wrote: It's just further proof that women will fight to the death over Cary Grant. And who wouldn't?

Tim W (us) wrote: Stupid and immature, not funny, and the "heartfelt" moments were forced and trite. No charm or fun, just annoying. Adam Sandler is an idiot.

Erica B (us) wrote: haha, I am with the audience on this one. This movie is a STINKER. I'll give it one star for Michelle Pfieffer

Brett B (au) wrote: Ray Harryhausen's spectacular, inventive stop motion creature effects make this film worth a look, but that's pretty much the only reason, as the acting is wooden and the script is fairly lifeless, even as it ticks the standard fantasy/swashbuckler boxes.

William B (ru) wrote: This film is a masterpiece. Great acting, fantastic cinematography and a timeless story make it a marvel to behold.

Matt D (es) wrote: There are moments when 'Hello, My Name Is Doris' is unbearably cute. But then there are moments that are unbearably uncomfortable. Sally Field gives a stellar performance and Max Greenfield is ridiculously cute but overall this is one of those films that wants to be quirkier than it really is.