Just Like Heaven
Shortly after David Abbott moves into his new San Francisco digs, he has an unwelcome visitor on his hands: winsome Elizabeth Martinson, who asserts that the apartment is hers -- and promptly vanishes. When she starts appearing and disappearing at will, David thinks she's a ghost, while Elizabeth is convinced she's alive.
- Category:Romance, Comedy, Fantasy
- Stars:Reese Witherspoon, Mark Ruffalo, Donal Logue, Dina Waters, Ben Shenkman, Jon Heder, Ivana Milicevic, Caroline Aaron, Rosalind Chao, Ron Canada, Willie Garson, Gabrielle Made, William Caploe, Shulie Cowen, Billy Beck,
- Director:Mark Waters,
- Writer:Peter Tolan (screenplay), Leslie Dixon (screenplay), Marc Lévy (novel)
The movie revolves around a couple who live on different sides of the divide of life and death discover just how many boundaries love can cross. And they learn that fate really has put them both together. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Just Like Heaven torrent reviews
(it) wrote: climax could hav better
(au) wrote: Nicely constructed film, a few odd moments, with a sad ending.
(ru) wrote: Domino (2005) is one of my all time favorite films for it's time and yet still to date I can drop this movie in the DVD Player and kick back to enjoy the action. I haven't had a lot of time to get my reviews in on all of the movie I own or have watched being that their thousands upon thousands but as time passes I will get to it; I had to take a moment to express my views on Domino. This movie is filled with action, it's sort of the "21 Jump Street" on crack filled with a bit of "Natural Born Killers" love. Now I'm a huge fan of Keira Knightley and so far have liked every film she has performed in; this one still is my favorite of the lot. What more could you ask for in an action movie, tons of guns flaring, conspiracy, and the boat ride that just keeps burning to the ground while in mid float. Love it!
(it) wrote: Flags of Our Fathers sounded like an appealing war film, but the fact that it was directed by Clint Eastwood was my true motivation to watch itFlags of Our Fathers isn't the most entertaining or thought provoking war film. It attempts to be a war film that covers American soldiers as they directly experience the war head on which depicts the real horrors of the war while also revealing the nature of the political people who are supporting and causing the war while carelessly sending other people out to fight. But the problem is that the structure of the plot has it constantly flipping back and forth between some excellently crafted and strongly dramatic war sequences and some dull political scenes. The characters in Flags of Our Fathers aren't the most interesting bunch, and there are so many of them that I feel that I look at all the characters in the film as a list of unnamed soldiers which is truly what the war was about. Unfortunately by doing this, I failed to find myself connected to the characters in the film and therefore all of the sequences which are very character driven and are focused on what the characters are saying about the war instead of doing in the war simply did not grab me. There was a bit much talking in Flags of Our Fathers, and I was thrown off by the way that it constantly deviated back and forth between being a legitimate war experience and a depiction of the cowards that encouraged the war. So it isn?t the most well-structured war film, nor is it the most interesting. And the structure is also weighed down by the slow pace and the length of the film. Frankly, Flags of Our Fathers sees director Clint Eastwood at a very ambitious time, but unfortunately the film is ambitious to a fault because it crosses over its line and becomes a lot more focused on the theoretical side of war than it is on the practical side, so it is not one of the better films that he has directed.Also, considering that the story is sold from a third person perspective, it feels rather artificial as it has him who has never actually witnessed the war explaining how everything happened, and it just detracts from the realism while making the film a lot more of a tale which does not strengthen its impact. Flags of Our Fathers is a film which audiences are likely to question for its realism because it just isn't sensible to have such a character narrating a story while following a formulaic path. All in all, Flags of Our Fathers does manage to pay tribute to its soldiers in an honourable and mostly honest way, but it doesn't go about entertaining viewers precisely as well so as a film experience it is not a film which really conveys the same impact that the story did. I guess Flags of Our Fathers is also weighed down by the fact that in current society, war films have a certain formula created thanks to countless entries into the series, so it is clear what the film is going to say about its characters and how it is going to depict its events, and it doesn't really stand out as one of the more original or memorable entries into the genre. Flags of Our Fathers really is barely a half decent film all in all.The half of the film that is decent comes mainly from the visual aspects of the film. While it isn't dramatised to the best effect and doesn't break too much new ground as a war film, it is visually excellent. Thanks to Clint Eastwood's keen eye for strong imagery, Flags for Our Fathers captures the time and setting of its story greatly. With excellent locations captured with grand cinematography and firm editing, Flags of Our Fathers captures the true nature of battle in war greatly. There are some entertaining action scenes which are well crafted and thoroughly intense thanks to the strong realism of the situation, and they prove to be the most entertaining moments in the film which are very realistic and benefit from some strong sound effects and great sound editing for which the film scored two Academy Award nominations. The only real technical flaw in Flags of Our Fathers is that its musical score is effective but isn't used enough to truly capitalise on the drama of the situations that the story faces in its smaller scale scenes.The colour palette of Flags of Our Fathers was great though because although the film is done in colour, it maintains a very grim colour palette which leaves it in a state which is borderline greyscale without being actually black and white And the costumes are thoroughly convincing as well.Flags of Our Fathers is also a well scripted film with a strong cast.Although the characters don't make such a huge impact because they are essentially a lot of nameless figures, there are a few that I found memorable. The most notable actors to me were Ryan Phillipe for being given a character that he wa actually able to work with fairly well for once, Barry Pepper simply as he proved himself a convincing soldier in the war classic Saving Private Ryan and returns to the form for a second time in Flags of Our Fathers and Melanie Lynskey for appropriately portraying the kind of attractive charm that is necessary to a figure like Pauline Harnois Bragnon. But despite its visual skill, entertaining battle moments and the strong cast, Flags of Our Fathers is weighed down by an inability to transcend the predictable elements of usual war films and cannot breathe as much humanity into its characters as it wants to, making it simply a slow and dull war film with a bland plot structure which does not emphasise Clint Eastwood's best talents as a filmmaker or specifically as a creator of post-2000 war films.
(fr) wrote: Heart Touching Journey by Che.
(nl) wrote: This movie was a let down, the supporting male actors were a total joke, lame goofy humor and next to no plotline, I only wanted to see it because of Hottie J. Jackson, but even he couldn't save this tragedy!
(kr) wrote: - I've seen this one several times now and never get tired of watching it. I love the music, the acting, the fight choreography, and the stunning cinematography. A MUST watch!- Features a couple of the most beautiful scenes that I have ever watched! a MUST SEE film for its cinematography. Shot by Christopher Doyle.
(ca) wrote: Parenthood is a beautiful and hilarious movie with a great cast. Even if you aren't a parent, it is still very moving and poignant and deals with the themes of growing up, forgiveness, family, loyalty, compromise, sexuality, puberty, dealing with life's problems and, most importantly, love. Every Buckman family member's story was compelling and moving. My favourite quote from this movie came from Tod (Keanu Reeves): "You know, Mrs. Buckman, you need a license to buy a dog, or drive a car. Hell, you need a license to catch a fish! But they'll let any butt-reaming asshole be a father."Every actor delivered a brilliant performance, especially Tom Hulce as the dishonest, irresponsible gambler, Rick Moranis as the demanding, overachieving father and Dianne West, as the mother who loves almost too much and who tries to connect with her two emotionally distant, rebellious teenagers.Parenthood may be twenty-four years old but it is a classic that people will always be able to relate to.
(br) wrote: With the passing of Karen Black, I thought it was appropriate to revisit Five Easy Pieces. This is the Nicholson classic that people know for the "toast" scene but little else. It is a shame because there is a lot to mine here.
(au) wrote: Very witty and very entertaining to watch! Very good acting
(ru) wrote: A great movie about an awful movie director. This is definitely Tim Burton's best film.
(br) wrote: One of the most beautiful American horror films in years. A solid remake. The film has a gorgeous look to it. I was in awe of the cinematography. This is almost as good as the original. Well done Matt Reves
(br) wrote: A classic in its day.