Letters to Juliet
An American girl on vacation in Italy finds an unanswered "letter to Juliet" -- one of thousands of missives left at the fictional lover's Verona courtyard, which are typically answered by a the "secretaries of Juliet" -- and she goes on a quest to find the lovers referenced in the letter.
When young American Sophie who dreams of becoming a writer and travels to Verona, Italy, home of the star-crossed lover Juliet Capulet of Romeo and Juliet fame, she joins a group of volunteers who respond to letters to Juliet seeking advice about love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Letters to Juliet torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: There's a lot of mumbling and loud background music/noise in this movie, so it's difficult to actually hear what they're saying, which's kind of annoying. Nevertheless, a decent movie and - as always - a great performance by Cameron Monaghan. But it never became more than a hilarious comedy to me, not even resembling a horror or drama story.
(de) wrote: Amazing!The cut-throat legal world of record companies vs. artists.In particular, the insane lopsided war between EMI and Thirty Seconds to Mars.
(nl) wrote: After seeing and loving Josh Radnor's second film, "Liberal Arts", I had to check out his debut. I'll admit, maybe my expectations were a bit high going in, and for a change, my expectations were met, if not exceeded. Another great film. I will officially see anything else Josh Radnor makes. He's just so damn likable, and his films are so damn likable. I don't even care if both films cover a similar theme of coming of age in your late-twenties/early thirties. It's a theme I can connect with and one he does well. This is just a really solid movie. I think I give "Liberal Arts" the slight edge, and it might just be because it focuses on less stories, but he's two for two in my book. Hell, I may even give "How I Met Your Mother" another chance.
(de) wrote: Concept is fine, but everything about the execution just sucks. Piss poor composition, storytelling, performances, everything, etcetera, blah blah blah.
(ca) wrote: As scary as it was, I watched it during the day ... had to close my eyes, but I did enjoy it.
(fr) wrote: Low budget, cliche characters. It has one of the most overused plots, and it added absolutely nothing to the mold. The lead was likeable. Maybe it's because I'm not a chick, my wife liked it.
(br) wrote: Friday, November 1, 2013 (1989) Casualties Of War WAR/ SOCIAL COMMENTARY Based on actual events which is like the war equivalent of "Prince Of The Sun" centering on war crimes committed by American soldiers against the Geneva convention during the Vietnam war- not about the atrocities committed by the Vietnamese army. The movie directed by Brian DePalma focuses on a particular situation which I'm sure far worst things used to happen in Vietnam, and the atrocities are far worst back then as opposed to what's happening in "Guantanamo bay" or the war in Iraq and Afghanistan put together, but just the same illegal acts are always committed-it's whether they can get caught and charged for doing it is the real question. Stars Michael J. Fox playing ethical American soldier Eriksson for while there had just witnessed a heinous act committed by Sgt. Tony Meserve played by Sean Penn which regards a raping of a defenseless Vietnamese girl and then shot in cold blood for a cover up. We are witnessing this event and more in accordance to Eriksson's point-of-view almost in the same tradition as "Platoon" directed by Oliver Stone. And although, it's based on a book written by Daniel Lang, I was already aware about this which doesn't seem like nothing I didn't know already from documentaries and so forth such as Vietnamese women raped or being prostituted before being abandoned leaving them to look after some American soldiers children( which this was shown from one of the "Missing In Action" movies, and torture tactics also committed by American soldiers. I liked this movie at the time I saw it which was like back in 1989 by means in accordance to a single person but it's like what about the other stories... don't they need to be told as well for it only dwells on one incident out of many. Because the US is not a Third World country always have to hold to a higher standard. 2.5 out of 4 stars
(nl) wrote: A childhood favorite.
(ca) wrote: Tycoon is a decent film. It is about engineer Johnny Munroe who is enlisted to build a railroad tunnel through a mountain to reach mines. John Wayne and Laraine Day give good performances. The screenplay is a little slow in places. Richard Wallace did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the drama and adventure.
(it) wrote: This was a different type of role for Katherine Hepburn, and she is really good. You feel her uncomfortable pain.
(gb) wrote: I didn't like this movie so much but I enjoyed it a lot. And oh.....my. Miss Kensington. Vanessa. When she walk out from the door, I immediately fell in love with her. Man! She's too damn gorgeous for me. I could watch her all day long. For that reason alone, I give 3.5 for this movie. My actual rating is 3.
(kr) wrote: I just loved Heston's character.
(ca) wrote: Hard to go wrong with all the talent involved here both in front and behind the camera, it's pretty much an acting seminar, with robinson doing the best job i felt, he has prolly the most lines and is the most memorable character, i know it's based off a play and does feel kinda stagey at times, but it's still quite riveting, with the approaching hurricane outside adding to the tension inside between the gangsters and the protagonists, any fan of old hollywood noir films will enjoy this
(au) wrote: Wonderfully affecting movie, a real charmer.