Lola Versus

Lola Versus

Just three weeks before her wedding, Lola (Greta Gerwig) finds herself suddenly without a partner when her longtime fiance, Luke (Joel Kinnaman), dumps her. With her 30th birthday looming and being forced to re-enter the New York City dating scene, she feels adrift in a cold world. She leans on her friends (Zoe Lister-Jones, Hamish Linklater) for support but, after a series of romantic humiliations, professional blunders and boozy antics, Lola realizes that she alone is in charge of her fate.

Lola is 29 years-old dumped by her longtime boyfriend Luke just three weeks before their wedding. And Lola is forced to re-group as she cancels the wedding. While struggling to find happiness through sexual flings with her best friend, first dates with strangers, and attempts at re-connecting with her ex-fiancé, Lola realizes she';;;s going to have to find herself first before she can find love and happiness. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lola Versus torrent reviews

mike h (kr) wrote: what an amazing movie. I love movies about making movies, and this has to be my new favorite one to watch. So many great actors in this, I wish they made more movies like this. Its a shame that I probably won't see a great film like this for awhile. Its nice to find a hidden gem like this one to brighten my existence and get caught up in this wonderful masterpiece of movie magic.

Dunny R (kr) wrote: awesome movie, i grew up watchin debiruman and wast disapointed

Karl M (jp) wrote: A conventional love story told in the least conventional way possible. Even though it wasn't my favorite, it's very impressive.

Robert I (nl) wrote: Really good sequel. The formula doesn't wear out!

Jack B (de) wrote: could have been better

LitWit E (es) wrote: Depressive but really interesting!

LisaMarie D (ag) wrote: Pretty hilarious movie to watch. Definitely one of River Phoenix's best performances as a rather quirky character.

Aris M (au) wrote: Yes, I ended up watching this film 20 years later...probably his best, although I'll never get to like Aggelopoulos's dislike of actors/characters (well, humans) over ideas and landscapes. Some people might say that this is a more a symbolic, art cinema, and yet you have directors like Kieslowski who managed to produce a more 'artistic' kind of cinema without losing the human element. Some symbolism comes across as a bit too contrived as well, but still the two kids steal the show with their performances and Karaindrou's music is superb as always. Overall, the only film of his I'd buy on DVD - which actually I might do

Stuart K (nl) wrote: Directed by Mike Nichols, (The Graduate (1967), Catch-22 (1970) and The Birdcage (1996)), this is a true life drama which is very highly charged with emotion, and it has some very good performances in it. With a good script by Nora Ephron and Alice Arlen at it's heart, this is a film about a conspiracy going on in the heart of American business, but it doesn't fall for all the pitfalls that films like that do. It begins in 1974, with Karen Silkwood (Meryl Streep), who works at the Kerr-McGee Cimarron Fuel Fabrication Site near Crescent, Oklahoma. She shares a house with her boyfriend Drew Stephens (Kurt Russell) and her lesbian friend Dolly Pelliker (Cher). Karen works in the department making plutonium rods, and she knows she's being exposed to radiation. However, when she becomes union activist, and she learns that the bosses at the Site have been falsifying safety reports to cover for getting behind on a contract, she tries to expose them. But when she becomes exposed to radiation, the site management try to blame her for it, but she's not going to give in. It's a very taut thriller, with Streep putting in yet another fine performance, it's hard to watch at times, and it shows that we've moved on from such lax safety regulation people like that did. Plus the films final mystery just leaves the viewer with more questions to ask.

Sausages M (ag) wrote: Just incredibly silly campy Diana Ross 'vehicle' that seems to be trying to show some sort of message but isn't sure which one. Ross is reminiscent of Madonna, (but not quite as bad) in that we know she's basically just playing herself- particularly when she's being a megabitch. Tracy, her character, is played so wildly unevenly that if she were a real person she'd certainly be suffering from bipolar disorder. Thankfully, this hot mess is saved from being boring by the woefully miscast Anthony Perkins as a fashion photographer with a bit of a screw loose; providing so many unintentionally hilarious moments- not least the idea that someone the wrong side of 30 with no tits could be a high fashion model in the 70s. But that's not just it- the 'soul' of the film comes in the form of Billy Dee Williams who was never a great actor even if he was perfect for Lando in Star Wars; he stinks to high heaven and his almost embarrassingly blaxploitation take on a wannabe politician is hilariously off-key.Unfortunately, despite all these fun elements: the bits of the plot that make no sense; Ross' wobbly personality and scenery-chewing; the HILARIOUS opening fashion show (all garments designed by Miss Ross herself, of course); and the fact that we're supposed to believe she's a ghetto queen made good- the whole thing is undermined by an incredibly dated morality that probably even looked anachronistic when it was released. And that's why- fun though it is- I've deducted half a star for that ridiculous last 20 minutes that just did not work. And not in a fun way.Wow, quite the essay. Hopefully you'll see what I mean if you ever watch this film for which the words 'vanity project' don't quite seem strong enough.

Grayson D (fr) wrote: A childhood favourite which is Very dated now with some very dodgy efects but still enjoyable. And with the considerable beauty of Vetri and Konopka it's cinsiderably better to look at than listen to. The invented language was create by J G Ballard, one of the finest writers of the 20th century.

Andy C (jp) wrote: The film is so wholesome and gay that you'll want to hurl and yet the songs are so catchy that you'll find yourself tapping your feet in spite of yourself.

Kirsty S (it) wrote: Slow and some poor acting

Matthieu C (nl) wrote: Encore une belle Ferrarade.