Long-Term Relationship

Long-Term Relationship

Tired of the unsatisfying singles scene, Glenn (Matthew Montgomery) answers a personal ad and meets Adam (Windham Beacham), a handsome Southern man seeking a long-term relationship. The two hit it off immediately, but their initial attraction is soon put to the test. Glenn's gay friends say he'd be happier playing the field again, but his straight pals encourage him to work at the budding relationship in director Rob Williams's romantic comedy.

Glenn gets tired of one night stands, and answers an ad placed by Adam, who is looking for an LTR. Glenn & Adam are perfect for each other, except for one, or two, or many things. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Long-Term Relationship torrent reviews

Paul B (us) wrote: On the eve of The National biggest tour to date, the lead singer invites his brother along as a roadie, a role he decides to film. This is a great documentary and one that embraces showing the more personal side of touring. I've never heard of The National yet it makes no difference as this is ultimately about friendship, trust & family.

Natalie M (fr) wrote: Interesting doc about life after porn.

Graham M (ru) wrote: Two thirds mockumentary, one third genre-subverting horror film and actually makes a decent combination, though it takes a while to build up momentum.

Logan M (ru) wrote: The fifth addition to the Muppets' filmography falls just short of all of its predecessors.

Anna B (ca) wrote: I was way into the dream logic, and was super glad Emir retained his voice into an English-language film, as so few directors manage to do. But he stayed with Dunaway and Taylor long, long after I'd lost interest in their characters and Depp's relationships with them. I was into the chaos, and the counterintuitive transitions between settings, and then it stopped, and got serious, and it really started to drag, and I mostly didn't care anymore. First half is fantastic though.

Tit M (au) wrote: a part melvil poulpaud tout le monde est decevantun navet

stacy h (kr) wrote: not my type of movie

Jonny B (ag) wrote: I am still trying to get my jaw off the ground.

Jeff B (it) wrote: Man, this was pretty bad. This film starred Mary Pickford, in her first talkie, as an upperclass girl who falls in love with a poor working class guy, and her father disapproves. Mary Pickford won Best Actress for this (the only reason I watched the movie), and she's pretty horrible in it. Such overacting, you know how in the silent movies, all the actors exaggerate their emotions and body movements? Well add sound to that and you've got Coquette. Everyone uses booming voices, like they're vibrating when they talk, and they chew up the screen. And most of the dialogue is so horrendous. There's one scene where Pickford's dad chases after her boyfriend and she's alone with her maid. Suddenly she feels a pain in her side, and says "oh it's nothing, it's like a got a big shot in my stomach.... shot? Father! Oh Michael! Where's father's gun?!" And the ending is quite laughable. The funny thing is, this is the second Best Actress win ever, and the first couple years of the Academy Awards there were only a handful of people who actually voted for the awards. Douglas Fairbanks was president of the Academy at the time, and guess who his wife was at the time?

(au) wrote: the movie is fine and dandy but why whedon make ultron so weak? in comic version ultron is more powerful than his movie version. if i may say i prefer they make two parts of this movie than that infinity wars.