Lost and Delirious
Lost and Delirious is the story of three adolescent girls' first love, their discovery of sexual passion, and their search for identities. Set in a posh, private boarding school surrounded by luxuriant, green forest, Lost and Delirious moves swiftly from academic routine, homesickness, and girlish silliness to the darker region of lover's intrigue.
- Category:Romance, Drama
- Stars:Piper Perabo, Jessica Paré, Mischa Barton, Jackie Burroughs, Mimi Kuzyk, Graham Greene, Emily VanCamp, Amy Stewart, Caroline Dhavernas, Luke Kirby, Alan Fawcett, Peter Oldring, Grace Lynn Kung, Stephen Mwinga, Lydia Zadel,
- Director:Léa Pool,
- Writer:Susan Swan (novel), Judith Thompson (screenplay)
The film is about the friendship of three teenagers and how they experience it in a private school. A newcomer to a posh girls boarding school discovers that her two senior roommates are lovers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lost and Delirious torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: A joy to watch this charming and humorous film.
(fr) wrote: A satirical take on Postman Pat. My son loved it and I found it a refreshing change from some of the awful but incredibly popular kids moves we've had to sit through recently, like Frozen and the Lego Movie which were both painful to watch. Good plot and fast-moving, with some good gags, but without being over the top. Not for the under 4s or those who want to see Postman Pat in the TV format but if you want something more reminiscent of Wallace & Gromit this would be a good choice.
(gb) wrote: An intriguing, surprisingly low key movie that charts the remarkable guarding of certain Jews by the Muslim community in wartime Paris and starring Tahar Rahim who, after this performance, confirms himself as an actor to watch out for keenly.Michael Lonsdale's turn is several light years away from his turn as Dr. Drax in Moonraker but close in spirit to his performance in Gods and Men, where he plays a Christian brother surrounded by fundamentalist militias in Algeria and the mood and pace of the film works well - a nice counterpoint to the more rumbustious In Darkness that saw the Jews of Lviv protected by black marketeers in that Ukrainian city's cellars.
(nl) wrote: Some scary moments but a bit lame & predictable.
(kr) wrote: I found it sigh-inducing- the ending scene in particular.
(ru) wrote: A film noir in English and French from legendary Hungarian filmmaker Bela Tarr. Perverse and mesmerizing, but at the same time often very funny. Very slow moving and attention-taxing, like all Bela Tarr films. Overall, enjoyable.
(au) wrote: "Thomas and Friends" has been a part of my life since I was 3 years old. It's my favorite TV show ever. I"m a well-traveled man, connoisseur of great movies, television, music, books and such. But NOTHING brings a smile to my face and a song to my heart like visiting my favorite friends on the Island of Sodor. This film had moments that made me smile, little bits of dialogue that the Rev. W. Awdry would have been proud of, but overall, this is NOT a successful TV-to-movie transition. Baldwin and Fonda shoulder most of the blame. Baldwin goes WAY over the top, and Fonda's more wooden than Henry's forest. True fans of the series (die hard ones like myself) know that a lot of changes were made to get this project completed, including the deletion of a crucial subplot that would have made the film a lot better. I give it two stars, because I love Thomas and I always will. He invokes the magic in me. Hopefully he will get a better film soon.
(mx) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie. Three very good performances too.
(de) wrote: Watched this a lot as a kid. Always remembered 'Spatula City'!
(nl) wrote: As a lover of baseball movies I cannot abide Bull Durham. Before you go crying "Blasphemy!" let me explain. You see the reason that I can't stand this film is because it pulls the old bait-and-switch. It sells itself as a baseball movie and draws you in with the humorous scenes of Crash teaching Nuke a lesson by tipping off the batter on his pitches, or a moment where most of the team is meeting at the mound in the middle of a game to discuss their everyday life dilemmas. But then you sit down to start watching and you are treated to an intolerable voice-over by Susan Sarandon. Lo and behold, this isn't a baseball movie, it's a rom-com that just happens to center around players on a baseball team. I don't generally have an issue with romantic comedies, but this one just drives me crazy, because I find Susan Sarandon's character utterly detestable. Her entire baseball and sex-based religion makes her one of the most unlikable female leads I have ever seen in a rom-com. I suspect the filmmakers are trying to get the audience to root for her to end up with Kevin Costner, but frankly I just wish he would wise up and find a decent person.There is a good film hiding in Bull Durham about a cocky young player and the seasoned veteran who teaches him to harness his abilities and prepare for the Majors. In fact I think that movie was made again somewhere else but much better (I just can't think of the film off the top of my head.) Unfortunately, every time I get a few moments to enjoy that story we have to be shown Susan Sarandon's face again to remind us this isn't that film. There isn't even a decent resolution to that story, because Nuke moves up to the Majors mid-season and still appears to be pretty rough around the edges. Then they treat us to the 20-30 minute long series of love-making scenes. Talk about excessive! I get the idea that Crash and Annie are madly in love after the first 5 minutes of this, you don't have to show them in every room of the house going at it. I don't think I have properly expressed just how much I despise this film, but I've at least given you a hint. If someone cut and pasted all the baseball stuff into a short film I would love it, but as it stands Bull Durham provides too much terrible rom-com stuff without enough baseball.
(ag) wrote: Harvey Korman and Cloris Leachman highlight this spoof of Hitchcock films. The typical cast line up for a Mel Brooks film. On of his better. Some of the laughs are dated. But still entertaining.
(jp) wrote: W.C. Fields at his intoxicated best. Pitching a new movie to a studio exec, Fields presents a non congruous story line that only makes sense through the eyes of someone with Delirium Tremors. Great fun.
(br) wrote: Hard to take the seriousness seriously, in terms of emotion and tragedy. Apparently it's not entirely historically accurate so that's that.
(br) wrote: Very intense emotional movie! A true story not for the faint of heart! Butler is extremely wonderful bringing his character to life as Sam Childers. DO NOT listen to the critics!
(nl) wrote: Boring as shit.This story is about a girl who loses her virginity to her best friends crush. The only reason why I believe they made this one is because of Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen are at a reasonable age... They can act and look hot, but...However, who gives a shit. The story sucked. It was drawn out and nothing really happened that you would give a shit about. You just want it to end... and then it does.
(us) wrote: In My Top 10 All Time Favorites For Sure!