Love and Death on Long Island

Love and Death on Long Island

Giles De'Ath is a widower who doesn't like anything modern. He goes to movies and falls in love with film star, Ronnie Bostock. He then investigates everything about the movie and Ronnie. After that he travels to Long Island city where Ronnie lives and meets him, pretending that Ronnie is a great actor and that's why Giles admires him.

Giles De'Ath is a widower who doesn't like anything modern. He goes to movies and falls in love with film star, Ronnie Bostock. He then investigates everything about the movie and Ronnie. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Love and Death on Long Island torrent reviews

J V (de) wrote: loved it. had me in tears for a quite a bit. it was great. will watch again soon.

Muntasim T (au) wrote: Works more as a romantic drama (with some excellent music and good chemistry between the two leads), but fails to make its mark with its key intention of being a psychological thriller. Farhan puts in a good performance in his 'ambivalent' role.

Lotti K (ru) wrote: I kept waiting for a reason to care (which never really came).

Marilyn A Hernnde A (es) wrote: Otra como Eagle Eye, pero desde otro punto de vista.

Fatih C (ca) wrote: food chain !...good story !...

Jeff B (es) wrote: While I am not a fan of Bollywood, this movie had enough going for it to make it worth watching. It also doesn't hurt that Gayatri Joshi is one of the most beautiful women I've ever seen.

Charlie G (nl) wrote: A clone of Captain Picard has sights on annihilating the Federation.

David S (ag) wrote: What many consider to be a classic horror movie, I just find it alright. Dee Wallace did a phenomenal job. The kid was so damn annoying lol. I also didn't find a ton of suspense either in Cujo. Yea he's a crazy looking dog but it wasn't too scary. It also isn't anywhere near Stephen King's best. Its not a bad movie at all, but I don't think it is as good as many say it is. Too each their own though of you absolutely love Cujo!

Sara R (ru) wrote: It was okay, I wouldn't want to watch it over and over though. Once was enough.

Willian S (fr) wrote: uma das melhores atuaes de pacino

Boogie B (mx) wrote: Plot: Modern teens find themselves trapped in a 1980s slasher movieReview:For those who may or may not know,The Final Girls is a 2015 American slasher comedy film, directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson and written by M.A. Fortin and Joshua John Miller. The film stars Taissa Farmiga (American Horror Story, The Bling Ring) and Malin kerman (Watchmen, 27 Dresses)The supporting performances include Adam DeVine (Workaholics, Pitch Perfect), Thomas Middleditch (The Other Guys, Fun Size), Alia Shawkat (Whip It, Green Room), Alexander Ludwig (The Hunger Games, Grown Ups 2), Nina Dobrev (Let's Be Cops, upcoming XXX:Return of Xander Cage), Chloe Bridges (The Longshots, Legally Blondes), and Angela Trimbur (Halloween 2). The plot follows a group of college students who are transported into a 1986 slasher film called Camp Bloodbath.Anyone, who is a fan of Arnold Schwarzenegger in the film The Last Action Hero, The Cabin in the Woods, Cooties, Tucker & Dale v.s. Evil, the first two Scream films, and fans of 1980s horror Grindhouse/B-movies will hopefully enjoy this as much as I did.To be honest, I thought the acting was just okay. I believe it shows the actors were having fun in there roles. But the supporting cast could have had more backstory, depth, and personality to there characters. The supporting cast really felt like a supporting cast, and I personally like to see supporting characters come off as just as important as the main ones. Adam Devine was Adam Devine, and he didn't over do the comedy. Meaning, he knows his limits.Malin Akerman does a good job of being the final girl in the movie within a movie. She came off a little like Jennifer love-Hewitt in the film I Know What you Did Last Summer. Taissa Farmiga's character really brought a serious emotion to the film. In a world where our characters come off a little cartoonish, she was the one who seemed real, and really connected to the viewer. It was cool to see how her character developed and changed from the start of the movie to the end.Do I feel like this movie is meant for everyone? No. I believe if you are someone who is a fan of horror, comedy spoofs, and can appreciate and understand the horror films of the 1980s, I think you'll dig this one.So these are my final Bitchin' Buddha thoughts on The Final Girls. it's not a perfect film, but still enjoyable. I personally still think the best horror spoofs are the first two Scream films, Tucker & Dale v.s. Evil, and The Cabin in the Woods. The movie does feel a little cartoonish, weak, and silly at times. But, I appreciate the direction this movie has, the respect for old school horror flicks, and the cast come off like they really had some fun. The Final Girls is a good film to give a chance. i believe The Final girls earns a...3.5 out of 5!Thank you for reading/viewing, and I hope you all have an amazing day as always. :)

Dale R (ru) wrote: Ok but nothing new here : I remember a grim portrayal of forced feeding on a TV show back in the 70s that was much more shocking than anything in the film. Overlong for what was included : this would have easily fitted into a 1 hour TV movie.