Love Birds is a hilarious charming romantic comedy that tells the story of a regular Kiwi bloke who finds himself on a quest to find true love – all with the help of a native New Zealand Shelduck. Comedian Rhys Darby (Flight of the Conchords, The Boat That Rocked) plays Doug – a road working employee and massive fan of the legendary band Queen, along with Golden-Globe Award winning actress Sally Hawkins (Made In Dagenham) who plays Holly the sassy animal specialist.
- Stars:Rhys Darby, Faye Smythe, Alvin Maharaj, Wesley Dowdell, David Fane, Craig Hall, Mia Pistorius, Sally Hawkins, Emily Barclay, Bryan Brown, Sonia Gray, Hannah Matthews, John Callen, Alan Harris, Michaela Rooney,
- Country:New Zealand
- Director:Paul Murphy,
- Writer:Nick Ward
Doug (Rhys Darby) thinks he has the perfect life and is stunned when long term girlfriend Susan (Faye Smythe) dumps him. He finds an injured duck and reluctantly decides to nurse it better ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Love Birds torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: omg hope this doesnt offend anybody but max manus guy looks hot i love war movies especially the ones about trying defeating the nazis
(mx) wrote: Very touching and moving story of a poor man with a rich soul...wish it had a happy ending, but it had in a way...
(fr) wrote: Only thing about the stones you ever need to watch
(kr) wrote: Assez modeste mais un bon film anglais.
(br) wrote: Blood and Wine suffered from an inconsistant plot. The characters and direction of the film were all over the place and it left a lot of holes which needed filling. We have some suprisingly strong actors here, but they were given a mediocre script to work off of; their potential wasn't fully realised. Jennifer Lopez, while looking radiant, had an annoying accent that I couldn't shake off. Jack Nicholson, Michael Caine and Stephen Dorff were the only great actors of the film, but like I stated previously; were given a shotty script. Blood and Wine would be interesting to fans of the aforementioned actors above, but others might shrug it off as another filler film of the ninties.
(ru) wrote: Even more ridiculous than the first movie and more shocking. Good job!
(es) wrote: A New Sheriff In Town--Even Martin & Lewis had to go out west!!