Love Chronicles: Secrets Revealed

Love Chronicles: Secrets Revealed

Love Chronicles, a romantic “dramedy”, is set at Los Angeles radio station KLUV, where callers air their dirty laundry over the airwaves for all to hear. Over the course of one crazy day, show host and "relationship expert" Darren (Rockmond Dunbar) and Janet (Vivica Fox) have had another one of their epic fights that threatens to end their marriage and make a joke of Darren's career. At the radio station, street author Thomas Black (Mike Epps) advises cougar Monique (Elise Neal) how to stay married while DJ Mike V (Ving Rhames) helps out the good girl who falls for bad boy from the other side of the tracks.

Jealousy, Passion, Affairs, Forgiveness and Unrequited Love. These are just a few of the steamy topics that are covered on a daily basis at the most talked about radio station in town, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Love Chronicles: Secrets Revealed torrent reviews

Eric H (ag) wrote: There are just some things that don't work well as anime. This is one of them. Cramming in as many characters as possible didn't really make this any less boring. Norman Reeds was good as the Punisher though. The movie is vapid like cheap anime tends to be, I can't recommend this.

Arseniy V (de) wrote: The thesis here is clear and agreeable. Some shortcuts are taken to make sure that it gets across, but nothing unforgivable.

Andreas O (au) wrote: Dime-a-dozen "last mission" movie, that doesn't get interesting until the last act - and even then it hardly has anything new to give.

Andrew M (es) wrote: Hotel Transylvania is a pretty decent movie. This movie lacks entertainment. However, it does have a good plot to it. I would suggest this movie.

Autumn R (gb) wrote: Good film! I enjoyed it and loved it

Evan D (au) wrote: If you lived in San Diego in the mid-1980's you were probably aware of the first IMAX Theater ever to debut at the Space Center in Balboa Park. Amongst the first IMAX films (if not THE first) was "Chronos" This was a quick follow-up to the very successful Koyaanisqatsi done in IMAX. If you never saw this in IMAX, don't buy this DVD because you wont get it. It still runs in IMAX from time to time. If you can find it, GO SEE IT!!!!!! I saw it 23 years ago when it was new. My mom took me to see it. Through the eyes of a 6-year-old it was haunting magic, it was so much of the world that I never knew existed and the scenes that would appear to "drag on" in normal aspect are lovingly embraced in IMAX. You are literally immersed in some of the most breathtaking scenes that are poetic, mysterious and captivating. It is almost as if you are a god looking upon the earth in the 4th dimension. It helped define how I think today and for that, I love this film.

Chris C (de) wrote: This movie is a lot of fun, wish I would have watched this one a long time ago.

Liam B (nl) wrote: Plot-wise it's flawed in timing and substance, but the gags are great

Michael F (gb) wrote: Initially interesting tale of an attempted perfect murder that ultimately loses its compulsion (I thank you) as the plot fizzles out behind overblown courtroom speeches.

Tyler W (mx) wrote: Van Damme's First Big Movie And Also His Best!

Craig C (kr) wrote: Funny, sweet and without doubt the best cheerleader film!

David J (ag) wrote: This film was incredibly sweet, if not too cutesy at times. The incredible innocence was captured very well by the lead actors; it was believable in how ridiculous the thought process played out for either of them (in terms of youthful innocence).The acting itself was alright, which makes sense given how young either lead was, and I felt Anthony Edwards did a generally poor job as the prickly Mr. Loski.

Waleed A (gb) wrote: good movie. good story. great cast and awesome acting (2 viewings)