Love Hurts

Love Hurts

After his wife leaves him, middle-aged Ben Bingham slips into a funk and refuses to change out of his pajamas. Justin, Ben's 17-year-old son, has the cure for what ails his depressed dad: he gives Ben a makeover and pushes him out into the singles scene. Soon Ben is the most popular guy in town, but when Justin falls in love for the first time, Ben must refocus his priorities and set about trying to win back his wife.

A newly separated father has to learn how to date again with help from his teenage son who himself dreams of conquering one girl's heart. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Love Hurts torrent reviews

Collin P (ru) wrote: Action packed interesting DC adventure!

Chris L (ag) wrote: BORING!!!Poorly cast, poorly directed, poorly produced! I've never fast forwarded a horror movie so many times... until now...

Ingela Z (br) wrote: When 16-year-old Sokvannara Sar, a charismatic Cambodian with a gift for his native folk dances, arrived in New York City in 2001 as the protg of Anne Bass, he had never seen ballet-and wasn't that stoked about it. "This ballet thing is going to turn me into a duck," he remembers thinking. "I don't think I want to do this." It's a sentiment Sar repeats throughout Dancing Across Borders, and it is to first-time director Bass's credit that she marked his ambivalence in this otherwise blithely tone-deaf ode to her own generosity and that of dance instructor Olga Kostritzky. There are several uncomfortable factors at play in the story of Sar's success-the clear class and culture shock; the pressure to compress 10 years of ballet training into three lest he lose his patron's attention-but Bass, enamored of his talent and determined to shape it to her liking, elides every one. Instead, we get white folks ruminating lyrically on the peasant Asian's role as a kind of grand jet bridge between East and West, and long performance sequences that are dazzling to behold but quite troubling to contemplate.

Mike C (ru) wrote: A fairly entertaining albeit meaningless movie about a guy who uses an imaginary soccer hero to work through some mental health issues. The postal worker is having a rough go of things, but things begin to pick up when he starts having chats with in imagined Eric Cantona, former French great who played for Man U. It's kinda cool because Cantona plays himself and is somewhat funny. The highlight of the movie is the end when they take part in some hooliganism...but for a good cause. Oddly enough, I fell asleep for a little bit because I was so tired from playing soccer a few hours earlier. All that damn yelling and cursing (you know who I'm talking about you fucking wankers and buggers).

Peter L (fr) wrote: To quote the "consensus" from Rotten Tomatoes:"This documentary about the American income tax and whether citizens must pay it is more of a scatter-shot diatribe than a persuasive argument."

Freddie F (us) wrote: Short of "House Of Games" (one of my favorite of all films), this is the best David Mamet film I have seen. Tense, gripping, incredibly intelligent, wonderfully acted. William H. Macy's performance is one of the best of the late 20th century. A genius work.

Leslie D (fr) wrote: Cheesy slasher about a wild man disrupting holiday fun at a camp site. Enjoyable.

Martin M (gb) wrote: People seem to forget that movies are made for entertainment. People say this movie was unneccesary but in that case, all movies are unececesary. Old people need to stop reviewing these movies. It was fun engaging and akward when it needed to for comedy. This is one of the best movies ive seen. Its a simply story. Made for fun. To share.