Love Is All You Need

Love Is All You Need

Romantic comedy from Academy Award winner Susanne Bier (Brothers, In a Better World), about two very different families brought together for a wedding in a beautiful old Italian villa.

A hairdresser who has lost her hair to cancer finds out her husband is having an affair, travels to Italy for her daughter's wedding and meets a widower who still blames the world for the loss of his wife. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Love Is All You Need torrent reviews

Darren B (ca) wrote: Great film from the Netherlands! Thriller suspense movie in vein of The Net and Eagle Eye. Low budget but very good. The lead actress Hannah Hoekstra who by the way looks very much like a cross between Emma Watson & Anne Hathaway, does a great job!Decent popcorn flick!

Leon B (gb) wrote: Review:This movie is really bad. The storyline is terrible and the movie seemed cheap and rushed. What the hell was a star like Gary Oldman thinking! He's not in the same league as the Z class actors that were in this film. Anyway, although the leading lady was a looker and the opening credits were promising, the film goes downhill after the card game. It's one of those films that you have to piece together, but after a while your not really that bothered. The whole mask thing was interesting at the beginning but then the plot goes all over the place. A bad rental!Round-Up:What is going on with Christian Slater? He just can't pick a decent movie. He was definitely in this film for the pay day. It also seemed like Gary Oldman was in it for a favour because I can't see him reading the script and wanting to be in it. As for the other characters, most of them are near the end of there careers so it's not a surprise that there in a straight to DVD movie. I recommend this movie to people who are into there crime capers about a valuable mask getting stolen. 1/10

Michael T (kr) wrote: It tries hard to say something important and almost succeeds.

Toad K (kr) wrote: If ur a tupac fan it's a must own

Rosemarie S (ca) wrote: ok & real about someone with mental health problems... started out slow but got more interesting & intense at moments when other characters were introduced... Damian Lewis was fantastic...

Matt D (ag) wrote: I was in this film so you should check it out! Unfortunately I die in the first 10 minutes of the film!

Pavan R (mx) wrote: A fun relaxed retro movie . Interesting to watch even in 2016. Less SciFi ,more romantic

Bill E (de) wrote: Too many pro Israel films from a Hollywood controlled by Jews. What are the chances of a film about the oppression of the Palestinians?

Dean E (kr) wrote: I appreciate the idea of a monster movie that is self aware enough to make fun of itself but so much of the humour is poorly delivered. Methinks this is mostly at the fault of the director. And perhaps it was the result of forced rewrites but for the lines it has that make fun of itself, there are still too many lines to laugh at that don't seem to be intentionally funny. Is it at least entertaining? I guess...?

JohnnyLee T (gb) wrote: Dour Scottish erotic drama worth watching for Ewan McGregor's performance alone. Perfectly recreated depiction of 1950s Glascow and the River Clyde. The film in overstriving for effect leaves the viewer feeling detached.Where does the title come from? Still baffled by that. The barge (which is actually owned by Ella, not her husband) is named the Atlantic Eve. Maybe this gives a clue. Joe is very passive in his approach to women, even though he beds every single (or married!) one of them he comes across. More interesting sides to his character are not really explored, particularly his writing. We see him reading a lot but at some stage has given up on being a successful writer and throws his typewriter into the Clyde. One of his girlfriends who was supporting him while he tried to write his novel accused him of not writing popular stuff, I would have loved to have learnt more about that side of his life."I Made Some Custard"It was during that scene I actually laughed, yes LAUGHED. Joe is sitting around trying to write his novel when his girlfriend, who has been supporting him for the last eight months, arrives home from work and accuses him of wasting his day while she's been bringing home the bacon. She asks him what he's been doing all day and Joe (straight-faced) replies he made some custard! McGregor is wonderful as he tells her that, perfect expression - I could imagine the actors bursting out laughing as the camera stopped rolling. Anyhow what happens after that sees our hero at his least passive! Controversially, his use of violence here is portrayed as possibly part of a sex game. I got the impression the director doesn't allow Cathie to be the total victim but we are not sure how far she is a willing partner or not. Joe doesn't console her afterwards or follow-up for her pleasure or tend to her. This mix of violence and sex is no doubt disturbing but their relationship lasted 16 more months and Cathie kicked him out in the end and they parted amicably, both agreeing their time together was up. Director's attitude unclear.The score by David Byrne is very appropriate for the mood, with the sound of the cello coming out underneath all the broody goings-on.