Love's Complicated

Love's Complicated

Leah thinks all is fine coasting along in a relationship with the ever-predictable Edward until he surprises her and enrolls her in a conflict-management class. In the class, Leah finds herself locking horns with a handsome, radio talk-show host who thrives on making waves. Through the course, Leah develops new friendships, an inner strength she never knew she had and discovers real love should never mean settling for the easy and predictable.

Leah Townsend has always been a people pleaser. From her childhood as a senator's daughter to her career as a successful author| Leah goes out of her way to avoid
conflict. So strong is her desire to keep the people around her happy that Leah is also too afraid to let her longtime boyfriend Edward Crouse know that their
relationship is in a rut-the same date night| at the same restaurant| with the same food| week in and week out. And to top it all off| her second novel is proving
much more difficult to write than the first. When Leah and Edward have a minor disagreement at Edward's faculty party (it barely qualifies as a spat) Edward enrolls
her in a group conflict resolution class. There| she meets Cinco Dublin| a shock-jock radio host attending the class by court order. His family has a prickly past
with the Townsends: Cinco Sr.| a renowned journalist| went toe-to-toe with Senator Townsend when he was in office and the bad blood still remains. Leah bristles at
Cinco's brashness and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Love's Complicated torrent reviews

David W (us) wrote: Roger and Siskel: Thumbs down!''

Thomas T (au) wrote: Juno delivers Ellen Page and a lovable cast at their full potential.

David H (ru) wrote: The core idea, of a guy working a night shift in a supermarket, fantasising, with an ambiguity of what is real, about women's bodies is very intriguing, the surrounding film feels very contrived (it seems like About Time) the usual man not understanding women, generally finding them unreasonable, finally solving the issues with a superficial gesture...

Marsha H (ca) wrote: If you haven't already seen this presents a part of Jamaican culture that the violent movies that are so popular don't....JamDown isn't always about money laundering, drug trafficking and violence.

Helena M (ru) wrote: A depressing movie about young people of Greek backgroung in Melbourne.

Kristopher P (it) wrote: Someone should re-make this movie to where it doesn't suck.

Gabe S (it) wrote: Odd "old neighborhood" tale with a memorably menacing turn by a whacked out John Turturro.

Hardy C (mx) wrote: A movie that is simply too painfully bad to watch. It was the first movie I walked out of a theater from and just the other day I attempted to watch it for the second time 28 years later. After 20 minutes of watching Hoffmann and Beatty belt out terrible songs I had to surrender again. This time I just shut the VHS recorder off.

Owen D (nl) wrote: This is probably some of the most fun I've ever had watching a horror movie. Opinions are opinions, but seriously how can anyone hate this? It's Exactly What You Think It Is! When it comes to movie critics, either they simply lack good taste, or decide to do half-ass reviews just to make a few extra dollars.

Stig Ove V (us) wrote: Jerry Reed is incredible!

Tim S (fr) wrote: Monty Python and the Holy Grail is a film that I never, ever, ever, ever tire of. Not only is it one of the funniest movies ever made, but it's also one of the most enjoyable and well-made comedy films of all time. You can really get into a quoting war with your friends with lines from this movie. While I firmly believe that Life of Brian is Monty Python's finest film technically, Holy Grail is their finest film comedically. A lot of people would disagree with me on that, but oh well. This film is still pretty much a sketch film with an underlying attempt at a singular story, but it all works just perfectly anyway. Needless to say, it's amazing work from one of the great comedy troupes of all time, and then some. It's one of the greatest.

Andrew T (au) wrote: Lacks even the entertainment value of other (notably the 16mm) Milligan films' camera work and cheapness.

krystal M (it) wrote: I saw this movie first when I was about 12 years old and I fell in love with it then. At first the schemes of Alice seem so embarrassing for her but she's so good hearted that you can't help but love her.

Kevin R (nl) wrote: Highly inaccurate and uninspiring. Completely fabricated and a fictional Jesus not related to the biblical Jesus.

Andrew C D (br) wrote: It's very ridiculous, but very funny.

Frank J (gb) wrote: A nicely well made movie, a fast moving unpredictable storyline and easy to follow with a few shocking moments at it's disposal. Christopher Reeve and Morgan Freeman (in an Oscar nominated performance) both did great jobs in their roles. Reeve as the seemingly suttle reporter looking for a scoop and Freeman as the short fused crazed pimp. Definatley worth the time.