Office temp Charlotte Cantilini thinks she's found Mr. Right when she starts dating gorgeous surgeon Dr. Kevin Fields. But there's a problem standing in the way of everlasting bliss: Kevin's overbearing and controlling mother, Viola. Fearing she'll lose her son's affections forever, Viola decides to break up the happy couple by becoming the world's worst mother-in-law.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:101 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:fight,   waiter,   engagement,  

The love life of Charlotte is reduced to an endless string of disastrous blind dates, until one day her ship arrives in a big way when she meets Kevin Fields, a doctor who is charming, handsome, and wealthy. Unfortunately, his merciless mother will do anything to destroy their relationship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Monster-in-Law torrent reviews

Jessica H (it) wrote: Long winded,loud, stink bomb!

Ricardo H (ca) wrote: Okay, this is one of those movies I watched and at the end I asked myself why I had watched it at all. James Van Der Beek is no acting master, and in this movie he again shows his limited range. He does much better as part of a group, but for him to try to carry this movie basically by himself was a huge reach, and he didn't pull it off. Of course, it did not help that the script was bad and that the movie wasn't scary at all. Oh, I did like one thing: the name of the clown made me laugh

Carlton H (kr) wrote: A comedy that is so funny with the great cast and human story...even though they were institutionalized. I will have to see again soon to revitalize my seratonin levels.

Ashley H (de) wrote: Sweetie is a stunning film. It is about superstitious and introspective Kay believes she and Louis are destined to fall in love with each other. Genevieve Leon and Karen Colson give amazing performances. The screenplay is well written. Jane Campion did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama and humor. Sweetie is a must see.

Timm S (it) wrote: Fantastic Look At How Tough It Was To Be Shot Down In Vietnam. The Jungle & Overwhelming Sense Of Being At War With The Elements As Well As An Unseen Enemy Come Right Through & He Story Grips You With Hackman's Superb Acting. Amazing That It Is A True Story Also.

Shawn S (kr) wrote: This is incredibly funny and Rick Moranis is excellent!

Darren M (ru) wrote: wish it was out in england with subtitles

Ariua k (fr) wrote: Nothing short of "Arthouse" genus and the best Slasher flick ever made. I say this because it's old and low budget and its director Abel Ferrara first movie and of course also starring as the main character of Reno Miller an artist that is slowly going mad under the pressure of paying Debts, Bills, Drinking and the girls he lives with. Personally I hated "A Nightmare on Elm Street" such a stupid movie and of course "Friday the 13th". This movie is just creative it's more heavily metal rather then stupid put of music with creepy settings. And the killers are always mute retards with issues and always were masks and carry knifes for the gruesome killing. Although there are killings in this movie and very violent ones it's more cut always to heavy metal stuff rather then just the drill in the head. Reno Miller is an artist living with two other girls and is trying to get his final painting done to impress the art community but is slowly struggling to do so because of everyday debts and is slowly losing it under pressure. People themselves start to piss him off with the band downstairs always playing away at midnight and the people subjecting to him saying everything he has done is wrong. So one day after a party and heavy drinking he picks up a drill and goes on a spree after dark killing innocent people. After this so called "Massacre" he feels find and the pressure is off until the art committee reject his painting. Personally I liked the styling of music when he chases the homeless man into the ally it plays more rock and roll type music with cut always to show the band in his building playing and the people cheering them on. And more close ups rather then pull backs and the gothic way of the film that we see. Abel Ferrara after this would go on to make such classics as "Bad Lieutenant" and of course one of my all time favorites "King of New York" and this movie opens and paves the way to a lot of his trademarks in his films and his performances is one of the best I have seen in these kinds of movies, Same goes with "Carolyn Marz". So of course the other performances are just great no single flaw I tent to have seen. The gothic and graphic style of the film associate with "special effects" in violence is indeed gruesome. This movie landed on the video nasty list because of this but was later removed but still banned because of the critical acclaim it was gathering. I don't think it was very successful with audiences back then but critics sure loved it with the 5-5 they were giving it. So I close and say works amazingly better then your normal Slasher flick with more of a punk or metal feel to it.

Marcela G (gb) wrote: Very personal view of sensibility that kills...and make someone insensible...very german, very 70s, very...modern!

Nicky S (ag) wrote: i watched this years ago and it was great movie

Daniel S (kr) wrote: one of the more difficult of bunuels films to interpret/make sense of, but i feel, as also is the case with bunuels other films dealing with religion, is that bunuel aims to criticize and ridicule people and their foolish ways and their misinterpretations of God's word and the Bible, rather than God himself, its certainly the case here with all the characters, even Simon himself, as they are ungrateful, misguided and foolish, proves Bunuel can make a good film in only 45 mins, and has much more to offer than some films 2.5 hours in length

Lotti K (mx) wrote: Pretty awesome in that overwrought, Poe-adaptation sorta way. And who new Vincent Price was so HOT??

forcebucket B (es) wrote: The man is funny. NO doubt about it.

Caitlin L (au) wrote: Not my favorite of the series so far. Loved the 4th one more. Still good though. I hope they keep making these.