Mostly Martha

Mostly Martha

Martha is a single woman who lives for one passion: cooking. The head chef at a chic restaurant, Martha has no time for anything - or anyone - else. But Martha's solitary life is shaken when a fateful accident brings her sister's eight-year-old daughter, Lina, to her doorstep.

When a headstrong chef takes charge of her equally stubborn 8-year-old niece, the tensions between them mount... until an Italian sous-chef arrives to lighten the mood. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mostly Martha torrent reviews

Michael Z (gb) wrote: The direction of Lore is so cold and distant that moments that should make us cry out in agony elicit little more than a shrug.*1.5/4*

Marian D (fr) wrote: A relatively normal life of Czech couple ominously disrupted by German occupation in 1939. Hana's promising movie career ended due to Jewish origin while her husband (radio announcer) tries to protect her whatever it takes. Moral compromises, character desctructions and persecutions. Great acting, music and directing. Best Czech movie for 2009 (together 6 Czech lions).

Dustin G (br) wrote: Good behind the scenes doc on the Cirque show LOVE. Lots of information of how the show came together and why and how long it took. Interviews with everyone from the Cirque head honcho to Yoko Ono to Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, to even the Mirage Hotel in Vegas' head honcho. It was disappointing that they didn't go into any decent amount of detail about how they pulled off some of the stunts they did or some of the more mystifying aspects of the show, I kind of thought this was going to be a tell all kind of thing when I chose to watch it. But maybe Cirque purposely left that out, not wanting to reveal too much. At any rate it's still a great watch, especially if you've seen the actual show in Vegas.

Brendan N (ca) wrote: The fights are poorly executed and the story is all over the place. The best parts are Russell Crowe and Rick Yune and that isn't enough to justify the running time. The movie is full of storyline holes and lacks any real impact, the villains are just boring.

Jason U (br) wrote: The moral of this story? If you ever find out a sibling has been murdered, immediately seek rough sex. But, there a few more things you should know before viewing:Like a spaghetti western, no dialogue or natural sound seems to have been recorded on set. It's all overdubbed. This would not be a problem if we had hired a foley artist to work more than a couple days. You're going to hear punches, kicks, dubbed voices and a schizophrenic score. And that's about it. Also...Go ahead and assume everyone in this movie is a kung fu expert. And finally...There are a few moments which seem to be guest-directed by, like...a German art filmmaker. Now, that you know these things, you can enjoy this flick. Director/Co-Writer Cirio Santiago is a guy who is all about crazy, fantastic moments. And there are quite a few here. He ain't no Jack Hill. But he'll do. You'll find yourself surprisingly invested in the final showdown. Oh, there's one more thing. The ending is...abrupt.

Juha T (br) wrote: Jokunen vuosi sitten.

Sandy R (nl) wrote: Available uncut on DVD from Arrow.

Toby C (de) wrote: A disturbing film to watch, but has incredible emotion and a very powerful and oddly satisfying last act.

Bill C (nl) wrote: This sequel follows the character of Cuchillo from The Big Gundown through an adventure during the mexican revolution. Thomas Milian is great in this role, injecting a likeability to the flawed character. A very fun experience, Cuchillo struggles to make the 'right' decisions during the film. This can be enjoyed by most Spag fans as well as western fans too.

Austin W (au) wrote: this film is one of the worst films of all time theres basically nothing good about this film accept for the fact that it wasnt a vulgar and disgusting as garbage pail kids. add that with the fact it scared the crap out of me as a kid and you got yourself a crap sandwich.

Jordan P (it) wrote: Drawing inspiration from the Salem Witch era with moderately chilling results, The Lords of Salem is another dependably idiosyncratic work from writer-director Rob Zombie -- and benefits from his work behind the camera just as much as his talented wife's in front of it.