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My Last Ten Hours with You torrent reviews
Tim H (ru) wrote: Not funny, not scary, incoherent movie. A waste of my time.
Amar M (au) wrote: cheap and lazy be would a horror film
James B (jp) wrote: This was pretty good.
Nina M (ru) wrote: I do love gay movies, but not the comedy ones. It's just not funny! How this can be marked as one of the best gay movies, I have no idea. It lacks humor, imagination, a good plot, acting and overall quality. And the fag hag is annoying as hell. What it does have is lots of handsome, sexy, hot, cool, cute gay guys kissing. And for that, it has to get as many stars as this. I am a sucker for gay guys kissing. If you're after eye candy, and can stand horrible acting, I say go for it. But don't expect anything from it.
Sergi F (au) wrote: am i the only person who thought this movie was pretty good.
Yannick D (br) wrote: While it may be lacking in substance, it does have its own ragged sense of style. And even if you don't care about any of the characters you will at least want to see everything fall into place once the course of the movie becomes discernible.
Jess D (es) wrote: Kinda boring, but the chemistry between Phoenix and Tyler was very sweet.
Josh H (de) wrote: I thought this was one of the better Star Trek movies. It just goes to show you that a movie is only as good as its villain and the Borg are one of the better "villains" that the new series has come up with. It also felt a little more monumental and movie-like and less like an episode.
Jo Y (jp) wrote: I like Mickey Rourke..
Jesse O (de) wrote: You know, once I saw this on Netflix, I knew I was gonna watch it that same night, there was absolutely no hesitation from my part. I mean it's Chevy Chase and Dan Aykroyd working in the same movie when both were at their peak as comedians. What could go wrong? Yea, the reviews at the time weren't that kind, but sometimes films end up aging better than one might have imagined. And, to be fair, time has been kinder to this film when it comes to critics' and audience's reception. But, if I'm being completely honest, time legitimately has not been kind to this movie. I bet that if I was around in 1985, when this film was released, I would've probably thought it was a really funny movie. And I'm not saying that there aren't parts of it that aren't funny, because that would be a lie, but I found it to be a totally inconsistent movie when it comes to laughs. I think part of the novelty, to me, is seeing Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase in the same film together. Both worked with a lot of the same people, but I don't think I had ever seen them in the same film together. So, honestly, more than anything else, it was that and seeing how those two would work together. And, if I'm being honest, I just felt there was something missing from their chemistry. They're good together, of course, don't get me wrong, but it's not quite as genius a comedic pairing as one might have imagined. Both guys, like I mentioned, were at their peak in the 80s, particularly Chevy, who went on to have a near career-ending drop in the 90s. It might as well have been career ending, cause outside of appearing in Community for like three or four seasons (and getting fired from said show because everyone hated working with him), Chevy has done literally nothing. Anyway, the point is the fact that both were at the top of their game in the 80s and this movie really doesn't reflect the quality of the two comedians. Though, to me, part of the film's flaws can be traced back to the script. The first half of it, when Emmett and Austin find themselves in Pakistan, is when the film is at its best. The film does lose its steam when they cross the border into the Soviet Union. I just don't know what it was, but it's like they ran out of ideas or ways to put Emmett and Austin into absurd situations. The film does have a story and Emmett and Austin have to 'save the world', as it were, but it's literally so minimal that it might as well just have been a series of skits without any effort put into an actual story. Though this movie does have something that resemble more of a narrative than some of Adam Sandler's worst films. So, at the very least, this is better than that. I dream movies with more of a narrative than Sandler's worst. Not saying this is bad, not even close, it's only just average. But considering the people in this movie, it should have been world's better. Nothing else I can really say about this. It should've been funnier, but it's got a nostalgic tone and Chevy Chase and Dan Aykroyd, while not being as great a comedic duo as their names might suggest, still have enough solid chemistry to carry a lot this. Not without its flaws, but it's a perfectly harmless movie to watch.
Jeff B (nl) wrote: This wasn't what I was expecting, for some reason I pictured it being more like a straight up horror film or something along the lines of that bad movie The Seventh Sign with Demi Moore. So I was surprised by what it turned out to be. Mimi Rogers was excellent really carried the film and I think she would have been a worthy Best Actress nominee. David Duchovny and Will Patton also did a nice job in their supporting roles. However the daughter annoyed the hell out of me whenever she constantly whined about heaven. Regardless, it was a well made film with a rather creepy ending.
Michael D (de) wrote: Gena Rowlands gives one of the all-time-great performances in this hypnotic, dream-like film that is classic Cassavetes - weird but brilliant and unlike almost anything else in cinema.
Laird J (es) wrote: Ralph Baikshi's movies are like nothing else, and this odd attempt at relating the Post-WWII "black" experience is no exception. Animation and live-action are mixed as freely as political satire and political incorrectness. At times brilliant and at times loathsome, the movie is difficult to pin down as much else other than "entertaining." As far as stylized blaxploitation goes, this is near the top, if not in a class of its own.
Jay P (gb) wrote: You know those annoying films about the civil rights movement that have painfully and cartoonishly racist southern whites as the villians, but somehow manage to make "complicated" white men "with troubled pasts" the focus of attention, comin' to the rescue? You know, crap like Mississipi Burning? Where the implication is that, thank god we live in today, where the civil rights movement has finally won and we've made progress? This movie makes me feel the opposite of that.
Jos M (de) wrote: Divertida parodia de los viejos films de terrror.
Kim S (ag) wrote: My kind of film. I love old melodrama and this one delivers in a big way. Cary Grant and Carole Lombard are fantastic and have a chemistry to them. As with all these films, you know it will all big ok, but it's certainly worth going through all the trials and tribulations to get there.
Wade W (kr) wrote: This is Bond at its absolute peak. Craig has infinite suave and bravado as 007 and the film oozes sensibility and style. It's a work of art and a master of its genre. It's a movie you can watch a hundred times over and never get sick of. Casino Royale has earned its place in my Top 5 Films of All Time.