New Year's Eve

New Year's Eve

The lives of several couples and singles in New York intertwine over the course of New Year's Eve.

Set during New Year's Eve in New York city, this movie follows several people and how the day affects them. Kim is a single mother who still thinks of her daughter, Hailey as a child who wants to go out with a boy so that she could kiss him at midnight. Claire, who is in charge of the city's annual tradition, the ball drop on Times Square. And when something goes wrong she has to ask an electrician, who was fired, to come and fix it. Laura, a chef who is cooking the New year's Eve party for a record company who runs into Jensen, her ex who's a singer and performing at the party. While he tries to apologize for how things ended, she refuses to accept it. Ingrid, a woman who works at the record company, after having a near death experience, decides to quit her job and asks a young messenger, Paul to help her fulfill her resolutions. And at a hospital, Stan, a man who is in the final stages of cancer, only wishes to see the ball drop. Also Griffin and Tess, a couple who are expecting, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Greg W (ag) wrote: entirely predictable sports pic

Paul D (jp) wrote: It flows well enough, but this is a standard rom-com with an inane take on relationships.

James W (br) wrote: One of the greatest teen horror flicks I've seen in a while.

Sarah M (kr) wrote: Quiet, thought-provoking look at international adoption through the eyes of six diverse women waiting for babies in a Latin American hotel.

Navaura C (au) wrote: I loved this movie. For those of you who didn't understand the movie, it was about a man and his people who wanted to run the hood, they did, ran it good, well he shot one too many people and end the end killed the witness who was to testify against him. Although he killed him, there was a silent killer unheard of. It was great. It's always the ones you least expect who will let it go like that, you know? Anyhow, It was an original ending! I give it five stars. It's a good hood movie if you how things go down and understand the lingo. It's hard.

Joey M (au) wrote: Good movie - Terminator 3 was terrible

Stacey O (mx) wrote: Still love this movie. Always wanted to be stuck in a Target overnight.

Sinead B (ru) wrote: I'm often very cautious of charting into 80s territory for fear of the cheesiness but this movie lives on; this is the original "Requiem for a dream" and it skillfully manages to convey the same anti-drug message without the need for overly-graphic, stomach-churning scenes that run-rampant in "Requiem for a dream". 'Highly-recommendable if you're contemplating heroin-usage but can't handle gore :).

Private U (es) wrote: If you love Joan in high strung double dealing diva phase, this one is a must watch.. Nothing exciting just glamorous Joan..

Dan S (ag) wrote: Slick, quick style with a plot that frustrates but eventually comes off well. For me it was crying out for a bit more character development, the writing also possibly a bit sub-standard, lacking more memorable dialouge for those familar with these gritty London crime thrillers.

Jonathan B (ru) wrote: Set in South London, The Guvnors sees the feral, fatherless, hoodied hoodlums of the modern era rail against the gangs of 30+ years ago, when there is suggestion that crime was more "decent".Recent movies (Harry Brown etc) have trod this well-worn path, but the The Guvnors' strength lies in a combination of a gritty yet credible story, brought to life by an ensemble of outstanding performances. Hip hop star Harley Alexander-Sule, half of the platinum-selling Rizzle Kicks is Adam, a disaffected young man who commands respect from his peers with an uncompromising mix of intimidation and blade. Showing no hesitation early on in horrifically cutting a girl's face who he suspects as an informer, he moves on to demand respect from old-timer Mickey, (a classy cameo from honey-voiced David Essex). The old-school old man, a former boxing coach, floors the young pretender with one magnificent punch but tragically fails to recognise the consequences of his nobility. Adam's gang waste no time and ignoring Queensberry rules their revenge, with the brutality that the half dozen young men can inflict upon a principled pensioner, is as cowardly as it is bloody. The vicious circle spirals as the (now middle aged) former boxing club members vow to avenge their mentor's murder and leading this line of fifty-something vigilantes, Doug Allen's Mitch, a former gangster who's still a chiselled alpha male, squares up to Adam...Gabe Turner writes and directs a fable that is a bleak snapshot of London's underclass with just a hint of social comment. The police are an impotent force who also miss the authority imposed by old-style "firms" and who resort to brutality whenever they can get away with it. Turner also suggests that violent behaviour is more nature than nurture - Mitch's young son, a product of a comfortable two-parent home is a foul mouthed bully at his grammar school, whilst Adam's young lad, being raised motherless in a council flat by a thug, is angelic. A neat touch from Turner has the feckless father touchingly chastise his son to "eat his greens".The soundtrack stuns, with Rizzle Kicks having written two of the numbers that give the film an edgy contemporary pulse, whilst a spot of Madness' funk offers a crumb of recognisable music for the greying dads in the audience. Turner is nothing if not a respectful filmmaker and where once The Long Good Friday spoke of a new order taking over the capital, so too does The Guvnors pay homage to that seminal London movie, with a few nicely placed nods for the film-buffs. Alexander-Sule's massive fan base will see that one way or another The Guvnors will clean up either at the box office or online (though probably at both). But notwithstanding its platinum plated star the movie demands respect on merit. It is a gripping and well crafted tale, that will shock, amuse and ultimately stun with a devastating climax.