Nights in Rodanthe

Nights in Rodanthe

Two unhappy people's lives become entwined when they have a life changing romance. Adrienne is a woman who's trying to decide whether to stay in her unhappy marriage or not. Her life changes when Paul, a doctor who is traveling to reconcile with his estranged son, checks into an inn in a North Carolina beach town where she is staying.

As a storm approaches the coast, Paul, a doctor tormented by a crisis of conscience who is traveling to see his estranged son, and Adrienne, whose life is in chaos, find comfort and a life-changing romance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Nights in Rodanthe torrent reviews

Bryan P (mx) wrote: Bruggemann nailed 'Stations of the Cross' in single shot, disturbing realism steeped in atmospheric tone. Unsure if I'm mortified or impressed. Both, perhaps.

Greg S (jp) wrote: Fun but forgettable.

Janine D (jp) wrote: Liked it. The 4am pick of the week.

Chris M (it) wrote: I don't get why a remake to a comedy classic needed a sequel. Man did it have a lot of toilet humor, sex jokes, and unfunny skits that distracts the audience from the unneeded forgettable story. You can set the same toilet humor, sex jokes, and unfunny skits in a different movie and I guarantee it will still be unfunny!

Garrett C (it) wrote: Lloyd is hilarious and charming as usual in his most successful film of the 1920's. Widely considered one of his strongest feature films, with good reason.

UN O (ru) wrote: Hey - what can I say? I worship Patrick McGoohan. It was Howard Hughes' favourite...?

Lynne T (nl) wrote: Good movie ... Likes the original better!

katerina k (es) wrote: ra magaria mec minda fexshvela siaruli....

Daniele C (de) wrote: Michael Douglas really deserved admiration in the old good days. He is simply a master in portraying the slow fall of the character D-FENS, so insane, so visceral, so REAL. The movie itself is simple but gets straight to the point and the message of the movie (the criticism toward the capitalistic society) can also be applied to the present society, after 21 years. Great job!

Thiago B (au) wrote: Riveting, emotionally stunning and breathtaking, Finding Vivian Maier is a deep experience that combines into a modern and real narrative about a new-yorker Mary Poppins

irene c (ru) wrote: i love this movie. it is a b-movie, but i saw it for the first time in 8th grade right after junior high graduation, and it freaked me out. a great classic, too bad not enough have seen it. it was awesome. if anyone knows how i can get it on dvd let me know.

Faith M (gb) wrote: Considering how Disney loves reimagining origin stories such as Maleficient, they should be more than capable of applying effective satire to create a new version to alter the racist origins of the story into something fresh and dynamic. A twist could have easily been provided such as the story being previously told from the wrong perspective and then presenting the genuine (new) one. The film instead played into the outdated narrative at hand and did so with a dry dialogue through awkward delivery that all streched out to a ridiculous length. The Lone Ranger had the opprotunity to be something more and there is little excuse for failure with their budget of $225 million.

Frances H (kr) wrote: Tour de force performance by Mark Ruffalo in this story of a family trying to figure out how to Iive with bi-polar disease. What is interesting in this film, which is a good contrast to Kramer vs Kramer, is that the parents here are really thinking what is best for the children, and not just themselves. Good script and skillful direction, as well as two engaging child actors, make this a standout movie well worth a watch.