Niki and Flo

Niki and Flo

In this very black comedy about ill-suited neighbors united by marriage, Niki is a former colonel in the Romanian army whose daughter is married to the son of Flo, an aging Bohemian who is full of schemes for the “new” Romania. As the young couple prepares to emigrate to the U.S., Niki is obliged to interact with Flo, whom he finds totally unbearable.

The hero is a retired army officer in the period of transition in Romania from the Communist rule to democracy. As many aged people during these times he loses a lot in position and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Niki and Flo torrent reviews

Patrick D (nl) wrote: This movie is hilarious. I can't believe the ratings are so low.

Jess (nl) wrote: I love the Panabaker sisters!

Amanda (nl) wrote: Definitely a pretty decent movie that portrays of life of Darby Crash, and of course, The Germs (an early punk band for those of you who have no idea.) Although I thought it was a decent film, I'm a bit skeptical on it being the 'perfect' biopic. Coming from a general Germs fan, I thought it was pretty good. Hey, and you know I've got to say Don Bolle's side-band there, ruled. A cool film to check out for sure.

Art S (au) wrote: Einstein, Marilyn Monroe, Joe Dimaggio, and Joe McCarthy walk into a bar...or rather a hotel room. That's the basic plot of Nicolas Roeg's film which is a stage play that has been opened up a little bit. Michael Emil and Theresa Russell basically do impersonations of the first two whereas Gary Busey and Tony Curtis are probably just winging it. The good thing here is that the script (by playwright Terry Johnson) doesn't really follow any known or expected trajectory so it feels fresh. However, it isn't always clear what the point is. Perhaps there is something being said about the perils and side effects of fame and/or the unintended consequences of one's behaviour (that are a result of it becoming famous)? Nic Roeg doesn't lend any recognisable technique to the film - there are a few flashback or thought bubble moments visualized briefly by the characters but not enough to bring us back to the moods or cinematography of Walkabout or Don't Look Now.

Michael B (kr) wrote: Funny... Woe Roots kicking in!

James O (it) wrote: top class stoner vid

Daniel B (us) wrote: More stupid shit from Hammer but it is very good.

John W (de) wrote: Starring Barbra Streisand, Omar Sharif and Walter Pidgeon. Only the ponderous length and sluggish pacing work against this musical biopic of Fanny Brice, brought to life brilliantly by Streisand, recreating her stage role. Good support from Sharif and Pidgeon, though this is Babs' show all the way. Directed by William Wyler.

Sami L (it) wrote: Jason Bateman & inappropriate humour. That's my catnip.

John F (mx) wrote: Brutal follow-up with awful CGI and bad acting.

Meng Y (es) wrote: Doesn't matter that the plot is weak, because all I care about is that Kate Beckinsale looks just flawlessly beautiful!