Oliver Barrett IV is emotionally devastated by the death of his wife Jenny, and, while he tries to lose himself in his work as a lawyer, the long hours don't ease his pain, especially when he finds that his leftist views conflict with those of the senior partners at the firm. Eventually, Oliver's inconsolable grief begins to alienate those around him, until he finds new love with Marcie Bonwit, the wealthy and beautiful heiress to the Bonwit Teller fortune. Despite his affection for her, Oliver finds it difficult to leave the memory of Jenny behind, which causes major problems in their relationship..
In this sequel to Love Story (1970)| grieving Oliver is being pressured by his in-laws to move on and take part in the family
business. He meets a pretty heiress and they start dating| but memories of Jennie come rushing back. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Oliver's Story torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Funny, heartful, inventive at times.
(es) wrote: Is this suppose to be funny, because it's not, it's fucking disturbing.
(nl) wrote: Un anime hecho pelicula, asi tal cual, y aunque el CG no es el mejor que he visto, se agredece que se utilice de forma que la pelicula mantenga ese gustillo a animacion que tanto me gusta.
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(es) wrote: Stuipd, but i really like ;Bill Engvall, Jeff Foxworthy and Larry The Cable Guy. They just make me laugh.
(es) wrote: I didn't really like this movie too much, it was definitely a guy movie; I didn't like the dance sequences and how girls were objectified in it.
(de) wrote: For all of its narrative shortcomings, this private eye (played by Liam Neeson) is a deeply interesting character in the way that the detectives of the classic film noir were. The only difference is that here Mr. Neeson has the whole breadth of independent cinema freedom to play with, and the camera can do more.However, for all of the disturbing and unsettling, 21st century cinema specific elements, this is a truly old-fashioned mystery story that doesn't try to reinvent the wheel or change the form. Simple cinema told with complexity, and isn't that what we're after from suspense stories anyhow?
(it) wrote: Certainly an unusual movie. It's obviously intended to be ludicrous, so you can't fault it for that. I didn't care for some of its crude and tasteless content though, but I otherwise found it to be silly and entertaining. It's worth seeing once. (First and only viewing - 11/5/2015)
(fr) wrote: one of the greatest films I have ever had the pleasure of owning. truly hilarious film!
(jp) wrote: The ONLY good thing about this movie was Steve Buscemi. Granted, he was amazing enough to watch to the end, just to see what he did next, and I give this movie MAD MAD props for having the sickly, dying-from-AIDS character still alive at the end (there are SO few movies that allow the AIDS character to live), but the storyline was convoluted and poorly structured. The actors were unconvincing. The dialogue was forced. It was not a really good movie.
(ag) wrote: good but sequels never beat the original
(de) wrote: I can hardly think of tale this well-told that is also this hopeless and cynical. Wow. What a tragedy of a viewing experience. The only finer point of the film is the tight and focused direction from James Wan.
(ru) wrote: From Hammer, then red hot from the successes of the Dracula and Frankenstein films, turned their attention to another movie monster, the Wolf Man. Even though they only did the one film, it is one of the most visually stunning of their works, and it's male lead was a star in the making, and shows he had it made at a young age even then. It begins in Spain sometime in the 18th Century, where a mute servant girl (Yvonne Romain) is sexually assaulted by a travelling beggar (Richard Wordsworth), who was locked by by Marques Siniestro (Anthony Dawson), the Marques locked up the servant girl after he advanced upon her. She later kills the Marques, and escapes to the forest, where she is found by Don Alfredo Corledo (Clifford Evans), who takes her in and finds she's pregnant. Though she dies in childbirth, the infant grows to be Leon Corledo (Oliver Reed), a handsome young man, who works at a vineyard. But, he carries a terrible secret, that only his adopted father Don Alfredo knows, something Leon overcame as a child. But after being jilted by Cristina (Catherine Feller), these violent outbursts start all over again, and it turns him into a werewolf. It is an effective, dark gothic horror, but it has everything you would expect from a good Hammer Horror, the great cast, with appearances from Warren Mitchell, Peter Sallis, Desmond Llewelyn and Francis de Wolff. Pity they didn't do any more.
(fr) wrote: This movie certainly moves at a very slow pace, and even though I find Mark Ruffalo to be a douche in real life, he certainly delivers when he is on screen. There really isn't much to this story, but it does have an odd charm to it. Not sure I could recommend it for everyone though. It might be too slow for most audiences.