One Direction: This is Us tells the remarkable story of Niall, Zayn, Liam, Harry and Louis's meteoric rise to fame, from their humble hometown beginnings and competing on the X-Factor, to conquering the world and performing at London's famed O2 Arena. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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One Direction: This is Us torrent reviews
F B (es) wrote: Watchable but wouldn't say it was particularly great or worthy of any best film awards
Aman M (de) wrote: 3D is what made me rate it 1 mark extra. This so called 'India's first Stereoscopic 3D film' is collecting bucks mainly for its 3D effects without which, it's just another Vikram Bhatt's horror flick post Raaz & 1920. By appointing low-key actors & utilizing the budget on things that actually matter such as special effects, sound & 3D, made it worthwhile. Wanna get really scared? Go for it...
Cigs J (nl) wrote: Director - writer -stars Jennifer Westfeldt. The format is that of a Rom-com but is has an interesting plot line to explore an alternative approach to parenthood. A group of friends - two conventional couples and a man - woman pair meet up in a fancy restaurant, each successful and happy with their lives and relationships. A young family turns up which gives them the opportunity to discuss children - it turns out that each couple are to have a kid. Cut to a year or two later and we see the chaos that children have brought to the couples and how fraught their relationships havebecome. The two friends look on in horror but they want a child - just not the baggage that marriage or even being a couple brings. So they decide to concieve a child and be separate parents sharing care 50-50. So can that arrangement work? This is the basis of the film as it explores the development of their relationship. Its clever and thoughful and it shows you just can't play around with parenting. It would have been better I think to come up with a less conventional conclusion.
Mailyn A (au) wrote: I liked it, was funny. TYLER PERRY movies!
Ryan C (ag) wrote: A good doc and well-disturbing... Plus, I still can't get over the fact that Shelby Chong is 63 years old. She looks amazing.
Ian R (au) wrote: A classic Ferrell film, with a very simple story and enough nonsense to not care how simple it is. Despite how goofy this movie is, I'm impressed at how serious Ferrell and Reilly are able to come across. It doesn't feel as cheesy as some other ridiculous performances by the two. It feels real, odd as it may seem. I do enjoy seeing this film every once in a while.
Anders A (ag) wrote: Conquering death and beyond. Magnificent survival by pure and true will.
Maurice L (jp) wrote: Don't know who the dude that wrote the synopsis is but he needs to chill... This is one of the only movies I know that never got re-produced because of it's message.... You can't buy it anywhere but on ebay, you can't find the soundtrack.... WATCH IT FOR YOURSELF AND MAKE YOU OWN CHOICE.....
Doctor S (nl) wrote: Frivolous espionage yarn, a charade of a Charade with a goofy Gregory Peck and sumptuous Sophia Loren; not the worst trade for Grant & Hepburn at all, in fact. Some ridiculous plot points rescued partly by some nimble allegiance twists. Who had these daffy ideas of putting lives in jeopardy via a wrecking ball and threshing machine??
Clay B (gb) wrote: TWO MINUTE WARNING (1976)
Ben W (jp) wrote: probably my least favorite of the louis malle films of the era, but still a spectacular film. its a coming of age comedy about a boy and his relationship with women....mostly his mother. scary. its beautifully shot as all of malles films but it just doesnt seem to be quite up with the likes of au revoir les enfants or lacombe lucien.
Kaitlyn J (es) wrote: Kind of interesting. Nicolas Cage did good as usual.