One Last Thing...
Sixteen-year-old Dylan is dying of cancer. When a charitable organization offers to grant Dylan his final wish, the teen has a surprising request: to meet supermodel Nikki Sinclair. Much to his mother's dismay, Dylan, with the help of his best friends, goes to New York to fulfill his dream.
- Stars:Michael Angarano, Matt Bush, Gideon Glick, Cynthia Nixon, Gia Carides, Johnny Messner, Sunny Mabrey, Richie Rich, Lucas Caleb Rooney, Gina Gershon, Dana Eskelson, George Seminara, Amanda Goodman, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Alysia Reiner,
- Director:Alex Steyermark,
- Writer:Barry Stringfellow
A young man with a terminal illness makes an unconventional request on local television. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
One Last Thing... torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Thanks for the recommendation Mithunda
(nl) wrote: Tagline: "Sometimes gangsters need hugs too"somewhat gangster movie, slow, interesting.love the scene with Polish TV channel. and ending. i think that somewhat this is a story about man, who cann't say "no" to women..
(nl) wrote: Masterpiece! One of my all time favorites without a doubt.
(de) wrote: awesome movie it was worth watching
(nl) wrote: The acting is cheesy, the snake looks horribly fake, the story line isn't really consistent, but It's still a slitheringly fun movie, as long as you're not expecting much. If you like creature features, this is a passable way to fill an hour and a half.
(fr) wrote: Definition of a cult classic, worth it for early Gabriel Byrne being all artsy fartsy
(de) wrote: Excellent taut thriller as 4 men go on a canoe trip only to have their trip become a matter of survival as they encounter a group of hillbillies.
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(gb) wrote: [b]Lone Wolf and Cub - Baby Cart in Peril Review: [/b]There is nothing I do not like about this movie and I am looking forward to seeing as many in the series as I can. Old School samurai action choppin' of limbs and spraying blood. I want to own all these movies starting with Shogan Assassin. "When I was little, my father was the greatest samurai in the empire."
(au) wrote: What craziness!! I saw this years ago, when I was a kid. I enjoyed it then, as a comedy murder mystery. Now I see it more full of holes than Swiss cheese. Yeah, it's a slapstick comedy not existing for plot sense. So...
(us) wrote: Prior to this film's release, the build-up and promotion was relatively quiet, especially here in the UK, however I had my eye set on the project from the start, with McQueen directing, music from Zimmer and a cast of unbelievable talent, I had high hopes. Upon viewing this film, I was swept away in a force of emotional awe, this movie is the epitome of the "modern masterpiece."Every year, we see that one film that tries to induce an emotional attachment, from the likes of 'Million Dollar Baby' through to 'Slumdog Millionaire', however there are also those that try a little too hard and instead create a certain cringe-worthy appeal to the film, completely disregarding plot and structure for a few tearful moments. But then there are those masterpieces, the film that contains a plot, it contains an actual character we can relate to, someone we feel an emotional attachment to without having it rubbed in our faces, '12 Years a Slave' is that film.This is not an easy film to watch, but upon doing so, there's that sense of relief; the relief you get upon viewing one of the finest films of the 21st century, if not of all time. Not another remake or sequel, but something of true original value. The story is just perfect, the unbelievable tale of a man whose life was taken away as he was forced to spend 12 years working as a slave for white masters, and for those who had never heard of Solomon Northup, upon realising this is a true story, their disbelief and shock becomes apparent. The performances are fantastic, with newcomer Chiwetel Ejiofor starring as the fateful Solomon. Each actor perfectly portraying the embodiment of evil or innocent, with a huge shout out to Fassbender for his truly terrifying performance as the ruthless Edwin Epps. With flawless direction, a stunningly emotional score (that many compare to 'Inception') and gorgeous cinematography. '12 Years a Slave' might just be the perfect film.
(jp) wrote: Watching this movie in theaters is an experience that I might never re-capture again.
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