Prime of Your Life

Prime of Your Life

A 20-something slacker girl meets a handsome rebel at her best friend's funeral. She partners up with him and through a series of cons, finds her path to independence and love.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2010
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  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:apartment,   kiss,   love,  

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Josh F (ru) wrote: Bet the script seemed cooler than the movie they ended up with.

Dyron W (jp) wrote: A strange, remarkable sci-fi thriller.

Roxanne R (us) wrote: Excellent film written and directed by Karen Moncrieff, will have you engaged from start to finish. We have a smart and hotshot attorney (Cate played by Kate Beckinsale) on recovery and placed on probation. In order to be reinstated to the bar and recover custody of her daughter, she must take on the appeal of a woman wrongfully convicted of murder. As Cate examines the case deeper and deeper, she uncovers a sinister police conspiracy. Awesome courtroom drama and interesting. Definitely recommended!

Al M (kr) wrote: An absolutely stupid but thoroughly enjoyable supernatural slasher film, Trailer Park of Terror depicts a young woman who gets fed up with being tormented and abused by the individuals in her trailer park. She decides to seek revenge. Years later, a group of young people returning from a Christian retreat for troubled souls seek help in the trailer park, which remains haunted by the souls that died there. Idiotic and campy but funny and twisted, Trailer Park of Terror is anything but good cinema; still, it will mostly likely entertain fans of b-level horror movies.

Dickie L (ag) wrote: Its all style and a wee bit of substance in Chrysalis. With an austere, shiny blue metallic surface and a high concept centering on the possibility of memory erasing and replacing, it takes a while to wrap your head around the proceedings and the effort is only partially rewarded by a borderline silly story. There are interesting elements at play that sadly don't get fully fleshed out. Albert Dupontel is good as always and features in a couple of strikingly choreographed martial arts fight scenes. Marie Guillard, a dead ringer for Maria Sharapova, is one of but a few female character not portrayed as an ice queen fembot.

Nancy C (ru) wrote: 5/5 Wow, drama at its best ever. Tissues require for last hour+, Mads Mikkelsen should be on everyone's radar. "After the Wedding" tears you apart, gives you tears of joy and tragedy, and that life is unexpected, and if you want something to happen, you have to sacrifice and go after it."Time is precious...Every acquaintance, every friend, every person who has a place in your heart...it is the time with them that really means something, nothing else matters..."

Glen W (br) wrote: The camera work made me seasick at times. The story was interesting. It seemed like someone took a B movie and added some great quirky scenes. The girl dancing to combat the sea serpent was brilliantly done. Very imaginative.

Patrick L (ag) wrote: O my fucking god!!! sa me prend trop se film!! Sa fais un sale boute que j'ai vu sa mais c'tait tellement mon film ftiche dans le temps, Ayoye que de bons souvenir, les pires call de fou, juste trop drole!!! Surtout en francais ak la super traduction mal traduis qubcois sa sonne encore plus redneck!

Justin B (es) wrote: Fun but dumb low budget nonsense.

Jack G (mx) wrote: Captain Lou Albano plays it one note here, but what else should I expect?

Alden S (ru) wrote: 10 out of 10:A relatable film that is also well acted and written.

Romeo H (es) wrote: With a promising first half, Martyrs could've been a violent and chilling revenge flick with it's interesting duo, but instead turns into a distasteful torture-porn bloodfest with no substance driving it's second half.