Producing Adults

Producing Adults

Longtime couple Venla and Antero come to a serious impasse. After years with Antero, Venla wants to start a family, but her boyfriend, worried that parenthood will stifle his speed-skating career, secretly gets a vasectomy. Determined to have a child, Venla seeks help from a female fertility doctor, a decision that breeds new possibilities for the prospective mother when she falls in love with the doctor.

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Producing Adults torrent reviews

Tom M (fr) wrote: See it, saw it, liked it different from the average hollywood cut and paste movies.

Sylvester E (de) wrote: It was actually not that bad. It kept you interested and it had a pretty good twist.

Matthew L (jp) wrote: Eyeborgs influences are painfully obvious, with everything from the writings of Philip K. Dick to the Terminator franchise all but name checked during the film. The sad thing is that this doesn't rise above its B-movie roots which is a shame as the premise is fantastic, its just a shame that the idea is not fully rounded. The films biggest let down is that it appears to be missing the final 20 minutes, its taken an hour and a half for everything to be revealed to the cast and then it just stops. Whether this is for a potential sequel remains to be seen but at present it just feels like an idea thats just not been fully rounded.

Jerrod L (us) wrote: you got served is a sweet dancing movie they should have a little better storyline tho overall a sweet movie

David M (gb) wrote: People seem to have strong reactions to this film, for and against: I guess Bill Murray is the cinematic equivalent of stinky cheese. I loved it, and lost myself completely in its dream-like quality.

Gabriel Z (ru) wrote: molly ringwald AND kylie minogue? How come I never heard of this movie? It probly sucks, I bet that's why.

Little A (ag) wrote: I love this movie, makes me laugh everytime I see it!

Jarett B (es) wrote: Holy ever-loving Christ... Where do I start? How do I start to describe this? I'm not even sure if I know how... It's not that it's difficult to follow, as it's narrative structure is classical, but there is something so indescribable about Dunes that I'm drawing a blank. I started off curious; curious turned to worry and then repulsion; repulsion gives way to sympathy; back to curious; and then completely f**king uncertain what to think. I do know a few things: this is an EPIC film, not in terms of Hollywood epics or David Lean marathon films, but just in narrative/emotional scope (as there is really only one location... take a guess where it takes place?). Grab yourself the director's cut, just in case there is anything left out of the theatrical cut (I don't know personally as I've only seen the Director's Cut, but NEVER does the film drag or feel tedious). Finally... it's just a mystical, magical piece of work. I felt like I was watching a Japanese Bergman flick, just with a tad less emotional torment! Now, that's a selling point if I ever saw one! "Ladies and Gentleman... Introducing.... the MASTERPIECE 'Woman in the Dunes' directors cut... NOW, and for a limited time only, with 5% LESS emotional torment!! See it before we're forced to increase your visual suffering!"

Matt M (mx) wrote: A young steel worker falls in love with the boss' daughter. They get married, but soon enough the ambitious and proud young man starts feeling like nothing more than a kept husband. Too campy to be a drama and not exactly amusing enough to be a romantic comedy, this Lloyd Bacon film is quite dull, forgettable and only rarely brightened up, mostly by a hard to miss supporting role in the cynical father of the young man.

Ryan M (gb) wrote: Starts off strong, but takes way too long to end, and ends up tying up strings and introducing late-game problems that could have been cut.

Scott W (us) wrote: Enjoyable, colourful and imaginative retelling of the story, this time with stranded astronaut on Mars. The only let down is the re-use of War of the Worlds war machine special effects(minus the heat rays, and sound effects repeatedly as the alien space ships...really disappointing. Adam West has a small role.