A story about a group of rich kids, from old money families, north of Copenhagen, from a world where people with ambition and power rule. Away from the superficiality and pretention of their social class, they live a secret life, in which power, money, sex, drugs and endless secrets dominate. A lifestyle only a few of them can survive and where most become scarred for life.
- Stars:Simone Aagaard-Hansen, Lotte Arnsbjerg, Rune Bendixen, Frederikke Cecilie Berthelsen, Cathrine Bjørn, Søren Bregendal, Katharina Damm, Marinela Dekic, Sebastian Fick, Mette Gregersen, Sarah Huang, Mette Veronika Jensen, Sebastian Jessen, Deni Jordan, Katrin Lilja,
- Director:Rune Bendixen,
- Writer:Rune Bendixen
The movie is about a group of young, beautiful and most of all rich kids, who try to drown their parents neglect in booze, drugs and sex. They all live in the richest neighborhoods in ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rich Kids torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Beautiful imagery, scenery, lovely. It transported me back to my coming-of-age and the dreaminess of memories. Very vivid.
(ag) wrote: While it does feel uneven and similar and not really a film for everybody, I thought that XX was actually an interesting and solid horror anthology film that does a good job at being intriguing and creative.
(gb) wrote: Ooo, this was good. Definitely way more of a thinker than expected. It's a super tense thriller about a moment in time for all sorts of people. Yes, parts of it are very contrived and eye rolling, but it still works to hammer home the point. When you have the technology and power to watch anyone anywhere, and even to kill them, how do you harness it? What goes on here is SO relevant to what's going on in the world right now. Helen Mirren is great, as always. Very much recommended.
(it) wrote: One of the best horror movies of our time.
(es) wrote: This movie is about the two most popular guys in school ditching football camp for cheerleader camp. A critic wrote that an R rating would make it way better, not having one make it kinda lame. Still with all its clichs and predictability I still remember it whenever I'm the only male in the gyms step or dance classes. And it also has one of the most memorable dialogues I've ever seen:What do the Panthers have that you don't have?- Skills.- Athleticism.- Kickass cheers.- Laser hair removal.- Big-ass titties. I'm just saying.- Confidence. They're cocky assholes. Like Nick, the cockiest asshole on the football field. That's why he's good.- He's right. I'm awesome.- Because he believes in himself.- Also because I'm awesome.- He knows he's gonna be good, so he's good. And he takes chances.- Not hard due to the fact that I'm awesome.- Nick. Trying to make a speech here.
(mx) wrote: A Pure Formality (Una Pura Formali) directed and written by Guiseppe Tornatore (Cinema Paradiso).Starring Grard Depardieu as famous writer Onoff and Roman Polanski as Inspector (sarcastically calls himself Leonardo Da Vinci). Film opens with a gunshot pointed in the face of victim (camera), a heavy man (Gerard Despardieu) is running in dark night, under cats & dogs rain, breathless and desperate - picked up by the police after failing to show his identity, he is brought to shabby, unclean, leaking police station in the mid of forest. He is offered warm milk but spills it in the face of an old police officer and manhandles couple of them - until, Inspector arrives (Roman Polanski - his real name is not told in entire film instead he sarcastically informs suspect to call him 'Leonardo Da Vinci after the suspect presented himself as famous writer Onoff ). Inspector being a huge fan of Onoff could not recognize this man with shaven face. Film follows longer, irritating interrogation throughout the night about murderer of the victim. American director M. Night Shyamalan has stated inspiration for his film 'The Sixth Sense' from this movie. A Pure Formality also inspired many others. It is worth watching film to see two great men together onscreen, Gerard (a brand name for French cinema) and talented master of suspense Roman Polanski. Their way of exchanging, dialogues show the huge impact on the plot of movie. Although general audience might find the ending disappointing and yet for those who like atmosphere of eeriness and murkiness, should find this as a blessing. I think, movie takes too much of duration. Renowned director Guiseppe Tornatore offered us movies like Cinema Paradiso but A Pure Formalitty got away off his hand with too much missing to offer 'thrill-ride'. I still give it fresh score for fully impacting duo onscreen i-e Gerard and Polanski.
(mx) wrote: Great movie... Has a good message I would f added more star but won't let me :(... But it's a great m ie
(ag) wrote: An okay effort, but director Aldrich has done better before and since.
(ru) wrote: Good movie with horrific ending.
(ag) wrote: An atmospheric, sensual feature that takes place in an isolated convent with deep dark secrets. It doesn't always adhere to logic, but like some of Dario Argento's best work, it works on a nightmare level. At the H.P. Lovecraft Film Fest screening I attended, Director Mariano Baino was on hand to tell us how difficult it is to get a Russian crew to come back from four hour lunches.
(gb) wrote: Freakin hysterical! One of my all time favs!
(es) wrote: A widowed woman becomes moonstruck in love in this gentle romantic tale.