She's with Me
When an IT guy meets a beautiful girl who dreams of being an actress, he pretends to be a big shot producer to win her over. With the insistence of her suspicious friends, she continually tests to see if he is the real deal. This leaves him no choice but to desperately keep up the illusion, because he finds himself falling in love with her.
- Stars:Winston Chao, Shuangbao Wang, Yanlin Dong, Chengxun Cui, Trish Cook, Melissa Grimmond, Bobbie Lee, Doug Bilitch, Iliona Blanc, Andrew Montanez, Gabriela Castillo, Taisha Monique Clark, Kristin Dione Metoyer, Hope Alexandria Harris, Janina Washington, Brittany Anne Woodford, Gabriela Fuhr, Catherine Kyritsi, Suzanne LaChasse,
- Director:Stephen Langford,
- Writer:Stephen Langford
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She's with Me torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Funny and amusing; why hate on this when you can hate on worse movies?
(br) wrote: Just like Garfield. I HATE MONDAYS. Today is one example.
(ag) wrote: Ok last parts (13) TO OWN
(fr) wrote: Starts out with good intentions and good acting trips on one cliche and a pitfalls and then compounds the failures until the ending is so cliche you feel use-ed.
(au) wrote: Too true in today's society. Portrayed the case of MGTOW, added to the mental/degradation of society & what it can do to ones Mental Health. It is actually a Psychological; Thriller. And, as always, these actors do not disappoint. A tough movie.
(ag) wrote: I just want to say something about this movie, in the SUMMER of 1975 a young Adam Carolla wanted to see this movie at the El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood but he didn't have any money. So he went up and down his neighborhood in NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA. knocking on doors asking if they had any Glass Coke Bottles he can have, then when he had enough he went down to Ralston liquor and cash bottles in to get $1.20 in which the Movie was $1.10 for the Double Feature at the El Portal. So the movie was a 2:00pm showing & the time after he cash those bottle in was 10am, so he walked to the El Portal did he want to see this movie No he did not he didn't have a choice back then it was about what was around what was walking distance and the El Portal was walkable and Doc Savage was the movie that was playing 4 months straight so this was the movie a young future comedy ADAM CAROLLA seen that day in the summer of 1975....
(mx) wrote: When kept in perspective (it was late 50's early 60's) it's quite a bold film (in regard to subject matter) about a girl who is looking for love in all the wrong places. It is also a rather sad story about how when you go too far down one "path" in life, it isn't always easy to choose another. And even if you are able...you may start down the new (and better) "path" with a bad case of poison oak from the first "path". An impressive performance by Elizabeth Taylor. though I feel the Oscar was given to her just as much for the impressive (and Oscar nominated) string of solid films that she had made up to that point, as it was for this film in particular.
(es) wrote: I love the boldness of this movie in showing the day to day life struggles of a tiny community and their effects on the making of history. This community, in the face of attacks on their livelihoods became involved in a battle for survival and in doing so became the engineers of their futures. They also added to the collective experience of the struggle against oppression. This tiny, under resourced community took on the power of an international mining corporation and the US legal system that supported it. The interweaving of the class oppression with gender oppression and race inequalities is fantastically done and so often invisible in representations of struggle. The real life struggle involved in the making of this movie adds to the greatness of it's achievement. The quality of the filmic techniques are not fabulous but the raw delivery only adds to the ability of the film to draw us in.
(it) wrote: This follows a similar format to a regular Cirque show. I think that it would have been better to see this at the theatre (in 3D) as intended. It was neat to see many of the stunts in slow motion. It's not really a substitute for seeing it live though. Very beautiful and artistic, of course.