Sliding Doors

Sliding Doors

Gwyneth Paltrow plays London publicist Helen, effortlessly sliding between parallel storylines that show what happens if she does or does not catch a train back to her apartment. Love. Romantic entanglements. Deception. Trust. Friendship. Comedy. All come into focus as the two stories shift back and forth, overlap and surprisingly converge.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:99 minutes
  • Release:1998
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:boat,   dream,   fight,  

The love life and career of Helen (Gwyneth Paltrow), a London ad executive, both hinge, unknown to her, on whether or not she catches a train. One when she gets home early and catches her boyfriend in bed with another woman, the other when she doesn't. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Sliding Doors torrent reviews

Arjun A (kr) wrote: Interesting but also incomplete.

Caitlin P (it) wrote: My friend introduced me to this movie and I was unsure if it was any good. I'm not fond of musicals or operas or gore for that matter. But the plot is what kept my attention. Just the thought of someone finding a cure to save lives and then as soon as you can't pay it is lights out is terrifying. The characters were so well thought out and interesting to watch.This movie changed me, I have started to like musicals more and gore bothers me less and less. I really don't understand why the critics only gave it a 35% overall.

Taylor D (us) wrote: I LURV THIS MOVIE!!! Jake T Austin is so cute in it! =D

Jonny P (de) wrote: "Just Friends" is the romantic goofball comedy that you expect from the previews, synopsis, or even just the DVD cover that features a fat Ryan Reynolds. It exhibits every stereotype imaginable, from a fat nerd becoming attractive and a popular high school jock becoming a loser to the morals of success making people arrogant and that love cannot be bought. You can essentially predict every piece of this puzzle five minutes before it happens; still, sometimes we need a few laughs and a story that doesn't surprise us. I think that most people can relate to this film on some level because we have all been put into the "friend zone" at one time or another. Also, Amy Smart has that girl-next-door look that will remind every guy of a female friend that he had in high school. While the plot doesn't require us to think on a very high level, watching this film begs the question: "Whatever happened to Amy Smart?" She was very popular when this film came out but it wasn't long before she faded away. Personally, I gave up on her after I saw "Crank," but every actor is entitled to a mistake. It is interesting to consider that she was more popular than Ryan Reynolds when this film came out and yet, his longevity has far surpassed hers. My main complaint about this film is the lack of chemistry between the characters. Everybody gets to have their humorous moments, like the hockey scene for Reynolds, the Christmas decoration destruction for Anna Faris, and the poor teenage guitar performance for Chris Klein. All of the situational and slapstick comedy is well done. However, there is never a moment where I really want two characters to get together and I definitely did not shed any tears at the film's obvious conclusion. "Just Friends" is a great put-it-on-in-the-background comedy that resolves all of its situations the way that you want, but it is also the opposite of a tearjerker with plot twists that will keep you guessing.

Autumn L (es) wrote: Even though I live in Alabama, and once again we "get served" so to speak, I found it to be an interesting movie into the actual stupidity of people during that time frame.

QT C (de) wrote: Some of it was so unbelievable and that made it funny even if the movie was supposed to be serious, but overall it was action-packed and it did have some sort of plot where he had to rescue his daughter.

Wahida K (de) wrote: Billy Crystal as Actor and Director, BRILLIANT! This Movie has a tiny bit of everything for Romance and Comedy Fans.

Jos M (ru) wrote: It unfolds with a predictable storytelling, but virtuoso performances from the beautiful, trascendental Jodie Foster, Liam Neeson and Natasha Richardson and outstanding cinematography by Dante Spinotti make Nell an affecting, emotive drama.

Scott C (it) wrote: More tedium from Robert Altman. At least it had a great cast and it was fun seeing Huey Lewis as an actor.

Jaime R (us) wrote: A Woody Allen comedy like no other. And it is a masterpiece for sure.

jay n (kr) wrote: Silly comedy that starts charmingly and falls apart completely at the end. You'll know just when the movie goes south and it never recovers. Virna is breathtakingly beautiful throughout.

Jarek M (ag) wrote: In the sands of life. Quintessence of japanese avantgarde and buddish philosophy.