Small Town Saturday Night
Just days before Rhett (Chris Pine) is leaving for Nashville to pursue a lifelong dream of being a singer/songwriter, his girlfriend Samantha (Bre Blair) realizes that "his" future may not be "their" future. This news comes as a shock to Rhett, and he is faced with having to choose between following his dream and staying in his hometown in order to be with the woman he loves.
An aspiring career as a country singer jeopardizes a man's relationship with his sweetheart (Bre Blair). While she does love him, she comes to realize that what's best for her daughter and their future may not be what's best for him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Small Town Saturday Night torrent reviews
(us) wrote: It's good movie to watch
(jp) wrote: In "Shall We Kiss?" Emilie(Julie Gayet) has a wonderful time being shown around Nantes by Gabriel(Michael Cohen). At the end of the day, he attempts to give her a goodnight kiss but she rebuffs him. For the reason why, she tells him the cautionary tale of Judith(Virginie Ledoyen) and Nicolas(Emmanuel Mouret, who also writes and directs), two longtime friends. Judith is happily married to Claudio(Stefano Accorsi) while Nicolas has just amicably broken up with his girlfriend of two years. Missing intimacy, he visits a prostitute(Marie Madinier) which ends badly. So, Judith sees what she can do for him... "Shall We Kiss?" is a surprisingly gentle and droll comedy of manners that almost gets tripped up by a plot trap but recovers nicely. Usually, I have a problem with movies this talky, but here it feels completely natural, as a lot of it is delivered in an awkward fashion that captures the characters' feelings well with them being terrified to take the next step, symbolized by a kiss. But for men and women who are platonic friends, things may be perfect as they are. For Judith and Nicolas, the tragedy may come from them not taking action long ago when there were less complications.
(nl) wrote: Slower paced and more reflective than Hotel Rwanda, and broader and overall better than Shooting Dogs. If you want to watch a film about the horrors of Rwanda then this is recommended. Plenty is shown of the US/international (non-)response, and it also follows a number of good personal stories within the events at large. It does well at holding up a mirror and allowing the viewer to decide. At times it's a little disjointed, as though it's been edited a little over-enthusiastically, but it's still a well-crafted film.
(au) wrote: Just not as slickly filmed or enjoyable as the first film, plus the CGI is dreary, as are the characters.
(es) wrote: Ambitious and exquisite, RUSSIAN ARK is that rare film that reaches for the stars and succeeds. The final 8 minutes in which aristocratic party revelers leave the ball by slowly descending a staircase will be lodged in my cinematic memory forever. Nothing and everything happens in one long take.
(it) wrote: Sweet,family friendly Christmas movie the kiddies will love and the adults will like.
(gb) wrote: Same as the first but different people.
(mx) wrote: A horrid, unnecessary mess of a remake, Black Christmas wastes its story and cast with a sloppy take on "horror" and instead becomes as awful as leftover Christmas dinner.
(mx) wrote: A bit more subtlety will be good....fine line between clever and smarta$$
(es) wrote: I would probably watch it for the stupidity, but I'm to busy watching GOOD movies!
(it) wrote: A pretty great classic.
(de) wrote: This movie is bad in so many ways it hard to point them all out!
(br) wrote: Un film trop orient (C) sur la propagande religieuse, dommage ! En tant qu'ath (C)e je n'accroche vraiment pas :(