Some Kind Of Beautiful

Some Kind Of Beautiful

By day, Richard Haig is a successful and well-respected English professor at renowned Trinity College in Cambridge. By night, Richard indulges his own romantic fantasies with a steady stream of beautiful undergraduates. But Richard has grown tired of the game and is looking for something more meaningful and lasting. So when Kate, Richard’s tanned, athletic, 25-year-old American girlfriend tells him that she is pregnant, Richard is thrilled. He looks forward to having a family of his own, being a father his children could be proud of, not some sex-fueled bobcat. There is only one problem. Richard’s not in love with Kate. Richard is in love with Kate’s sister, Olivia. He had been in love with her ever since he first saw her.

A drama about a Cambridge poetry professor who begins to re-evaluate his life of Byronic excess. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Some Kind Of Beautiful torrent reviews

Vincent W (mx) wrote: I'm going to forgive this film for its overly-simplistic plot and uninventive ending because MY GOSH did this film is a work of art. The camera angles, environments, acting, and scare moments are absolutely amazing. This low budget film puts many other horror flicks to shame. I find it odd that I didn't find The Descent or The Texas Chainsaw Massacre very interesting but this one absolutely nailed the horror parts.SUMMARY: A very strong film. I recommend it! There is so much masterful technique here that horror film aficionados will eat this up.

david t (es) wrote: I would like to see this one....

kyo 9 (it) wrote: Quite peculiar plot but understandable..A combination of religious with lust

Gregory C (mx) wrote: fun! thanks for the suggestion, charlotte!

Andy P (de) wrote: A purposeless made for television "drama" which follows the exploits of a detestable racist thug, admittedly played with raw intensity by TIm Roth in his debut.

Michael A (jp) wrote: Of how had this movie is, to me, It's a guilty pleasure.

Blake A (ca) wrote: As he did in other subversive, later-life productions such as "The Big Heat" and "Rancho Notorious", Fritz Lang brings his pessimistic view of humanity to bear on a story (taken from a French novel) that might have otherwise unraveled with the obligatory dispensing of justice and American moral certitude prevalent in Hollywood film at the time. The Edward G. Robinson character is a painful study in emasculation and loneliness; the deception he suffers at the hands of the Joan Bennett and Dan Duryea characters is almost startling for their unbending remorselessness towards him (especially hers -- no third act change-of-heart scenarios to be found here). It is that willingness of Lang's to follow the story all the way to its logical, devastating conclusion (unlike in "Ministry of Fear") that makes "Scarlet Street" so impacting. Is it one of the director's best? Not really. The set-up is too slow and labored, and the performances of the three principals (and that of Robinson's wife) are too broad at times. But it builds as it goes and the pay-off is a doozy. In one masterfully handled transition, Lang sets you up to expect the usual clich of a last-minute reprieve for one character hand in hand with the self-sacrifice of another, then yanks the rug out and we're brought to a far more wrenching conclusion. It is a very good film.

Liy C (mx) wrote: It's so funny! My mom laughed all night long after I told her the story!

Greg W (ca) wrote: awesome pre-code talkie

Andrew B (ru) wrote: Pretty good for the most part but has one of those annoying modern film endings where they basically just stop the movie about 3 quarters into the story so they can appear to be different.