Stuck Between Stations
A decade after they graduated from high school and went their separate ways, Casper (Sam Rosen), a soldier haunted by the horrors of war, and Rebecca (Zoe Lister Jones), a whip-smart graduate student with a shaky future, reunite by chance and get to know each other over the course of an accidental tour of the little-known underbelly of Minneapolis. The evening's odyssey includes a bar fight, a house party, a punk-rock circus, a spontaneous burglary, a home Casper did not know he had, and a cast of strange characters, unexpected allies and disappointing friends.
- Stars:Sam Rosen, Zoe Lister Jones, Michael Imperioli, Josh Hartnett, Nadia Dajani, Casey Greig, Christiana Clark, Brent Doyle, David Tufford, Sarah Sandusky, Hamil Griffin-Cassidy, Terry Jones, Will Mackin, Jodi Milbert, John Samels,
- Director:Brady Kiernan,
- Writer:Nat Bennett, Sam Rosen
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Stuck Between Stations torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Loved this film! Great script and acting. Meaningful story about parenting and friends, and 1970s feminism and life.
(nl) wrote: A very interesting story, but was told is such a scholastic and idealized way that didn't appeal too much, and the fact that is almost 2h and 1/2 made it even worse.
(mx) wrote: Horrible put together film. It looked like someone had filmed in in their basement. Definitely boring.
(nl) wrote: I was very curious when I read the summary. I thought it would be interesting to look at this situation through the eyes of a younger brother. When I saw the movie however, it never came up to my expectations. The different scenes didn't seem to link with each other. The intense emotions didn't touch me, because the context was too vague. The ending of the movie is probably the best example of this.
(mx) wrote: "Silly, messy but eventually funny, The Out-of-towners is a good comedy, but mostly good because of Steve Martin's charming performance"There are many movies who spoofes New York unsensitivity for ousiders, them being robbed, kidnapped or involved in the middle of a Mafia or something alike. The Out-of-towners is another who steps in that territory and with Goldie Hawn and Steve Martin, I expected no more than a solid comedy with nothing golden to offer. Indeed, It was solid but not enough, at least I laughed.The core of the movie is Steve Martin, doing the role of a bad-tempered husband. He does it so well. His carreer in SNL definately shows up again in this movie, where he stills doing foully things.Goldie Hawn is one of the problem of this movies. Exagerates her role as a mother and wife that just looses his own kids, and probably she is leaning more for the romantic side of the movie, which terribly fails into decadent ambrosia.Even though the script is funny, it has some mistakes. The main aim to this movie gets burnt by this mistakes, showing fun but lack of an interesting plot.When Henry Clark (Steve Martin) gets fired from his job, he goes to New York followed by his wife, Nancy (Goldie Hawn). But their relationship and the trip itself will fall apart in disaster, all in one crazy night.So as I tell, this version of The Out-of-towners is pretty different to 1970's gem. But it is some popcorn fun, and if you are a Steve Martin fun, you will not be dissapointed.
(nl) wrote: I liked this movie, because it seems like one not many people have seen of heard about. I also like movies that are about urban communities because the fact most are so real to life. The two characters spend their nights using graffiti art to state their opinions & get caught & must face the consequences. Although I found some of the acting quite terrible, I still enjoyed the storyline wondering how it would all pan out for the guys. Needless to say, one turns his life around & the other makes his worse while choosing the easy way out. It was fun to watch, felt like the storyline moved at a decent pace, but it pri won't be one I watch again. Although Lane Garrison is some good eye candy!
(ag) wrote: One of the greatest Hong Kong action films ever made. The duel between Jackie Chan and Benny Urquidez (also seen in Grosse Pointe Blank) is one of the greatest onscreen fights ever choreographed.
(ca) wrote: Igrid Pitt as Elizabeth Bathory...
(de) wrote: (1 1/2 Stars) Somebody must absolutely hate the New Orleans Police Department... in Bending the Rules, they're corrupt, idiotic, and very bad at their jobs. This film is extremely uninteresting and for a movie made by WWE Studios, there are very little action scenes... I believe there's a shootout at the end that lasts less than thirty seconds. I don't remember Edge ever fighting, which is probably the only reason some people want to see this. The story is just bad; it's a paint-by-number buddy movie with a boring plot about finding an Assistant DA's (Jamie Kennedy) car. Detective Nick Blades (Edge) has a 'tough' last name and doesn't play by the rules... where have you heard that before? I think we're supposed to think the DA is a prick (casting Jamie Kennedy helps), but his character doesn't really do anything that makes him seem dickish; he does his job and his girlfriend sucks, so we're on his side. The cops are awful; their only contribution to the film is a ton (and I mean A TON) of lame taser-related puns. The movie has one positive: WWE Superstar Adam "Edge" Copeland is a very charismatic, funny, good-looking, and likable actor. With a good script, I think he can command a movie. It's sad that this junk and Highlander: Endgame are basically his acting career. So should you see Bending the Rules? There's no reason to.
(ag) wrote: Not exactly a bad film, but fairly disappointing as a sequel to a classic. Yul Brynner returns, but he's the only one who does. Robert Fuller is not, to say the least, a welcome substitute for Steve McQueen. Julian Mateos is not a great actor, but since he's replacing Horst Bucholz, nobody will really care. Warren Oates and Claude Akins are added. Oates's is hampered by a silly character, but Akins is quite good, nearly stealing the whole film. Emilio Fernndez is fantastic as the villain, and Fernando Rey even shows up. I love Larry Cohen, but frankly, it's his screenplay that's really no good. It's a very routine "hunker down and hold off the bad guys" script that really has nothing new to offer. It's a dull retread of the original film.