Sunshine on Leith
Davy and Ally have to re-learn how to live life in Edinburgh after coming home from serving in Afghanistan. Both struggle to learn to live a life outside the army and to deal with the everyday struggles of family, jobs and relationships. Sunshine on Leith is based on the sensational stage hit of the same name, featuring music by pop-folk band The Proclaimers.
- Category:Romance, Comedy, Musical, Drama
- Stars:Jason Flemyng, George MacKay, Antonia Thomas, Peter Mullan, Jane Horrocks, Freya Mavor, Kevin Guthrie, Paul Brannigan, Sara Vickers, Daniela Nardini, Robert Yates, Emma Hartley-Miller, Elaine M. Ellis, Michael Keat, Paul McCole,
- Director:Dexter Fletcher,
- Writer:Stephen Greenhorn (stage play), Stephen Greenhorn (screenplay)
A film of Dexter Fletcher about friendship, love and family. Ally & Davy are best pals and their parents are busy planning their 25th wedding anniversary. A secret is reveals, which threaten to breakup of family and relationships. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sunshine on Leith torrent reviews
(au) wrote: one of the best romantic drama from India. The performance of Irfaan and Nimrat was superb.....
(es) wrote: Bollywood is out with Disney! It was not a bad Movie, but it was not Original as well. Jugal as a writer, never thought, but I guess he needs to come up with Original Ideas, still credit for him that he made the script funny.
(kr) wrote: Entre las venezolanas... esta es mi favorita ;)
(ca) wrote: As incomparably incompetent, endearingly earnest and stupefyingly stonerlicious as anything Ed Wood ever produced.
(es) wrote: I Know most people think this films awful because it isn't like the original, but we should give it a bit of credit...
(au) wrote: A triumph of attitude over substance! What Thunder Road has going for it is a powerhouse performance by Robert Mitchum and some fast cars. The story is cliched in the extreme and I would imagine it was even in 1958. Mitchum tough-as-nails rum-runner is, to put it bluntly, extremely macho, much more so than most action stars today. Also, even though she can't act, Keely Smith sure can sing. And no, that's not Robert Mitchum singing the theme.
(es) wrote: Moody, suspenseful, and a good cast, but nothing spectacular. The villain is interesting, but definitely one-dimensional.
(gb) wrote: Dark and atmospheric with an imaginative narrative.
(ca) wrote: Holds up pretty well.... not the best of the brothers' film, as the second half drags painfully long... but the over the top hilarity of the first half makes it worth a viewing. Love Harpo (the Silent Bob of the '30s).
(de) wrote: "Cavalcade" is silly, lengthy, and at times, very incoherent. Viewers in the 1930's, especially the Academy, may have awarded Best Picture to this ridiculous film, but viewers today will be utterly baffled by nearly everything. It is about two families over a thirty year period that suffer through life and death (sounds like "The Magnificent Ambersons," another film I did not like). The film is just endless and the acting seems perhaps good, but I can not take seriously. Everyone looks lame in their performance. Calvacade is one of the less likable Best Picture recipients and it has dated badly. The next year's winner in 1934, "It Happened One Night," is much better, not only in coherence, but also acting and filming.
(br) wrote: OK Western, made more tolerable by the great Vincent Price. The star is a little bland...I know he was supposed to be, but he's still bland.