Surrogate Valentine

Surrogate Valentine

San Francisco musician Goh Nakamura (playing himself) is barely scraping by playing live gigs and teaching guitar. So when a filmmaker friend asks him to teach guitar lessons to TV star Danny Turner (Chadd Stoops) for his upcoming movie role, Goh jumps at the chance. While on tour together, things get complicated when Goh's high school flame Rachel (Lynn Chen) shows up.

San Francisco indie musician Goh Nakamura lives a life on the road, navigating friendships and relationships. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Surrogate Valentine torrent reviews

Ruben A (ru) wrote: the one before was better. this was kinda disappointing. but it did a good job at exploring the relationships between the characters

Chris D (us) wrote: Great Movie short....

Corey J (es) wrote: A demonic movie with a heart of pure gold! While it can be a little to quirky for it's own good at times, The humor and touching moments more than make up for it.

Derek J (br) wrote: this time parodying doesn't work aping to's elections. the pacing is off while the direction struggles to be light fluffy comedy or dark literal take. especially, midway when too much face time's given to a non-essential. a very low 3.5.

James S (es) wrote: it was ok and pretty funny

Alan V (jp) wrote: Pretty disturbing. The hidden-camera things works surprisingly well, and never feels that gimmicky. I may be forever suspicious of strangers who have a lot in common with me...

Colin D (kr) wrote: Absolute junk. This movie is just like a meat cobbler with no meat. Interesting premise, but absolutely no effort for the film. Felt really rushed and the conclusion of this film while is a twist it is really tough to make it through this film. Lennox Lewis seems to be cast just because he is Lennox Lewis. An absolute failure of a film on all fronts, I wouldnt even waste time or money investing in this junk.

Kasey N (ru) wrote: This movie is worth watching just to watch Chuck Norris and Louis Gosset argue with eachother. Of course it was a little predictable: Chuck Norris vs. a red cyclops. We all know who's gonna win that one.

Ed Q (it) wrote: A fascinating documentary that asks several interesting questions, while exposing the absurd sense of privilege and self-importance that defines humanity.

Valentin G (es) wrote: Saturday Night Fever is awesome in terms of screenplay, music and acting. I think this is one of the best movies of the 70's, and that was a decade of majestic films. 9/10

Faris A (br) wrote: The Poster says "Judy Garland" in third bill. To watch a 2 Hour film expecting to see Judy Garland having the film drag on and on until you finally see her. It's a flop performance.

Howard E (nl) wrote: DON JON is the impressive directorial debut by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who played the geeky kid on TV's 3RD ROCK FROM THE SUN about 15 years ago. The story is about how people expect reality to match up with what they see in the media.In the film, Jon Martello Jr. is a macho Italian-American from New Jersey who only has a few things that he cares about in life. As he says in a voice-over, "My body. My pad. My ride. My family. My church. My boys. My girls. My porn." Everything in Jon's world is an object of his consumption and desire - it's all for his use. He loves his Internet porn and this shapes his expectations of how love, relationships and sex are supposed to be.Jon is obsessed with surface appearances - both his and those of the girls he wants for his sexual conquests. He's very successful at scoring but, unfortunately for these girls, Jon gets more satisfaction from watching a minute of Internet pornography than he does from having sex with them. One night while in the club with his boys, he meets a "10", or a "dime", as he calls it - the girl of his erotic dreams - fetchingly played by Scarlett Johansson who looks a bit like Jessica Rabbit. Jon gets Barbara into bed but he quickly realises that even she doesn't measure up to what he can achieve on his own. When Barbara catches him self-indulging, she lays down the law: no lying and no more Internet porn. But Barbara is not so different from Jon. Her view of relationships is as fantasized as his is. While Jon believes that what he sees on the porn sites is real, she believes that what she sees in the romantic Hollywood films she loves to watch is just as real.Barbara starts to mould Jon into her vision of what a romantic guy should be. He's no longer allowed to clean his own floors. It's not sexy, she says. At her insistence, he goes to night school to get a degree because being a bartender is not romantic either. While at school, Jon meets the off-beat and much older Esther (played by Julianne Moore) and the two embark on a May-September relationship. Through Esther, Jon grows up and learns about delayed gratification, and about finding yourself by losing yourself in another person.DON JON features an excellent performance by Tony Danza, as Jon's hot-headed father. You can see that he was Jon (maybe without the benefit of the Internet) 25 years earlier. He even comments to Jon on the quality of Barbara's tangible assets. But the best performance in the film goes to Brie Larson, whose career so far has mainly been on TV. Brie plays Jon's younger sister, Monica, who only has one line in the film but her expressions throughout are priceless. This is a young woman who wants nothing more than to escape from the life she is in. She is glued to her smartphone, whether it's at the family's weekly Sunday church visits or at their dinner table later that afternoon.A bit of warning: When it comes to the Internet porn scenes, nothing is left to imagination. If you can handle the explicitness, then see this movie. When I saw the film, my first thought was that this is what Gordon-Levitt wanted as his first screenplay? But after giving it more thought, the film and its subject matter have grown on me. The guy is certainly a very talented actor. We now see that he's an equally talented screenwriter and director.

Joe R (fr) wrote: With a film like Jurassic Park, it's difficult to reinvent the wheel. But what we have here is a tight little adventure for your money's worth. With a running time of 92 minutes, it doesn't over-stay its welcome. It's fun, thrilling, and the only movie of the three sequels that recaptures the magic of the original. New dinosaurs take the spotlight and we've got a lot of great action set-pieces in this film. The sequence in the Aviary is quite effective. It's a great popcorn movie! Give it a chance!