Sweet November

Sweet November

A woman refuses to let her romances last longer than one month.

A woman lures emotionally crippled men into affairs, then helps them repair their lives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Sweet November torrent reviews

D M (fr) wrote: A severe disappointment. This giant croc film isn't anywhere as great as its predecessor. Cloris Leachman was the best part of the movie, though she's no Betty White.

Mindaugas M (es) wrote: while script is nothing original movie is well made and keeps you invested from start until the end. Enjoyed a lot.

Spookie M (nl) wrote: A diabolical plot to create a master race by mating evil nazi elves with a teenage girl! This is a Christmas themed horror that stars Dan "Grizzly Adams" Haggerty and even though it is fairly bloodless it is shocking that it is PG-13. The dialogue is hilarious and this would be paired nicely with the equally craptastic Silent Night Deadly Night 2!

Alberto C (kr) wrote: Todavia peor que la segunda parte, se metieron en terrenos medievales y ejercitos de zombies. Pesima conclusion a la trilogia.

Joshua G (mx) wrote: Vanna White and Linnea Quigley have small parts in this hit and miss retro slasher. Not perfect, but you can have a good time if you're in the right mood. The sword through the neck was my favorite kill.

Paul D (de) wrote: I think Alan Rickman is one of the more memorable parts of this movie. While it does run a bit long, I do still enjoy it for the most part. It does lose focus from time to time, but it is still one of the better live-action Robin Hood movies out there.

The Movie G (de) wrote: Wes Anderson's biggest masterpiece yet

Matt M (jp) wrote: The story of a group of friends in the days previous one of their marriages, as they share their fears of growing old in Baltimore in 1959. Levinson's film is an intimate sight on masculine fears and vulnerabilities mixed well into a nostalgic and conventionally romanticised portrait of the America of diners and dance halls in the late fifties.