This is a story about Mike, a guy who left his girl in New York when he came to LA to be a star. It's been six months since his girlfriend left him and he's not doing so good. So, his pal and some other friends try and get him back in the social scene and forget about his 6 year relationship.

Mike (Jon Favreau), who abandoned his girlfriend in New York, moved to Los Angeles to find his way to become a "star". But for six months, He did not do anything without his girlfriend. Film with simple content is considered as a good film "from beginning to end" and without a second boring. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Swingers torrent reviews

Asad C (es) wrote: As always, cheap action and a copied story of the movie, in titled "In Time".

Amanda Panda L (kr) wrote: Good film, the misfortunes are most funny. yet with the sad tales makes it the typical story. soundtrack is yet another amazing score. the characters are well played. overall a good film to watch, most entertaining.

Will L (us) wrote: 'Hatchet II' carries on doing exactly what the first film did. It certainly won't win over any new fans, but it will please the ones it has.

Stanisaw D (es) wrote: Czy to ty, czy to ja? Kto oszalal?

Matt G (fr) wrote: This harrowing story about an African activist uprising is ultimately ruined by a dense coating of artificial sugar. Much like Spike Lee's "Chi-raq", a musical-esque tone permeates the social drama...however, unlike the solid control Lee has over his tone, "Sarafina" is wildly uneven in its placement of hope and fury, and often completely mishandles the emotions of its characters and themes (ala Columbus's "Rent").

Steve K (de) wrote: Cindy Valentine played Shana the rock star and wrote two songs for the movie. Can we get an update in the cast section?

Scott R (fr) wrote: Gritty western about Stewart standing up to a gang of outlaws led by Fonda. Nothing novel, nor much to work with writing wise, but it passes the time and keeps you sort of interested.

Karsh D (es) wrote: The operation scene is the cherry on the top of this delicious offering. Still has me laughing out loud now

Christopher T (fr) wrote: Faithful and enjoyable adaptation. I didn't think David Tennant had the requisite Bardian heft, but he pulls it off. However, I still prefer Branagh's Dane. Next up, Olivier!

Brad F (jp) wrote: The downfalls of this film come to two things. First, Ashton Kutcher being casted in a lead role. Secondly, the film goes more toward comedy. To that effect, the message of "Marry who you love" gets lost.