The Break-Up

The Break-Up

Cohabitating couple Gary and Brooke find their once-blissful romance on the rocks when petty spats about lemons and dirty dishes mushroom into an all-out battle for custody of their upscale Chicago condo. An escalating argument ensues as Gary and Brooke continue to live under the same roof, all while cooking up schemes to drive each other off the premises.

When Brooke, an art dealer, and Gary, a tour-bus driver, finally call it quits in their relationship, neither is willing to move out of their shared condo. Since then, their break-up proceeds to get uglier and nastier by the moment. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Break-Up torrent reviews

Nisha Mei S (nl) wrote: Turned out to be quite thrilling to watch.

Devlin C (it) wrote: I love art and art loves me. This IS ART!

Maha M (it) wrote: Good story with bad execution

Ersalina M (ru) wrote: A good love comedy that has light humor. Sweet chemistry between the 2 lead actor and actress.

Serge L (gb) wrote: The story holds up, logically. Clint is set up to be the hero once again, that makes the film a bit standard. As tv film, it is fine. We get to play crime solver a little. This is not a thriller, it is a crime mystery and a real film.

Matt B (au) wrote: Carnage is far from amazing, but the cast and Roman Polanski's detailed miss-en-scne make it enjoyable.

Laura H (jp) wrote: It's okay... not really my type of movie.

Stephen M (nl) wrote: I think this is Barbra Streisand's greatest acting put on film. It is raw, real, honest, humourous and heartbreaking. There are many who play the "I don't believe Streisand as a hooker" card but I am fortunate enough to know both men and women who work in the sex for money industry and I am here to tell you that they are not all beautiful like the hooker in Pretty Woman. People who pay for sex are often not just paying for sex; they are paying for companionship, conversation, fantasy, and Claudia Draper (as played by Barbra Streisand) can offer any and all of these things. The script, based on the stage play, is extremely solid ground on which to stand. Martin Ritt directs film and cast with dignity and respect and wonderful use of art direction and slow camera movements that capture that art direction. I especially love all his use of bright light on dark colours like the wood in the courtrooms or her elegantly furnished apartmenent, or even the top of Streisand's hair. This isn't a freight train of a movie, it is a quiet and intense drama that makes the audience sit still and listen and think. The entire cast is superlative but, really, Streisand is in top form here. I am a fan!

Graham C (nl) wrote: A much darker story in this collection of Dirty Harry. Callahan is forced to take a vacation after attempt on his life by thugs. However he is drown in a situation what seems to be brutal killings at some old local thugs in a small town. Its dirty and violent as ever however Clint Eastwood never lets you down with his one-liners."Go ahead...Make My Day"

Tim S (ag) wrote: Fantastic movie musical, even showcasing some great acting talent from The King.

Sylvester K (ru) wrote: The original story was butchered to pieces in this film adaptation. Despite Barker wrote and directed this personally, it was a horrendous show of gore and violence. The 2 hour running time was a nightmare in itself, I honestly don't know what Barker was thinking when he opt for special effect and gore instead of a decent storyline. I am sure for the people that didn't read the novella, this was a rather confusing film. Other than some nice make up, Nightbreed fell short and too many points to make it an excellent film.