The Center of the World
A couple checks into a suite in Las Vegas. In flashbacks we see that he's a computer whiz on the verge of becoming a dot.com millionaire, she's a lap dancer at a club. He's depressed, withdrawing from work, missing meetings with investors. He wants a connection, so he offers her $10,000 to spend three nights with him in Vegas, and she accepts with conditions. Is mutual attraction stirring?
- Category:Romance, Drama
- Stars:Shane Edelman, Peter Sarsgaard, Molly Parker, Karry Brown, Alisha Klass, Mel Gorham, Lisa Newlan, Jason McCabe, Travis Miljan, Jerry Sherman, Carla Gugino, Pat Morita, Balthazar Getty, Robert Lefkowitz, John Lombardo,
- Director:Wayne Wang, Wayne Wang,
- Writer:Wayne Wang (story), Miranda July (story), Paul Auster (story), Siri Hustvedt (story), Ellen Benjamin Wong (screenplay)
The Center of the World tells the story of Richard, a rich but lonely young computer who offers Florence, a stripper $10,000 to spend three days in Las Vegas with him. Florence accepts, but with certain rules: no penetration, no kissing on the mouth, no talk about feelings, and she "works" only from 10pm to 2am. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Center of the World torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: A very well-done & original cinematic brilliance from Abrams & Spielberg! I've seen it like 20-30 times & it never gets old!
(ru) wrote: Fascinating, intriguing, and visually stunning little documentary. I enjoyed it for what it was but I'm not too big on documentaries but this is one of the ones I think is worth a watch. It's like "gravity" with more cheer, less danger... But it's all a true story.
(us) wrote: So many interesting ideas in such a terrible construct. Nothing is ever tense, scary, or even all that believable, and the ending is just one of those final dumb jump scares added on as a final fuck you.
(ag) wrote: WV actress Dani Englander as a vampire.......go Dani
(ca) wrote: you can't miss it... but i think you have to have (at least) a little understanding about GO
(ag) wrote: Some of this is so freakin funny!
(fr) wrote: stupid pointless movie
(au) wrote: Interesting enough but a little dry. It tries to hold up well but never quite makes it but it is still a top among title about the crown. The performances are great, but some of the movie never creates a mood among all the scenes. There is a definite connection between the key actors but that alone holds up most the movie. The movie really could have been made better without the dry, olden aged camera view. This detracts from the brightness that could have been shows, rather than its 80s view. Still, the movie is a piece of work worth watching.
(jp) wrote: It's much more of a drama than a comedy but it's a fun ride.
(ag) wrote: A staggering work of art. No one makes movies like Herzog, no one dares.
(au) wrote: ugh.. These guys need counseling.
(gb) wrote: Just not what I wanted out of the sequel to the original.
(it) wrote: Charles Band's best film as a director, though that's a rather low bar when your filmography includes such titles as "Dollman vs. Demonic Toys" and "Evil Bong: High 5." A majority of the film's success has to go to the film's writers, Danny Bilson and Paul De Meo, who wrote the very underrated film version of "The Rocketeer," and credit also to the film's two leads, the excellent Tim Thomerson and a before-she-was-famous Helen Hunt. The story here follows a cop from the future, Jack Deth, who's hot on the trail of a master criminal, Whistler, who has psychic abilities to put others under his control (trance). Deth is sent back in time to stop Whislter who's time traveled to modern day (well, 1980s) Los Angeles. Deth hunts him down with the help of plucky party girl, Hunt, the two of which who make a very charming couple. The script is far better than most Band productions, the special effects hold up, and the lead actors are terrific. It's hard to go wrong with this film.