The Cost of Love

The Cost of Love

Dale is an attractive, hard-as-nails gay male escort in Greenwich, London. He specialises in fulfilling sexual fantasies - dressing up as a schoolboy, BDSM, you name it, he's done it, yet his own dreams of a happy ending are complicated when straight best friend and childhood crush Raj announces his forthcoming marriage. Meanwhile, a spate of gay hate crimes are being reported on the local heath...

This is a highly romantic tale of love and tragedy, of suspense and action, of hot and steamy activity, delving into the lives of diverse residents of Greenwich in southeast London. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Cost of Love torrent reviews

Michael T (de) wrote: While imperfect, this is an intelligent and thought-provoking picture.

Ajay R (it) wrote: I had heard from people that this was a good movie. The sound waves made this out to be a horror movie, however this was a true blue psychological thriller.I am curious to know how this movie did commercially? The production values were excellent. A tight no nonsense script. Songs didn't seem forced.Deepika has come a long way as an actress and isn't as wooden as she was in her first movie. Farhan has done an excellent job portraying a below average Joe. Read "loser"Struggling to find a footing in life, both on the personal and work. Circumstances bring him to a cross road and a mystical voice intervenes. This voice seems to be himself! Calling each morning like clockwork and coaching him to become a more confident person.He turns the course his life is running. He gets his job back and professes his love to the girl he has pines for for the past few years.Things get edgy when he confesses his pep calls to his girlfriend who insists he get help. The phone god is miffed...he sets out to ruin all that he built. Karthik is out to pasture. No job, no girl and no money. Karthik decides to disappear, but how does one run from someone who is privy to every move Karthik makes?Well, he gets a stranger to buy Jim a ticket to an unknown destination. On reaching there he exiles himself in a room, relinquishing all knowledge of the outside world.In time he steps out of his self imposed banishment. Gets a job and starts living again, barely. And then his boss orders him to get a landline! Watch this movie. It's one you can watch in the comfort of your home. The story is intriguing and not cliched. Doesn't pander to the audience with a strong heartbeat of it's own. Stay away if you like "Govinda" movies!

Gabbo M (ru) wrote: the original napoleon dynamite....u can watch this on youtube

Dennis M (jp) wrote: just doesn't seem to work

B R (fr) wrote: Enveloped me in a blanket of magic that captured the 40s/50's ZING. Gave an insight to how life is not as it seems and to remember not to judge a book by its cover. Open the book and read the pages within.....

Luc L (au) wrote: The story was predictable.

Bill Y (nl) wrote: The idea of Reptilicus is very original and a bright new idea for monster movies of that time. The only problems with this movie include very little monster activity, as well as poor special effects. Although, back then special effects were nowhere near the level they are now, ( But we knew that). Now the issue with monster activity is that the monster activity is too little, but Reptilicus does offer a fairly decent path of chaos. Overall, if this movie was remade I believe that many would enjoy it, the same as I enjoyed the original.

Manny C (br) wrote: Isn't it romantic? It sure is, in this fantastic musical, one of the greatest of the early musicals from Hollywood. Maurice Chevalier is wonderful.

James C (us) wrote: In a world ravaged by nuclear war, Sam Hell works for the government rescuing fertile women from mutants so he can impregnate them and keep the human race alive.This low budget SF / comedy movie sneaked out on video in the late 80's and still gets shown on late night channels. The story is thin but has a great mix of action, comedy and oddness that still makes it a little different from the rest of the movies released at the time. The small cast play their roles well and special mention has to go to (then) WWF star Roddy Piper who takes the main role of the anti-hero Sam Hell and really chews things up. The special effects were created in a world that was pre CGI, and though they are looking a little dated in places, still work on the whole. In the end this is one of those movies that you either love of hate, but still goes to prove that the little gems of weirdness from 20+ years ago still work well today. Plus, you have got to love giant mutant frogs that can walk and talk!

Heather M (gb) wrote: This looks like one made for tv movie that I can live without.

Marcus W (de) wrote: Take note, Hollywood. It is possible to film fight scenes and not over edit them so nobody can distinguish who's hitting who. This is a fun film. Girls are trained as assassins, and the plot keeps twisting. Though I swear at one point this was going to be porn, as every time it appears as though there's going to be nudity and shagging, a fight starts. Enjoyable.

Michael M (au) wrote: It's a shame Broken Lizard's first big movie was their best but you really have nowhere to go but down when you start with this classic. Still just as hilarious today as it was after college. Lines aplenty.

Ken S (ag) wrote: I pretty much enjoyed "Shadows and Fog". It doesn't really have a lot going on, it's primarily just the events of one foggy night as several people try to track down a serial strangler, while Allen is unwittingly roped in without ever figuring out his part of the plan, and eventually being accused himself. I love the cinematography of the foggy night, and I had a few laughs. I think I just enjoy being with a Woody Allen film, even ones that are generally regarded as weaker entries in his long canon. It probably helps that I really like German Expressionism as well.