The Double Hour

A chambermaid and an ex-cop meet at a speed dating event and a romance develops. But during a romantic getaway things suddenly take a dark turn.

But during a romantic getaway things suddenly take a dark turn. A chambermaid and an ex-cop meet at a speed dating event and a romance develops

The Double Hour is a excited movies torrent of Alessandro Fabbri, Ludovica Rampoldi, Stefano Sardo. This movie was introduced in 2009. You can check list actors in this movies torrent, for example Kseniya Rappoport, Filippo Timi, Antonia Truppo, Gaetano Bruno, Fausto Russo Alesi, Michele Di Mauro, Lorenzo Gioielli, Lidia Vitale, Giampiero Judica, Roberto Accornero, Lucia Poli, Giorgio Colangeli, Deborah Bernuzzi, Barbara Braconi, Federica Cassini. Movie' genres are Thriller. Many people rated for this movie, Rate is 6.7 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movie torrents. Share with your friends and watch this movie together . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Blake P (us)

It's certainly grotesque -- but at least it's masterfully so. Fans will be pleased to find Almodvar trading his usual reds and oranges for a more blued palette; newcomers will be stunned by the jarring cinematography and the overripe plot. The work of an auteur always has something to behold, even if it's "Topaz" or "Passion". It might not be as lovable as "Volver", let's say, but there is still plenty to appreciate. A film as well assembled as "The Skin I Live In" does not get an average rating in the normal sense; it gets an average rating by comparison to Almodvar's other movies. The music is static and technological (a surprise for an Almodvar film), and the actors somehow manage to handle their director's just go with it attitude (in return, Banderas gives an underrated performance). Dramatic, yes, but cliffdroppers like this only exist in the season premieres of something like "Dallas" or the pop of a Korean soap. You have to see, hear, and feel them for yourself. The twists are not regular twists, rather drive-offs of 1,000 feet cliffs that land in the Mediterranean Sea. I wish I could complain to you about how ridiculous this movie gets -- it truly gets ridiculous -- but "The Skin I Live In" is much too visceral of an experience to spoil. Before we know it, things start to get complicated, more complicated than we ever could have imagined. But right when we begin to think that we have a grip on the relationship between these people, Almodvar backhands some sense into us. Also dwelling in this house of horrors is Marilia (Marisa Parades), his faithful servant who may have a few secrets of her own. She is a guinea pig, albeit a well-treated one, to Robert's tests. Vera is kept locked in a wide-open room, wearing a flesh-colored body suit at all times, given food through a dumbwaiter. In an "Eyes Without a Face" twist, he is not testing on various young women but rather one, a beauty whom he calls Vera (Elena Anaya). At the center of "The Skin I Live In" is Robert Ledgard (Antonio Banderas), a brooding scientist obsessed with creating indestructible skin in the wake of his wife's fiery death. However many issues the film has, though, it is still an aberrant thriller of merciless style; it works, warts, sex changes, face transplants and all. It also has a story that pushes the boundaries of the absurd (and for Almodvar that's saying something), and it doesn't work as well here as it has in the past. Camp is to be found, and so is dark humor, but new to Almodvar is the sheer repulsiveness that regularly comes to visit, unwanted most of the time. Whereas his past projects have included differing shades of erotic obsession and a wandering eye for the human body, "The Skin I Live In" combines the two with turbulent malignancy. "The Skin I Live In" is not his best nor his worst; undoubtedly, it is his most grotesque. His best ("Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown", "All About My Mother") are masterpieces of gaudy style and sexual energy; his worst still contain gaudy style and sexual energy, but the results aren't quite so good at being, I don't know, enjoyable. No matter the brassy faade, though, they are always deliriously enjoyable, slightly bonkers but whip-smart, completely deliberate in their actions and definitely aware of how they're coming across. His movies sometimes go down dark paths, but they frequently drive 120 miles-per-hour through sickeningly funny ones too. He enjoys Sirk, Hitchcock, and their cohorts, dramatizing their Technicolor guises and steroiding their hammy, soap operatic storylines. In an Almodvar film, a moment like this is almost a given, in the most ironic subversion, that is. We absorb it. Hardly subtle; lip-smackingly entertaining. She doesn't act like Alexis Carrington or some other miserable cat who has a way with venomous words; she instead uses every ounce of her conserved up hatred to grab the villain of the film (Miriam Hopkins) by the shoulders and shake her like she's a ketchup bottle with just a few droplets left to spare. This rage, however, is different from all the other Oscar-baiting ones. There's a scene in 1943's "Old Acquaintance" in which Bette Davis flies into a melodramatic rage (surprise surprise)

Brian T (es)

ther than that movie wasn't to bad. They should of stopped after she was impaled but then again I'm not the director. The ending was a little over the top. For a remake, it was bad

Daniel B (de)

Classic although finding out that Sarah Jessica Parker was in it ruined it

David S (ca)

Wonderful visuals as well. Entertaining for those that like this type of film, others will find it enojoyable but nothing special. Ther is a sci-fi element to this "western adventure" that seems out of place and leaves a bad taste, but the action sequense near the end make up for that, especially the scenes when they are starving in the desert and the last stand in an abandon fort. ) The antagonist is not your typical evil villian, the actor plays him with a quirky sense which makes him refreshing. Unfortunately, the film offers too much cheese once in a while with some of the characters, but luckily most of the characters are fleshed out, despite some sterotypes (The old warrior who goes on one last adventure, a kid who wants to be a warrior, the strong, silent vetern warrior, etc. The film shows a band of warriors (a la Seven Samurai) who must protect a caravan through the desert to reach a temple to deliver a Buddhist relic, unfortunately a horde of Turks want it for themselves and perpetually attack them along the weay, leading to some good moments of action and tension. This is a film that's similar to the recent popular films "Hero" and "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" However, this film follows more closely to Akira Kurasowa's classics and the classic westerns of Hollywood

Dennis F (de)

ikes!. So stupid, that I had to watch the whole thing

Hans M (es)

It is, therefore, even more scary as it keeps me thinking 'yes, this could happen to me'. At one point I found myself wondering how the scriptwriter could possibly provide a fitting end to this movie and dreading some unexpected turn of events, but instead the ending is absolutely great in its modesty and subtlety and realism. Or is it indeed a 'life falling apart'? The ending isn't hopeless - not at all. That is what makes this picture of a life falling apart so scary. No war-time atrocities, no children dying, not even one criminal pointing a gun. But the value of the movie was precisely in the confrontation with that scare: how easy it is for my comfortable and happy life to completely fall apart - and how would I survive?The great thing about this movie is that the human drama of Ivan Locke does not involve dramatic events. For me, it was even scary. For any dramatic movie a precondition to appreciate it is to be willing to step into the shoes of, at least, the main character - and in this case these shoes are mighty uncomfortable. I wonder what the difference is between them and me. Quite intriguing, these very, very different reviews! I found the movie absolutely rivetting; yet I can readily see the point of those who called it utterly boring

James H (es)

Seeing the friendship develop between Ralph and Vanellope was enthralling but I did find some of the writing a little bit lazy but I can let it off for that. This is a very clever and original idea and I found the end very satisfying. It is funny, touching and it promotes themes against bullying and stealing. Wreck it Ralph is one of the best non-Disney animations of the last decade

John L (nl)

. . Although it's only 81 minutes long, but I felt like as if it was 8 hours long! You can imagine. Caught this movie on the Hallmark Channel by accident

Justin T (kr)

his one is a little unique, I mean a chainsaw comes out of a girl's butt!. About what you'd come to expect from these Japanese gore movies

Keiko A (it)

Keiko?s score 80-100. Also not my best review I was in a bit of a rush to write this. But I am sure people should see this movie if you ever find it. The Length is the major problem maybe if it saw more editing on scenes the film could have been amazing to watch and go throw. As for Production such as Sets, Costumes, Music everything like that is very good. Toshir Mifune and Keiju Kobayashi very well acted the movie. As for Music very good that?s all I can say. The movie has some very beautiful cinematography. I am sure any Chambara fan would love the fight scenes to me they were very good. But as I have said before it is very slow that?s what puts you off watching it. Mainly the story is told throw flashbacks and all those kind of things witch can somewhat make the story confusing. With American ships in Japan's harbors, cynicism among the assassins, and change in the air, Niiro resolves to reach ends that may prove ephemeral. Niiro longs to identify his father, knowing he is a high-ranking official who will disclose himself only if Niiro achieves samurai status. They suspect a traitor in their midst, and their suspicions fall on Niiro, an impoverished ronin who dreams of samurai status, and Kurihara, an aristocratic samurai who befriends Niiro. A group of assassins wait by Sakurada Gate to kill the lord of the House of Ii, a powerful man in the Tokugawa government, which has ruled Japan for 300 years. 1860 inside Edo castle. Even though its based on some of the Mangas we made. My favourite one out of all was The shogun assassin because I just thought that was epic. But there are Meany movies like these most of witch are set during the Edo period or later on in Modern day societies. And the samurai assassin has taken me more then one watch to see all of it. Like Meany films you might see sometimes it takes more then one go to get trow this happened to me when I watched Blade Runner, Death proof, Jackie Brown and others. A very good Samurai film but very slow paced