The Favourite Game

The Favourite Game

As a kid, Leo thought he possessed, like a magician, the secret power to make things happen. As a young man, he certainly knows how to make things happen with women. But as his best friend Krantz would say to him, "Why do you always ask questions you already know answers to?". Leo believes firmly in what he invents from one day to the next. Images, impressions, stories fill his head. That's just how he is: life, for Leo, is just a game. Behind this childlike attitude, hides the very essence of his own life's quest.

To live in the Here and Now, and write poems, that is what Leo wants - unlike the women who fall in love with him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Favourite Game torrent reviews

Al M (br) wrote: An overly long and boring werewolf movie that thinks it is way cooler than it ever manages to be.....

Margarita K (ag) wrote: I loved this movie. For the first time I watched it couples month ago, and I loved how the actors acted, and I think the story were portrayed well, I didn't read the book so I didn't have any disappointments, about it. I would definitely try to read the book and see how the story is told in the book.

Omar L (br) wrote: I love Sandra Bullock. I love Nicole Kidman. I was just so bored throughout this movie.

Liam P (jp) wrote: as a fan of MST3K it is just the TV show in that 1 man and 2 robots roast a crappy movie and I could not ask for any more

Stephen P (ca) wrote: I'd really like to know what the makers of this film were thinking when they went to work on this crazy film. You can say it's so bad it's good. But "Pieces" is so bonkers at times that you'd swear some kind of comic genius was at work here. It has gut-busting dialog. And it's filled with unexpected moments. In this stalk and slash flick with a chainsaw killer, out of nowhere you get a kung-fu action scene. Pieces is also an eye-popping gore fest. One of my favorite films of all time.

Rick D (nl) wrote: Had some laughs, ok movie. All takes place in his front yard

Jack P (it) wrote: A fairly bland and uninteresting kids film.