The Invitation

The Invitation

Will and his new girlfriend Kira are invited to a dinner with old friends at the house of Will’s ex Eden and her new partner David. Although the evening appears to be relaxed, Will soon gets a creeping suspicion that their charming host David is up to something.

After two years of no contact with anyone, Eden comes back to town with a new husband and the couple throws a party. However, her ex-husband thinks that they have sinister intentions for their guests. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Invitation torrent reviews

Areeque T (gb) wrote: Informative, but deals more in sentimentality than practicality. Prepare for an expose of current detrimental practices and regulatory oversight. Don't expect narrative coherence. You'll be given dots. Connect them yourself and draw your own conclusion. Feels more like a documentary past 70% of the way through, when it starts to (successfully) antagonize Monsanto (which is easy to do). A good watch nonetheless.

John W (ag) wrote: Been there, done that, got the t-shirt. We've seen this rehash of horror cliches before and better too. Scant setup and no apparent character motivation only add to the mess. The ending would be acceptable, albeit derivative, if it weren't so sudden and inexplicable in light of all that came before. Typically teen-screams illicit some sympathy and empathy for the characters in spite of their stupidity and poor decision making skills - here you kind of feel like they deserve it

JC E (ag) wrote: To say that this movie follows a fairly well-trod formula is a bit of an understatement. However, it's still somewhat charming. Still, despite the dual cross-culture love story that has hints of originality, the film falls victim to both the pitfalls of romantic comedies and the inadvertent medical drama. Chris Pine (Star Trek) does his best in the lead, as does Anjali Jay as his love interest, but they are short-changed by a predictable plot and cheesy scenarios. Even the almost funny bits with Jane Seymour (Live and Let Die) and Katy Mixon (All About Steve) feel too little too late. It's definitely not the worst romantic comedy out there, but it certainly doesn't rank very high either.

Jim A (au) wrote: Definitely one of Studio Ghibli's weakest movies. First the animation looks more like something that belongs on television than something made for the big screen and the story is just odd about a girl forced to marry a cat as reward for saving one in the street. It is a nice and cute fantasy adventure that kids should enjoy but it certainly falls way short of most Ghibli movies

Paul K (fr) wrote: Very well-acted British period piece/biographical drama. It's like watching a dance. The characters look at each other, move toward each other, dance together, step on toes and move apart, come back together. And as long as you're mesmerized by the elegant sets and orchestral background, you notice the passage of time more than a lack of development or real knowledge of the characters' inner workings, which perhaps is all we can hope for in a movie that seeks to portray historical (and privately public) figures. Each scene is itself a painting based on a bit of knowledge about a person at a moment of their life.

Tay M (ag) wrote: I laughed through the whole entire movie! Beatlemania was no joke! I love that in the end, they all get to meet the Beatles in their own way.

Spencer P (gb) wrote: Another one of the early space travel sagas that, while having a lot of impressive special effects and mental pathos, also has terrible lazer beams and annoying 50s gender stereotypes.

Keiko N (us) wrote: Nothing special. Carmen Miranda is Carmen Miranda, and consequently the best part of the movie. Powell's Nancy is entitled and spoiled with none of the charming naivete that would have made this film fun to watch.

Marcus W (gb) wrote: No signs of age on this at all. Just as poignant as it was when it first came out.

Cheyenne N (kr) wrote: This movie touched on a lot of points, yet the plot line was predictable and no major twists were represented. Fairly boring through most of the film.