The Man In The Moon
Maureen Trant and her younger sibling Dani share a strong connection, but local boy Court Foster threatens to throw their bond off balance. Dani and Court meet first and have a flirtatious rapport -- but when he meets Maureen, he falls hard and they begin a passionate affair. The new couple try to keep their love hidden from Dani, but she soon learns the truth, disavowing her sister. But a heartbreaking accident later reunites the girls.
- Category:Romance, Drama
- Stars:Sam Waterston, Tess Harper, Gail Strickland, Reese Witherspoon, Jason London, Emily Warfield, Bentley Mitchum, Ernie Lively, Dennis Letts, Earleen Bergeron, Anna Chappell, Brandi Smith, Sandi Smith, Derek Ball, Spencer Ball,
- Director:Robert Mulligan,
- Writer:Jenny Wingfield
Based on a true story, the movie revolves around two sisters Maureen Trant and Dani whose strong connection is about to be thrown off balance when the two compete for the attention of local boy Court Foster. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Man In The Moon torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Not as good as the first one but had some great moments. Trejo was awesome again but it was the cameos that made it. The changing assassin was a great idea and I especially loved Lady Gaga, Gooding Jr and Banderas. A cool ending, setting up a trilogy finale.
(ag) wrote: Great film best spiderman actor I miss him I want him back
(it) wrote: Janet and Dwayne deserve a wedding for real... =)
(au) wrote: The guy from Wings is pretty good in this. Elisabeth Shue is still hot. The plot you can pretty much figure out but it is still enjoyable for what it is. Has a nice twist at the end although the VERY end made me wonder. Good cast. Not too slow. Keeps you wondering until they spell it out for you.
(br) wrote: This oddball low budget horror film in the vein of Tales from the Crypt was surprisingly entertaining. Chad Lowe and girlfriend Kristy Swanson are on a road trip when Swanson is kidnapped by a demonic looking policeman who takes her to hell. Lowe then goes on on an Orpheus-like journey to rescue Swanson. That may be too high minded a comparison, but Lowe does face many trials in an episodic manner to rescue Swanson, which are all done in a fun cartoony manner. When you see that cast includes the Stiller Family (Ben, Jerry, Amy and mom, Anne Meara) and Gilbert Gottfried as Hitler, you can guess this isn't a straight-up horror film. You also get in the cast Richard Farnsworth, Patrick Bergen, Lita Ford, Kevin Peter Hall (better known as the original Predator) and Pamela Gidley, who I always had a crush on since "Cherry 2000," so it's a surprisingly decent cast for a low budget film. Most surprisingly of all though is that this film was written by future Oscar winning screenwriter Brian Helgeland, who I had no idea had done this film when I recorded it. I'm not going to say this film is anywhere close to Oscar worthy, but it is better than most of the similarly budgeted direct-to-video ilk. Not a classic, but better than I expected.
(jp) wrote: This American Version of the Japanese classic is pretty weak. I think Raymond Burr feels shoehorned in, as well as a character that just seems like a fly on the wall more often than not. His character takes the emotional punch completely out of the film. I personally would rather watch 98 minutes of subtitles than 80 minutes of bad dubbing and a guy constantly asking for a translation, only to take the sort of moral and point of the movie out of commission. Original Japanese versions for me from here on out.