The Map Reader
Small-town New Zealand comedy-drama about Michael (Jordan Selwyn) - a 16-year-old whose passion for maps helps him escape his ordinary life and enjoy a state of isolation from those around him. But there are three women he can’t shut out – his single mother Amelia, a blind 20-year-old called Mary and Alison , a friend whose ‘grace betrays darker secrets’ apparently.
- Stars:Rebecca Gibney, Jordan Selwyn, Mikaila Hutchinson, Bonnie Soper, Rachel Nash, Sam Hall, Russell Wills, Mark Tronson, Braydon Kearns, Michael Hurst, Tyl Van Randon, Jan Saussey, Stacey Houghton,
- Country:New Zealand
- Director:Harold Brodie,
- Writer:Harold Brodie
In a small New Zealand town, 16 year-old Michael leads a lonely, introverted existence with his single mother Amelia whose guilt and alcoholism threatens to drive her cherished son away. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Map Reader torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: A Little Bit Zombie  It is so bad, I don't even know how I managed to finish it. 1/10
(ca) wrote: Never lets me down. There isn't a scene that goes wrong. Filled with life and perceptive observational humor. Intelligent and entertaining all at once, a movie about happiness that will stick with you long after you've seen it.
(jp) wrote: Given a higher budget and changing up the cast and formula just a bit, Bloodstone picks up exactly where the first one left off. Some things have changed (the main actress is replaced, the titular bloodstone is given a major overhaul, etc.) but the story of vampire Radu's struggle to gain control of the bloodstone is still the same. The movie is fun in the same "B" movie shlock you expect from Full Moon. Scenery chewing from the main antagonist is still prevalent, with the added edition of his "mummy", making the scenes with their interactions a completely different tone than the ones involving Michelle and her sister. If you're one who enjoys the occasional "B" film, Full Moon will deliver.
(us) wrote: Before writer/director Mark Herman would find acclaim with directing films such as Brassed Off (1996), Little Voice (1998) and The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas (2008). His directorial debut was this old fashioned little British farce, which is very silly indeed, but it is good fun. Set in Venice, it has 3 seperate people arriving from London. Hitman Mike Lawton (Bryan Brown), estate agent Melvyn Orton (Dudley Moore) and philandering mayor Maurice Horton (Richard Griffiths) are all staying at the same hotel in Venice, doing individual business. But, unfortunately, the hotels bumbling bellboy (Bronson Pinchot) keeps getting their names mixed up, (they all sound the same, see??) So, as a result, the bellboy is giving the wrong people, the wrong instructions. Lawton thinks his 'hit' is Patricia Fulford (Penelope Wilton) from Huddersfield, Horton is sent to look at a house owned by Caroline Wright (Patsy Kensit) thinking she's from a dating agency, and Orton is sent to look at a house, but ends up foul of the local Mafia, who were waiting for Lawton. It's a good old fashoned farce, built on misunderstandings and coincidences. It's a real guilty pleasure, it's totally unbelievable, but it deserves a look, it's not as bad as you might think. It's a good travellogue of Venice too!!
(nl) wrote: Interesting to watch Kidman's earlier performances, especially in such a good 80's thriller.
(gb) wrote: Chase's sequel to Fletch is just as good as the first movie, just as funny too. If you're a fan of his, you really should see this movie.
(ru) wrote: The real animal killings were so hard to take in, and I wish they would have found another way to do it. However, cannibal holocaust is an extremely well made, disturbing picture that shows what greed can lead to
(au) wrote: You can always tell the grade of a film by how many times the boom mic accidently appears in the frame...it's a smutty and imperfectly told seventies classic sucka...can you dig it?
(gb) wrote: I'm not particularly fond of the horror genre, but this movie gets props. First, the ladies are both lovely, wearing more face than make up, and looking totally sexy without cleavage. Second, the black guy doesn't die first. Third, the obvious suspect is not really the bad guy. Other than that it's tacky and frustratingly obvious. All good.
(es) wrote: I always thought Zac was just a pretty face, not really much of an actor. But this film changed my mind as he really shows is abilities here, I see now much more than a ladies man. So good
(fr) wrote: Great and underrated spoof on Apocalypse Now. Super fun, and one of the best titles I've ever came across.