The Match

The Match

The Match is a romantic comedy set against the story of a grudge football match between two pubs. The prize for the winner of the centenary match is the the closure of their opponent's bar. The Match was mainly filmed around Straiton in Ayrshire.

Two Scottish pub soccer teams play each other in order to resolve a century-old grudge. Whoever wins the game gets to keep the other team's pub. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Match torrent reviews

Juliana G (kr) wrote: it's a sweet and still true overview about the woman's feelings, it doesn't matter where they live or were raised, our issues and dreams are almost the same. Loved the soundtrack and the way Nadine Labaki put everything together in the movie. It's on my favorite's list!

Wyland C (us) wrote: The movie is enjoyable. I liked it the idea was really good. But I did think it was a little scary for children if they are frightened easily is was also funny.

Alexander C (au) wrote: Would like to get round to seeing!

Melissa J (de) wrote: Interesting, yet the director has a clearly biased attitude. He spends most of the film trying to get the Mistresses to admit their aversion to men and "obvious" Lesbianism. He is ignorant beyond words and the questions posed are both leading and male-centric.

felipe m (au) wrote: timo filme que levei alguns anos pra assistir.

Alethia A (nl) wrote: love this movie it's classic

Donald Z (ru) wrote: No consensus yet? No consensus yet?!? You *swear words* better get your act together and form a consensus, *more swear words*. This movie is ridiculous. And good. Look at the box. Three magazines put it in their top ten. Siskel and Ebert gave it 'two thumbs up, way up'. The hell is this not a certified fresh thing? Rotten Tomatoes, your review system is messed, kind of. I dunno. It's a good movie. Wha'ever, pa.

Netta B (es) wrote: This a great Family movie to watch with kids .

Michael K (br) wrote: What FUCKIN' WASH!!! Single White Female: The LAME-O College Co-Ed Version :/

Jacob B (us) wrote: It may be unable to truly be a Christmas classic on par with films of its kind such as the 1984 Christmas horror-comedy classic Gremlins - and not as side-splitting with laughter as it should be - but Krampus still boasts scares which ought to send a chill down your spine, decent performances from its cast and some great effects which serve as a pleasing combination of computer-generated imagery and creepy animatronics.

Evan H (ca) wrote: This movie defines Hollywood cheese. It has a plot that isn't solved. It ends with an unpredictable ending that's too cheesy! It has a brief nude scene of Richard Gere looking out a window after having sex. It's worth seeing since it's hard to find and has cheesy moments. It's also entertaining enough...