The Rachel Papers

The Rachel Papers

Charles is in control of his life; he is about to finish 6th from college and start at Oxford. He is 19 and wants an 'older' woman before he turns 20. Enter the beautiful Rachel, and Charles puts his 'master-of-seduction' routines into top gear. Things however get complicated, Charles has a string of ex's and a weird brother-in-law. Rachel has a boyfriend named Deforest and Charles' father has a mistress.

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The Rachel Papers torrent reviews

Mayank F (es) wrote: an idea needs time to grow. Rushing into something is how you waste a great cast (except the kid. God, the kid can't act). an extra star for Yo-yo honey singh.

Henry G (br) wrote: This somewhat endearing second chance drama based on the real life of James Burns a convict struggling to gain his life back boils down to a watchable melodrama. It's a tonal disaster and the acting from our lead actor and other thugs and friends are lackluster except for Taissa Farmiga (American Horror Story) who is not only the most uplifting part of the story but also delivers a well done and sharp subtle performance as James's good girl who helps him see the error of his ways but is barely in the movie. Mary Louis Parker (Weeds) whom I love to death is convincing as his mom but not as heartbreaking as the movie wants her to be. I also found that him becoming a poet or writer was not as focused upon throughout the story as perhaps it should have been as it would have been a smart way to delve deeper in James's cliche character. With a weak script and it's sub par acting (except for a few players) the structure of the narrative between him before the prison and his time inside and the mildly intriguing true story raise this derivative gangster gone good tale to moderately enjoyable to watch.

Jan R (ca) wrote: A most beautifull painting,painted by a painter on film...

Abdulkader A (it) wrote: leave all your common sense at the door, this is not a movie, its the celebration of a superhero = rajnikaant. amazing from sets to cinematography, filled with superb visuals and great action. A MUST WATCH!

Loralie S (au) wrote: funny, feel good movie! basta sammy cheng, the best!

Qi Z (au) wrote: This is not a romantic farce, and the food plays a different role than what the title picture shows -- not an erotic plaything. This is about a stoic young woman, suddenly becoming a caretaker for her niece, coping with a similarly difficult girl Lina who could not find ways to grief for her dead mother, or seek comforts and security. In the end, the warmth of affection of those reasonable people come through, however German they are. The performance is excellent.

Elgan D (au) wrote: A slightly ponderous piece, essentially just a story of failed relationships of various different types that I had trouble really caring for. The ending was quite powerful though.

Aaron W (it) wrote: Oh my Holy God, this is great. A tiny Dirty Harry humanoid alien guy crash lands in a Barrio and ends up de-limbing Jackie Earle Haley with "the most powerful gun in the world." Could it have been better? Yes. Could the concept have been exploited to greater effect? Yes. But Albert Pyun is the master of low-budget awesomeness and he puts enough of that in here to create one sweet little flick.

Griffin W (jp) wrote: Perfectly paced from beginning to end and keeps your interest the entire time. The performances by Kathy Bates and James Caan are perfection. The direction is flawless and the story is terrifying and will suck you in every time you re-watch it. Misery is one of the greatest Stephen King adaptations to date and is truly a great film all on its own. "PIMP!!!"

Margie (kr) wrote: It is a very good movie,Rip Torn was very good also Mary and Alfre.

Ben G (ca) wrote: Steve Carell, Olivia Wilde, Steve Buscemi, and Alan Arkin do a great job of acting in this movie. The movie started off a little douchey, with Jim Carrey and Steve Carell acting like total egomaniacal idiots, but had a hilarious ending.