The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2
Four young women continue the journey toward adulthood that began with "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants." Now three years later, these lifelong friends embark on separate paths for their first year of college and the summer beyond, but remain in touch by sharing their experiences with each other.
- Category:Romance, Comedy, Drama
- Stars:Amber Tamblyn, Alexis Bledel, America Ferrera, Blake Lively, Rachel Nichols, Tom Wisdom, Rachel Ticotin, Leonardo Nam, Michael Rady, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Blythe Danner, Jesse Williams, Lucy Hale, Maria Konstadarou, Ernie Lively,
- Director:Sanaa Hamri, Sanaa Hamri,
- Writer:Elizabeth Chandler (screenplay), Ann Brashares (novel)
Having been apart all year, summer plans will take best friends Tibby, Lena, Carmen and Bridget even further along separate paths. As their lives take different paths, it may take more than a shared pair of well-worn blue jeans to keep their bonds from completely unraveling. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: it's Life, things happened. Keep movin or die.
(gb) wrote: Excellent fight scenes but not a Seagal classic
(ag) wrote: The plotline had potential, but did not make it there. Poor scriptwork and acting for the most part. Fight scenes were alright, but nothing special. Almost turned it off...but it wasn't terrible, in the end.
(gb) wrote: Ok but not much more...
(ag) wrote: it was ok...but it so could of been better...
(ru) wrote: Wonderful images absolutely in Vermeer's tone, as if Vermeer had also painted film sceneries. The down: after a while the resentment towards Grit (the name of the maid Vermeer painted) displayed by the female family members is getting exhausting, just as her constant panicked view. As if life was a constant trap - totally unrealistic and an unwelcome device to spice a film that goes well without that layer.
(au) wrote: While it won't steal Die Hard's crown, this '94 actioner offers a perfectly watchable distraction for an afternoon. This is mainly due to plenty of great aerial sequences, including a really enthralling finale involving a car drop, as well as two competent and charismatic leads in Sheen and Kinski as hot head diver and secret agent respectively.
(jp) wrote: A genuine masterpiece.
(au) wrote: Exactly what you'd expect (and less) from a movie of this title and synopsis. I don't know why I bother to watch these types of B- (bordering very close to Z-) movie shit storms and I sure as hell don't understand why I have the desire to watch the godforsaken sequel. Not recommended for anyone other than those who remember the "golden age" of direct-to-video in the 1990s.
(nl) wrote: I'm not going to pretend that I understand what this movie is about, but I can say that Lesley Ann Warren is absolutely delightful as Eve, the bar owner.
(br) wrote: Intimate with the details and story telling at its finest.
(kr) wrote: Strong performances in an interesting movie suffering from a lackluster climax.
(nl) wrote: It may not be the best film technically, or in terms of the script, but it does make you think beyond your own safe haven, and focus only on the innocence of children, no matter where in the world they are. So it depends on what matters to you I guess.
(es) wrote: The best thing Pitch Perfect has going for it is the music. It's excellent and catchy and performed incredibly well. While it may give you the inclination to get up and quote along to the many different pop songs it sprinkles throughout the film, the plot aspect lags behind.It will remind you instantly of the Bring It On franchise. It's a cliched and uninspired story featuring the outcast college freshman who ends up attracted to the outgoing good looking male counterpart who joins a crew of other misfits and blah blah blah. Anna Kendrick and company do just enough to give their characters some decent variation from the others, but sightly gags and stilted dialogue cut down the film when the musical numbers elevate it.It's entertaining and could be used a great drinking game for an outgoing group of kids, but past the excellent dance/musical numbers and a cast filled with stars and unknowns, Pitch Perfect will only satisfy when the volume's up.
(au) wrote: Seriously?! Jon Snow is killed in this one too.