The Temptations

The Temptations

The true story of The Temptations, the Soul vocal group of the 1960s, as seen from the viewpoint of the last surviving member, Otis Williams. Beginning from their humble origins in the late 50s and continuing through the 90s and the deaths of the other 4 members.

Biography of the singers who formed the hit Motown muisical act, The Temptations. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Temptations torrent reviews

Thomas K (mx) wrote: Even more Harry Potter lite shenanigans.

M C (mx) wrote: This movie actually has good qualities, including decent acting and some creepy ideas, but the character's decisions get so stupid and ridiculous that the movie becomes very frustrating to watch. Movies like this get much worse, but that doesn't excuse its flaws. 40/100

Janine R (kr) wrote: It was an alright movie. Didn't like it as much as I thought I would...............

Drew H (ag) wrote: What a fucking pointless and unfunny film, why did they choose this script?

Christopher K (br) wrote: Been putting off watching this, and I don't understand why, as there are some really good moments.

Sarah S (de) wrote: Complete and utter far fetched fluff. I absolutely loved it! *bg*

Adam R (it) wrote: (First and only viewing - 9/17/2008)

Stuart T (jp) wrote: this movie was beneath me even when i was a 10. It simply isn't funny.

Tomas T (br) wrote: First i must say, i am not a fan of Almodovar film's. Of those movies i've seen, they have too weird story,too weird people in them. The movie "Talk to her" was good but this is not. Competently done but no, this is not my bag.

Shawn E (us) wrote: Kinda brought back the old Mel Gibson 90's action movie feel. Of course it had its over the topness too, but it was all in good fun.

Daniel V (ru) wrote: I gave this movie a B+

Mike M (ca) wrote: Way too much underwhelming drama / exposition for a summer action movie. Also suffers from the classic "too many villains" cliche. The first was dumb-downed just enough to still be fun. "Out of the Shadows" is dumb-downed to the point that it's a drag.