The Thing Called Love
Miranda Presley moves from New York to Nashville to become a song writer. At an unsuccessful audition she meets James Wright a promising newcomer. After only a few days they marry but start to quickly regret it. This is River Phoenix's last movie and you can see the end coming...
- Category:Romance, Comedy, Musical, Drama
- Stars:River Phoenix, Samantha Mathis, Dermot Mulroney, Sandra Bullock, K.T. Oslin, Anthony Clark, Webb Wilder, Earl Poole Ball, Deborah Allen, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Katy Moffatt, Jo-El Sonnier, Pam Tillis, Kevin Welch, Trisha Yearwood,
- Director:Peter Bogdanovich,
- Writer:Carol Heikkinen
The movie follows four Generation-X singles trying to break into the tough world of Nashville's country music industry where, there are 10,000 singer-songwriters chasing success, with one chance in a million of getting it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Thing Called Love torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: The creators of the Blair witch bring us .... An hour and a half long commercial for Go Pro in the Blair Bigfoot.... Not recommended but you can do worse.
(es) wrote: One of the most visually stunning films ever created; the fact that it was shunned so much at the Oscars is a crime.
(us) wrote: Amy Carlson is the woman in charge of a bank's security system. Two dirty cops (played by the slightly washed-up duo of Judd Nelson and Thomas Ian Griffith) kidnap her daughter (played by Darcy Rose Byrnes) and a friend to force her to open the safety deposit box of one of her bank's clients and give to them its content. Meanwhile, an investigation about police corruption in the department is already underway. This derivative, think of it as a cross between Trapped and Don't Say A Word, thriller lingers too long on the anguish and fear of the desperate mother and the kidnapped daughter, which gives it a rather unpleasant taste. Still, the experienced director, Arthur Allan Seidelman, manages to get some suspense out of it in places, and Amy Carlson gives a very convincing performance, she offers more to the movie than the movie offers to her.
(au) wrote: A very enjoyable movie- great humor, an intense ending, and great acting by Kareena Kapoor. Watching this movie and Omkara gave me a newfound respect for Kareena.
(kr) wrote: My robimy takie filmy od czterdziestu lat, ale Javier Bardem dobrze udaje Maklakiewicza :]
(kr) wrote: Une com (C)die la franaise sur un tabou de la soci (C)t (C) : l'enfant unique qui s'installe dans le nid de ses parents ad vitam eternam! De nombreuses scnes hilarantes.
(kr) wrote: Standard Cary Grant flick, you know the type: enjoyable, some light fun and some seriousness. This is a good weekend film. It has some very funny characters and the acting's decent. That said, it's just one of those millions of movies that are just there; not bad, but not too great.
(nl) wrote: Robert Louis Stevenson's classic novel is translated into a modern tale - again. Initially, the movie has an interesting feel, and Dougray Scott is far from the worst I've seen in the lead role, but it soon falls into a slow, predictable trot. The final act of the film is an annoyingly cliched courtroom drama, which I believe was one of the worst story solutions imaginable. Could have been interesting, but turned out a forgettable experience.
(it) wrote: John Turturro writes, directs, and stars in the indie comedy Fading Gigolo. After receiving an unusual proposal, a financially struggling man gets talked into becoming a gigolo. Co-starring Woody Allen, Sharon Stone, and Vanessa Paradis, the casting is pretty good; as are their performances. Yet the story is rather pointless, and the characters aren't developed that much. There are some nice bits of comedy and a few poignant dramatic moments, but none of it's followed through on. Though Fading Gigolo tries to say something about human connection, the message is muddled and gets lost in the monotonous storytelling.