The Upside of Anger

The Upside of Anger

After her husband runs off with his secretary, Terry Wolfmeyer is left to fend for herself -- and her four daughters. As she hits rock bottom, Terry finds a friend and drinking buddy in next-door neighbor Denny, a former baseball player. As the two grow closer, and her daughters increasingly rely on Denny, Terry starts to have reservations about where their relationship is headed.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:118 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ballet,   dancer,   snow,  

When her husband unexpectedly disappears, a sharp-witted suburban wife and her daughters juggle their mom's romantic dilemmas and family dynamics. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Upside of Anger torrent reviews

Stphane R (fr) wrote: Painfull from start to end, not even one redeeming reason to sit through this one.

Angela G (fr) wrote: cliche last second ending but, this wasn't overall too bad. the cast was atrocious, a bit like 90210 meets ER.

Giancarlo G (kr) wrote: Il film sarebbe a malapena sufficiente, ma mezzo punto va per la colonna sonora, da togliere il fiato.

Kelvin F (fr) wrote: Sadly, Brenda Bakke's wooden, uninspired performance is the high point of this "movie".

Jonathan C (nl) wrote: A standard underdog story, but filled with great laughs, memorable characters, and exciting game action. Classic.

Robin T (fr) wrote: This is one of the best ways to start in the Coen's universe!

Erika H (es) wrote: When I first saw this movie, I was 16 and wanted to fit in soo bad, so I could feel like her

Joe A (de) wrote: This 70's Italian Star Wars rip off from director Luigi Cozzi is so awful that it is laugh out loud funny and side splittingly hilarious. The film takes itself so seriously too and that's what makes it so incredibly entertaining. Starcrash tells the story of sexy space smuggler Stella Star (Hammer films hottie, Caroline Munro) who gets caught in the middle of a struggle between an evil tyrant, Zarth Arn (Joe Spinell) and the Emperor (Christopher Plummer) for control of the galaxy. Scantily clad Stella battles amazons, cavemen, and an assortment of stop motion animated threats while always looking like she's ready for Spring Break. From the bargin basement SPFX (done by a former postman who enlisted local school children to build the spaceship models... it shows) to the dreadful acting, it's hard to believe this was a serious effort to capitalize on the success of George Lucas' classic. And best of all, it stars David Hasselhoff, who, along with Marjoe Gortner, wear more guyliner then a Greenday concert. How distinguished actor (now Oscar winner) Christopher Plummer and legendary film composer John Barry (James Bond) got involved with this mess is a mystery. A "so bad it's good" classic! EXTRA TRIVIA: While released in the states by Roger Corman's New World Pictures, Corman can luckily claim no involvement with the actual production. The same team went on to make the equally laughable Hercules (1983) with Lou Ferrigno. John Barry fans may want to track down the soundtrack to this, it is by far the best thing about this movie aside from Munro's leather bikini.

Armando B (au) wrote: La protagoniza john denver , pelcula divertida

Rafael J (gb) wrote: Brilliant, well paced, original, brutal, and last but not least, classic. Network successfully wins its recognition as a masterpiece, from its powerful story to the winning performances; leaving standards that have yet to be matched, or surpassed.

Li M (ca) wrote: I'm pretty sure I've seen this one!!:)

Cody C (us) wrote: Serviceable. Nothing remarkable, but nothing too terrible. Fine. Worth watching if you're in the mood for something that is 'okay'.

Angelo T (es) wrote: I remember watching this film for the first time in high school during my spare break. Already the film spoke volumes to me. Time to time I revisit it over and over, and I find myself discovering the finer things that make a story beyond complete.Mo Better blues tells the story of a Jazzman (played by a young and strong Denzel Washington) who was raised to have his trumpet jazz as the core of his life, with everything else-love, friendship, money-taking second place. The ending is bittersweet and I found myself revisiting the pleasant taste of the opening scene.In case you don't catch it the first time, watch for the subtle metaphor of how Washington's character's use of the classic jazz powerhouse, the trumpet, is drowned by the more modern and popular instruments played by his anti-thesis but also comparatively complex friend, Shadow (played by Washington). If not just take note on how Bleek handles and juggles the relationship between two women smooth, but in the end he does get his crotch kicked in (figuratively)I don't quite understand the criticism Spike faced concerning the anti-semite depiction of the antagonistic Jewish club owners. Sure they were unredeemable characters, but would Lee wasn't criticized for having two black characters act as petty violent bookies. Sadly like jazz, useless nitpicking lasts through decades

Gustav v (de) wrote: The best of the psychological satires. A satyr, (O'Toole) sees a shrink (Sellers) about his insatiable lust, and is put into an encounter group with a sultry nymphomaniac. And that's just for starters.