The Wife He Met Online
Bryant spends most of his time taking care of his daughter, and working as an exec at an ad agency. But when he comes across the online profile for a woman in Los Angeles, he becomes intrigued. She’s beautiful, fun, quirky, and successful. They strike up a long-distance relationship traveling back and forth for several months before Bryant decides that she is the perfect woman for him. He proposes, she moves across the country, and within two more months, the couple is married. But this union is a far cry from newlywed bliss.
- Stars:Sydney Penny, Cameron Mathison, Cynthia Preston, Emily Burley, Krista Bridges, Barbara Niven, Michael Boisvert, Richard Alan Nash, James Thomas, Sophie Gendron, Sarah Kryszak, Meghan Heffern, Christopher Wyllie, Tori Barban, Rachelle Casseus,
- Director:Curtis Crawford,
- Writer:Christine Conradt
A shocking surprise awaits a man who marries a seemingly perfect woman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Wife He Met Online torrent reviews
(au) wrote: amusingly pleasant.good and funny sayings and uplifting moments.ending wasn't first class-very disappointing.
(au) wrote: The Samaritan is a film that had the potential of being a truly memorable thriller. Unfortunately, the film never really takes off, and ends up falling flat. I found that this film was pretty bad and it didn't do anything to grab my attention. I tried to get into the story, but it was just a poorly thought out plot with hints of good ideas hidden under disjointed writing, which I think is too bad because the film does have a few good actors here. I really wanted to enjoy the film, and by what the trailer suggested, this would be a standout picture. However, it isn't and it fails on so many levels. The film's biggest flaw is that it just doesn't grab your attention; it's too long and boring. I do enjoy films that take its time to unfold, but this one really took its time, and while trying to build up the tension, the film had bland characters were simply not interesting aside from the characters that Samuel L. Jackson and Tom Wilkinson. Don't expect anything good here, as there is nothing here of note, except for a tedious thriller that never pays off. You'll be left wanting more by the time the credits start to roll, and you'll ask yourself why you spent the time watching this train wreck. Jackson is a great actor, but here he simply has poor material to work with, and it's a shame, because like I said, if the film would have been reworked, then this would be a truly engrossing thriller that would have definitely have stood out. Unfortunately it never realizes its potential, and it ends up being a mess and ultimately it's a film not worth your time.
(ag) wrote: While the pace can be slow, that's part of the film's atmosphere. Strong performances all around, and a theme that struck a cord with me. It's a film that I continue to think about long after the credits rolled.
(au) wrote: As hokey & low budge as this was, I found it strangely thrilling.
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(us) wrote: One of my personal favs!!! :)
(gb) wrote: Clockstoppers seemed like a Back To The Future rip off to me, but I'd wanted to see the it because I am a Sci-Fi geek and it was directed by Star Trek's Jonathan Frakes. My expectations weren't very high and the story, based in Science Fiction, had the potentially of being too hard for audiences to understand. The writers decided to go another way with it and put this unique, experimental technology in the accidental hands of a teenager, and then marketed the whole package to young adults. It sounded a bit sketchy to me too and that's why it took me almost ten years to see it, but what I learned from this film, you can never judge a DVD by it's cover. Clockstoppers combines Einstein's Theory of Relativity with teenage rebellion in an action packed film that will really leave you on the edge of your seat. The story starts when a former student of Prof. George Gibbs sends him a prototype, of a watch, that speeds up your molecules to the point where it looks like everything else is standing still. Prof. Gibbs soon leaves to go on vacation when his son finds the watch and wears it out, thinking it's a normal watch. Once he learns the truth, other Clockstoppers show up to try and kill him, and that's when the film really gets going. The acting and special effects aren't really what draws you into Clockstoppers, it's the story, which throws you in every single direction and leaves you craving more. This was a film that was at the bottom of my list, that I watched because it was short and it was streaming. I was just looking for something to watch before bed, and what I found instead was a terrific Science Fiction adventure that fell way under the radar.
(nl) wrote: Most people let??s say in the last month would consider the word ??anaconda?? synonymous with Nicki Minaj??s provocatively awful tune of the same name? but before that came out to dominate the musical industry and the social life of many people, the term anaconda was synonymous with a creature feature film that over the years gained cult status for being so bad that it became good. A snake creature feature that like its fellow movie monsters (such as the shark, piranhas or crocodiles) has become globally recognised as a creature of fearful proportions because humans are the prey they desire. Anaconda??s tagline ??when you can??t breathe you can??t scream?? follows in the same trend as Jaws which tells us to ??don??t go into the water?? therefore you go into the film with an impending sense of terror but when you finish the film Anaconda is extremely different to Jaws in the sense that you are actually fearful of the water but these snakes don??t alarm you because of their highly unrealistic nature. The Amazonian jungle scenery as it is can be dangerous without anacondas, as experienced by one character that turns unconscious after being stung in throat by a wasp underwater. The addition of the anaconda leaves the characters on the boat staring into the abyss of the jungle wondering what possible dangers are lurking at any moment and this lets you engage with the visuals more. The characters are suspicious of the nature and therefore you become fearful of the jungle, which in turn allows you to pay more attention to the beautiful photography that is on show as you will find yourself glaring at the screen waiting for the anaconda to pounce. The imagery is as realistic as you can get but the giant anaconda plonked into the jungle undermines the backdrop as an authentic playground for these monsters because they seem too powerful for their surroundings and as you know Mother Nature must be the toughest of all. The anaconda gives off a frightening feel about it, similar to the shark in Jaws, because you don??t see it until the end. You begin to think about what it could look like and how dangerous it can be due to it being hyped up by the characters. Your imagination is allowed to explore the potential of the anaconda, following the formula that is so effective for creature features. Once the final act begins and the anaconda appears in its full-blown appearance, it loses its fear factor because it is just to super in everything it does. We see too much of it by the end that it numbs you to its dangerous potential. The anaconda is excessive in its appearance that it becomes farcical rather than scary; probably the only scary thing about it is that it eats its prey as a whole rather than nibbles, which can leave you with nightmares full of phobias! In terms of the cast, there are quite a handful of actors/musicians that are famous today. Jennifer Lopez and Ice Cube are the world-famous musicians working for National Geographic in search of a long-lost Indian tribe in the Amazon rainforest. J-Lo cannot be killed because she is a global superstar and it would perhaps tarnish her image and this may be the first film where a black guy has the possibility to survive! Jon Voight, Danny Trejo and Owen Wilson make up the rest of notable actors. Voight needs to be noted in this movie, as he was a 59-year old man portraying a more youthful fearless hunter searching for a giant anaconda. He is too creepy in his role as he suspiciously takes control of the crew after the wasp incident and his actions and accent are so hilarious that he becomes more recognisable than the anaconda by the end! On the whole all the characters are forgettable, maybe Voight would be familiar for his ridiculous performance, but nevertheless the characters are so bland and boring that when some meet their death at the hands of the anaconda you might as well cheer. Anaconda was heavily nominated at the Golden Raspberry Awards otherwise known as the Razzies? an award ceremony for the worst films of the year. It was nominated for worst picture, director, screenplay, actor, screen couple and new star but didn??t win any? Kevin Costner in The Postman unfortunately did. Although it was nominated for so many awards, it wasn??t that bad of a film, but still lacklustre for its genre that has a bar set so high by Jaws. The Verdict: With such hilariously crafted characters and an over-the-top monster that ceases to be scary after its first appearance, Anaconda could really have been a creature feature classic if it adopted a more profoundly dark approach to pretty much everything it conveys. ???????????????????? 3/10
(kr) wrote: 72%Saw this on 9/7/15Waterworld has a terrific work of cinematography(at least when ever they have that boat on screen) and it's sci-fi elements are intriguing at times, but ultimately it becomes too silly. Kevin Costner( unlikely playing an antihero) shares good chemistry with Tina Majorino and Jeanne Tripplehorn gives one of her finest performances, however Dennis Hooper simply stinks.
(br) wrote: A note to Charles Bronson's fans: the focus of this interesting French thriller is character development--not action. However, the whole thing kicks off with a sleazy rape, so you won't feel entirely lost.
(ag) wrote: "Antoine and Collette" review: Rather than let this simple story tell itself (as he did so effectively in The 400 Blows), Truffaut somehow manages to over-explain AND underdevelop. The result is a sloppy, unfocused narrative saved only by its actors' performances.
(jp) wrote: While not one of Disney's greatest films plot-wise, it has plenty of visual inspiration to spare. And of course, who could forget the shot that scarred a million childhoods?
(us) wrote: We're committed to you; and unfortunately, I believe we've made a mistake.Two rich kids in law school decide to try and get away with murder. One student is more of a leader and the follower is a bit of a tool. They feed off each other through the act all the way down to the arrest and their story for the police. Can the police get one of these two law experts to confess?"And you know why I tried it? Because I damn well felt like it."Richard Fleischer, director of Conan the Destroyer, Red Sonja, Amityville 3-D, Mandingo, See No Evil, Mr. Majestyk, Tora! Tora! Tora!, and Doctor Dolittle, delivers Compulsion. The storyline for this picture is actually pretty interesting and caught me off guard. The transition from reckless school boys to courtroom drama was beautiful. The acting was magnificent and the cast includes Orson Welles, Dean Stockwell, Diane Varsi, Bradford Dillman, and Martin Milner."How many languages do you speak?""14."I DVR'd this picture because it starred the great Orson Welles. I was surprised that it took so long for him to become a major part of the film, but it completely worked. The entire film comes together perfectly all the way until the final line is delivered. This is an excellent film that is interesting and definitely worth a viewing. "That weakling. That inferior child."Grade: A-
(fr) wrote: Great all around movie. Made you laugh and cry. And the scenery was beautiful
(mx) wrote: It is dull, formulaic and directed in such a mediocre way (hell, even Zwick's sense of geography is terrible) that there is no pleasure in going through this plodding plot so full of clichs and awful dialogue just to finally get to a tense climax that saves the film from being a disaster.