Three Night Stand

Three Night Stand

A man's plans for a romantic weekend go awry when he learns that his ex-girlfriend, whom he still secretly loves, manages the ski lodge where he and his wife are staying.

A married couple's romantic weekend is turned upside down when the husband's ex-girlfriend, a woman he's secretly obsessed with, is running the ski lodge where they're staying. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Three Night Stand torrent reviews

Liam C (es) wrote: omg dis movie r sik dood i loved it so much, lel it had zombies n boobs omg boooooobs lel top kek and sex. trejo was in it for like 4 minutes tho n that sucked, :/ was looking forward to seein him kick butt but wasn't gonna happen :/ wtf though, his face is on da damn front cover. moody white man was good main character rminded me of christun slatuh he was in the amazin alone in drak. da peoples blood was purple XD omg who thought of teht! and the after effects spechusl affects were grate!!!! i culd see teh outline from da gren scren tho :/ bad job ppl. n also purple on screen sometimes 2 for no riaisn. 0/19 would not recommened. And yeah if you couldn't tell this was a joke review, just like the movie. But for a campy movie it was fine. I watched it with a potato for fun and we laughed at it, one way to kill a class period.

Mohammed A (br) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Luke M (gb) wrote: Regrettably trite goings on in a place that is extremely not trite and interesting. As a travelogue of an amazing and interesting slice of the planet it's quite wonderful, but as a character study/story it resorts to tropes that feel a bit lazy (Western bourgeois slug-man has an existential crisis and is aided on his journey to self by the relentless positivity of a sprite-like native girl 10 years his junior...)

Princess J (au) wrote: It is a great movie i love it

kivernitis I (ca) wrote: Winner of the Jury Award at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival but sadly banned in Iran, Jafar Panahi's Crimson Gold shows the growing chasm in Iran between rich and poor and the psychological effects of living under a regime based on fundamentalist religion. Written by famous Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami, it is based on a newspaper account of a similar incident that took place several years ago in Tehran. The film opens inside a jewelry store where a robbery is taking place. As a crowd gathers, the robber is trapped when the security system is released and the bars close over the front door. Flashbacks then show the events that led up to the crime and the film speculates as to what might have led to this act of desperation.Hussein (Hossain Emadeddin), an alienated heavy set man who hides his emotions, is a pizza deliveryman in Tehran who takes cortisone shots to relieve the pain of injuries sustained in the Iran-Iraq War. He is engaged to be married to his friend Ali's (Kamyar Sheissi) sister but they communicate little. Ali is a thief who snatches women's purses but is an amateur bungler who rarely scores a big take. On examining the contents of a purse with Hussein at a restaurant, they discover the receipt for an expensive necklace and their fascination leads them to visit the jewelry store where it was purchased. When the owner refuses to let them in the store because of their dress, resentment boils.Another incident reinforces this hurt. Hussein is forced by security police to wait outside a building as they arrest people attending a party for allegedly violating the social code of the regime that prohibits men and women from dancing together. Though he good-naturedly hands out pizzas to the police and the detainees waiting outside the building, he is upset at the manner in which he is treated. A bizarre final sequence raises Hussein's anger to the breaking point. He delivers a pizza to a lavish penthouse apartment where he is invited in by the wealthy tenant (Pourang Nakaheal), a young man who recently returned to Iran after staying with his parents in the U.S. The man, who appears to be lonely, talks incessantly, complaining about the "city of lunatics" he has returned to. As the young man chats on the cell phone, Hussein wanders through the house amazed at its affluence. He finds a rooftop swimming pool and jumps in fully clothed, then sits on the roof simply gazing at the city below. Fuming inwardly, the very next day he walks into the jewelry store with a loaded gun.Crimson Gold bravely depicts the powerlessness of the individual in an authoritarian society, yet Hussein's emotional repressiveness and the telegraphing of the final outcome dilutes the film's tension, almost to the point of lethargy. To his credit, Panahi makes a strong statement but does not wallow in polemics, making it clear that the crime results from a combination of both social and psychological factors. Hussein is not an ordinary individual beaten down by the system but a walking time bomb, a man physically and mentally damaged by the war, uncommunicative, and humiliated by each slight, no matter how minor. Like Hussein, Panahi knows something about the feeling of being trapped and humiliated and his experience lends immediacy to the film. In 2001, the director was detained, then chained to a bench for ten hours because he refused to be fingerprinted and photographed by US authorities at JFK airport, a reminder that assaults upon human dignity are not limited to a single country.

JeanPhilippe G (es) wrote: The curse of the black pearl is the best installement of the pirates franchise and creates one of the most memorable characters on the big screen from the last decade, Captain Jack Sparrow.

Josh G (es) wrote: Loved it as a kid. Of all the 'save the bad inner city kids' movies...this is the best onePanna-na-wayyyyyyyy

Christopher S (fr) wrote: Neil Simon's Pulitzer Prize-winning coming of age story is adapted into an entertaining dramedy by director Martha Coolidge. Strong characters fleshed out by excellent (if overly theatrical) performances, and clever writing provides some solid laughs - though it does get pretty heavy-handed in some of its more dramatic moments. Good score by Elmer Bernstein.

Cody C (ru) wrote: Almost good. I believe Jon Lovitz that there was a better version of this and then they cut most of the good stuff out of it. Definitely feels like that. There's a couple funny parts but ultimately it's not good enough. Would love to see a director's cut of this one day, doubt it'd ever happen.

Carlos M (au) wrote: King's screenplay (adapted from his own novel) is generally well structured despite its flaws, but the movie suffers mainly from a stiff dialogue and Lambert's poor, amateurish direction, which has trouble even with the most basic things like the geography of the scenes.

Xavior M (us) wrote: Hilary continues to show why she is one of the best actors of my generation. I also feel that Loretta Devine was a superb supporting actress. Loretta brought a balance to the movie with her hope. The most haunting part of the movie for me was when Loretta was lying in the hospital and looked at Hilary, as if yo say I don't wanna die like this. I still do not know why Hilary chose Bec. I kept thinking that would be revealed.