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.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:86 minutes
  • Release:2013
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:buffalo,   white,  

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

Dedmeet C (fr) wrote: I only have three good things to say about this movie. Its a zombie-flick (you know I love em), it features Danny Trejo (a pro), and theres plenty of gore. Thats the good stuff. The bad stuff - and Ill make it short - is insanely passive, illogical and chardboardy characters (and Im assuming they werent going for a parody here). The gore is plentyfull but too often so obviously CGI and low budget. Most schoolkids could whip up more realistic fakeblood by the way, but I liked a lot of the prosthetics. The plot is straightforward and nonimaginative, with very little depth, but what reeeeeally bugs me is the stupid, illogical, passive, unnatural behaviour of people. Its like a parody that takes itself dead serious. Oh...And how can anyone cast two grown-ups, almost middleaged men, as two 12- and 15-year old lads??? I mean rewrite the script if you refuse to use young actors ffs! Their age had no bearing on the plot at all, so why...?So fairly entertaining for those of us with low requirements, but poorly executed production I suppose. More attention to detail could have lifted thisup to a totally other level.

Darren M (nl) wrote: B-Movie Creature Feature about genetically altered spiders going on the rampage at a remote ski resort. Its a classic made for tv outing. lots of insanity infront and behind the camera making for much fun for the audience if you allow yourself to indulge.

Shaun W (de) wrote: Spends a very long time slow burning the dread, and we're escorted along this long dreary journey by unlikeable characters behaving just outside being relatable...maybe that's just my take on them...After all the entirety of this hate filled paranoid trip the pay off in the last minute or two tells us what we'd suspected all along in a nice patronizing song.I haven't been angered by a movie in quite some time but this one did it there you go, avoid at all cost.

Daniel R (ag) wrote: Excellent, exciting and based on a true story.

Evan H (es) wrote: It's one of Woody Allen's best movies! It's suspenseful with humour mixed in. The acting is superb! I found the script pretty clever too!

Tsukasa A (au) wrote: watched '8 Million Ways to Die'(1986) starring Jeff Bridges, Rosanna Arquette, Andy Garcia et al. The hard-boiled movie is based on a novel of the same title by Lawrence Block. Its plot is not so exquisite but, thanks to the all-star casting, it's entertaining without in a visceral way. Andy was 30 years old when the movie was released and one year before he became famous with his performance in 'Untouchables'.

Graham S (au) wrote: definitely up there with one of the longest one and half hours i've had to spend watching a film. i was cringing for them most of the time. avoid

Catherine T (fr) wrote: Amazing film, set completely--I mean completely--inside a car. Hardy's Ivan Locke is the only visible character in the entire movie, and he carries it superbly. Details come out bit by bit via phone conversations, and you learn about Locke through those, nothing else.