There are three stories of women and men: in "A Time for Love" set in 1966, a soldier searches for a young woman he met one afternoon playing pool; "A Time for Freedom," set in a bordello in 1911, revolves around a singer's longing to escape her surroundings; in "A Time for Youth" set in 2005 Taipei, a triangle in which a singer has an affair with a photographer while her partner suffers is dramatized. In the first two stories, letters are crucial to the outcome; in the third, it's cell-phone calls, text messages, and a computer file. Over the years between the tales, as sexual intimacy becomes more likely and words more free, communication recedes.
- Stars:Qi Shu, Chen Chang, Fang Mei, Su-jen Liao, Mei Di, Shi-Shan Chen, Lee Pei-Hsuan, Lawrence Ko,
- Country:France, Taiwan
- Director:Hsiao-Hsien Hou,
- Writer:T'ien-wen Chu, Hsiao-Hsien Hou
Three stories set in three times, 1911, 1966 and 2005. Two actors play the two main characters in each story. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Three Times torrent reviews
(au) wrote: I liked Celine and her songs before. But now I adore her. I was surprised by her goofyness and how great she is with kids. It was during the "I'm Alive" in the beginning I got the first goosebumps. I've always wanted to see her live. And that, has not changed. But now I want to meet her too! Haha!
(ru) wrote: Very strange, slow movie, it's supposed to give the viewer a spooky, eary feeling, but it fails miserably. The plot makes no point whatsoever and the special effects are most of the time bad evil dead ripoffs. The funny scenes totally destroy this movie in the end.
(ag) wrote: An intriguing exploration into the power we bestow upon our language.
(es) wrote: Riveting. A remarkable piece of journalistic filmmaking, and a remarkable reflection on warfare ethics and the toll it takes on the decision makers behind the policies. It's amazing to listen to MacNamara talk about the decisions made during the Vietnam War, and how those decisions have affected him in his life since. Morris, who is one of the best (if not the best) documentarians of all time, takes us on a journey through MacNamara's life, but spends a long time to focus on the Vietnam War. Through plenty of archival footage, and some mysteriously obtained recordings of conversations with military and political leaders, Morris is able to seamlessly put us in the shoes of MacNamara.
(it) wrote: Intelligent, disturbing and well acted, but a little messy at times. Could have been the new Omen and sparked many sequels. Joshua definitely left me wanting more. There are a lot of unanswered questions and scenes that turned out to be unnecessary. Sam Rockwell and Vera Farmiga play two very disconnected parents in their own separate ways very well. Jacob Kogan is excellent as the sociopathic child. He sells the character well with his deadpan expressions and odd comments even though you never see him commit any of his heinous acts.
(us) wrote: Had a lot of heart & was quite original.
(ru) wrote: watching my movie yeah
(ca) wrote: Slapstick & easy laughs.
(mx) wrote: This movie is sooo bad it's good! The music makes up for the lackluster plot and mediocre acting! Paul Simon and Lou Reed are the main highlights for this movie!!
(ag) wrote: While it's not Kazan's best, many of his hallmarks are here: strong emotionally grounded performances, an almost documentary sense of locale, an intelligent screenplay addressing social issues. "Wild River" is always interesting (and worth seeing), just don't go expecting high passion. Like the main character, it's a bit slack and inert.
(it) wrote: It's hokey, cooky, goofiness takes away all of the elements of a potentially interesting storyline.
(au) wrote: I never thought that a movie that had Channing Tatum as the main character could be so bad. But Magic Mike changed that thought. Magic Mike is a comedy/drama film that was written in 2012 and directed by Steven Soderbergh. Don't get me wrong, myself plus a lot of women would like to see Channing Tatum shirtless but overall it was a poor movie all around.This film is about a so-called entrepreneur, Mike, who makes a living by stripping. He has a day job, roofing houses, but he isn't making as much money as he would like to so he strips. Mike genuinely does want to change his life around but cannot seem to leave behind his stripping days and doesn't want to live without that security blanket of money. Throughout the movie, Mike mentors a young 19-year-old, Adam, and eventually has a fling with Adam's overprotective sister, Brooke. Soderbergh decided that he couldn't have a movie just made up of stripping so he decided to squeeze a love story in-between all the erotic dancing. The viewers then saw the movie as a "romance" and totally disregarded the pointlessness of this movie. This so-called love affair didn't make the movie better but just added an unbelievable love story and made it more of a mess than it already is. The movie has no main plot and everything is all over the place. The movie plain and simple was just the newest film that emphasized stripping and drew in women as the audience through the sex appeal of the movie. Some critics say that this movie was supposed to reflect upon Channing Tatum's life before he got to be the actor that he is now but the movie was still irrelevant and there are better ways to reflect on someone's life other than an exotic film. Another problem that I must address is it is hard to believe that Mike is conservative with his money. The audience is supposed to have the impression that Mike is wealthy and doesn't like to spend money the director puts things in the movie that contradict that. He has Mike driving a brand-new truck and living in this fancy apartment. Mike is seen as the one who likes to party in the movie and is always buying drinks for everyone and spending his money. This doesn't emphasize that he is conservative with his money but shows that he is reckless with it. One more criticism I would have to give this film would be that the actors and actresses have no emotions into the characters they are playing. You cannot feel the character's feelings and emotions that you should. Brooke is played by Cody Horn and she would have to be the worst one in the film. She doesn't seem to care about anything throughout the movie and she seems confused about everything. Her character as no body and has no passion. The plot confusion, irrelevance, and poor acting were three main elements that contributed to making this film one of the worst ones out there. Definitely not a valid movie that was worth the time to see and was quite a disappointment.
(es) wrote: This movie was funny and fun. I will have to see the next one.
(au) wrote: Great entertaining comedy! It's my favorite comedy of the year. It's smart, stylish and super hilarious. 10/10