Till Luck Do Us Part

Till Luck Do Us Part

Check out the hilarious story of luck and misadventures of Tino, a family man whose life is transformed after he wins the lottery. Dazzled by wealth, this boaster spends all his money on a life of luxury and ostentation. But after finding out that he is bankrupt, he faces comical situations: besides not telling his wife he is broke because she is pregnant and cannot get upset, Tino must accept help from his neighbor who is an extremely thrifty financial adviser and the only one capable of getting him out of the rut.

They are a material couple. When their finances broke, he needs to economize without she realize, but is not too easy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Till Luck Do Us Part torrent reviews

Allen V (nl) wrote: P*TA! mga G*GO KAYO! plus the solid acting from the four leads and the gritty realistic setting. the storytelling is fancy yet gripping. finally a good mainstream film from the Philippines. a bloody middle finger to the rest please. thank you.

John B (au) wrote: Good movie overall, slow beginning but, good finish in this Christian feel good movie

Andrew H (de) wrote: I loved this! It was hilarious! And having Anna Faris to look at the whole time is definitely a plus :) This is amovie I can revisit anytime to laugh at and brighten up a bad day.

Will H (gb) wrote: Worth seeing if only for the wonderful music and unorthodox story. The movie is beautifully shot, and Asia Argento continues to become one of our most physically impressive actresses. She may be lacking in certain areas technically, but she knows how to use her body to emote. All in all, it's messy, but it's nice to know a movie like this can be made at all these days.

Jess D (it) wrote: I think this should be required viewing in high schools across the states. All the stories are moving in different ways and I think the director covered a spectrum without getting on a soapbox about it. It's real Iraq veterans telling their stories and some of them are difficult to hear.

M0SESS0liAi (ru) wrote: this movies the shit..

madde (de) wrote: Madde ZimmerENGL 110MA 1KopplinFebruary 23, 2016 Twilight was (and probably will always will be) my favorite book series. In 2008 it was brought to life in the Twilight saga directed by Catherine Hardwicke. It?s a story of an awkward teenage girl, Bella Swann (Kristen Stewart), who falls madly in love with a vampire, Edward Cullens (Robert Pattinson), and before she knows it her life has changed forever. Literally, forever.When I began reading the series, I fell so quickly in love with the characters in the book. Their charm and mystery made me want to never put the book down, so needless to say I couldn?t wait to see the movie that would finally bring my imagination to life, or at least that?s what I hoped. I sat at the edge of my seat at the midnight premiere, to be slightly let down. mostly by the acting and leaving out some minor, yet important parts that were included in the books. However, this is still on top as my favorite movie series that has been taken from a book, but it doesn?t fully live up to what I thought it would be. The movie, filmed in various parts of Oregon and Washington, is full of fast moving clips to catch the eye of the viewers. However, from other vampires I?ve seen on TV or in movies, these supposed vampires in the Twilight saga don?t look too much like the classic vampires you?d see on Halloween, rather just average looking humans who have beating gold, black, or red eyes and skin that glistens and sparkles in the sun. OK, so maybe those are characteristics of vampires, but for the overall dark, gloomy mood of the movie, it might be a little overdone. For instance, the moment Edward reveals his sparkly skin to Bella for the first time, they go deep into the rather dark forest near his home. His skin sparkles like a crystal, but why? It may be stereotypical, but aren?t vampires just supposed to be very pale? Anyways, this particular scene made me feel a bit uncomfortable sitting in the theatre with my mom. The way Bella reacts in this scene (and just about every other scene where she?s with Edward) makes me cringe and not want to watch because of her awkward actions and motions. Her acting in most of the movie seems very unnatural, as if she?s trying so hard to be more awkward than it already is/supposed to be. I get her character is supposed to be out of place and awkward, yes, but as an actress she should be able to do this in a way without making everyone who is watching it feel uncomfortable (even though I?ve watched it countless times, I get the same uncomfortable feeling I got the first time I saw it). Pattinson, on the other hand, more than succeeds in fulfilling the role of a mysterious vampire. His every action and voice makes me believe he actually is Edward Cullens, vampire, not Robert Pattinson, actor. The overall dialogue between the characters humors me. It was awkward at more serious points in the movie, to the point that it made me feel the need to laugh, but I kept that to myself. The fighting scenes, whether between the werewolves and vampires or vampire vs. vampire weren?t exactly what I had pictured in my mind as I did when I read the books. Mostly because of the horrible editing job and over-shaky camera jerks and weird angles. It just looked fake and unrealistic.The movie was easy to follow and entertaining, despite the awkward acting and horrible edits. If it weren?t for me falling in love with the love of Edward and Bella, I?d tell you to not waste your time with the movie, but it?s worth watching at least once if you?re into absurd yet sappy love stories between a mortal human being and an immortal vampire.

Lyn H (jp) wrote: One of my favorite movies...I have seen it abut 20 times and I have a back up videotape and a backup DVD... it took them forever to release it! Pauline Collins got an Oscar nomination for this film and it was well deserved. Tom Conte was his usual half clown/half Romeo, played to perfection. Others who have rated it on this page called it a Mom flick and menopausal and it is. There are very few dirty jokes, the only time sex comes into play, they show waves breaking for a climax and yes- Shirley was coming into those "hot flash" years. But we Menopause Moms have to have something to watch that we can relate to. We don't need at the age of 50, overweight and overwraught, to see some anorexic half-naked quasi actress prancing about. We need something that tells us we still have it after all these years.... and if we have to go to Greece to be appreciated, then by God, we will.

D M (us) wrote: A professor and his assistant build a machine (a "Resonator") which can stimulate pineal gland. In doing so pleasure and sights beyond what humans have known can be experienced. The professor crosses over into a realm on visible when the pineal gland is stimulated, but his assistant is believed to have killed him, but has gone mad. A doctor researching the case gets the assistant to rebuild the Resonator. Once it is again functioning they experience horrors and pleasures as the professor returns in his new form. Many great lines can be found in this one (namely, "Humans are such easy prey"). A really good film based on a Lovecraft story brought to us by the same folks who did Re-Animator a year earlier.

Robert C (ag) wrote: Think about it...Vincent Price...Christopher Lee...Peter Cushing...how can you go wrong? Sadly not even watching those three (all favorites of mine) hamming it up was enough to make this mish-mash of a film enjoyable. Not that I was expecting GREAT things storywise, but I kept waiting for it all to "come together" in some sort of way. But it never really does. While I wouldn't recommend this film to any but the loyalist fans of the three gentlemen mentioned above...I can highly recommend the chessy, groovy, jazzy soundtrack - it was wonderful!

Sean M (au) wrote: Stonewall classic. Just watched the first series again. Onto "To Play The King" now.