Tomorrow You're Gone
Charlie Rankin, recently released from prison, seeks vengeance for his jail-house mentor William "The Buddha" Pettigrew. Along the way, he meets the ethereal, yet streetwise, Florence Jane. They embark on a unlikely road trip, careening towards an unlikely redemption and uncertain resolution.
Charlie Rankin is come out of prison, but he must be murderer because he is indebted the man who protects him in prison. He walks confusedly the line between right and wrong. His life changes when he meets Florence who understands really him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tomorrow You're Gone torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: not that good Disney Channel needs to make movies that aren't that stupid.
(us) wrote: I like this movie. The story is decent. It's also very funny, energetic, nicely animated, and has likeable characters. It's obviously one of Adam Sandler's best films. The voice acting is very good, too. Sandler does an awesome job as Dracula. The characters, like I said, are very likable. Mavis is cute and sweet, Drac is funny as heck, Johnny is fun, and Frankenstein, Murray, Griffin, and Wayne, are all great as well. It's just such a funny movie. The humor is just so bizzare and crazy that you can't help but laugh. The story may be thinly scripted and it's no masterpiece, but I think Hotel Transylvania is lots of fun with really good humor and a sweet, lighthearted feel to it. I guess many adults may not find it too great, but it's worth at least one viewing
(gb) wrote: I am going to skip this one.
(nl) wrote: Definitely cute but it is repeptive of the first. Still worth the watch.
(kr) wrote: Dropped in favour of Ringo 2 but this is the sequel book. If you only enjoyed the American version of the Ring you won't like this however if you enjoyed Ringo you will love it. It does however go off on a tangent.
(gb) wrote: Strange Days is the highly underrated and way ahead-of-its-time science fiction masterpiece from Kathryn Bigelow that brought challenging ideas to the forefront of the action and features a stellar cast to back up the material. Ralph Fiennes stars as Lenny, a low-level street hustler who deals in lived-memories where people can wear a device known as a SQUID, which records everything the wearer sees which can then be viewed by the public as a sort of, ultra-real, virtual reality. This opens the door for people to live out their wildest fantasies such as what it feels like to be a member of the opposite sex, and in some cases, what it feels like to die! But after Lenny receives the recording of a brutal rape/murder, a web of conspiracy opens up and he has to solve the case and stop this maniac from killing again. It's a fantastic premise that reminded me of ideas from films like Total Recall and the slightly futuristic setting of two-days-prior to the new millennium evokes images of the classic, Blade Runner. The film is masterfully directed by action veteran, Bigelow and features an all-star cast with Angela Bassett, Juliette Lewis, Tom Sizemore, Vincent D'Onofrio, and William Fichtner, but it is Fienne's slightly unhinged and desperate performance as a man who's seen more than he should have that steals the show. This is a very hard film to market and based off of the terrible trailer, it's understandable why this wasn't a financial success, but if they had promoted the fact that, James Cameron wrote the story, it wouldn't have been swept under the rug like it was. This concept has a wide range of possibilities and that's what makes it so special, it's just such a shame that most people have never even heard of it!
(ru) wrote: This movie is not the funniest movie I have ever seen, but it is my favorite movie of all time. Why you may ask? Simple, I loved this movie as a kid, and still do. Is it a bad movie? Yes, but what do you expect, it is a B-movie with the title of a game on it. The best parts of the movie, of course, are the Aliens. It had potential to be so much better, but so did alot of B-movies in the 1980s. This movie falls into the category of "it's so bad, it's good."
(es) wrote: Fantasy land and lore galore! One of those hidden gems in movie history, well ok, maybe not a gem, but at least it's a spec of dust. I saw this movie back when I didn't care about movies, but what it was about, the fantasy the magic, but now, it's a flop.
(br) wrote: Very interesting to watch it after visiting the country. Everything makes much more sense.
(au) wrote: Stanley Ford is a single man with a good fortune, but he is NOT in want of a wife. He enjoys his bachelor ways as a cartoonist, having his way with women and being taken care of by a butler. In a moment of drunkenness, he marries an Italian woman who doesn't speak a word of English. She is a very loving wife and nothing seems to phase her but Ford hates being married and tries unsuccessfully to dump her. He imagines that he's killed her and emulates his thoughts in his cartoon. Everyone believes he's actually killed her and tries him for murder. That's the basic plot. There are tons of sexist, chauvinistic lines and attitudes. The comedy is dry and insulting to women. Obviously it is satire, but it's still insulting. I sat through the whole movie but it was difficult to watch and I didn't enjoy it.
(ca) wrote: Not one of wilders better efforts, tho it definitely had potential and has a lot of wilders great timing and dialogue, adapted from a play like most of his films, as always he manages to not make it seem stagey, i know peter sellers was originally gonna play the ray walston role, but ray does a good job in my opinion, the rest of the actors all do good work too, its just the story that is weak, like i said the premise is good, but characters just start making stupid decisions and then things that dont even make sense, to the point that it really bugged me, i also didnt like the muddled "message" it couldnt decide what it wanted to be, i know it was considered really risque at the time but i didnt think it was that bad, even for the 60s standards, if youre a wilder fan maybe check it out, cuz lots of the early scene have his quick wit and energy but then it just falls apart
(us) wrote: Infamy! Infamy! They've all got it in for me!
(us) wrote: City Lights combines humor, charm and pathos, resulting in arguably the greatest film in Charlie Chaplin's impressive filmography.
(us) wrote: The film isn't perfect in terms of depth or deep engaging storytelling, but the humor and characters carry the movie for an entertaining ride from start to finish.