Tonight She Comes
After a girl goes missing, two of her friends and a mysterious set of strangers find themselves drawn to the cabin in the woods where she disappeared. They will laugh, they will drink, they will kiss, they will make love, and THEY MUST ALL DIE.
After a girl goes missing, two of her friends and several strangers are drawn to the cabin where she disappeared. They will laugh, they will drink, they will kiss, they will enjoy each other’s bodies, and they must all die… . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tonight She Comes torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Gritty British drug dealer movie. Feels very authentic. Great performances.
(it) wrote: god this movie sucked!! i loved it!
(kr) wrote: Also watched Changing Lanes tonight. A story of two men in their way to separate court hearing when they literally bump into each other on the freeway. After a story of intensity, payback, revenge and honesty ensues. Affleck and Jackson go on a collision course against each other and it won't end well for someone, maybe both. It's beautifully shot and the performances are great, especially Jackson.
(au) wrote: Probably my second favorite Ernest film after the very first one (Ernest Goes To Camp). Jim Varney's talented acting proves beyond the wacky Ernest character as he also plays a completely different type of character in this one!
(es) wrote: 3 1/2 stars. Probably one of the more some of Woodys most complicated characters he's written so far from which I've seen. It's handled and acted very well. The first half isn't as strong as it's latter half; If it was I think I'd be singing this films praises right now. Gena Rowlands absolutely nails the role though. So damn good. Also, Woody is the first director I've seen so far use Erik Satie. Can't believe that piece isn't used more often. So much fucking love <3
(kr) wrote: Search in any direction, go to any place and still you won't find a reason as to why this movie was made. A very very weak story with pathetic direction makes it one of the worst movies of all time.
(br) wrote: The true "trilogy" should be as follows: Planet, Escape, and this one, Conquest. Though this one I rated the weakest of the 3, I don't even include 2 and 5 because they are so bad. This one is relevant and is a good metaphor for revolution even in our times.
(au) wrote: Silly monster movie. Just put your undesireables on the party bus and drop 'em off at the lake. Feed the croc, he needs to eat too. A lot of fun. I disagree that it is not funny.
(us) wrote: There are a lot of great moments in "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" and though it seems to me a more complex movie than Wall Street, it, of course, lives in its shadow given how iconic and defining a film the orginal was in terms of epitomising the 'greed is good' 80s. Michael Douglas once again owns the role as Gordon Gekko.