Two Night Stand

Two Night Stand

After an extremely regrettable one night stand, two strangers wake up to find themselves snowed in after sleeping through a blizzard that put all of Manhattan on ice. They're now trapped together in a tiny apartment, forced to get to know each other way more than any one night stand should.

A no-strings-attached, online hook-up turns into a morning-after disaster for twenty-something New Yorkers Megan (Analeigh Tipton) and Alec (Miles Teller). When a paralyzing blizzard hits the city trapping them in Alec’s cramped Brooklyn apartment, they are forced to get to know each other far beyond the confines of a typical one-night stand. Marking the directorial debut of Max Nichols, Two Night Stand is a sexy, romantic comedy about finding love in the digital age. The film also stars Jessica Szohr and Scott Mescudi . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Anthony T (br) wrote: A sorta funny idea that really had about 2 or 3 good jokes. Not recommended.

James L (kr) wrote: Excellent family film about a real life dolphin rescue...and there are quite a few big name actors & actresses ! 3.5 stars

Edgar C (de) wrote: A heavy aura of suffocation surrounds heavily Economides' modern piece of art about isolation, unproductivity and pride in an economical world in the most faithful tradition of Bill Douglas. Like Shao Kahn would say: "Flawless. Victory." 99/100

Anna B (es) wrote: Has some pretty clunky aspects, and the music threatened to ruin the whole mood (I guessed pretty quickly that the composer worked for Almodovar; what works in his movies is badly out of place in a chilly, restrained spy movie). But there's a lot to love here, from the slow but tense pace to the gorgeous camera, the stacked cast, the lack of hand-holding. I loved the way the plot was structured: there's an abundance of unexplained (to the audience) details that you have to scramble to keep up with, but the singular driving plot device (which the film almost treats, amusingly, as a MacGuffin) remains clear from beginning to end, so you're never confused about character motivations or goals. It's quite beautiful.

intuciic (nl) wrote: nothing very special, but pretty interesting story..

Jed D (br) wrote: The worst, Dragon Dynasty film. I was so surprised by how bad it was.

Pascal G (kr) wrote: Que c'est nul!!!! l'histoire est a chier, c'est super mal filme et les acteurs (sortis de serie a deux balles pour la plupart) sont aussi nazes les uns que les autres! une torture mentale de 1H30!

Marcel C (au) wrote: Simply breath-taking. How anyone could do what these surfers do is beyond me.

William C (ag) wrote: I literally don't remember any of it.D-

John V (de) wrote: Being a Jimi Hendrix & Frank Zappa fan,this one has got my attention!

Steve S (es) wrote: Not a bad movie but could've been WAY better. Still worth a watch.

Eric C (gb) wrote: Typical of those comedic baseball movies. Pretty enjoyable, Sellick does well as the jerk American athlete. If you're a fan baseball you'll like it.

Charlie E (br) wrote: Good to know about crooked cops aka pigs aka the 5 O and good to know this does happen in real like, but you just don't know where it really goes down.

Andrew S (au) wrote: Great reminder that guns don't kill people, aliens do!

Hunter D (de) wrote: After becoming a superstar in Chang Cheh's legendary ONE-ARMED SWORDSMAN, Jimmy Wang Yu decided the key to cinematic success was to always be missing an appendage when he kills people on screen, and thus he made THE ONE-ARMED BOXER with Raymond Chow before splitting off and making this cheapie sequel, MASTER OF THE FLYING GUILLOTINE. The movie opens with a blind martial artist being informed that two of his students were killed by a one-armed warrior. He reacts the way any sensible human would, as he proceed to burn down his home with his explodey throwing balls and busts out his flying guillotine, a strange contraption on a chain that you throw at a person's noggin, which then removes it and returns the severed head to the user. He then sets out to kill the one-armed boxer, and anyone else with one arm just in case. Meanwhile, the blind master's would-be victim has started a school where he trains youngsters to do things like jump and walk on the ceiling. They get an invite to a martial arts tournament, the boxer turns down the invitation to fight, but brings his classmates to the event so his students might study the fighters' technique. Things seem to go okay until the blind master shows up with his instant-head-remover and as you might guess, hilarity ensues.Tarantino fans will immediately feel at home with MASTER OF THE FLYING GUILLOTINE (as if they haven't heard of it already), as they will instantly recognize the musical cues sampled by The RZA for the KILL BILL soundtrack, as well as the flying guillotine's striking resemblance to Go-Go Yubari's weapon of choice in her battle against The Bride. Something else this movie reminded me of was the fighting games I played in the arcade when I was a kid, as all of the martial artists in this movie are awesome cartoon characters, from the Thai kickboxer, to the blind master, to the Indian guy with stretchy arms and an owl on a chain he throws at people. Dhalsim from STREET FIGHTER II would have been way better if he had an owl on a chain, so Capcom, I hope you're writing this down. Another cool character is a lying bastard of a Japanese fighter named Wins Without a Knife. Not to spoil anything, but that name is about as hilariously and intentionally misleading as if Dirty Harry's nickname was Kills Without a Magnum. It's clear looking at this movie that it has a lower budget than the kind of stuff the Shaw Brothers were doing, however it doesn't have the set-bound flavor that Shaw productions have, so the only thing that really feels cheap are the costumes. There's a definite charm to MASTER OF THE FLYING GUILLOTINE, it's a really entertaining, B-grade martial arts flick that brings the fun, especially during the final act, I'm glad I finally caught up with it.

Kenneth J (es) wrote: I'm sick of reading these anti-military critics accuse every movie with a positive portrayal of our brave men and women as "recruitment tools." They are ACCURATE portrayals of them, end of story. Do they call movies where doctors save lives recruitment tools for hospitals? No. Do they call movies that show someone who is good at baseball a recruitment tool for baseball? No. So why is it, when a movie doesn't show the military as a bunch of blood-thirsty apes with guns shooting innocent people for the fun of it, all of a sudden they are nothing more than "recruitment tools" for the military? Funny thing is, most of the idiots that say these stupid comments have absolutely no clue how the military really is or how our troops really are. They "bravely" sit in their air-conditioned rooms criticizing any movie that portrays the military in a positive light. Well, I'm just soooo glad you movie critics are serving us so bravely. Thank you for your great sacrifice... And just in case you're wondering, I've seen this movie twice in two advanced screenings. I was in the military and a lot of my friends are or were in one branch or the other. Let me tell you, this was one of the most realistic and accurate portrayals of how military servicement are and how intense the fighting is. If being accurate and realistic means it's a recruiting tool, then let me tell you, this recruitment tool will tell you more truths than your recruiter will, haha. The action is intense and relentless. The acting is about as good as you'd expect from a bunch of men who are too busy serving our country and putting their lives on the line every day to practice acting and memorizing lines. I'm sure they feel really terrible about that for you poor unfortunate critics who had to sit in an air-conditioned room for two whole hours to see that. Don't worry movie critics, aka my heroes, you will be awarded the silver star for your bravery and heroics...

Michael S (ag) wrote: A classic little creepy that I much prefer to the underwhelming remake. The movie hasn't aged amazingly well but overall it's still nice and eerie for fans of the genre.

Andres S (fr) wrote: Soft porn for idiots, sorry, teenage girls, nope, sorry, idiots!!!