A coming of age dramatic comedy dealing with the effect that two "summers" have on the lives of several teenagers. The main story involves an innocent teenage boy and a conniving teenage ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A coming of age dramatic comedy dealing with the effect that two "summers" have on the lives of several teenagers. The main story involves an innocent teenage boy and a conniving teenage ...
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Two Summers torrent reviews
Mind the Book o (de) wrote: A carefully selected IWD film. Two hours of watching Hannah Arendt smoking? Well, "Denken ist ein einsames Geschft" as Heidegger says in the film. This is also a low-key, intellectual biopic with interesting footage from the Eichmann trials in Israel. As for Arendt's private life the film respectfully focuses on her marriage but I want to find out more about her love affair and friendship with Heideggeregger!
Sheridan P (fr) wrote: If this had subtitles, or I spoke Spanish, I may have enjoyed it more. I didn't like how all the horses kept dying, but apart from that, there was a nice take on Butch Cassidy, and gorgeous Bolivian scenery and locals :)
Ben L (au) wrote: We Bought a Zoo is a movie that seemingly takes no chances. It feels like they were content with making a movie in a familiar style and not stretching to make anything special or unique. The plot is nice and simple, and the fact that it is based on a true story gives it some extra impact. However, it was another reminder that I think Matt Damon is an average actor at best, because he never manages to get me emotionally invested in the story. Everything in this movie was kind of by-the-book and extremely predictable. This is the kind of inoffensive family movie that will draw in large audiences by simply doing what everyone expects. Just looking at the poster for the movie is enough to tell you everything that will happen in it, and believe me when I say it delivers on its promises. If it looks like a movie you and your family might enjoy, then it will be. If it looks like a movie you would hate, then you probably will. The only surprise in the film is how heavily it focuses on grief and loss. The setup is all about a husband who lost his wife, and how difficult it is for him and his kids to move on, but if you know that going in then there are no surprises left because even that plot-line plays out exactly as you'd expect. For me it was an OK film, but not one I'll ever need to see again.
Nik B (ag) wrote: When Natalie suffers a brain anyeurism, she's told to avoid all triggering mechanisms. including sneezing and surprises, and yes - sex. So it shows the strain on a family life. It didn't have to be medically induced, the husband/wife could have just as easily as been married for too long. But the cliches still exists. She thinks he does nothing for the family, he think he's underappreciated for the work (and bedsite waiting) he's done. They're both right, they're both wrong. So my mind started to drift as I went along, until she starting hanging out more with the cool, drinking, gambling, dating priest woman. Natalie is searching, and while being fun, the priest is good company for both her and us the audience. When the ending came, there was a genuine sense of effort on the participants parts to measure how they got there and how they felt now. So I got back on board. The movie's not particularly about sex and disease. It could have been called "The Year my Marriage was Hard". A bit uneven, but not without its moments.
Sheridan P (nl) wrote: Hadn't ever known very much about East Timor, other than that an Australian friend's mum sponsored an East Timorese family and that they were deadly poor. Sad story, the Indonesian invasion of East Timor, and the bravery of the East Timorese and the journalists who tried to tell their story.
Larry C (it) wrote: For about 100 of the 107 minutes, this is a bad unpleasant movie. I do not think that the last 7 to 10 minutes justifies the whole movie. I do not see how it got such high reviews. Spoiler alert. the ending is better than one could guess.
Darren P (de) wrote: A fascinating portrait of evil (pre-"Food, Inc.").
Facebook U (kr) wrote: Not quite what the tomato says and some images are are inaccurate. It's all coloured people and please drop the Romeo and Juliette comparison. It is a religious antagonism that is only too universal. Luckily, the antagonism is not hatred and ennemity. The whole thing is happening in Jamaica. Of course, nice ending.
Jenny V (kr) wrote: This was an amazing love story! Not only was it a deep passionate love between two lovers, but also an unbreakable bond between mother and daughter. The story and script was magical; the acting was wonderful; the cinematography was moody, but absolutely suiting! I wish they would re-release this movie on DVD so that I can own a copy!
Arek S (kr) wrote: One of my all time favourites. And the soundtrack by Ennio Morricone is simply genius.
Chris G (nl) wrote: Brilliant outlet for William's comedy style while also showing the horrors of vietnam.
Jennifer B (ru) wrote: I used to love this movie when I was younger. It's been forever since I've seen it.
Connor G (fr) wrote: While a decent enough movie in it's own rights, I had the unfortune to watch with a bunch of unappreciative, uneducated louts.