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Ukuaru is a great movie of Veera Saar (novel), Mats Traat (screenplay). The released year of this movie is 1973. We can counted many actors in this movie torrents, for example Elle Kull, Lembit Ulfsak, Velda Otsus, Jüri Järvet, Helene Viir, Oskar Liigand, Antanas Barcas, Malle Koost. Movie' genres are Drama. Many people rated for this movie, Rate is 7.3 in www.imdb.com. This is really a good movie torrents. The runtime of this movie are awesome, about 85 minutes. Dat1Phit is funny uploader, she is very lovely. You should spend more time to watch this movie. If we must use one word to describe about this movies torrent, I think it should be 'Crazy', so what is your thought. Do you know what are visitors? ChimTo is the best. I can't leave my laptop screen. Share with your friends and watch this movie together . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Adrienne L (ca)

This was painful to sit through. Seriously uneven comedy with with no script, no point, and some truly banal cameos


Alex K (au)

Enjoyable film it's not crap but is no mind blower but is not a waste of time


Andrew C (us)

eerie atmosphere, and darkly comic


Bavner D (kr)

Film ini mengemas kisah cinta yang antik dengan cukup menarik, banyak memorable scenes, kualitas akting kedua pemain utama yang cukup mengesankan, serta dilatari dengan musik Cat Stevens yang menambah hidupnya alur cerita


Jay B (ca)

very satisfying film with great performances and wit for days. . . Whiskey Tango Foxtrot mixes a bit of EVERY genre, which IS kind of annoying at times, but ultimately. Funny, sweet and educational


Matthew P (ag)

It picks up near the end, and a few of the comedic touches help liven things up, but on the whole it's not a movie that's worth your time. It gets repetitive in order to get its runtime above 80 minutes, the actors don't seem to have a clue as to they should be doing, and we don't care about these two leads despite spending almost every frame with both of them. Serious Moonlight is an inconsistent film that probably should have been a play instead of a feature film. Perhaps Hines gave them too much credit, or perhaps she should stick to staying in front of the camera instead of behind it. It's as if rookie director Cheryl Hines just let them do their thing, and the result are actors who haven't been directed and don't what would fit best. The actors aren't bad, but they rarely seem like they know what they should be doing and how to play their part properly. This attempted but failed balance also leads to some uneven and unsure performances. You laugh, but you feel bad for the performers. The bathroom fight between Sara and Louise was also pretty funny, but looking at it in a different light makes it feel more embarrassing for both actors. Some of the situations made me laugh, and the final scene, while predictable, gave me a laugh regardless, if only for the face given by one of the characters. The comedy that's attempted occasionally works, but it's too scattered to make much of an impact or entertain us. We don't care about these people; it doesn't matter to us if they get back together or not. A balance between drama and black comedy is attempted here, but the balance is skewed in the former which doesn't work for reasons I've already explained. It's creepy enough in the way that it's presented here. Would a male holding his wife hostage win an audience's endearment? Somehow I doubt it. Imagine if this same plot happened, except all of the genders were switched. Ian seems like he'd be better with Sara, and Louise has shown to us that she needs to be locked away. They never seemed to have a spark after the initial honeymooning period, and because of this, it's hard to hope that they get back together. We never find out why they got married in the first place, nor how they managed 13 years. As it is, I had a really hard time caring. Without cinematic tools to distract us, we might feel an intimacy with these characters and it's possible that their marriage might actually mean something to us. It takes place in a single location, features a limited number of actors, and seems like it would easily work as a play. I have the feeling that Serious Moonlight would have worked better as a play, and it's possible that the late Adrienne Shelly's script was originally planned for the stage. We now have more than one thing to do, meaning instead of focusing on the relationship that may or may not ever be reconciled, we can try to figure out how the characters can escape from their possibly life-threatening situation. This excitement helped to re-engage me with the film. A burglar (Justin Long) comes into the house, tapes up Louise, throws her in the bathroom with Ian, and then throws a party downstairs. The third act is more promising, as something actually happens. For the most part, all we see are these two actors talking with one another. There's a lot of repetition in Serious Moonlight, and this makes the film's 80 minute running time feel a lot longer than it actually is. She shows him pictures taken over a decade ago, bakes him cookies, puts on a dress, and so on, all the while Ian attempts to convince her that the spark is gone and that she could hold him there forever and it's not going to change his mind. So, most of what we get involves having Ian taped to a chair, and Louise attempting to fix their marriage. She can tell if he's lying, as he's not very good at it even though he managed to keep his affair with Sara secret for a year (which the film initially treats as a gigantic revelation, but then nothing comes of it). Louise doesn't treat him poorly while he's duct taped to this chair, but she's not letting him go until he can tell her that he loves her -- and mean it. This happens despite his plans to head out to Paris first thing in the morning. Ian is informed that he's going to be held captive until the time when he falls back in love with his wife. After all, he's more concerned with getting out of this predicament at the moment to care about quelling his thirst. It's offered to him, but he doesn't want it. He tells her that it's over, she throws a flowerpot at him, and when he comes to, he's taped to a chair and she's sitting on the bed, holding a glass of water. Unfortunately for him, Louise decides to head to the country house one day early, and after discovering the rose petals lying everywhere -- which were meant for Sara, not her -- thinks that her husband had planned a romantic day for her. He plans to leave a letter for her, telling her that he's run off to Paris with another woman, Sara (Kristen Bell), and that their marriage is over. Instead of going to Chicago like he said he would, he has headed out to the couple's country house, where he said he's meet his wife the next day. Ian (Timothy Hutton) has grown tired of his wife, Louise (Meg Ryan)


Nikolai E (kr)

Considering Hawks?? own ??To Have and Have Not?? contains what I would argue is the best love scene of all time, I guess there was no more appropriate way for him to send off his incredible career than to hit rock bottom with the force of a flaming meteor. Most of the cast couldn??t collectively act themselves out of a wet paper bag, and the one real highlight of the film is possibly the worst love scene ever captured on celluloid. By ??Lobo,?? whatever sense of fun, energy and pride the old-fashioned western once had was diluted to oblivion. ??Rio Bravo?? wasn??t great, but at least it was entertaining on its own terms. Hawks?? second remake of his own ??Rio Bravo,?? which was itself a semi-remake of High Noon pursues pointlessness with bracing fervor. Howard Hawks last film and possibly his worst ever, a fact which he wrongly blamed on an aging John Wayne, who is one of the film??s only redeeming features


R S (br)

Appreciated the appropriate respect for motherhood/fatherhood, too. Funny! Great kun-fu parodies


Russell H (es)

not the best of Seth Rogan but funny enough


Sean C (fr)

very surpisingly good movie, you should check it out!. I did not know this is actually a sequel so I may watch the first one. The story was good too as it was brutal, tragic and engaging. The action was top notch and rivaled any big budget Hollywood movie. Both with weapons and without martial arts as well as gun fights. The best part of the movie was the fight scenes of which there are many. The actors spoke English well and the acting was not half bad. The production value was higher than I anticipated too so the look and feel of the movie was more like professional Hollywood than crappy foriegn movie. Their is actually very little nudity in this movie and all of it was done very tastefully. From the title one would not expect much but they would be mistaken as I was. This movie suprised me a lot by being a lot better than it had any right to be lol