What Happens Next

What Happens Next

After rich businessman Paul Greco (popular daytime star Jon Lindstrom) retires early, his imperious sister Elise (two-time Emmy Award® nominee Wendie Malick) tries to get him to settle down with the woman of her choosing. But Paul seems more interested in developing his friendship with Andy (cutie Chris Murrah), a charming gay man he meets at a dog park.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:statue,   artist,   jealousy,  

Paul, a closeted and self-unaware CEO in his 50's, retires and begins falling for a younger man half his age whom he meets in a dog park. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

LinksNameQualitySeedersLeechers

What Happens Next torrent reviews

Anna C (mx) wrote: A psychological thriller about the link between twins, too confusionary to be scary enough.

Chris C (ru) wrote: This just got worse & worse until the credits. Don't bother unless you are in the mood for a truly bad movie.

Private U (gb) wrote: A stunning epic of Himalayan life and Tibetan-Buddhism. I'm from a Tibetan-Buddhist family, and this movie, shot in its original language, has captured the true essence of the intertwined religion and life on the Himalaya. If you're interested in the religious aspects of Himalaya, watch this movie instead of other Hollywood-influenced ones like "Little Buddha" or "Seven Years in Tibet" because they are slightly altered towards Western audiences. Many criticized that this movie is so inexperienced, but it's teh simplicity of the faith that holds the Tibetan culture together for so many years. Definitely recommended.

Thomas V (br) wrote: 'live fast, die young, leave a beautiful corpse.' 'it's freezing out there, thought my dick was going to fall off like an icicle' 'peeing again? your bladder must be the size of a seedless grape!' but one of the most memorable parts in the movie is with the two lesbians mentioning some 20 different synonyms for 'penis'.

Siyu H (it) wrote: Do I even want to see this film again? Can I comment on its weird backdrop and unpleasant lighting? I did see the film twice. control, love, psycho, suicide = perfect education on marital cautious lol