What's in a Name?

What's in a Name?

Vincent, a wealthy real estate agent, is invited to dinner by his sister Elizabeth and her husband Peter, both professors in Paris. Claude, a childhood friend and trombonist in a symphony orchestra, is also present. Vincent brings news from the prenatal examination of his and his wife Anna's unborn son. The name chosen by the soon-to-be parents strongly offends the others for many reasons. The dispute between the guests quickly escalates and before long the resurgence of old grudges and hidden secrets is unavoidable ...

Vincent is about to become a father. At a meeting with childhood friends he announces the name for his future son. The scandalous name ignites a discussion which surfaces unpleasant matters from the past of the group. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


What's in a Name? torrent reviews

Grant T (mx) wrote: I loved seeing Greg Kinnear in this role. I'd love seeing him as my pastor who inspires people each Sunday. Anyways, the movie was very enjoyable. I think I enjoyed it more because I love to see faith stretched to every level and I love believing. The extended sequences of heaven were a little shaky and I would have rather those be left for interpretation, but in any case, I very much enjoyed this film

Jason R (ru) wrote: The intensely competitive world of Pine Derby Racing is examined. In this kid-friendly tale of three fathers and the obsession of competition. That not only threatens their sanity, but their families as well. Very cliched, almost to the point of parody. But, it is fun to watch.

Stanelle O (it) wrote: it's a really awesome movie , i loved it .

Michael R (br) wrote: Not that bad, not that good. The script was overwritten with too many twists and turns...

Kip B (fr) wrote: Seriously, I watch this for more then 40 minutes before I realize this wasn't a comedy.

Greg C (us) wrote: Heartfelt and sadly underrated movie. Will a DVD ever be released?

Chris B (es) wrote: A beautiful haunting movie that is intelligent, complex and deeply moving.

Carlos I (de) wrote: A lot of ozploitation fun. Under the surface there is some great dialog about oppression and consumerism.

Gregg A (br) wrote: My viewing of the entire Chevy Chase library continues with this tale about a telekinetic air traffic controller. A couple of great laughs (Mostly provided by Dabney Coleman) but overall it's a pretty boring flick. Chevy seems bored as well...

Kevin R (ag) wrote: I love to watch you dance.Tony Manero lives with his parents in New York and works days at a department store and spends his nights perfecting his dancing. He is a big time club dancer at night and is slowly doing nothing with his life. His friends lives start falling apart around him and he may start wondering what he's doing with himself..."She didn't cum yet?""Since when do you care?"John Badham, director of Drop Zone, Stakeout, Short Circuit, Point of No Return, Bird on a Wire, and episodes from the television series Heroes, Arrow, and Supernatural, delivers Saturday Night Fever. The storyline for this picture is excellent and a very unique coming of age film. The acting is perfect and the cast includes John Travolta, Karen Lynn Gorney, Barry Miller, Paul Pape, and Sam Coppola."Some guys don't know a lousy fuck when they see one. Maybe the thought you were dead."I came across this on Netflix not too long ago and I added it to the wish list. This is a great movie of the disco age and the soundtrack was awesome. Overall, this is a worthwhile movie and borderline worth adding to your DVD collection."You had coffee with Joe Namath?"Grade: A

Wade H (de) wrote: Maybe it's just me, but the whole "Manson family part creeped me right out", plus that dark DEMON!!! What a time for an elevator to stall!!!

Donnie B (nl) wrote: I cannot decide if the acting or the vision is more perfect. What a wonderful problem to have.

Hiroko T (kr) wrote: Not quite exciting like Red October...

Jeffrey F (br) wrote: Awesome Werewolf Movie!!

Charles L (de) wrote: His daughter is the best.