What's Love Got to Do with It

What's Love Got to Do with It

A film about the singer Tina Turner and how she rose to stardom with her abusive husband Ike Turner and how she gained the courage to break free.

The story of rock singer Tina Turner and how she rose to stardom with her abusive husband Ike Turner and how she gained the courage to break free. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


What's Love Got to Do with It torrent reviews

Claire T (mx) wrote: what's the best word described this film, erm crap is the best word I think, I will not watch this movie again, It was very crap, I don't want this film on DVD it was crap, it starred Luke Barnett

Frank J (gb) wrote: C'est a, Cheech? Non, srieusement, c'est incroyablement bien ralis, a il n'y a aucun doute l-dessus. Sauv a fait une job ahurissante, et c'est ce qui a donn Cheech la rputation qu'il a aujourd'hui. Par contre, il me semble que l'histoire est un peu maigre, et c'est de vouloir nous prendre pour des idiots que de nous le comparer Crash. Ce n'est pas notre Crash qubcois. L'histoire est intressante, mais les personnages se connaissent tous, et a en enlve la beaut de la chose. Bon petit film quand mme.

Cristina O (fr) wrote: I watched it for one line.... it turned out it was the only line that mattered... I was disappointed

Daryl D (it) wrote: Not only are the actors hot, the story-line is hot, and the scenes are hot! This was def a soft-core movie that had me fully erect for the majority of it. I loved it and now am in love with Marcel! The sex scenes are amazing, especially the rape scene. Fantastic, i def would love to see more of it!

Jesse M (es) wrote: the movie have cute character was real black white and l looked the movie l was impressive their film wasen't best day time of my childhood. but l like it.

Jessica G (au) wrote: I'm giving it one star for the effort of making a B horror movie. Besides that, it sucks.

Justin E (ru) wrote: "I don't need you to serve appetizers...I need you to BE appetizers!"...it's amazing dialogue like this that makes Blood Feast 2 such a keeper...Herschell Gordon Lewis is back and zaney as ever!! After a long abscence from his gore film roots, he returns with this wacky, over the top blood soaked masterpiece of drive-in style cinema!! This one has to be seen to be believed!! once the blood starts flowing it never stops...hilarious characters, unbelievable dialogue, unnecessary surgeries galore, nekkid hotties..and catering!! shut the fuck up and watch it!!

FilmGrinder S (gb) wrote: "Every soldier wishes for a for a war in his lifetime. This is mine."-Andy McNab (Sean Bean) I'm a sucker for war pictures, especially "true" stories. Some say, the real McNab was ummmm, streched the truth a bit. This doen't concern me at all, the movie itself was awesome. "As for the men who tortured us, they had a job to do as well. It's just that some of them enjoyed it too much. If I met any of them on the street tomorrow and I could get away with it, I'd slaughter them."-McNab

Erin D (kr) wrote: pretty friggin hilarious

Dave J (ru) wrote: Wednesday, June 11, 2014 (1951) The Mob CRIME THRILLER/ MYSTERY/ SUSPENSE Based on a novel written by Ferguson Findley called "Waterfront", the first few minutes has homicide cop, Johnny Damico (Broderick Crawford) coincidently come across a shooting after buying an engagement ring. Because it was rainy and dark, Johnny managed to point his gun from behind, and at the same time demand him to show his identification by throwing it toward him from behind. Showing only his back, the perpetrator then throws him a police badge, and this convinces Johnny that the guy that was doing the shooting was really a cop. He lets him go and instead of looking at what this guy really looked like, he then went toward the body instead. The perpetrator who Johnny thought was a cop then informs him that he's going back to the store to call for police reinforcements. And by the time the police did come, they tell Johnny that no one called them at all, and that they were just passing through. Johnny then rushes back into the store where the unknown assailant told him he was going to be and finds him to gone with the store clerk telling him that he only came in only so that he can leave in the back door. Later, it is soon revealed that the guy that shot this guy in cold blood wasn't really a cop after all, but is really a witness. Instead of punishing Johnny for not seeing what this guy looked like first, they then order him to go undercover to work as a longshoremen since that is where this guys death is connected to. So when Johnny agrees, the police then give him a new identification, going by the name of Tim Flynn ordered to complete two objectives 1) to find out the actual identification of a unknown gangster nicknamed "Blackie Clay" and to expose the corruption as well as the people who were part of the longshoreman racket. From watching this movie, it looked like that it was influenced by another well known movie also about corruption that occur in longshoreman work called "On The Waterfront" directed by the much popular Elia Kazan, but viewers will see that "The Mob" was really made three years earlier. The other thing that is notable is Charles Bronson uncredited small screen appearance as one of the longshoreman workers- it's that small. And because viewers don't see Oscar winning actor, Broderick Crawford in many likable roles, this is rather a nice change for him as he's playing a principled hardboiled cop, showcasing some of the believable tactics police officers used to practiced to nab the bad guys back in those days. This movie is tough, gritty and shouldn't be missed. 3 stars out of 4

Sean L (ag) wrote: Great performances from the leads, well told story.

Mark D (gb) wrote: I was expecting this to be a fun flick, but it was slow paced and boring.zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

justine w (jp) wrote: watch it last night i like it

Victor T (gb) wrote: I have mentioned many times that throughout the history of cinema some films have capture the imagination of a generation, and it is undeniable that the saga that had that effect in my generation is J.K.Rowling's "Harry Potter", a saga that took a decade to conclude. Did this saga have a solid beginning? Harry Potter is a 10 year old boy who lives with his abusive uncles, but his pitiful life changes drastically when a tall bearded man reveals to him that he is a wizard and offers to take him to the wizard world where he belongs. The amazed Harry decides to follow this man in order to receive magical education, but little does he know about the dangers of this brand new world. Let's get something clear: The first 4 chapters of this saga left a big mark on my childhood so undeniably there is going to be a little bit of nostalgia and bias (I'm sorry I can't help it). Every iconic franchise needs a solid beginning in order to build a successful franchise so I am more than happy to report that the first chapter of this saga is a more than solid one. "Philosopher's Stone" has enjoyable performances by its adult cast (I particularly love Alan Rickman as Snape) while the child actors try their best and they have their moments but overall it's what you expect from child actors, the CGI has aged well, it has tons of creative ideas, the characters actually have personality and go through some character development, the score is possibly John Williams' best work of the 21 century (yes, including the prequels), the story itself isn't quite spectacular but still is filled with solid and creative ideas, the production design is jaw dropping, and its entertainment value is quite high. But regardless of my nostalgia, now I see the problems I didn't when I saw this in theaters. Chris Columbus direction is extremely bland that it feels like the film is on autopilot as he just filmed pages of the book but without adding any new substance (this truly was the perfect project for Terry Gilliam), the script could have use some rewrites as it has many unnecessary scenes that are just there for world building (I get that you need to do that in your first installment of a new world but you can do that on the first act), the ending desperately needed more detail, and it has major pacing issues. "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" manages to introduce viewers to a creative world that has capture the imagination of an entire generation (myself included in said generation) and could do the same for the upcoming ones, regardless of the pacing issues. A captivating, charming and highly enjoyable start for a saga that has potential.

Kevin R (it) wrote: Shoot the dogGina is an FBI agency that arrives at Bill and Chris' precinct and requires their assistance staking-out a family whose close friends with a woman on the run. They pose as a family and move next door to the family and wait to see if they can catch a glimpse of the missing woman. They have a hard time working together in this environment under their undercover relationship. Will they find the woman or blow their cover again and almost botch the mission?"What are you afraid of?""Advice."John Badham, director of Drop Zone, Point of No Return, The Hard Way, Bird on a Wire, Short Circuit, Stakeout, Saturday Night Fever, and Incognito, delivers Another Stakeout. The storyline for this picture is horrible and the characters are awkward and not funny. The acting is below average and the cast includes Emelio Estevez, Richard Dreyfuss, Rosie O'Donnell, and Cathy Moriarty."I think we should arrest him for what he's wearing."I came across this on Showtime Anytime and decided to watch it for the first time in a long time. This was a terrible sequel and was very poorly written and didn't have a strong enough plot or enough comedic content to make this worth a viewing. I recommend skipping this."His first dead wife?"Grade: D