Who Is Simon Miller?

Who Is Simon Miller?

Like most families, the Millers have their challenges. Simon's frequent business trips have created some distance between him and the rest of the family, leaving Meredith stretched and struggling to keep things together. Daughter Sarah, an 18-year-old honor student, has recently gotten herself into trouble at school while son Kevin, 15, struggles to engage with anything outside of a video game... But these issues all prove to be trivial when Simon goes missing...

Like most families, the Millers have their challenges. Simon's (Loren Dean) frequent business trips have created some distance between him and the rest of the family, leaving Meredith (... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Who Is Simon Miller? torrent reviews

Christine C (kr) wrote: cheap, would have made a better novel

Maddie M (es) wrote: Very cheesy yet entertaining enough

Marc G (ru) wrote: I was expecting a train wreck, but instead got a pretty entertaining flick. Now don't get me wrong, the chicks are butt and the guys couldn't actually get laid if their last name was DiCaprio, but it's only 75 minutes, so it's a breeze to sit through.

Robert T (mx) wrote: see past the comicness of his whole persona. Go Zizek!, go!

Matthew M (fr) wrote: pitched as a dark comedy... i couldnt see any of the dark humour. this slow paced 'comedy' just follows an old guy around from hospital to hospital to make a comment on how bad doctors can be or something. the movie is very long and strangely hypnotic but unsatisfying in the end. it just pitters out with no real closure, climax or big point.

Jayakrishnan R (ag) wrote: 74%Saw this on 13/1/16Che: part 2 (Guerrilla) is a fast paced, straight forward and easily understandable and at times disturbing film compared to its original, but sadly it lacks the non-linear narrative, style and Soderbergh's touch that was so effective in part one. However, Del Toro gives a powerful performance as Che in his days of decline.

Cody H (fr) wrote: This was very funny and more exciting than the first. Grade: B+

Liam M (au) wrote: Three stars strictly for the entertaining fight scenes.

Kelly K (es) wrote: I really like Kevin Sorbo from his Hercules days. This film was pretty cool, and enough to keep you occupied for an hour and a half if you're into the gun slinging, wild and unjust life of the Old West.

ANNIE H (us) wrote: very good a must see if u practice any of the shaolin/kung-fu and ti-chi

Matt J (ru) wrote: Double-entendres galore at WC Boggs and Sons. Sums up everything that was great in 1970's Britain. If only the world could be that simple again...

Burt U (ru) wrote: Great film even though I had to watch it with one of them fuckers in the corner waggling his arms about so the deafos could understand.

Ugly T (ca) wrote: damn here it's another great one. Do listen to the news about Poles and changin' of our clima...and if??? No, no i don't want to think about the reality....here it's pure Sci-Fi: A-bombs change the Earth's axis, in uk the lack of the water it's greatest problem. The hero of this story he's a journalist and he wants to do his job, to know the truth. Where are the Governors, the Scientists ? Is it too late?? atrocious revelation: the earth is goin' to met the Sun...nice matter, uh? What kind of reactions should i, you have if we should know the truth? A great Uk movie, don't want to write more, watch it. Ps: I would like to know if James Ballard (he is great British Sci-fi writer, i have his novels about cathastrophic situations on the Earth...) had to do smtg with the script or if this movie it had some 'ideas' from one of the greatest Twilight Zone's episodes: The Midnight Sun.

Dave R (fr) wrote: a cop - mark dixon- with a history of roughing people up gets himself caught up in a web of deceit and lies when he accidently kills a suspect by punching him. his cover up leads police to accuse an innocent man and dixon tries to lead and mislead the investigators. a solid film noir.