Who Made the Potatoe Salad?

Who Made the Potatoe Salad?

An urban romantic comedy about a young San Diego policeman who travels to Los Angeles with his fiance to meet her dysfunctional family and announce their engagement.

An urban romantic comedy about a young San Diego policeman who travels to Los Angeles with his fiancée to meet her dysfunctional family and announce their engagement. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Who Made the Potatoe Salad? torrent reviews

Abdulmalik A (us) wrote: It's an unshowy, quietly intense drama. Gripping and tightly focused.

General V (br) wrote: Excellent film. Not an entirely original plot idea (Alien Nation springs to mind) but certainly more original than most sci-fi. Innovative filming style. Very realistic on the whole. Funny in places but never cheesy.The visual style of the film seems to be very much inspired by Half-Life 2, which is interesting, because that usually happens the other way round, with films influencing computer games.Overall I'd thoroughly recommend District 9.

ToMariah S (de) wrote: 5 stars just for the courage to make it, and for the importance of being critical and questioning organised religion

Cathy C (it) wrote: Oh my Smurfs! This movie has an awkward story that's Really bad. However,the animation and neat comedic characters settle the deal. Review by Logan Cornn.

Rachel M (ru) wrote: i'm interested in LGBT movies NOT MUCH. but this movie was good b/c it showed how gay people struggle to share their secrete to their friends and their family. and some families still love them.

Anna Margarethe O (de) wrote: Slice-of life comedy about a Mexican-American chef and his independent-minded 3 daughters.

Velma S (it) wrote: Im a huge Patsy Cline fan and this movie is fantastic!!!! Jessica Lange was so good and mesmerizing. Gotta watch it if you love Patsy.

Michael W (gb) wrote: A cold war spills over to the ski slopes of Squaw Valley with European and American skiers battling for supremacy on and off the slopes. Features a fine cast, soundtrack and terrific ski montages--I'm actually convinced this has gotten better with age. Aside from a couple scenes degrading to women, Squaw Valley certainly looks like a lot of fun.

Joel A (ru) wrote: A film I had heard so much about & once finally getting around too it....I was less than impressed.It had some good dialogue scenes here & there but the film was dull & lacked interest.Mickey Rourke was by far the stand our he truly is a great actor. But the film just got bland quickly & just seemingly went nowhere.

Khaled M (ag) wrote: From "Hostel" Director, another disturbing gruesome movie but not as good as the previous ones.

Jennifer A (it) wrote: More crappy movies I've seen. One day I might get every movie I've seen rated. Okay probably not. Here are some bad ones......with not much to say. [b]Breaking the Rules - 1/10[/b]Director - Neal IsraelStarring - C. Thomas Howell, Jason Bateman, Jonathan Silverman, Annie Potts. [b]Backtrack - 3.5/10[/b]Director - Dennis HopperStarring - Dennis Hopper, Jodie Foster, Dean Stockwell, Vincent Price, John Turturro, Joe Pesci, Charlie Sheen. [b]Black Sheep - 1.5/10[/b]Director - Penelope SpheerisStarring - David Spade, Chris Farley, Tim Matheson. [b]Bye Bye Love - 4/10[/b]Director - Sam WeismanStarring - Paul Resier, Matthew Modine, Randy Quaid, Janeane Garofalo. [b]Casper - 3/10[/b]Director - Brad SilberlingStarring - Christina Ricci, Bill Pullman, Cathy Moriarty, Eric Idle.