A near-death experience causes a woman to relive someone else's final moments.

Yella is estranged from her possessive and violent husband; but he can't quite bring himself to give her up. When their fraught interaction finally comes to dramatic conclusion, Yella's life takes an odd shift. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Yella torrent reviews

Shawn M (ag) wrote: I failed to understand this movie at all, the more it progressed into the story I was more and more lost on why you would even make this a movie.. I had to look up the plot afterwards to understand but I'm still lost. The movie was still entertaining but its very,, veeeerryyyy strange.

Kai G (ca) wrote: was ok. bit confusing at start, a few twists but nothing original. not predictable though, seen everything in the movie in various films before.

Jonathan K (de) wrote: hey if your a college student.. its a must see.. i don't even like frat's but this movie would make me want to join one. minus having to pay for my friends every semester or month whatever it is..

Robert B (kr) wrote: Decent teen slacker flick. Any movie that has two of its main characters pissing on a gradebook in the opening scene can't be all that bad can it? Martin Starr plays basically the same character from Freaks and Geeks, but that is more then ok because he was the Man on that show. How did Matthew Lawrence get cast as a teen ager? He's like 38 years old.

Andrew S (jp) wrote: A cleverly conceived romantic comedy that follows a London woman on two hypothetical paths, one where she gets home early and catches her boyfriend in bed with another woman, the other where she doesn't.

Brittany S (es) wrote: I don't exactly understand these movies.. but they're cute.

bill s (de) wrote: Caine and Nicholson shine in this throwback style film noir.

Mike N (au) wrote: it was ok, thought it'd be better.check it out though.

Agus B (us) wrote: quien no se murio de la risa con esta pelicula

Stephen J (gb) wrote: Spaceballs is misguided and subpar; the hackneyed Brooks comedy mostly fails with the exception of a few chuckle-worthy puns. One must be both a Mel Brooks fan and a Star Wars geek to truly enjoy Spaceballs and even then, it's still a comedic black hole. C-.

Kyle M (jp) wrote: The storyline - a rehash of the better predecessors - had probably inspired the director to do sort-of the same direction when he went on directing "Rocky V," which was also the least of its own series and more enjoyable than this. This mad second sequel went on with the same type of basic formula that second sequels uses: the original antagonist comes back with a grudge and back-up. But what make this one mad is that the greatness was overly overcome by the abundant of nastiness. With all that, it's too much to handle to watch it, making this the least watchable of the trilogy, but it's still okay when there's still goodness remaining to try its best to fight back. (B-)