Archive de la catégorie ‘Comedy, Drama’

Wish I Was Here 2014 English (Jekan1998) Download Free

Mercredi 3 septembre 2014
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Year: 2014
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Starring: Zach Braff, Joey King, Pierce Gagnon
Director: Zach Braff
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Review: I for for one really enjoyed this movie. I saw it at a screening in Toronto. If you were a fan of Garden State you will love this movie. The cast was superb! Especially Joey King (Grace) and Mandy Patinkin (Gabe). They literally stole the movie. There was not a single bad actor in the movie. Small cameos by James Avery and Donald Faison added great comic relief. After the movie we had a Q&A with Zach Braff and he informed us that this was James Averys last role on film and left us all with hilarious little improv line. It was very funny. I highly recommend this movie for anyone who is a Zach Braff fan and wants to go out for a movie that is an emotional roller coaster with great visuals, solid acting and of course the great comedy of Zach Braff.The movie had great comedy and very real story line.A+++++

The Way Way Back 2013 [English] WEB-DL

Dimanche 24 août 2014
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Year: 2013
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Starring: Steve Carell, Toni Collette, Allison Janney
Director: Nat Faxon
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Review: Before you know kindness as the deepest thing inside, you must know sorrow as the other deepest thing- Naomi Shihab Nye Directed and co-written by Nat Faxon and Jim Rash who won an Oscar for the Best Adapted Screenplay for The Descendants, The Way Way Back is a warmhearted and beautifully realized teen comedy that is as poignant as it is funny. Though there are more coming-of-age films than references to God in the Bible, very few have really hit home for me as much as this one. Of course, there are the usual complaints from critics about how it doesnt break any new ground as if it was a construction site, but to me it felt fresh and alive with real and relatable characters far removed from the stereotypes of most films in this genre.In the film, 14-year-old Duncan (Liam James) is a sullen, withdrawn adolescent whose shaky self-image is not helped by his divorced mother Pams (Toni Collette) and her obnoxious boyfriend Trent (Steve Carell), or his snippy daughter Steph (Zoe Levin). On the drive to spend the summer at Trents beach house called The Riptide, Trent asks him how he would rate himself on a scale of one to ten. Not normally being asked to rate oneself, Duncan might have said two thumbs up, if he thought about it, but all he can think of to say is a six.When Trent tells him (calling him Buddy as he does throughout the film as if he has no name) that he thinks he is a three because he doesnt put himself out to people, he might think he is showing some tough love, but the result is that Duncan is pushed deeper into his shell. As Albert Einstein said, Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and Im not sure about the former. At the New England beach house as his mother tries to make everyone happy, Duncan has to deal with adults whose maturity level on a scale of one to ten might be so low as to be off the charts. There is the boozy and off-the-wall neighbor Betty (Allison Janney) as well as Trents friends Kip and Joan (Robb Corddry and Amanda Peet), all engaging in what Betty calls Spring break for adults. To make matters more uncomfortable, Bettys daughter Susanna (AnnaSophia Robb), who is slightly older than Duncan, tries to engage him in conversation but the stoop-shouldered boy is too withdrawn to respond. He is more at ease with Bettys younger son Peter (River Alexander) who is constantly being teased about his unfocused left eye. On one of his frequent bike rides on the pink bike he discovers in the garage, however, Duncan finds a kindred spirit at the Wizz World Water Park in the person of Owen (Sam Rockwell), the parks manager. As are-free and ungrounded as some of the other adults in the film, Owen has one attribute the others lack. He has a terrific sense of humor and takes an interest in the people around him.These include long-time employee Maya Rudolph (Caitlyn) who had only planned to stay one summer but is drawn back by Owens charm and wit. Owen also takes an interest in Duncan but it is not the brother you need help attitude. He gives him a job at the parks pools and water slides to help boost his self-esteem, a job which neither Trent nor his mother know anything about. Sam Rockwells performance as Owen is pitch-perfect. Even though his communication with Duncan is mostly full of wisecracks, there is an underlying connection between the two that is not based on need alone. Pure and simple, they like each other and it shows, as does the remarkable chemistry displayed by the entire ensemble cast.Duncans transformation happens gradually, however. As he finds himself being accepted by the parks employees, his shoulders begin to straighten out, there is a hint of a smile on his face as well as a new look of confidence. Lian James, a Vancouver actor, not only disappears into the role of Duncan, he is Duncan and his struggle to reconnect with the world he has been estranged from is so honest and painful that we identify with him and want to help him, in Langston Hughes words, to break his…

A Long Way Down 2014 [English] Download Free

Samedi 23 août 2014
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Year: 2014
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Toni Collette, Imogen Poots
Director: Pascal Chaumeil
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Review: If you have read the novel by Nick Hornby, you will recognize the same ironic mood in the picture, where making fool of ourselves and of our small/big tragedies seems to be the only way to go on and not down. The comic hilarious side and the more dramatic one blend together without ever clashing and it is impossible not to identify oneself with the contrasting and sometimes simultaneous tendency of the characters to get depressed and to smile at life at the same time. I enjoyed the performance of all the group, especially Toni Colette who is always able to interpret her characters with such authenticity. And if you have not read the book, the movie may offer an occasion also to you to spend some enjoyable time.

Blue Jasmine 2013 [Eng]

Mardi 19 août 2014
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Year: 2013
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Starring: Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin, Peter Sarsgaard
Director: Woody Allen
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Review: One of the better movies Woody Allen has put out in recent years, featuring superior performances by Cate Blanchett as an emotionally unstable woman forced to come down from her privileged past and Sally Hawkins as her enabling lower-income sister. Allens screenplay is often amusing although it meanders at times (I looked at my watch more than once during the screening I attended) and its story seems uncomfortably reminiscent of A Streetcar Named Desire with Blanchett in the Blanche DuBois role, Sally Hawkins as Stella, Peter Sarsgaard as Mitch and Bobby Cannavale as Stanley Kowalski. It lacks the dramatic power and sexual tension of Tennessee Williams masterpiece and in the end, Allens urbane sophistication doesnt make up for it.There is a tendency in recent years to either over-praise Allen or rip him to shreds. I dont think this film deserves either fate, being an enjoyably diverting if occasionally pretentious and derivative comedy/drama. It may not belong in the pantheon of great Woody Allen movies like Annie Hall or Manhattan but its no Curse of the Jade Scorpion or Celebrity either. If it didnt have the Woody Allen brand on it, I suspect that it would quickly come and go without notice as a fairly well-made independent drama with some nice acting that has some gripping sequences while ultimately being a little on the dull side. Because of Allens enduring reputation, it will probably pick up an Oscar nomination or two (for Blanchetts performance and for Allens questionably original screenplay) because Allens name still carries cache with the taste arbiters. It had too many dull stretches and redundant exchanges for that kind of attention for my money, but its high points made me feel like there were worse ways to spend an hour and a half.

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