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(1304) 6.4 112 min 2019

Military Wives is a movie starring Kristin Scott Thomas, Sharon Horgan, and Emma Lowndes. With their partners away serving in Afghanistan, a group of women on the home front form a choir and quickly find themselves at the center of...

Starring
Gaby French, Sharon Horgan, Kristin Scott Thomas, Emma Lowndes
Genres
Drama, Comedy
Director
Peter Cattaneo

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Peter Cattaneo
Writer Rachel Tunnard, Rosanne Flynn
Stars Gaby French, Sharon Horgan, Kristin Scott Thomas, Emma Lowndes
Country UK
Also Known As Yhteinen sävel, 女聲我最美, Sangklubben, La sfide delle mogli, Que suene la música, Sångklubben, Épouses de Militaires, Military Wives - Mulheres de Armas (2019)
Runtime 1H 52M
Description Inspired by global phenomenon of military wives choirs, the story celebrates a band of misfit women who form a choir on a military base. As unexpected bonds of friendship flourish, music and laughter transform their lives, helping each other to overcome their fears for loved ones in combat.

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Friday, 24 Jul 2020 01:02

Tori (Katherine Heigl) is the perfect wife. A smart, eloquent, classy, independent, ambitious, and incredibly beautiful woman. So perfect that she's become an alcoholic and is almost a recluse. In the latest installment of the drama, "The 40 Year Old Virgin," Tori (Heigl) has taken a job as a call girl. On the first night of her new job, Tori is hit by a car and is paralyzed in one of her legs. She decides to give up her job and have a night of the living dead. This film was written and directed by Mike Cahill. He did the screenplay with Steven Zaillian and David Glass. The script is centered around a real-life man named Tony (Matthew Gray Gubler). Tony is an alcoholic and a recluse. He suffers from chronic back pain and a severe case of arthritis. He even has an invisible prosthetic leg that has ruined his life. He does everything from dropping off his daughters to picking up the mail to watching porn to reading newspaper clippings and reading magazines. He was once a successful small business owner who had everything. His life has become a living hell. One day, he meets a pretty girl named Rachel (Cameron Bright) who comes from a big family. They both agree to go out and drink and watch movies. After a few days, Tony and Rachel decide that they should get married and move into a big house. However, the couple are a little too well-off to get married. Tony's next job is to be a video-store clerk. His first day is to give an audience to a film that they filmed. However, things are complicated when Tony finds out that Rachel is pregnant. Tori comes to his aid and they begin a romantic relationship. However, things get complicated again when the couple is caught by the police for buying stolen drugs. This leads to a series of complications and scenes that aren't really realistic. For example, Tori gives birth to a baby and then tells Rachel that she and her baby are going to move in with her parents. However, in reality, Tori and her baby would have been thrown out. This is where Tori's life changes. She starts drinking again and she begins getting worse. After she's admitted to a rehab center, Tori begins to show signs of mental illness. A film about a man with mental illness should be realistic. But, in reality, it's impossible to do that. In reality, Tori is a saint. However, this film is meant to be realistic. So, it's unrealistic in a few ways. It's very depressing. It's very depressing because Tori's life has gone to hell. The ending of the film is supposed to be a happy ending. However, that's impossible because it's the end of a movie. In reality, she would have ended up living on the streets. However, it was also very unrealistic to have the two characters doing the things that they did. This was one of the problems with the film. The second problem with the film was that it didn't take place in a real world. It's not even a movie. It's just a movie. So, it's unrealistic to have characters do these things. The third problem with the film is that it doesn't really explore the consequences of doing things that are really messed up. In reality, if Tori were to go back to a rehab center, she would have been put in jail. But, in the film, she and Rachel go to an outpatient center. This is because they were told that the treatment there would be more "humane." However, in reality, they would have been thrown in jail. The fourth problem is that the characters aren't really well-written. It's really hard to figure out who is
Friday, 17 Jul 2020 08:48

I must admit that I did not see this film at all. At first, I thought it was another boring, overly-simplistic comedy. I was wrong. I saw it three times in one week, and each time I discovered new things about it. The first viewing was quite painful, but I'm glad I saw it. The second viewing I enjoyed even more. The third was quite enjoyable. The plot is a little bit thin, but it's still worth watching. The characters are well developed, but it's the interactions between the characters that makes this movie such a delight to watch. The characters in this movie are very well-acted, and the actors give a perfect balance of emotions and dramatic accents. Their characters make the movie believable, and they never feel fake. The performances are mostly made by Brits, but not the main actors. It's mainly directed by an American, who is very talented. Every character has a personality, and their interactions between each other are well-done. The relationship between Josephine (Sara) and Nathan (Alex Lawther) is very interesting. The interactions between Josephine and Alex Lawther is also very well-done, and shows the tension between the two of them. Even though Josephine and Nathan's relationship is short-lived, it's still very interesting. The film also provides the perfect balance of comedy and drama. The comedy is lighthearted and light-hearted at the same time. And there are moments where you laugh hysterically, and you can't help but be depressed because you feel so helpless, but then you get it out of your system and laugh again. The drama in this movie is also very realistic. It's not completely predictable, but the ending is well-done. All in all, this is a great movie, and I recommend it to all people who like to see a movie with a great plot and great actors, and who are also fans of British humor.
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 23:20

A movie that follows the life of two sisters. The story of a married women, Alice (Karen Allen) who does not have a lot of time for her children and worries about their education. Alice decides to get a divorce and starts a new life for herself and her children. Alice's husband Paul (Ethan Hawke) is struggling to keep his family together after her divorce. Paul is married to a very rich woman, Trish (Julia Roberts). The marriage seems to be working for Paul but he is caught in a tough situation in that he has to sacrifice his career to support his wife. Alice is very successful in her work and her family is also rich. But she does not like to be dependent on her husband and she is not willing to be financially supported by her family. Paul knows that he cannot raise his family on his own. But he can not give up the life he has. He has to make sacrifices and gives up his job to help his wife. He is forced to pay his children's college tuition and support their education. He knows that he can not give up the life he has. When he realizes that he cannot raise his children on his own he asks his wife to get a divorce. The wife agrees. The two live apart and their children live with their mother. Alice works and does not like to be dependent on her husband. She wants to take care of herself and her children. She works at a bank and takes care of her children. She decides to start a new life for herself. The movie is a funny and funny. Karen Allen and Ethan Hawke are really great in the movie. It is a great family movie. This movie is not for kids. It is a family movie. I love the movie.


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