Three to Tango
Oscar and Peter land a career-making opportunity when a Chicago tycoon chooses them to compete for the design of a cultural center. The tycoon mistakenly believes that Oscar is gay and has him spy on his mistress Amy. Oscar goes along with it and ends up falling in love with Amy.
- Stars:Matthew Perry, Neve Campbell, Dylan McDermott, Oliver Platt, Cylk Cozart, John C. McGinley, Bob Balaban, Deborah Rush, Kelly Rowan, Rick Gomez, Patrick Van Horn, David Ramsey, Kent Staines, Ho Chow, Michael Proudfoot,
- Country:Australia, USA
- Director:Damon Santostefano,
- Writer:Rodney Patrick Vaccaro (story), Rodney Patrick Vaccaro (screenplay), Aline Brosh McKenna (screenplay)
A rich businessman's assumption that his new colleague is gay leads him to ask the man to keep an eye on his mistress. However, the man is not gay, and begins to fall for the woman himself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Three to Tango torrent reviews
(de) wrote: I don't really know if I should review this film because I only got to see about 2/3 of it and there were no subtitles and so much of it was lost to me. Despite this, though, there were certainly some powerful pieces to it.
(it) wrote: Not particularly to my taste, but then I missed the boat for Battlestar Galactica seven years ago, didn't I? In other words, this is polarized.
(ru) wrote: I liked the ending which is really emotional!! Some are very funny as welll.
(fr) wrote: Very unique movie, definitely worth a rent.
(fr) wrote: Like TMNT, there are unoriginal characters that we don't have time to know about but if u dig the unoriginal characters then that's fine
(de) wrote: A silly movie elevated substantially by O'Toole and Plowright.
(de) wrote: Artful cinema that's quintessentially Bollywood.
(ca) wrote: the worst haircut in town destroys ghoulish invaders
(de) wrote: I wonder what this is about, i think ill see it!
(ag) wrote: I've always thought of director Andrew V. McLaglen as kind of a talented hack, but this film was pretty good. It lacks the artistry of a John Ford or Howard Hawks film, but it does have some surprisingly poignant scenes, which I'll give credit for to the actors and screenplay. Fine western saga.
(jp) wrote: Sat through *Re-watchable *Stupid weird not funny plot 1/2*Acting alright 1/2*Cine - no3/5*
(fr) wrote: A brave, complex, and eye-opening journey into the mind, body, and soul of a girl becoming a woman. Often funny, sometimes wrenching, but always intriguing.