Three Night Stand


Action / Comedy / Drama

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Meaghan Rath as Sue
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699.76 MB
English 2.0
25.000 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 1 / 2
1.24 GB
English 2.0
25.000 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 1 / 1

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by juneebuggy5 / 10

Meaghan Rath and Sam Huntington try

Not great, actually a bit all over the place I watched this because I saw Sam Huntington & Meaghan Rath's names attached and I really liked both of them in the series Being Human. They do a good job here too but other than that its a pretty weak romantic comedy with a flimsy plot and some questionable goings on.

Sam and Meghan play a married couple hoping to kickstart their romance on a weekend getaway. They leave the city (of Montreal) and drive to a ski lodge, having awkward car sex along the way. Once at the lodge things get even more awkward as 'Carl' discovers his sexy ex-girlfriend is now running the place. Because this is a romantic comedy Carl tries to keep his previous relationship a secret from his wife while his ex finds ways to tempt him. Eventually he phones for back up and his best friend from work and her husband turn up to add to the chaos. An unsatisfactory (dark) ending for me here too

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle4 / 10

I don't like Carl

Married couple Carl (Sam Huntington) and Sue (Meaghan Rath) is having an awkward sex ski weekend. He is shocked to find his ex Robyn (Emmanuelle Chriqui) running the ski lodge. She had left her life and bought the place. Carl reveals to Sue that he had dated Robyn. In desperation, he calls his friend Stacey (Reagan Pasternak) who drives up with her boyfriend.

It's a passable dysfunctional rom-com comedy indie up to a certain point. When Carl goes off the deep end, the reason to care goes out the window. He's acting like an idiot and I stop caring about him. The comedy is a bit flimsy up to that point. After that point, it's problematic with its unwelcome destination. The dysfunction is no longer fun and I don't feel the love. The long and short of it is that I don't like Carl.

Reviewed by suite923 / 10

Not worth the effort.

Carl and Sue get ready for a weekend at a ski lodge. Carl plans to get Sue a new ring, and for them to renew their vows. When they arrive, they find that Carl's ex Robyn, who now calls herself Ryan, has bought the place and is running it. Carl also hoped that during this weekend, he and Sue might iron out some turbulence in their relationship. On top of that, Carl slips out now and then to telephone Stacey, his best friend and co-worker. Stacey tries to help Carl as best she can, but has her husband Doug to contend with at the same time.

Worlds collide!

The rest of the film is about the consequences of the collision.

If you hate women, you might like this film. If you hate men, you might like this film. Both men and women are portrayed as being beneath worthless. If you despise romance, you might like this film. If you hate laughing, you might like this film. There was no romance, but only callousness and cynicism. I did not laugh while watching this movie.

Since I do not fit into any of those categories, the picture had little appeal to me.

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