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Tonight You're Mine (2012)

Tonight You're Mine

Overview


Genre

Drama, Comedy

Release Date

May 11, 2012 (NY)

MPAA Rating

R

Duration

80 min.

Studio

Roadside Attractions

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.    Readers  5 of 5 [Rate It]

Cast and Crew


Director

David Mackenzie

Producer

Gillian Berrie

Screenwriter

Thomas Leveritt

Starring

  • Luke Treadaway
  • Natalia Tena
  • Mathew Baynton
  • Ruta Gedmintas
  • Sophie Wu as Kim
  • Gavin Mitchell
  • Alastair Mackenzie
  • Kari Corbett
  • Al Green

Story


"Tonight You're Mine" is a free-wheeling rock 'n' roll love story set against the raucous magnificence and unforgettable sounds at a leading music festival - The 2010 T in the Park festival in Kinross-shire, Scotland. Adam (Treadaway) and Morello (Tena) have a big problem. It's not that Adam is the heartthrob lead singer in a famous electropop band or that his girlfriend is a spoiled supermodel. His problem is Morello's problem. Morello's problem isn't that she's lead singer in a struggling post-punk riot girl band or that she's dating a banker. No, her problem is that she has to perform the biggest gig of her life at a music festival while handcuffed to the kind of person she totally despises - Adam. So begins an out-there odd-ball romantic comedy filled with lust, mud, betrayal, booze, portaloos and a hundred thousand people partying to the greatest music in the world. None of whom seems to have the key - not to the meaning of life - but to the handcuffs.

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..a real taste of this otherwise modest movie's best creative impulses..”
by Robert Abele [Los Angeles Times]
“..it's largely down to a dull, self-satisfied script, which ditches characterisation in favour of a wealth of unnecessary..”
by Tom Huddleston [Time Out]
“..at its best, this modern movie has the feel of a half-century-old rave-up..”
by Richard Corliss [TIME Magazine]