44 Inch Chest

44 Inch Chest

Provocative, outrageously profane and surprisingly tender amidst an explosion of unbridled testosterone, 44 INCH CHEST explores the masculine ego at breaking point, testing whether fear is stronger than love. Colin (Ray Winstone) is in agony, shattered by his wife’s (Joanne Whalley) infidelity, so his friends kidnap the wife's lover so he can have his revenge.

A jealous husband and his friends plot the kidnapping of his wife's lover with the intention of restoring his wounded ego. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


44 Inch Chest torrent reviews

Official C (ca) wrote: If you just wanna see stuff getting blown up and gunfire action, you've found a perfect movie. If you wanna see a movie with real character development combined with intense action, you might want to look somewhere else.

Tamara T (ag) wrote: Diane Keaton, Kevin Kline, Richard Jenkins, Diane Wiest? What were they all thinking. If you'd like to see how to wreck a dog movie with really fine actors, then watch this mess. Psychic gypsy woman? Are they kidding. The whole thing annoyed the heck out of me. This movie was dog excrement on all levels.

George N (mx) wrote: Not really sure what it was about. Some of the visuals, especially the projection of video logs on various surfaces was really cool.

Jim L (ca) wrote: This movie is funny at times, but is probably about 45-minutes too long. It should have been a short film, or it could have been a sit-com episode. There are some laughs and the story is fun and interesting, but why try and make this into a 75-minute film.

Kelsey G (ru) wrote: this movie is yes, high on the pornographic side, but without it, you would not understand the lead. sex is her haven where she finds the love she craves. she says so herself. This movie is very deep in its simplicity. I am a huge fan.

Samira M (br) wrote: I love the movie :D the story was vry intimidating. a different approach to a horror movie ........ Keanu and rest actors have done a great work.. a fun movie to watch <3 LOVE KEANU <3

Tommy H (mx) wrote: It's your standard war film. Nothing special. Little bit of a spoiler here, but the only scene that really stood out to me, I can't even remember it too well, but it's where Gibson gets emotional and says he should have died with the soliders he was leading in battle. Through the movie I kept getting annoyed at everyone hiding and getting shot every time they moved, but Gibson is walking around all casual and not getting shot at all. I was thinking the movie is trying to suggest something stupid like Gibson is such a good solider he knows how to avoid bullets or some nonsense, but in that scene I realized that he did have a death wish and its his acceptance of death that made him so brave and calm compared to everyone else. He wasn't dodging bullets, he was trying to get hit.

Steve W (kr) wrote: Some excellent camera work and framing, phenomenal acting from the female lead, and a comedic touch that adds up to one unique film experience. Not for everyone. See it with an open mind.

Zachary Y (de) wrote: Made Pinhead too relatable and too "human". the insane asylum sequels used for this, Exorcist and others is boring, and the "Hell" scenes were stupid.

Daniel K (nl) wrote: This film was co-written by Max Shulman, a writer whom Woody Allen had identified during a 1971 interview with Dick Cavett as one who he thought was the one of the funniest he had read, so I decided to check this film out after looking Shulman up online. He is probably best known as the creator of Dobie Gillis, an above-average (for the time) sitcom from the late 1950s starring Bob "Gilligan" Denver as Maynard G. Krebs. This film, House Calls, stars Walter Matthau and Glenda Jackson, and, as I was telling my friend Rob after having watched it, it's one of a dying breed of films that just aren't made anymore: the good film. By that I don't mean that there are only bad films made today. What I mean is, today the only films I see are either great or they're awful. There is no longer that middle ground occupied by good, solid second-tier films that are smart, sophisticated, and entertaining, but which really don't strive to push the artform forward. They're simply solidly-crafted and are content with that. In television an example of this phenomenon would be "Frasier," a terrific show, but one that isn't in any way inventive. It simply takes an existing formula (the sitcom) and does it exceedingly well. In House Calls, the formula it takes is the romantic comedy. But unlike most romantic comedies today, it isn't contrived. Instead, it's rather naturalistic and even-paced. And also unlike most romantic comedies today, only one character in the entire cast appears to be under the age of 45. This is a good, well-written and well-acted comedy for adults. It won't change your life, but it should entertain you.

John W (nl) wrote: Fun little comedy from the simpler days of the early 60s. I like the roles played by Louie Nye, Edward G Robinson, and Mike Connors and of course Jack Lemmon.

Chuck (ru) wrote: Well crafted movie, considering the difficult topics the story handles. A charming movie as well. Brahm's Academic Overture fits in nicely. Cary Grant is superb.

James W (au) wrote: Kate Beckinsale gives one of the strongest performances of her career as Rachel Armstrong, a focused, extremely motivated yet vulnerable Washington DC Journalist who exposes a CIA Operative based upon a reliable source who Armstrong won't give up. Beckinsale's performance is just sharp from top to bottom, she's convincing and the emotion in her face, especially during the prison scenes are enough to make you feel her pain, but also enough to make you decide should she tell her source, or keep it secret? The supporting cast are outstanding, Vera Farmiga shines in her volatile role, and Matt Dillon is a driven Prosecutor, all these compelling performances help flesh out these real characters in this based on actual events drama and bring them to life. With a couple of jaw dropping shocks and twists along the way and a cruel journey for Armstrong throughout this is a thoroughly engaging and brilliantly acted political drama.

Samantha K (es) wrote: An idea in search of a story.

Allen G (de) wrote: This is a real human drama that, whist heavy-handed at times, never falls into the realm of being unconvincing or, more importantly, anything other than engaging.I think 'Doubt' is a tremendous drama that uses the three powerhouse names behind it (Streep, Hoffman, & Adams) brilliantly, as each character is a mystery in itself and yet the film still fits in an intriguing dynamic around how the characters interact with each other.It's clearly a theater adaptation and it can feel held back by this at times- when you are ready for things to heat up, you're likely just going to be served with some clunky, heavy dialogue. Still, the premise has such weight to it and it's handled by such a strong cast that I think all of this can easily be overlooked.This is absolutely 'my kind' of film! However, that may be more of an insult than a compliment. Let's just say... I have my doubts...

Kevin R (us) wrote: You're heading to a two-way firing range.In the 60s and early 70s American troops in their final training before being deployed to Vietnam would be sent to Fort Polk, Louisiana, nicknamed Tiger Land. The training and preparation was legendary for its intensity and rule bending. A troubled lawyer in a military unit challenges their ways and put his and his troop's wellbeing at risk as part of the process."Apologize to the man. Say I'm sorry I didn't kill you."Joel Schumacher, director of Flatliners, A Time to Kill, Falling Down, Phone Booth, Batman Forever, the Client, The Number 23, Trespass, and Man in the Mirror, delivers Tiger Land. The storyline for this picture is interesting and entertaining but not as epic as other films in the genre. The cast delivers okay performances and includes Colin Farrell, Matthew Davis, Clifton Collins, Shea Whigham, and Tom Guiry."So you really can kill something when you want to.""When I want to."I randomly came across this on HBOGO and decided to give it a shot. This was pretty good and I enjoyed the characters for the most part. I didn't love this picture but felt it was worth watching the story unfold. I wouldn't go too out of my way to see this but this isn't a waste of time either."Light him up."Grade: C+