A Matter of Principles

A Matter of Principles

A man with seemingly unwavering ethics is challenged by his new boss, who believes everyone has a price and it willing to prove it. In this Capra-esque tale no one leaves unscathed when principles and pragmatism collide.

A man with seemingly unwavering ethics is challenged by his new boss, who believes everyone has a price and it willing to prove it. In this Capra-esque tale no one leaves unscathed when principles and pragmatism collide. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Matter of Principles torrent reviews

Matt V (fr) wrote: Absolutely wonderful

Katha H (nl) wrote: ahh.. kranker film :D

Cecily B (ag) wrote: Love all the Halloween Town movies they are just a guilty pleasure

Emod L (mx) wrote: 70%Disturbing and unsettling, One Hour Photo benefits from Robin Williams's diversity as an actor, as well as as a tight script and freaky imagery.

Kimberley L (nl) wrote: I don't know how this only got 44% I love this movie! seen it so many times! Currently watching it now :) great actors, very touching story and really makes you think about what I'd be like if I was in either woman's situation. Always cry in this movie it is a major tear jerker and sometimes it's just good to have a cry.

Anthony S (mx) wrote: I have always thought Christian Slater was an underrated actor, but this film doesn't do him justice at all. The story is weak and the characters aren't interesting.

Cassandra M (us) wrote: Winona Ryder has a big collection of forgotten but first-rate movies, and this is no exception. The acting was really good, and the music on the soundtrack made it memorable. Well worth a look, and a second, and a third...

Sean C (kr) wrote: A pleasant surprise. Thought we were tuning into M Night's "Split". After we realized we weren't we were invested enough to keep watching. Fun characters, you have friends just like them. Very "Kevin Smith" in terms of tone. Definite a fun watch.

Matthew B (gb) wrote: Seeing Sean Connery as James Bond again is like seeing a best friend that you haven't seen in years and you're glad to see him again, but when you hang around with him again for a day and after that day is over you think to yourself, "That was okay, but it's not the same as the good all days". The story to Never Say Never Again is that James Bond himself emerges from cozy retirement to cross swords with Largo, a megalomaniacal business exec who steals several nuclear missiles, intending to bring the World Powers to their knees.Never Say Never Again is a Bond film that has this depressing and dull to it and this is me being honest, and the movie itself is nothing really special. This isn't a bad bad movie, no it's just the same formula as the other Bond flick.Sean Connery is back in the role as Bond and it's like he never left, because he was top notch as Bond once again. He's still got that charming and cool look to him that made him a great Bond from the start.The Villains are forgettable and not that interesting to watch, the effect's look okay and the movie is shot really well. But the movie has lacks on character's and the story itself isn't all that interesting, and this is comeback role for the great Connery and they didn't really do anything amazing or anything spectacular with this idea.Overall this isn't the worst Bond film I've seen so far. The movie has it's a lot of good things in it, but it does have it's bad things as well.

explodingboy1989 (es) wrote: A typical film in the "heroic bloodshed" and gunplay genre in Hong Kong, 'Rich and Famous' is one of the myriad of films with Chow Yun Fat as a triad figure of some sort in his post-'A Better Tomorrow' career boost. It is also one of many movies in which he co-stars with the great Andy Lau (God of Gamblers, Infernal Affairs). Alan Tam (pop star and Armor of God alumnus) plays Lau's sneezy, annoying cousin; heck, even crazy Danny "I believe I'm a cop in real life" Lee drops in for a performance as- you guessed it- a frazzled police officer for a couple of scenes. Despite the DVD cover, this movie is actually about two brothers who are swept into the world of the Triads in 1960s Hong Kong, and then betrayal and a kind of Cain-Abel rivalry develops. I thought this was an okay movie: I've seen worse HK fare, and I've seen far better; Rich and Famous is kind of like watching a Valerie Bertanelli Lifetime movie- you know how things are going to work out and the basic plot. Such is this movie to the Triad-Heroic Bloodshed genre. This is definitely not John Woo action, it's very character-driven and aspires to tell an epic story that spans a decade in less than 1 &1/2 hours. An aspiration at which it unfortunately fails. There was a little to chuckle at in here: the saving the puppy in slow-mo in the rain scene by Chow and his girlfriend was a nice touch; Tam and Lau on the scooter was priceless too. Things start to really unravel film-wise towards the end, there's all sorts of crap: betrayal, weddings, Tam hitting people with metal, and scooter shoot-outs. Being a HK flick, I forgave this silliness, as these movies are often notoriously uneven, both genre-wise and in tone. It's a product of its time- 1980s HK, when everybody wanted to be a cool triad shooting guns in slow mo-, and pedestrian stuff, but Chow always looks sweet holding a gun, does he not?

Hashim H (mx) wrote: With its all-pervading sense of doom, this is a serious contender for the finest celluloid Shakespeare of them all.

Iowa B (ag) wrote: "Let us prey" recycles some very familiar material along the way and, in terms of style, it's rather... generic, but it has he great advantage of being very effective in what it is set out to do. Also, while the story itself is not necessarily new - as I mentioned early - there is something in the way it is told, that makes it very authentic. While there are some sloppy scenes(scenes I won't mention because I want this to be spoiler free) and some unnecessary lynchianisms, overall, "Let us Prey" is a superior horror flick and one of the best of the past few years, therefore, it is criminally underrated.

Jesse D (es) wrote: I've watched this more times than is good for me.