Ruthless killer for hire breaks the rules of his profession and falls for a beautiful young woman. Discovering the notorious gangland brothers had hired him to kill her father, his world breaks down and he must turn against his criminal employers and their gang to save the woman he loves.

Ruthless killer for hire (Danny Dyer) breaks the rules of his profession and falls for a beautiful young woman. Discovering the notorious gangland brothers (Martin & Gary Kemp) had hired him to kill her father, his world breaks down and he must turn against his criminal employers and their gang to save the woman he loves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Assassin torrent reviews

Martin A (de) wrote: Som 50 first dates, fast den omvnda jakten p krleken.

Damien K (au) wrote: It always strange to see movies where kids who just hit puberty start trying to seduce adults WAY too old for them, even though the concept is completely believable and pretty realistic. I'm sure that I'm not the only one who had crushes on and fantasies about adults more than twice my age when I was 13. It is even stranger watching fictional characters in which the kid seems more mature than any of the adults, but if you think about it, it's also not a great stretch of the imagination when applied to reality as well. Aaron Webber does a great job of playing the son of ultra liberals, who is extremely intelligent and yet so naive to the ways of the world. Emerson is witty, clever and idealistic, but with little comprehension of consequences. This is another one of those films that I am too familiar with the true life counter parts that they represent.

George I (de) wrote: hyped to death that i ran out and bought it and to be honest i kinda wish i didnt. as much as tyrese is a good actor(just good) the rest of the cast were not very good especially THE GAME(he was the worst thing in this film), this is a film thats very been there done that just all ghettoed up

Davis B (it) wrote: Nothing exciting. Sort of boring in fact. Of course the last 20 minutes were quiet good, as in any movie, but overall....bleh

Rohan G (nl) wrote: Not as bad as a lot of people say...

Diganta B (au) wrote: - We will steal a car.- We can't steal a car!- Why not?- We're nice people. Nice people don't steal cars.- Then we can steal a bad guy's car."The best things in life are free."Quite a refreshing one!

Don S (mx) wrote: The effects get less impressive with each sequel. The story here is on the moronic side. A couple of paragliders looking for a thrill travel too close to the remaining island of dinos. Disaster strikes and the parents of one of the lost "hires" Dr. Grant to give them an "air tour" of the island in hopes of finding the boy. Mayhem ensues. Seemed to be less dino interaction than previous efforts as well. Kinda humdrum.

Raji K (jp) wrote: Mel Gibson is Martin Riggs and Danny Glover is Roger Murtaugh in the classic action film Lethal Weapon. Riggs is an explosive and lethal cop that is shoot first, as questions later. Murtaugh is the exact opposite and does things by the book and is calm. When heroine smuggling scheme case comes up and Murtaugh's daughter is kidnapped, it becomes nothing but personal. Lethal Weapon features and helped define all of the elements that are in many cop movies. The action is solid, and Gary Busey plays the classic henchmen top villain. The movie features solid characters and chemistry and holds up well for its time.

Robin H (kr) wrote: Enjoyable to say the least.

Dave H (nl) wrote: I don't want to compare this film to The Philadelphia Story for the entirety of my review, but damn, that will be hard. In summary: no, High Society isn't as good as The Philadelphia Story. Yes, it's pretty good in its own right.Extrapolating...If I watched High Society without ANY knowledge of TPS, I might have enjoyed it a little more than I did. But it was hard to watch it in a bubble. What was comparable to TPS? Better, even? The staging probably - I loved the lavish society home sets. What wasn't? Everything else. The cast, for starters. Grant vs Crosby. Well, they are both the apex of their epochs in urbanity, and cool. But Grant perfectly balanced this urbanity with vulnerability and fire in TPS, something Crosby would (could?) never do. Crosby has always been far too narcoleptic for my taste, too cool for ANY school. And here, in HS, he once again looks like he could take it or leave it. The film, and the leading lady.I didn't buy that romance, and not because of the quarter century age gap. Crosby just didn't seem to care that much about Ms Kelly. Few sparks, minimal chemistry, no fire. Nothing like Grant and Hepburn in TPS.Speaking of which...Well, look. No one is disputing Grace Kelly is a stunner. The epitome of class. Ice cool. But SO hot. But she's no Katie Hepburn. No one is, granted. Ms Kelly tries hard. Her drunken scenes are excellent. I was actually surprised by how good she WAS. She's by no means bad. But she doesn't essay a Tracey Lord HALF as vulnerable and desperate and REAL as Ms Hepburn - who really was the lynchpin and the heart of TPS - her scenes with everyone resonated more comedically and dramatically than any scene in HS.Except for a couple of times. Frank Sinatra surprised me here. Later in his career, Frankie seemed to take too many pages outta Crosby's too-cool-for-school playbook - but here, I thought he was great. Lacking the dramatic chops of (even a young) James Stewart - and the romantic angle with Mike and Tracey here is utterly unconvincing. But Sinatra is great in his earlier scenes playing the cynical journo line - especially when he's reacting with Celeste Holm to the inane, insane high society around them. In fact, their duet to Cole Porter's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" is the absolute (non-Louis Armstrong) highlight of the film - toe-tapping, and funny.Otherwise the songs (apart from Louis, of course, and the Bing/Frank duet "Did You Ever?" while they are getting sloshed) are quite disposable - mostly Bing crooning or Grace trying her sounds like I'm being hard on this film. I didn't mean to be. It's light and frothy and disposable and fun, and occasionally funny. I loved the eye-raising that goes on about the alcoholic idleness of the filthy rich. I loved the excessive drinking. I hated (much like in TPS) the cringe-worthy justifications tossed about for Tracey's father's cheating. Grrr.So, it's a fun, mostly forgettable Hollywood product. But one element in unforgettable. Louis Armstrong. His voice, his smile. His awesomeness. He's only onscreen for maybe ten minutes all up, but he makes the film for me."Can you dig old Satchmo swingin' in the beautiful High So-ci-yu-tee!"I certainly can, Louis. I can dig, very much.

Christopher H (nl) wrote: Anyway you look at it, Hulk Hogan flat out, straight up murders a guy in it...

David Y (mx) wrote: Love films based on a true story

Jennifer F (ca) wrote: I really don't understand the negative reviews for this movie. I actually didn't see it in theater based on the reviews. I finally rented it when I had rented almost everything else in the local Redbox. This was a wonderful movie, some of the special effects are a bit much, but, yet they are in keeping with the style of the much loved earlier movie; in context they are wonderful. I've learned a valuable lesson, not to listen to critics on live action Disney movies! I have now also missed seeing the Lone Ranger movie that was similarly blasted in reviews and I have a feeling that was good as well.

Tom H (ru) wrote: Psycho mormons slaughter a caravan convoy of innocent people. a dark day in U.S history. it is amazing that only one of the men responsible were executed for his crimes. he had to dig his own grave on the massacre site 20 years later. now that is a fitting punishment for a senseless mass murder. Jon Voight and Terence Stamp are great as the leaders for the mormons. overall a susprisingly good film.

Panta O (ca) wrote: This almost perfect silent film about a young woman who rescues a baby from kidnappers directed by William Beaudine and Tom McNamara which name was uncredited, was originally titled Scraps. The story was written by Winifred Dunn, adaptation was done by C. Gardner Sullivan and titles by George Marion Jr. (yes, they needed them, it was a silent movie). It starred and was produced by Mary Pickford. All I can say is - amazing woman! The story of Mr. Grimes and his wife who operate a dismal "baby farm" near an alligator-infested swamp has Molly, an adolescent inmate and the oldest of their charges. She attempts to provide the other tattered, starving kids with the loving maternal care they need. Most of the children are orphans. The children are ordered to hide anytime someone comes to the farm. Molly has promised the others that God will rescue them. When a boy asks why nothing has happened after a month, she tells him that He is busy attending to sparrows (a biblical reference)... that's enough for now... enjoy watching the movie for the rest! Mary Pickford's performance was flawless as ever in this suspense melodrama with lots of adventure elements in it. In 1925 Motion Picture Magazine wrote the following, "It was Douglas Fairbanks who told us that Mary Pickford's production of "Sparrows" was Dickensonian. And after seeing it we have nothing less and nothing more to say of it. Perhaps you know that it is the story of a baby farm . . . with Gustav von Seyffertitz as Grimes, the cruel manager . . . and Mary, as Mollie, who watches over the little boys and girls. Melodrama is interwoven in the story and there is nothing new or startling about the plot. But you won't realize this until the last lovely close-up of Mary has faded from the screen. Which means, of course, that the story interests you so much that your critical faculty is dulled. We are glad that Mary is not going to continue to play grown-ups parts. So many on the screen can be the grand lady. And no one else that we have ever heard about or seen captures the elusive and misty quality of childhood as Mary does. You'll weep a little. You'll laugh a great deal. And you'll hold your breath once or twice." Perfect description of what I just watched. Cinematography of Hal Mohr, Charles Rosher and Karl Struss will always be remembered - real masters of photography! I will recommend that you find the newly restored copy of this movie, sit down and let be amazed at Mary Pickford's skill and one of the strongest performances you'll ever see!

Jairo A (jp) wrote: I like how The Battery started, it seemed like the right pacing and the characters clicked nicely. I would say that, though it's not your typical zombie movie, it was still decent and good enough to enjoy. The first 2/3 of the movie is pretty cool but the last 1/3 was slow and the car scene was boring. It should have been better...