Bad for Each Other

Bad for Each Other

A doctor returned from the Korean War must choose between setting up a glamorous practice and helping the poor.

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Bad for Each Other torrent reviews

Andy S (jp) wrote: Another great example of why I am loving foreign film these days to a great extent almost more than the typical Hollywood fare. This continuation of the Death Note story is simply fantastic on all levels. I battle of wits between Light and L is the highlight and reminds me of Sherlock Holmes vs. Moriarty. By all means watch this film franchise and enjoy it before Hollywood gets it's grubby hands on it and wipes it of all it's glory. Great, Great stuff.

Amanda W (ca) wrote: what a wierd film but i did like the sound track!!

Adam L (ag) wrote: How very odd a movie. I can see what they were trying to do, but they really missed the mark. But it is educational. I found out that hot, buttery popcorn is good for my colon.

Omar M (kr) wrote: It's really been a while since I got that emotionally attached during a film..

Joseph B (jp) wrote: Excellent movie based on a true story.

Dude (ag) wrote: Funny from start to end we see Kevin Smith at his finest with this cult classic which will go down in history as one of the funniest films of all time.

The Critic (nl) wrote: 1970s Hollywood productions are defined by their large-scale disaster pics and 'Earthquake', sandwiched in-between Irwin Allen blockbusters 'The Poseidon Adventure' (December 1972) and 'The Towering Inferno' (December 1974), was one of the significant releases. It follows Allen's formula insofar as casting established and potential stars playing easily identifiable characters and the reliance on competent special effects and stunt teams (141 members; a record at the time). The film also utilised new audio technology, "Sensurround", so that audiences would feel as though they were literally in the middle of the action when the titular event and obligatory aftershocks occurred. Such a gimmick became redundant when the film is presented away from the big screen and this is where the weight of the film rests on Mario Puzo and George Fox's script. The characters here are a mixed bag; some are quite engaging (Genevive Bujold as a single mother and actress) and others are too oddball to be completely accessible (Marjoe Gortner as a military personnel who makes ends meet as a store clerk). The central figures are a feuding couple played by a generally good Charlton Heston and Ava Gardner. The script was trimmed down so that their backstory is never fully explored and thereby the characters, particularly Gardner's emotionally unstable spoilt brat, fail to truly capture one's sympathy when their lives are threatened. And of the titular natural disaster itself... The earthquake lasts for just under eight minutes and is a wonderfully shot and edited sequence. Genuinely thrilling with almost-always believable moments of carnage (sans the elevator shot), the film still holds up relatively well today, but will perhaps be most embraced by fans of the genre. Features Walter Matthau (beautifully credited as "Walter Matuschanskayasky") as a barfly and a spunky Victoria Principal sporting one of cinema's greatest afros.

Javier D (de) wrote: Das de Gloria (Days of Glory, 1944) dir. por Jacques Tourneur. Pelicula con la que debuta en el cine Grerory Peck. . La trama es sobre unos milicianos rusos que se esconden en un monasterio en ruinas para evitar el avance nazi. En realidad el filme es una pelcula romantica de corte belico muy emotiva. No dire que es la obra maestra de Tourneur, pero tampoco puede minimizarse esta pelicula que debieran volver a analizar aquellos que la han menospreciado por poseer un mensaje patriotico.

Alex L (us) wrote: One of my favorites I like the movie ??????????????