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Bad to the Bone torrent reviews
Chris E (it) wrote: heart breaking. Andrew has such potential - I really liked his spirit.
Shray C (ag) wrote: Although this film boasts a gripping dystopian premise, the end result is nothing quite as extraordinary.
Michael S (it) wrote: A rare Canadian gem in which the characters overcome the lchilly barren andscapes of the Northwest Territories to create a warm love story amidst the whims of gun loving bad guys. Paul Gross delivers a gem of a performance as a man trapped by his reputation as a gun fighter and his fondness for a local woman who needs a man around to help her small homestead. The pair gradually warm up to each other in odd, tender moment to create a screen chemistry often lacking in chilly Canadian movies.
TheAnimal M (mx) wrote: It's an extremely rare occurence when I can't make sense of a film. However I'm quite sure this film makes none. Nonetheless it is easily the best film I have ever seen that doesn't make sense. Mainly because I could watch Ms.Sobieski's cleavage forever. Whoever made sure that bent over bush shot from behind made this film is my personal hero.
Chris R (ag) wrote: 'Dead Silence' is a great example that director James Wan has an eye for horror. His films always have a strange, dark beauty to them visually and in their settings and this one I found very satisfying. The film loses steam at the end, but the ride was worth the trip.
Tiburon B (es) wrote: oscar winner and mendes best work in my opinion
Terri H (es) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.
Tim H (ag) wrote: I'm gonna log this one under "surprise." Here's the deal: It's not that bad. I can't explain why it's not that bad but it really isn't. Here's the real kicker. I have some major moral qualms with aspects of this movie. Okay, the big chunk of the movie. I f*cking loved it. The main love story between Newman and his love is heartwrenching. Because I come off as broken, I totally adore the fact that the woman in his life is painted in a terrible, terrible light. Oh my goodness, getting married on a whim is a terrible idea. Your parents approve of the wedding and you are even more pissed than before? I understand that the character is totally fictional, but women are crazy. I can see where the character would turn slightly disturbed from all the stuff that has happened to him in the past. I mean, women. Am I right, fellas? But the major problem I have is with the end. I know that the movie was trying to avoid a Hallmark cliche' moment by having Newman do the right thing at his own expense, but really? Having him solve the case instead of taking the hard way out? That seems like such a copout. So why aren't I angry with this movie? Perhaps it is in Newman's performance itself. Newman, as proven recently with my reviews, is extremely versatile. He comes off as charismatic in all his roles, but doesn't treat the roles the same. I was rooting for him, but in a totally different sense than when I saw him in Cool Hand Luke or Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Even though his character was throwing morals to the wind, I was still standing behind him, watching to see who he would backstab next. There's some confusing moments, such as his relationship with his boss's wife that never really play out as much as they could, but at the end of the day, I enjoyed the ride. I have to really commend some of the smaller part. His one-armed friend (I think played by Robert Vaughn) was perfectly cast. I had never seen Vaughn at such a young age and it is interesting to see him a a youthful, energetic character v. the crotchedy old antagonist. I guess that's a cheap thrill on my part. Overall, I think this movie is going to be terribly forgettable, but I really had fun with it. I feel like the four stars isn't objective, but who cares?
Harim K (gb) wrote: not that violent but interesting in that it threads together the lives of several key individuals as they are involved directly or indirectly in a bank heist
ChaosX2Limited (de) wrote: this film makes daredevil look like iron man...nuff said