Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1

Batman has not been seen for ten years. A new breed of criminal ravages Gotham City, forcing 55-year-old Bruce Wayne back into the cape and cowl. But, does he still have what it takes to fight crime in a new era?

Batman has not been seen for ten years. A new breed of criminal ravages Gotham City, forcing 55-year-old Bruce Wayne back into the cape and cowl. But, does he still have what it takes to fight crime in a new era? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 torrent reviews

Jamie C (ag) wrote: Had a couple funny parts.. i wasn't overly impressed with the movie though...

Claudia G (nl) wrote: wow... just very bad movie

David G (es) wrote: Stereotypical and droll. The acting is stale and on par with Birdemic.

Sean D (ru) wrote: Best Resident Evil movie yet!

Siri B (us) wrote: Of course there are plot holes. But it's still hilarious and we loved the assblasters, well worth seeing!

Bryon M (fr) wrote: I don't know why I ended up watching this movie. But, it had as nice story with decent acting. This a good example that talent is still entertaining, even without a large budget.

Melanie F (ag) wrote: Bizarre, Oscar was a wuss.

Nate T (kr) wrote: Classic! Critics Ratings show the stark contrast in how some view black comedies compared to most Americans. Most critics are out of touch. A Great fun comedy.

Thomas L (jp) wrote: Another reason why I despise Dustin Hoffman and the schmaltzy movies he starred in; "The Graduate", "Tootsie", "Kramer vs. Kramer" just rock bottom in terms of quality cinema in comparison to most of the films from the UK. Just a craven pursuit of money, the ends apparently justify the means with regard to Mr. Hoffman. He doesn't "act" in a meaningful way but plays himself to the amusement of unthinking people and minds filled with trivial pursuits and cheap thrills. Garbage, tripe, hollow and meaningless programming without any redemptive qualities. The next time I am looking for better films I will look elsewhere--"The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" is even preferable!!!

Cal (fr) wrote: "If anyone's going to bring in Albert Johnson, it's going to be me - not some bounty hunter or some flyboy buckin' for promotion."Loosely based on a true story of a manhunt that took place in Depression-era Canada, Death Hunt denotes the ambitious re-teaming of two of cinema's most manly actors - Charles Bronson and Lee Marvin (they previously appeared together in The Dirty Dozen). Fans of these respective actors as well as action enthusiasts in general will discover plenty to like about this nail-biting action-adventure, which is essentially a Western transplanted into an icy Canadian backdrop with the undertones of a morality play.The story takes place in the remote snowy wilderness of Yukon Territory (Canada) in 1931. A grizzled loner named Albert Johnson (Bronson) is attacked by a group of hillbillies, and in self-defence Johnson manages to kill one of them. Infuriated, these hillbillies accuse Johnson of murder. Sergeant Edgar Millen (Marvin) of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police suspects that Johnson's actions were out of self-defence, but is compelled to pursue the accused murderer regardless. While Sergeant Millen has his experience and the resources of the RCMP on his side, Johnson has the skills, endurance and experience of mountain living to elude his pursuers. To make things more complicated, the local hillbillies place a sizeable bounty on Johnson's head.Johnson and Millen are worthy adversaries who clearly possess no animosity towards one another - Millen is carrying out his duties in accordance with his job, and Johnson just wants to stay alive and be left alone. In real-life, it wasn't clear whether Johnson was actually guilty. In this motion picture adaptation, however, he was unmistakably the victim of false charges. Perhaps it'd make for more riveting viewing if the film's standpoint on Johnson was ambiguous instead.Usually in '80s action films of this ilk, set-ups are shortened in order to dive into the nitty gritty as quickly as possible. Death Hunt is different - the premise is established at a relaxed pace, which allows for a decent amount of character development before things kick into high gear.Rest assured that once the premise is instituted, the chase that ensues is thrilling and the body count is substantial. As the film progresses, Johnson constantly manages to outmanoeuvre Millen's men as they attempt to catch him, albeit just barely in some instances. He also makes mincemeat out of the hicks who are hunting him (who are interested in collecting the bounty on the man's head). Ironically, Johnson's pursuers perceive their hunt for him as the titular "death hunt", but at the end of the day it is their own deaths that make it a death hunt.As a retelling of the story of the real Albert Johnson, Death Hunt fails since the screenwriters took a number of liberties with the facts in order to create a more romanticised tale. But as a gritty '80s action-adventure, Death Hunt works - it's an excellent slice of manly entertainment. The photography of the forbidding icy landscape is breathtaking and atmospheric. And with Peter Hunt at the helm (a veteran of the early James Bond movies as both an editor and a director), there are a bunch of well-handled action sequences to behold, although the film does suffer from being choppy and disjointed from time to time.On some levels Death Hunt does falter. It feels a tad underdone, and needed more depth since a lot of the characters are hollow stereotypes. A bunch of typical '80s conventions are occasionally used as well. For instance during a few of the shootouts Johnson stands still and is out in the open, but his opponents never manage to hit him (whereas Johnson manages to fire a number of well-aimed shots). Taking these credibility issues further, Millen's men use a cluster of dynamite to blow up Johnson's cabin. An enormous explosion is the result, but Johnson (who is inside his cabin at the time) emerges totally unscathed.At its core, Death Hunt is an acting duel between Charles Bronson and Lee Marvin (although they only engage in one dialogue scene together). Both of these actors were clearly aging by the early '80s, but they bring incredible conviction to their respective roles. Bronson employs his distinctive quiet fortitude while Marvin offers a rugged disposition. This is a fine vehicle for these two badass leads. Angie Dickinson briefly appears as the love interest for Marvin's Sergeant Millen. The brief scenes between these two performers begin to effectively flesh out the character of Millen, showing a sad adherence to duty that he's unable to drop. Death Hunt marked the final cinematic pairing of Dickinson and Marvin (the two other films being The Killers and Point Blank).With a manly cast (boasting such names as Bronson, Marvin, Carl Weathers and Ed Lauter), an engaging narrative and picturesque locations, Death Hunt is an essential '80s actioner. A few faults aside, this tense flick is solid entertainment from start to finish."We've been hunting a man who knows how to live off the land and use it to reign."

Neil T (de) wrote: Well worth the trip to the cinema for this movie. Chow Yun-Fat again didn't disappoint. Bravo!

Brad G (au) wrote: A wonderful forgotten Western starring TV's Cheyenne, Clint Walker, as the reformed but still gargantuan Killer Cain. Walker delivers the performance of his career, expertly displaying both shame and pride for where the world has dumped him. Vincent Price, the showman, is excellent as well as the carny barker who recognizes the potential growth of profit layered in gunslinger mythology and Killer Cain's hulking mass. A bizarre jumping narrative, odd musical queues, and surprising bursts of violence might have kept this from being a classic but don't let it go unnoticed--there is a great movie here with strong performances. Not VF.

Mark B (ag) wrote: possibly the best elvis film. directed by Michael Curtiz (casablanca) and co-starring Walter Matthau(as a seedy mob boss) and vic morrow(as a henchmen) and starring an eager to prove he can be a serious actor elvis .. make this an underrated gem of the late 50'sthe king's favourite of all of his films

Kris C (kr) wrote: Not as good as the first Dietrich-Sternberg outing 'The Blue Angel', but brilliant nonetheless. A study of gender as role play, with marvellous mise-en-scene.

Paul D (fr) wrote: This was pretty good, only it was was too long for the story they were telling. It had a fair amount of dry parts, but it was nice to see JCVD in a movie again. It doesn't match up to the films of his prime years, but it is better than most of his recent stuff!

Kyle M (us) wrote: There is something about that Mary character, and it's not her that makes this Farrelly Brothers comedy probably the weirdest and funny at a level that's below their average. (B-)

Jack S (ca) wrote: Sooooo many quotable quotes

Alan H (au) wrote: Poor film, boring, long winded, bad acting, not the best of storylines and lacks action.