Federal agent Alexandra Barnes believes that Catherine Petersen is a serial killer who marries rich men and then murders them for their money. But since Catherine is seemingly a master of disguise and has multiple identities, Alexandra can't prove anything with conventional detective work. With no other option, she goes undercover, pursuing the same man as Catherine, and hoping that Catherine will slip up and reveal her true identity.
Catherine is a black widow. "She mates and then she kills". Black Widow is the story of a lady (Catherine) who marries lonely millionaires, waits until they've changed their will to leave all to their beloved wives and then murders them to inherit the fortune. With each man Catherine marries, she changes her appearance to suit the mans personality. Only there's one problem. Alexandra is a smart cookie and has found a link between these unexplained mysterious deaths and the partners wives. But now her only problem is proving that a killer is on the loose and saving herself from the deadly Black Widow. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Black Widow torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: A good small budget film with a believable cast. Remarkable that the setting is real, too. The outdoors shots and establishment shots really are in Benavides...same for Alice and the other locations in the script. So many movies with Texas settings are shot an hour north of Hollywood or in Monument Valley, Utah, or somewhere else outside of Texas. While I didn't really expect much out of this film, it certainly exceeded my expectations. There was nothing trite or easily predictable about the script. I'm from the Benavides/Alice area and I swear I know these people. In the end it was an uplifting story with a good lesson in morality.
(mx) wrote: So-so film. Nothing really spectacular, a bit predictable. Watched it just for Elizabeth Olsen.
(kr) wrote: best comedy of my life...
(ca) wrote: une nouvelle reussite de Walter Salles qui retrouve sa veine de Central Do Brasil.
(jp) wrote: Excessivement marrant !!
(mx) wrote: This starts off as a nice movie, set on a wild and romantic coastline and to start with there is great romantic chemistry between the leads. With a promising start and a boring middle the viewer is left waiting for something to happen, and when it finally does happen it's a disappointment. The legendary Paul Newman steals the show with a superb supporting role that makes Costner look dull.
(de) wrote: still love this movie, even though it had been ages since I saw it
(ca) wrote: Moderately enjoyable. Christina Ricci is adorable. Bit sad this isn't actually about mermaids.
(es) wrote: Gerard Depardieu, and Isabelle Adjani are unstoppable, in this love story gone wrong. Based on the true story of Camille who was the lover of Rodin the sculptor.
(ag) wrote: Since the release of 'Blackstar' in 8 January 2016 and the event that transpired 2 days later, I been wanting to revisit Jim Hensons last directorial effort, the film that made me know David Bowie was (both this film and Queens Under Pressure made me look up his work) and one of the most memorable films of my childhood, the film that flop in its time but now has achieved a massive cult following: "Labyrinth". Sarah is a 16 year old teenager that is tasked by his father and stepmother to babysit her baby brother, but Sarah being more interested in her fantasy books, she considers the task as a burden so she decides to offer her young sibling to the Goblin King. Much to her surprise, her wish is granted, thus she meets Jareth the Goblin King who refuses to return the baby at first but won over by Sarahs pleading, he decides to give Sarah a chance: She has 13 hours to retrieve the baby from his castle, which is located at the end of a magical labyrinth.Revisiting a childhood favorite is a little scary as it is highly probable that said film isn't as good as you remember (a good example for me is "Monsters Inc.") so I was terrify by the idea of my adult self not standing this film, but fortunately that idea was wrong. "Labyrinth" has many pros and some cons. Regarding the cons, the film overstays its welcome as by the time the last act begins it film has run out of ideas, the story is extremely simplistic (to the point of being a more kidify version of "Wizard of Oz") and overall meaningless, most of the musical numbers are forgettable, the humor is at times extremely juvenile, Connellys acting is groan inducing at times (granted, she interacts convincingly with the puppets but still her delivery is painful at time) and a bizarre sexual subtext, which is not subtle at all, that's questionable for a kids film (not talking about the theme of maturation). But now let's address the pros of Hensons last directorial job. The puppet work is not only masterful but mesmerizing as throughout the first two acts it continues to bring new ideas that are interesting to witness, the visual style is a weird mixture of the already mentioned "Wizard of Oz" with little touches of the Surreal movement; David Bowies acting steals the film as it is as charismatic as you would expect from a Chameleon entertainer as he was, the Monty Python feel is present (even if Terry Jones script wasn't used, you can still see his fingerprints), the characters may be archetypes but they are memorable (mostly due to their look), the soundtrack is really peculiar (some songs work, others come and go), the theme is more than obvious but still is a good lesson to teach children and it is executed solidly, most of the special effects (with obvious exceptions) still look convincing, and overall it is extremely entertaining for children and adults. "Labyrinth" is a film that's filled with charm and imagination. While it may be seen as childish and dated, it still is a gorgeous looking film with some dark subtext for a film aimed at kids. A flawed but charming film that I dare say is a must see for kids.
(ag) wrote: I almost certainly had the wrong expectations, but what would it take to get the right ones? Round about 12 years old one night receiving some cable with my brother, I found I could no longer deny being in the presence of the worst movie I had ever encountered. It's hard to say what that means exactly, because only unnatural methods remain that could ever hope to reform me. Fast forward--recently, some idle review scanning gives me a funny vibe. A few people consider Gymkata to be a movie about a plausible international incident. I have it on faith that people involved in production were smoking tire irons, one or two succeeded in drinking pumping iron, and the father's second stunt man (who got shot in the heart with an arrow and stayed on his horse) was generally unconscious from inhaling rust. I'm adding 1/2 a star for a big smooth globe because, watching way back then, I could--recuperating from shock with a little effort--locate my voice and utter croaks of bemusement and outrage with my brother. And because it's impossible to forget something this unashamedly, monotonously, and probably intentionally (though that's no excuse) awful.
(it) wrote: As always a fine indeed Oscar winning performance from the ever excellent Robert Duvall
(gb) wrote: Love this movie and the entire cast
(ca) wrote: Our kids are laughing hysterically at Flubber.
(gb) wrote: These "piss-take" comedies are either a hit or miss & this film is definitely a giant miss. They spend the whole time ripping off other movies, in this case classic slashers & horrors, and are proof that when you add too much dumb humour to a horror it ruins it. I give it 2 stars purely for the unintentional laughs it offers. What ever happened to good ole fashioned serious scary fright films? A movie can be funny without being a total joke ya know... or was that the point?