Retied FBI agent Terry McCaleb, who has recently had a heart transplant, is asked to investigate the death of his heat-giver. He gradually discovers that the case is related to a series killer. But could the elderly and feeble McCaleb save the day? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Katrina B (es) wrote: I really want to see it it sounds wonderful
Kobayashi A (es) wrote: When she throw off one's mask???Wao?Terrible plot , it seemed a slipshod job.
Hendrix J (it) wrote: what's up with that dude eye ?
Dan C (gb) wrote: Documentary about Nazi persecution of homosexuals. It's well done and some of the interviews are very powerful but ultimately this feels like a footnote in the history of Nazi discrimination. There are a few interesting anecdotes about homosexual life in Wiemar Republic Germany but aside from that there is not much to make this film distinguish itself from other Holocaust documentaries.
Alex K (ag) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.
Dustin B (ag) wrote: Worst sequel I've ever seen. Should not have been made.
Jordan T (it) wrote: One of the more depressing movies I've seen, while watching you want it to end so the pain is over. This was originally a made-for-TV movie, but ended up nabbing an Oscar nom for Best Actress, so arguably this is the greatest TV movie ever. However, that doesn't mean I liked it. Right from the beginning I knew something bad was gonna happen cuz there was too much of a solemn underlying tone, but a nuclear blast? Are you kidding me? That came out of NOWHERE; caught me completely off guard. One of Kevin Costner's first roles, but certainly not memorable. A lot of good symbolism in the film, but almost too much. Nothing is explained, but begrudgingly I admit nothing had to be. Depressing ending that leaves you feeling hopeless cuz it is obvious that everyone dies.
Lisa (jp) wrote: One of the better teen movies. Jodie is moving. "On the Radio ... Whoa ooo"
Aj V (ca) wrote: This is one of the most popular Elvis movies, it's played on TV the most too, so if you're a fan don't miss it, it's one of his best.
William W (br) wrote: An outstanding matchup of director Raoul Walsh and stars Humphrey Bogart and Ida Lupino in a gangster classic that still holds up very well today--and the last time Bogie received less than top billing in a film. Certainly evidence you can't travel with a woman and a dog--but for Lupino (I prefer cats to dogs, so I would have left Pard behind), I would have likewise made an exception, even at the cost of my life, she was so amazing a woman.
Eric H (nl) wrote: I know that the time period of this film was not perfect. There were no Civil Rights acts or equality for women. A war was going on. But there is something pure about this. I wax nostalgic for a gentler form of entertainment. I tire of the explicitness and gore of modern films. I get tired of the profanity and the scatology. That's why it's so nice to have a tradition of pleasant musicals and comedies from this era. No, I wasn't alive at this time. It just seems that we had a better sense of basic decency. Boy, I sound like an old fogy. That said, this film stands on the strong shoulders of Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire. I realize how vapid the plot is. The silly grandstanding; the ridiculous posturing for a romantic involvement. But if all there was was the dance sequences and the production numbers, this film would still be a classic. The premise is so outrageous, but it doesn't matter. The expense of those shows would have required those patrons to shell out about 500 dollars a ticket, considering there were so few of them. I also like Astaire's singing voice, which is often underrated. It's a nice movie. Put it on your holiday plate.
Alex K (fr) wrote: Boring only the ending is good
Anton G (au) wrote: An absolute delight from start to finish.