Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman

Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman

A powerful Chilean gangster uses everything in his power to stop the woman that wants to kill him, a sexy mercenary known as "the machine gun woman". The staggering sum of cash he offers for her head sets in motion an army of hitmen. And also, by accident, bursts in the life of naïve DJ Santiago, a common youth that will have to steel his guts against the underworld, and above all, survive the irresistible - and bloodthirsty - Machine Gun Woman. - Written by FICV

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Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman torrent reviews

Myc A (fr) wrote: This movie is a fun watch and takes us down a twisted road. Keep your eyes peeled during this journey, something is definitely going to jump out at you. A new twist on an old religion is your clue as to where to focus!

John T (jp) wrote: This is a werewolf movie. Not a horrible idea. A guy slowly starts turning and goes towards his animalistic ways (lots of crazy sex). The movie could have been much better, though. Not a horrible movie, but the execution wasn't that strong..

Kimberly S (jp) wrote: Great depiction of what went on there!! Touching and Shocking!!

Ryan C (au) wrote: So much zappa in it, it's hard for someone like me not to like it. Not a super-compelling doc, but the one kid can wail on the guitar and the teacher is such an unbelievable prick, he's fun to watch.

Shelby M (kr) wrote: One of my absolute favorite movies. The best part for me about this movie is the fact that the soundtrack has music from the time period instead of using modern music for a story from the 60's. Has the best soundtrack and score. Love, love, love it!

Damon H (it) wrote: Peter Greenaway's best movie to date. Filled with magical imagery, music, and cinematography. An absolute masterpiece of art. One I saw on the big screen three times before it left the theater.

Ingvar Ottergren N (us) wrote: Insightfull, but a little slow.

Paul Z (br) wrote: From a distance, an everyday moviegoer might doubt the production value of this movie. A 1982 Ken Follett adaptation that's hardly available on DVD? Well, it's made by the same director as Return of the Jedi. Yet when it begins and unfolds, it's reminiscent of nothing so much as one of those unsentimental, persevering, discreetly disturbing, and, on a few occasions, blackly hilarious war movies that used to be made by the former British film industry. Donald Sutherland plays the kind of reserved sociopath who should ideally thrive in black-and-white movies, yet the color here is sometimes funereal enough to avail. This unaffected thriller is made with humble potency.It is about a German spy, Die Naadel, who dropped out of sight in Germany in 1938 and now inhabits a series of drab bed-sitting-rooms in England while he spies on the British war effort. He is known as the Needle because of his signature means of dispatch. He kills with an exceptional absence of feeling. As played by Sutherland with a rather stand-offish, cool, and even critical manner, the Needle is a man no one knows. We are given inklings to account for his rationale: He was raised by parents who did not love him, he was shipped off to boarding schools, he spent parts of his childhood in America, where he learned English. None of the account altogether clears up his viciousness, but then I suppose it is no more than a secret agent's business to be vicious. Perhaps it's no one's fault someone is ruthless.Ken Follett's deftly communicated thread is by inches both undercover operations and mystery. The Needle unravels a hoax to evade the Germans. His task is to be the very one to confront Die Fuhrer with the information of the actual Allied invasion plans. This he means to do with every tissue of his being, and yet we never get the sense that this man is a nationalist. He is more of an existentially decisive, unbending envoy. In his endeavors to convene with a Nazi submarine, he's shipwrecked on a remote island populated merely by a lighthouse keeper and a goat-farming family comprised of a woman played by the emotionally receptive Kate Nelligan, her legless husband and their son.The last third of the movie turns into a blood-spattered drama in which the action is more pertinent than the characterization. But before that, he poses as just a shipwrecked seafarer. And Nelligan, her appearance fittingly preceded by her co-star being adrift at sea, is disheartened by her husband's drunkenness and unwillingness to love, and becomes endeared to the stranger. Does he become enamored of her? We can never be certain, though he tells her things he has told to no one else.It is compelling to build a plot like this at a studious tread, rather than rushing head on through it. It gives us time to weigh the character of the Needle, and to contemplate his exceptionally scant, mysterious allusions to what he feels versus what he thinks. Instead of an unambiguously good and evil clash, despite the melodrama of the last act, we have by then learned things about him that he may not even know about himself, and that is why the film's final scene is so much more intricate than it appears.

Waleed A (jp) wrote: great movie. very funny and a completely different and interesting idea taken in all the right directions. tons of memorable scenes. we can see so many of the things in the movie progressing in that direction in real life (4 viewings)

Stephane L (it) wrote: Wow... Want to see a movie that should have by all mean been a cult movie ? This is it. Starring Meat Loaf as Travid Redfish, a Texas truck driver who experience love at first sight and becomes the best roadie in the rock industry. Meeting real music stars along the way like Roy Orbison, Hank Williams Jr., Blondie, Alice Cooper, etc. This is surreal madness at its best. Worth seeing just for the sheer weirdness of it all.

Jim T (nl) wrote: Russ Meyer classic...must see!