Crime Wave

Crime Wave

Reformed parolee Steve Lacey is caught in the middle when a wounded former cellmate seeks him out for shelter. The other two former cellmates then attempt to force him into doing a bank job.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:73 minutes
  • Release:1954
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   robbery,   fight,  

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Crime Wave torrent reviews

Jed D (br) wrote: Syfy does it again. Aside from some unbelievable bad acting by Jessica Parker Kennedy, it was tons of fun.

Kylie B (it) wrote: Reigon 2 PAL release please Tartan?

Sarel H (au) wrote: The most romatic gay movie I saw so far.

Christopher V (it) wrote: Oh we used four screens at once and shot the whole thing hand held and one run through, blah blah blah. I would care if it had a good story, but nothing about this film is good.A blight on cinema.

Josh B (nl) wrote: Nice plot. Animation could have been a bit better though.

Jim S (au) wrote: Okay, I have to come clean and admit that I'm a huge fan of the "Blade" trilogy. They're actually a guilty pleasure for me, especially "Trinity". I think that's because I live in Vancouver where it was shot and worked in the film industry here for 10 years, just around "Trinity's" shooting time. I actually know several of the people in the film and, having lived here for my entire life, I'm very familiar with the locations used, and I just love the way the film is shot. Of course I can't ignore "Blade" and "Blade 2". The first one has one of the great openings in Vampire film history (with the blood coming out of the sprinkler system during a dance scene) and the 2nd one is directed by Guillermo del Toro, who is one of my favorite directors. Yeah, so that's my big confession which was triggered by the Space network (that would by SyFy here in Canada) playing all three in a row this weekend. It was a "blood binge"!

Ethan P (au) wrote: Out of the Furnace was as carnal and crude as you'd expect and even though, I felt Christian Bale's pain for the loss of his brother, this film didn't make me care. There is not enough story or character development here to make it a great movie. It was exciting and engaging, but also very basic.