The gruesome death of a prostitute brings suspicion on one of her clients, James Wayland, a brilliant, self-destructive and epileptic heir to a textile fortune. So detectives Braxton and Kennesaw take Wayland in for questioning, thinking they can break the man. But despite his troubles, Wayland is a master of manipulation, and during the interrogation, he begins to turn the tables on the investigators, forcing them to reveal their own sinister sides.
- Stars:Tim Roth, Chris Penn, Michael Rooker, Renée Zellweger, Ellen Burstyn, Rosanna Arquette, Don Winston, Michael Parks, Mark Damon, J.C. Quinn, Jody Wilhelm, Ocie Pouncie, Bob Hungerford, Genevieve Butler, Chelsea Butler,
- Director:Jonas Pate, Josh Pate,
- Writer:Jonas Pate, Josh Pate
Textile company heir Wayland is accused of murder of a prostitute named Elizabeth, whose body was found cut in two in the park. The murder is investigated by tough detective Kennesaw and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Deceiver torrent reviews
(es) wrote: This film was great! don't listen to the critics if you like mob movies check this one out I would describe it like road to perdition great film with Tom hanks having more action
(es) wrote: One of the better DC animated films in a while
(br) wrote: I saw this film at school computer center, a guy who sat next to me stand up suddenly, then he changed the seat. haha.
(us) wrote: It's amazing how not even one of the people living in the apartment block at any point stepped back to question for even a split second whether or not the 'lady' out of the swimming pool was in fact an escaped mental patient. That's the intelligent thing to do. But no, they all willing partake in the popular consensus that she is a fairy & some giant eagle is going to come & take her away. The opening animation keeps telling us how mankind does not listen to the people in the water. OK, I get it, we don't listen. But of course, the rest of the film ignores this notion & every character is only too willing to believe everything the expressionless Bryce Dallas Howard says. An absolutely terrible & pointless film that got more irritating with each passing minute. The narrative didn't even seem to know what to do with itself. The fact that Shyamalan himself plays the 'world changing' revolutionary author sums-up exactly how much he loves himself. A waste of Giamatti's talent & another addition to the ever growing list of boring & pointless films made by Shyamalan
(fr) wrote: My favourite film!! Period.
(fr) wrote: TRUE ROMANCE blends and recycles elements of scores of crime and road movies, from BONNIE AND CLYDE to BADLANDS, but it does so with enough energy and verve to create something entirely fresh and infectiously entertaining.
(mx) wrote: Awesome movie! One of my favorite chick flicks, great soundtrack to boot.
(gb) wrote: Second, and weakest in Hammer's Karnstein trilogy. Story picks up 40 years after The Vampire Lovers but this time CArmilla is played by Yuette Stensgard who while really stunning is nowhere near as good in the role as Pitt. This is partly not her fault as the character in this is nowhere near as strong, indeed she spends most of the time moping around after her teacher. This comes in for a lot of flack but i still quite like it, it certainly has its more exploitative moments than earlier Hammer and the song is maybe misjudged during the love scene but at least they are trying something a bit different. And it can be unintentionally funny at times, and the cut rate Christopher Lee is amusing and the end a bit weak, but oddly despite this I still quite liked it!
(ru) wrote: Apparently, Chris Pine (Captain kirk) is in this. Still doesn't make me want to watch it.
(au) wrote: An overly silly scenario that tries to take itself seriously. It's entertaining and Karloff's killings look great with the shadowy lighting but there really isn't much else. The opening also feels like a repeat of his earlier vehicle, "The Man They Could Not Hang". A strange coincidence. Hmmm...
(gb) wrote: While formulaic in its storytelling, Cars is, personally, an underrated film. While not one of Pixar's best films, Cars is still entertaining and fun enough to make me want to watch it again.
(gb) wrote: Selma Hayack and the first half of this movie are its only redeeming qualities. The second half morphs into this horrible special effects nightmare of vampires in a saloon. I get that people are into the campy vampire low budget genre but it just doesn't do it for me. I would recommend watching the first half of the film and definitely the Selma Hayack dance scene. ~~