Deliver Us from Evil
Documentary filmmaker Amy Berg investigates the life of 30-year pedophile Father Oliver O'Grady and exposes the corruption inside the Catholic Church that allowed him to abuse countless children. Victims' stories and a disturbing interview with O'Grady offer a view into the troubled mind of the spiritual leader who moved from parish to parish gaining trust ... all the while betraying so many.
- Stars:Adam, Jeff Anderson, Pope Benedict XVI, Monsignor Cain, Case Degroot, Jane Degroot, Thomas Doyle, Mary Gail Frawley-O'Dea, Bill Hodgman, Anne Jyono, Bob Jyono, Maria Jyono, Frank Keating, Roger Mahony, John Manly,
- Director:Amy Berg,
- Writer:Amy Berg
Documentary about Father Oliver O'Grady, a Catholic priest who was relocated to various parishes around the United States during the 1970s in an attempt by the Catholic Church to cover up his rape of dozens of children. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Deliver Us from Evil torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: This is easily one of the best "so bad it's funny" films. The presence of Mr. Miyagi as a snake hunter is inspired. My favourite scene however is where teh hero runs 20m and drop kicks the snake in the head and it pops back up like its on a spring, brilliance
(jp) wrote: You can tell how bad this movie is honing to be from the first half hour so no need to suffer and finish it.
(br) wrote: I wasn't that much looking forward to The Guilt Trip as it has negative reviews from both critics and users from Rotten Tomatoes, but I am a fan of Seth Rogen, writer Dan Fogleman, and when I enjoyed The Proposal, so I decide to check it out, and it surprised me of how underrated it is. The plot is your average road trip movie that does nothing new at all, but to the chemistry between Seth Rogen and Barbra Streisand that succeed it from being a forgettable film. Dan Fogleman knows how to write a mother and son relationship, and can create a lot of funny moments based on their conversations that the main characters had. Now my mom doesn't act like that to me, and if I did had a mom like Barbra Streisand's character, I would probably act like Seth Rogen's character too as it legitimate for him to be like that, even if there were some moments from him that I'll never do. The movie goes through a realistic approach which is refreshing to see coming from a road trip film and doesn't make it ridiculous like Trains, Planes, and Automobiles, and Thelma & Louise even though I enjoyed those films. Even though the chemistry between the main characters is all there is to the film, they are really good in this that delivers the lines in a funny way that I enjoyed from this film.
(ag) wrote: Too bad I can watch this movie on Netflix account, It will be good to watch it again
(it) wrote: Love the dark and brooding setting. The animation is incredibly creative and different. A fun watch.
(mx) wrote: As lame as its title. "Way to ruin Christmas."
(mx) wrote: It was one of those movies that I wouldn't watch again... got a little sappy at some points :(
(ag) wrote: One of the most heart-wrenching movies I've seen in a good long time. Good storyline. Good song and dance numbers. Shahrukh Khan (yum). Definitely need to keep the tissue box handy for this one.
(br) wrote: Stanley Tucci and Tony Shalhoub as Italian brothers running a restaurant should be a recipe for wit, comedy, and great drama. Sadly, when you bite into it, there's nothing but air. Likeable, but nothing special.
(ca) wrote: Faggots! This is a great movie. Why so much hate?! Stallone was in his prime. If there ever was one.
(es) wrote: what is the source of the nile? Watch and find out, great movie top ten for me
(fr) wrote: When I was little I thought this was too noisy (aaaaah, I was a weird kid) but now it's great! Tommy is such a sissy and Anicka is the most boring character ever, but they do emphasize Pippi who is everything most of us are not. I love the music too!
(nl) wrote: I remember watching this movie a long time ago but since it's a long time ago, I'm going to have trouble remembering the story. The story is about Charlotte played by Alyssa Milano who is nearing her 18th birthday when she meets a stranger played by Martin Kemp. It turns out that Charlotte is the reincarnation of a Transylvanian princess the stranger is a vampire who once loved her. He will be able to retain his powers of eternal life before Charlotte turns 18 within three days but first he has to seduce her and to to weaken her, he uses Sarah to introduce Charlotte to lesbianism. When the truth is revealed, they have to destroy the stranger before Charlotte's 18th birthday arrives. This movie was a great film, had a great story and I had some fun with with it. If you had actually watched the movie, the film was titled above The Nosferatu Diaries: Embrace Of The Vampire which I guess was a great homage to the classic 1922 vampire movie. Embrace Of The Vampire gets a solid 8/10.
(gb) wrote: A highly underrated sci fi horror gem with some serious attitude. The setup is plucked straight from a slasher flick, involving a handful of characters being stalked, hunted, and devoured by a vicious breed of creatures on a desolate planet. The good news is that it doesn't entirely feel like a slasher flick, as it takes genre archetypes and stirs them up to make a really interesting movie. Like him or not, Vin Diesel's character, Riddick, is one that is hard not to become interested in and root for. His lone wolf nature and many shades of grey morality keeps you on your toes and leaves you curious to what he's going to do next. On top of that, this awesome B film gives you some great creature designs and effects, slick sound, and some pretty interesting characters that tag alongside riddick. If you're a fan of sci fi action on any level, you owe it to yourself to check this out. Oh, and I think it's impossible to watch this movie and not want some cool Riddick goggles afterward.
(fr) wrote: "Road to Paloma" 10 Scale Rating: 7.0 (Good) ...The Good: Jason Momoa shows off his acting chops in this one. Usually seen as a gladiator/muscle-head type, Momoa does a very good job in a dramatic turn. Written and directed by Momoa himself, the story is a good one that gets your interest early on. Well known Native America actor Wes Studi plays Momoa's father in the film and while he doesn't have many scenes, they are memorable. Studi always seems to do an excellent job. The last 10 minutes or so of the film are powerful. The Bad: A little on the formulaic side, what truly prevents the film from being great are several lulls in the middle. It starts and ends well, but far too many of the scenes in between feel like filler. Some of the supporting actors/actresses were pretty bad.