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Devil's Knot torrent reviews
Gayle M (ru) wrote: Beautiful, but what was the point of it?
daniel k (de) wrote: Hey, this could be a remake of the Punisher, as Tom Jane plays a private investigator, who goes after a case and redemption...against people who killed his family?! Thats right, his wife and son are killed by bad guys...sound like the Punisher? And he is very skilled at hand to hand combat and use of weapons. Great tough guy acting by Jane and Ving Rhames, this is a good film that pays homage to older cop flicks. Plenty of twists and turns, and you find out Malone's family may actually still be alive. Lots of witty one liners and plenty of action to satisfy you bloodthirsty gore hounds, I came into this movie not expecting to much but came away quite impressed.
Jason K (ag) wrote: Lets all take a moment to wonder why Alison Barry isnt in every movie ever.
Dimitri C (us) wrote: Animation is OK and it's sometimes scary. But with a weak and ridiculous plot, "Degeneration" is nothing more than unremarkable.
Hamdi A (mx) wrote: In the film One Last Thing directed by Alex Steyermark, the 16-year-old protagonist Dylan Jameison suffers a terminal illness. The plot began when Dylan is granted any wish of his choice by a foundation that was recorded on local television. Dylan fearlessly announces his wish to spend a weekend alone with Nikki Sinclaire, a supermodel. The storyline continues in New York where he pursuits to fulfill his wish, with the rest of the strength left his system has to offer.
Alec L (br) wrote: Ridiculous and uncomfortable to watch. Doesn't have the weight that it's subject matter demands, and merely feels lost in its time. Never does it wow and often does it repulse, with nearly every major player being miscast, though Colin Farrell does a competent job in the title role.
Jonathan H (de) wrote: The worst movie ever made. 'Nuff said.
Mark N (ru) wrote: Really low budget, really flat performances and really uninteresting. How can a movie with some luminary musicians (mostly past their prime.. but still!) be so tiresome?The plot seems mostly irrelevant and the characters randomly disjointed in looks and personalities. I really couldn't figure out the point. For a 2010 re-release the film looked like early 80's VHS and the image is gritty and distractingly low quality. Maybe there was nothing left to improve on but still I can't believe that was the best transfer possible.
JM G (ru) wrote: Has no value as a horror movie, but does offer some unintentional humor. The killer's synthetic voice is especially funny.
Sean O (de) wrote: Articulated, the fictional detective's existential moment: "You've solved your case," says the mysterious woman. "I didn't solve anything," he replies. "Things just fell in all around me."
Alexander C (es) wrote: Want to see it! Will have to take into account!
Ben S (ag) wrote: Well, that's 2 hours and 4 minutes of my life I won't get back. If you enjoy sapphic 'will they, won't they' and 'are they acting or is this the real life bit' then by all means give yourselves up to it.
Todd S (ca) wrote: On the surface, McCanick is a simple story of a cop going after an ex-con who he has a history with. As the film progresses, the lines begin to blur, leaving the audience to question who is really the good guy and who is actually the bad guy? This film is notable, as it is the last thing Glee star Cory Monteith worked on before he died, and it was a definite change in direction for the young star. The story starts on Eugene Wellington McCanick's birthday, a happy day that should mark a reunion with his son, but instead marks a day where he learns that the biggest bust of his career, acquiesced killer Simon Wells (Cory Monteith) had been paroled. McCanick is ordered to leave the situation alone, but he can't rest while this man is on the street and McCanick goes looking for trouble. This is a very dark and methodical drama that really seems to have no depth whatsoever, until you see both sides of the story presented in flashbacks. David Morse stars as your typical tough loner cop, whose life is all about the job. The kind of cop that takes his job personally and will do whatever it takes to bust the people he sees as a threat to his city. When I think tough guy, David Morse is not the first person who comes to mind, but he has a history of playing both the good and the bad guy, making the role of Eugene McCanick perfect for him. He's paired with Cory Monteith, who as a teen heartthrob, has never really been seen as more than a sweet, loveable guy. Simon Wells is anything but sweet an loveable, as he's been severally damaged by a life on the streets, but the question becomes just how bad a guy is he? McCanick is the kind of film where everything seems to be laid right out in front of you, the kind of film where you're not expecting a surprise, but that's the whole premise of the film. The whole purpose of the film is to make you question everything you believe and it really turns into to something very unique and special. McCanick doesn't have a cast or a preview that screams out to you, many people are just going to skip it, but if you do, you'll be missing that special kind of movie that leaves you thinking about it long after it's over.
Keith (kr) wrote: Calvin Klein commercials have more depth than this drivel.