Edge of Darkness
As a seasoned homicide detective, Thomas Craven has seen the bleakest side of humanity. But nothing prepares him for the toughest investigation of his life: the search for his only daughter Emma's killer. Now, he is on a personal mission to uncover the disturbing secrets surrounding her murder, including corporate corruption, government collusion and Emma's own mysterious life.
- Category:Action, Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
- Stars:Mel Gibson, Frank Grillo, Denis O'Hare, Caterina Scorsone, Ray Winstone, Danny Huston,
- Country:UK, USA
- Director:Martin Campbell,
- Writer:William Monahan (screenplay), Andrew Bovell (screenplay), Troy Kennedy-Martin (television series)
When the only daughter of a Boston homicide detective, Thomas Craven, is shot on his doorstep, everyone assumes that he was the intended target. But when Thomas investigates the case, he uncovers not only her secret life, but a dangerous, looking-glass world of corporate cover-ups. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Edge of Darkness torrent reviews
(br) wrote: The film works for two reasons. The first is that its a mostly engaging family drama, and the second is that its an interesting introduction to the complex world of Orthodox Judaism without ever feeling like a lesson that's being forced on the audience.
(jp) wrote: Un segmento divertido...
(br) wrote: Genial la actuacin del nene que interpreta a Abel.
(kr) wrote: Nightmare Detective doesn't have the psychotic feel of Tetsuo nor the visual cool the likes of Bullet Ballet or A Snake in June possess, but Shinya Tsukamoto's move to more convententional and less experimental filmmaking is a successful one. It's not a horror movie by genre means, it's more of a thriller, and an eerie and twisted one at that, not to mention it utilizes the recent j-horror trend of suicide elements and does something more interesting with them (Suicide Club = Garbage). And while it lacks the complete visual flair Tsukamoto has come to be known for, the dream sequences are intense. I've heard Tsukamoto is working on/finished a sequel so I'd love to take a look at that, too.
(ru) wrote: Not as good as the first but entertaining I worked out at the start who the Baddie was in this one That was too easy Plot it was ok Not much drama in this one Love how they used the first set from the first movie in this one Worthwhile watching
(nl) wrote: I never really expect much out of a game-to-movie film, and that's what I got. The Rock didnt seem as "electrifying" on-screen as I had hoped, but he got the job done overall....barely. The writing for this movie was just bad. One performance did stand out though, and that was Richard Blake's Portman, who played the Aliens equivalent of the "game over, man" role.......
(gb) wrote: Well just about average in everything!!! Climax no shock waves!!!
(gb) wrote: I really enjoyed this film. The story was cute turned nasty which should have given me a clue who the writer was but I didn't catch on. I was a little confused over the message, it was clearly a comment on the gun laws in the USA but I wasn't sure which way it was headed until the end, and seeing that Lars von Trier wrote it and knowing his opinions on American culture then there was no more doubt. A very cool film.
(de) wrote: An absolute atrocity of a film, basically a film about the dwarves coming to Hollywood for the 1938 Wizard of Oz.Written by 6 people I can't imagine how they could go so wrong. Filled with ridiculous scenes & dialogue it's a wonder it was released.Both Chevy Chase & Carrie Fisher both agree it's the worst film they have ever worked on. It's dreadfully unfunny & I'm aiming never to see it again.
(gb) wrote: An underrated debut. Childhood is seen through the unpredictability factor, where motives and consequences cannot be foreseen even by the protagonists. That's a very accurate approach. The world is a giant lab and the boy's incapacity to conform when he is blindfolded from his past is a strong inner motive, although you may not label it as justifiable. The abruptness of the ending mirrors how spontaneous changes occur in us. Finally, the ending explains itself.92/100
(gb) wrote: [i][b]Onibaba [/b][/i] Despite the somewhat excessive use of sex and nudity, Onibaba turns out to be a truly great film, one of the best Japanese cinema has to offer. The story is very interesting and intriguing. A mother and wife live in a swamp in 14th century Japan. The live by ambushing and killing worn out soldiers, and then selling their goods to a merchant. One day when a warrior returns, the wife begins to have sexual relations with him. The mother isn't pleased, so she wears a demon mask from a dead samurai. Soon, the mask does not come off. In the end it turns out to be an excellent horror film, and overall a must see. Rating: 93/100 [i][b]The Elephant Man [/b][/i]I've been told by my parents that this is the first movie that I actually sat all the way through. I'm not sure if that changes anything, but The Elephant Man is one of my all-time favorites. David Lynch does a fantastic job directing one of his finest movies. The ending is so heartbreaking, tears always begin to run down my face. Rating: 100/100 [b][i]Ali, Fear Eats the Soul[/i] [/b]Spots of this film were great, but then there were some scenes that were nothing special. The story was somewhat intriguing, but took me quite a while to get into it. Some of the cinematography was great, but again, other times it wasn't really that good. I feel, that if it was made a little differently, it could have been something special. Rating: 70/100 [i][b]To Be or Not to Be [/b][/i]To Be or Not to Be was an outstanding film, one of the best of the 1940's. The execution of the first scene was brilliant, I wasn't expecting anything of the likes. After that incredible opening scene, the film just gets better and better with more and more laughs. Carole Lombard and Jack Benny both did a fabulous job as Maria Tura, and Joseph Tura, respectively. In the end, To Be or Not to Be comes down to being one of the greatest comedies. Rating: 100/100 [i][b]Germany, Year Zero [/b][/i] Germany Year Zero is one of the great, classic, Neo-Realism films. Robert Rosselini perfectly directs the film. He tells the story of families living in Post-WWII Germany in an excellent way. This, along with The Bicycle Thief make up two of the greatest Italian Neo-Realism films ever made. Rating: 100/100
(ag) wrote: Its a B movie thats LOOSELY based on the "DOOM 3" video game.It isnt the best movie out there....but I give it an A for effort :)
(us) wrote: Simultaneously disappointing and glorious. Glorious because it is awful. Disappointing because maybe Patton Oswalt built this thing up in my mind a bit too much.