Experiment in Terror
Kelly Sherwood is terrorized by a man with an asthmatic voice who plans to use her to steal $100,000 from the bank where she works. He threatens to kill her teenage sister Toby, if she tells the police. However she manages to contact F.B.I. agent Ripley.
- Stars:Glenn Ford, Lee Remick, Stefanie Powers, Roy Poole, Ned Glass, Anita Loo, Patricia Huston, Gilbert Green, Clifton James, Al Avalon, William Bryant, Dick Crockett, James Lanphier, Ross Martin,
- Director:Blake Edwards,
- Writer:Gordon Gordon (novel), Mildred Gordon (novel), Gordon Gordon (screenplay), Mildred Gordon (screenplay)
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Experiment in Terror torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: You only need to watch 5 minutes of this to know that it's garbage.
(us) wrote: funny, smart and doesn't take itself too seriously. Definitely a crowd pleaser.
(it) wrote: where was the fight scenes.....
(br) wrote: Just hilariously terrible.
(it) wrote: Not much of a porn but really funny!
(ag) wrote: I remember liking it, but no details stuck with me.
(ca) wrote: Men in Black II is an underrated flick. It is not as inventive or as original as its predecessor, the villain is mediocre and the last act is so-so, but the humor is much better this time around with many genuinely funny moments and the acting duo is once again the highlight here. I know I am in the vast minority here, but I honestly think this movie is on par with the original.
(us) wrote: like I said in the bugs life review both of those movies came out at the same time and In the end I like this one better the characters are good and the voice acting fits them really good pretty good animation but, bugs life did it better. and the stories are kind of the same but, antz did a little better so if you haven't seen it check it out.
(mx) wrote: Walter Matthau and Jack Lemon in Minnesota. If you know anything about ice fishing, the climate, the people, and the culture of this region than you will find a great deal of enjoyment and much humor in this classic movie. If not than your just a moron or a putz.
(ru) wrote: Jessica Lange should have won an Academ Award for her performance as Patsy Cline.
(es) wrote: I recorded this a while ago and finally got to watch it the other night, I did not know it was a western, I just knew that Kevin "I was once Hercules" Sorbo was in it and I kind of have a soft spot for him, so I recorded it. Overall it is not a bad movie, (it is pretty easy to see it was made for TV though) the story was ok, the acting was bad in some spots but decent overall and if you are looking for a wholesome kind of run of the mill western then this is the movie for you. Not great but could be worse.
(fr) wrote: Here it is, folks! The movie that kicked off the ninja sub-genre of the 1980s. What Enter the Dragon did for kung-fu, Enter the Ninja did the same for ninjas. Christopher George steals the show with his hammy performance as lead baddie Charles Venaurius. Franco Nero is rather awkward as the lead hero, especially considering he isn't Japanese and is supposed to be an American who learns ninjutsu. Regardless, ETN is still loads of fun and showcases tons of well-choreographed fights. The real star, however, is Sho Kosugi, the evil ninja whom Venaurius recruits to take out Nero. Kosugi is out of this world in his battle sequence with Nero and can act quite well. Susan George, unfortunately, does not get to do much but still provides much-needed eye candy. Enter the Ninja gets 5 shurikens out of 5 from me!
(jp) wrote: Taxi Driver is a Mystery and Suspance masterpiece, what a job from Martin Scorzese.Robert DeNiro and the whole cast are absolutely terrific and they successfully manage to add romance, drama and madness to this great movie.
(nl) wrote: just not what i expected it would be
(mx) wrote: It might give up the ending quite soon, but the structure and the substance of the film really pays off, making this possibly Tod Browning's best film ever.
(au) wrote: Historical materials coming from Hollywood have to be seen with certain reservation. Normally these are coming with plots totally different from the reality or versions given in books. This film, [i]Solomon and Sheba[/i], may also be different from the real history. The acting of Yul Brynner (Solomon) and Gina Lollobrigida (Sheba) is not the best in my opinion. Brynner was often shown in the film looking seriously and saying nothing, while Lollobrigida acted as if she was delivering a poem each time mixed with some mad reactions when she was angry. The cinematography and camera work of the film were excellent, and probably the producers spent a lot of money to make all epic scenes here, but the film could have been much better with more natural acting.
(ag) wrote: Brooding and samey, but enchanting, realistic, and affecting.
(gb) wrote: A so-called thriller about real life social site connection. Maybe I'm old because I feel like I lived the same a few times already with myspace, and even with school friends. This one was more elaborate but this being in the USA, of course they are more into elaborate lies. In this case, making it less creapy, we have a middle aged married woman with three children, passing for several beautiful young woman to use a nice young man to look better to her husband. It's like so many people I connected to in myspace, but were unmasked before I would do any travel. Facebook is more elaborate and not as easy to use this way. The film is still watchable especially if you are still naive.