Eye of the Tiger
Buck (Gary Busey) is a Vietnam vet, recently released from prison. He returns home to discover the town being terrorized by a vicious motorcycle gang. When the bikers murder his wife and traumatize his daughter, Buck and his friends arm themselves to the teeth and wage war against the gang to destroy them once and for all.
- Stars:Gary Busey, Yaphet Kotto, Seymour Cassel, Bert Remsen, Denise Galik, William Smith, Kimberlin Brown, Judith Barsi, Eric Boles, Joe Brooks, Douglas Dirkson, Kathryn Fuller, Jorge Gil, Amelia Haas, Ray Habercorn,
- Director:Richard C. Sarafian,
- Writer:Michael Thomas Montgomery
Returning home from prison, a Vietnam War veteran sets out to clean up his hometown which has come under the control of a violent motorcycle gang. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Eye of the Tiger torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: 5/10: More of a WWII drama rather than an action flick. If you are expecting Saving Private Ryan, you can forget it. What I like about this Pacific War film, is that it employs different approach where it shows the lives of Japanese civilians (from their perspective) living on the invaded islands.
(au) wrote: this movie was alot better than I figured it would be. it surprised me.
(ag) wrote: The best factual documentary I've seen.
(mx) wrote: Too awkward and uncomfortable for my taste and not really much of a comedy, but charming at times and very well acted.
(kr) wrote: I watched it at first casue of Kirsten Dunst but i love it cause it's really good.
(nl) wrote: Terrible chemistry, empty story and annoying music. Ick.
(ru) wrote: Amazing, Brilliant and by far the most heartbreaking film in cinema history.
(au) wrote: This film should've gotten a wide release, it's way more clever than any horror films that have came out in recent years, and it's a refreshing take on the slasher genre. The plot is nice and there is a lot of character building, even though some parts are very boring. The kills are just better version of the 70s film, but it still leaves you smiling. The motivations and the twist are somewhat satisfying, but the motivations do seem a bit dull. All in all, The Town That Dreaded Sundown is a nice watch for any slasher enthusiast.
(mx) wrote: The end was simple..but good
(kr) wrote: Movies that work on a large scale, especially all those musical epics of the 1950s and '60s, generally have a hard time genuinely touching the viewer. The bigger the ornate decor the harder it is to generate intimacy, as evidenced by such films as 1968's "Funny Girl" (saved by Barbra Streisand) or 1954's "Brigadoon" (drowned in its lackluster Technicolor pizazz). I'm a critic everlastingly hungry for the emotional grab of the celluloid - a movie can look and sound scrumptious all it wants to, but I'd rather be impacted than impressed. Who doesn't? 1958's "Gigi", a widely revered movie musical that won over saucer-eyed audiences and sardonic critics upon release, makes for an odd mix of the miles away predicament of its afro-mentioned peers and the intimacy one craves in a colorful film of its sort. Massive in size and enthusiastic in its set and costume design, "Gigi" looks the part of the "My Fair Lady" soul sister, but at a relatively short 116 minutes (which is short in the epic musical category), it often feels like a giant movie crammed into the space of a smaller one, becoming in some places but loose, hastily put on in others. The Gigi of the title is played by Leslie Caron, in a career defining performance. Precocious and free-spirited, the stuffiness of the turn-of-the-century Parisian bourgeoisie hardly fits the 15-year-old - but embedded in her consciousness is the idea that she will, someday, marry into a wealthy household. Such notions bore her, her frequent courtesan training by her Aunt Alicia (Isabel Jeans) more a chore than a pastime. She would prefer to let her hair down and frolic around the grounds of the city, spending the evening with her loving grandmother (Hermione Gingold) and their bon vivant family friend Gaston (Louis Jordan). As Gigi comes of age, though, Gaston finds himself in an unexpected tizzy. A known womanizer, he is considered to be an untrustworthy man quicker to get into a date's pants than into her heart. But we, nor the protagonist and her cohorts, see this fiendish persona, only looking at him as a charming lonely heart. So when he begins developing feelings for Gigi, he's shocked - he's never felt love like this before. All of the wealthy are so stuffy, so mannered; Gigi is genuine, unfiltered. And as she begins to get better acquainted with herself as she ages, she starts to feel the same way. "Gigi" sees its protagonist age from clumsy teenager to assured young woman, and Caron, more than convincing, is luminous as she adapts to the subtle changes in her character. The film goes through long stretches of banalities, and those dull stretches only occur because Caron isn't in every scene. When she is, though, she lights up the screen - she's a movie star of the highest quality, even if she never made it very far following the success of this film. So much of "Gigi" works - its cast is comprised of character actors who strike gold time and time again (Gingold is terrifically doting, Jeans hilariously shrill), and the storyline often manages to draw us in with its romantic heart. But it spends too much time worrying about Gigi's transformation and not enough time grappling with its romantic aspects, making the eventual courtship between Gigi and Gaston feel rushed and not as passionate as it would otherwise seem. With an extra twenty minutes or so, the union could have struck us with the same sort of immediacy Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard did in "Breakfast at Tiffany's". The haste makes it all feel slightly inevitable, coming along without much excitement or the necessarily sappy oohs-and-ahs. It's a disappointing component, especially considering that mostly everything beforehand (aside from the forgettable songs) keeps a stable balance of escapism, froth, and wit. Instabilities aside, though, "Gigi" spends the majority of its run-time making friends, not enemies - its unblinking optimism is infectious, and Vincente Minnelli's strong-handed direction makes it feel concrete instead of feathery. I just wish it were willing to take more risks and metamorphosize its characters into people rather than cutouts of people. This is the kind of film where a romantic angle can truly flourish; it's too bad "Gigi" plays it safe and hits all the predicted notes.
(au) wrote: Probably only meant for Nick Cave's fan, i watched it as flick and it was hell boring which could be look asides as it being a documentary but the even that seemed to be staged. Waste of time.
(us) wrote: Ultrastrange Sinatra curio that has him playing an ex-submarine captain who gets hired to bring up a Spanish Galleon. The Galleon is not there, but he DOES find a sub, well, why not just bring up the sub then? Amazingly, (by himself) he does just that, after this is done, they hatch a plan to use the sub to... hijack the Queen Mary Cruise Ship. Yes, A CRUSE SHIP. This is one very strange movie, with plenty of plot holes, inconsitstencies, and general oddness all around. I'd love to hear the back story behind this one. No wonder this is so hard to find.
(it) wrote: Yeah...pretty decent cop flick has some frustratingly slow periods but really knocks one out of the park as far as epilogues go. For sure a great early indication of how bat-crap crazy James Woods can be.
(kr) wrote: if your a fan of the show, then you will not be disappointed. They bring back the original cast and it picks off as though the show didn't end. Its not for everyone, but if your a fan of the show it's a must watch.