Eyes of Fire

Eyes of Fire

A preacher is accused of adultery and he and his followers are chased out of town and become stranded in an isolated forest which is haunted by the spirits of long dead Native Americans.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:1983
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:haunting,   occult,   ghost,  

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Eyes of Fire torrent reviews

Sandy K (fr) wrote: Pop musical about an anorexic young woman finding her voice through music after a stay in a mental hospital. The music is pleasant, but nothing special or memorable; and the plot drags.

Kirk B (au) wrote: Was not that happy with this movie

Ekene O (ca) wrote: Grade: C+. I was whatever honestly. I think it was the length of the movie that made it seem like everything was slow and dragged along.

Ebony M (au) wrote: Boring. Couldn't watch the whole thing

Jaime R (us) wrote: An interesting and fascinating kind of film about searches for love, with a delightful yet disturbing sense of humour.

Maya M (nl) wrote: Still my favorite movie. The cinematography is beautiful, very creative, and there is so much symbolism. Wonderful acting and the music was amazing. Definitely thought provoking and Arronofsky's best film in my opinion. They really pulled together all the pieces of what makes a movie memorable. I've heard a lot of people say they don't get it or they need to watch it more than once. A refreshing film amongst the many lazy plots and overly "entertaining" films made nowadays.

April W (jp) wrote: David Spade is comedic as always, but it just seemed to lack something. Has quite a bit of crude language.

Grant H (mx) wrote: Very good movie. Funny, deep, with great performances from its two leads.

Fong K (it) wrote: This passable comedy, punctuated with vignettes of food-centered skits, is about the titular heroine learning to make the best noodles from an unlikely posse of food critics, a truck driver, a gangster, a vagabond and a chauffeur.

Phil C (br) wrote: Fixed Bayonets could have been another propaganda type US war film of the period, however Sam Fuller delivers a tense and solid film. Lots of off hand references from the squad members about the 'police action' and the Korean war in general, which is surprising considering the war was ongoing.

Andr D (de) wrote: La primera gran adaptacin flmica de una novela de Agatha Christie, dirigida por Sidney Lumet, nos presenta al gran detective belga Hercules Poirot (interpretado de manera casi pattica por Albert Finney), resolviendo un asesinato en el Expreso de Oriente que incluye a 12 sospechosos. El reparto es exquisito: Ingrid Bergman, Vanessa Redgrave, Lauren Bacall, Sir John Gielgud, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Sean Connery, Michael York, Jacqueline Bisset, Anthony Perkins... qu ms puede pedir un fantico del cine? La direccin es slida, la direccin de arte maravillosa y el final sorpresivo sigue siendo efectivo.

Dave M (nl) wrote: Money. Exotic locales. Money. Sex. Money. What's not to like? Not only are those things part of the appeal of "Runner Runner" (R, 1:31), but they're also what tempt the lead character into a situation that eventually threatens to deprive him of everything he's working for.Justin Timberlake plays Richie Furst, a brilliant student in a master's mathematics program at Princeton. When his attempts to fund his education through online poker backfire, he gets desperate. Now, Richie isn't just your average gambler. He knows poker, and gambling runs in his family, as we understand when we meet Richie's father (John Heard). Richie uses his knowledge of gambling, mathematics and computers to gather proof that he was cheated. He flies to Costa Rica to confront the man behind the poker website in question - Ivan Block (Ben Affleck), an American entrepreneur who may or may not be a legitimate businessman. Their encounter leads Ivan to hire Richie to help him run his website. Richie's good at it and it's a shortcut to everything he hoped his Ivy League education would bring him. Meanwhile, a relationship develops between Richie and Ivan's former lover, Rebecca (Gemma Arterton). Things are going swimmingly for Richie until Anthony Mackie's FBI Agent Shavers steps in and tries to threaten Richie into turning against his employer. Will he or won't he? Which of these characters are the criminals and which are just doing their jobs? The answers eventually reveal each character's true allegiances, just as Richie seems hopelessly boxed in on all sides.This is an above-average thriller that keeps you guessing. Justin Timberlake has legitimate acting chops and it was fun to see Ben Affleck take on such a morally ambiguous character, and nice to see that he didn't overplay his hand. This movie is part "Ocean's 11" and part "The Firm", but still manages to feel original. The twists and turns are many, but allow the audience to keep up and enjoy getting the answers to those questions I mentioned earlier. "Runner Runner" isn't what I would call brilliant, but it's reasonably well-constructed and pretty entertaining. "B"

Donna M (de) wrote: very hilarious, I laughed the whole time