Fighting with Anger
Ray (Fleming) is a young, beautiful and deadly assassin looking for answers about her past. Will (Willie Nelson) is her aging mentor who assigns her to a series of new jobs and may know more about her past than he is letting on. When an innocent woman is killed, Ray is faced with the pain of her past and a new nemesis that emerges from the shadows. Fighting With Anger is a non-stop martial arts action thriller filled with gripping mystery, blazing gun battles, and fast and furious hand-to-hand combat!
- Stars:Willie Nelson, Kelli Fleming, Jon Boatwright, Trant Batey, Rommel Sulit, Damon Stith, Rayford Sewell, Marci Garcia, Chrissy Mayer, Thomas Mayer, Ailina Rose Mayer, Lawren Janes, Asad Durrani, Ja-Il Lee, Allen Stephens,
- Director:Sam Um,
- Writer:Todd Van Horne, Lauran Janes, Sam Um
Ray (Fleming) is a young, beautiful and deadly assassin looking for answers about her past. Will (Willie Nelson) is her aging mentor who assigns her to a series of new jobs and may know more about her past than he is letting on. When an innocent woman is killed, Ray is faced with the pain of her past and a new nemesis that emerges from the shadows. Fighting With Anger is a non-stop martial arts action thriller filled with gripping mystery, blazing gun battles, and fast and furious hand-to-hand combat! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Fighting with Anger torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Good movie, Kim Basinger was good but not as good as she has been. Seemed a little unreal. Suspenseful in parts and dull in others.
(jp) wrote: didnt get good til the second half, Jared Leto was HOT!
(nl) wrote: disturbing, , but Heigl and Dpardieu make it work.
(ag) wrote: This is just the best ever film! I actually thought I dreamt it, but here it is. Anyone know where I can get my hands on a copy??
(kr) wrote: A near-wordless exploration of the strain of a dull job and a disrespectful family, and how long it takes for one to crack.
(es) wrote: Fun and nostalgic movie.
(kr) wrote: Deliverance was not at all what I was expecting. I was aware of the most famous and disturbing scene of the film, but I never suspected that was the harshest part of the whole thing. I thought that was the start of the terrorism that would be rained down on the main characters throughout this film, but instead it's a psychological thriller. The movie isn't about "what are we going to do" instead it's about "what have we done." That's not to say that the film was less thrilling than I expected, because fear and regret can be just as terrifying. It had me on edge through the rest of the film because I kept wondering what would happen to the protagonists next, and are they even protagonists any more. I was hoping there would be another significant confrontation in the film (perhaps it's rooted in my innate desire to see a proper resolution to every story) but the movie had other ideas about how it would wrap things up.I was bit surprised, because I thought Deliverance was a big Burt Reynolds starring role, but the real lead of the film was Jon Voight. I was glad that was the case, though, because Voight had more complexity to his character, while Reynolds and the other two leads were a bit one-dimensional. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of this film is how they used the actors themselves steering through the rapids. There were probably a few shots where stunt doubles were used, but by and large it was clearly the actors themselves wielding the paddles. This kind of authenticity and realism is so rare nowadays that it's nice to see they committed to it so completely back then. Another interesting aspect of the film was how it used simple banjo music to create an unsettling atmosphere. Dueling Banjos is such a fun and cheerful song, and it feels that way at the beginning, yet somehow as the movie goes on there's an ominous feel to that same tune. Deliverance is the kind of movie that I can say I'm glad I saw once, but I never need to see it again.
(mx) wrote: I love this film so much--another Judy Holliday screwball comedy directed by George Cukor. Notable for the screen debut of Jack Lemmon, Holliday had great screen chemistry with both suitors of her love triangle, Lemmon and Peter Lawford. In today's media-obsessive and Facebook-oriented culture, where selfies and 'food porn' are splashed online whenever people leave their homes, I wouldn't be surprised in the slightest if this got remade with contemporary twists (here, Holliday pays part of her life savings, simply because she wants her name, 'Gladys Glover', on the largest billboard of New York City, after she loses a modeling job for being too fat--and chaos ensues when Lawford's company, who's father has always utilized that billboard for their ad campaign every summer, wants to know why it's reserved, and with simply the huge words, 'Gladys Glover' on it.Lemmon's doings, both in being so intrigued by her that he moves into her apartment building, right across the hall from her, and in making a documentary film about their meeting, when he incorrectly thinks he's licked and that she's chosen Lawford as her partner, were very nice touches, from the Garson Kanin script. If you come across a film that comes from one of his screenplays, don't hesitate for a moment. Chances are very good that you're in for a real treat.A documentary DVD extra on Lemmon's life and career (which I believe was on my copy of 'Glengarry Glen Ross', but I may be wrong) is called 'Magic Time: A Tribute to Jack Lemmon'. It's great, and well-worth checking out. He sometimes gets short shrift amongst cinephiles because he mostly does comic roles, but he didn't get two Oscars and eight nominations overall for nothing. Though he's more well-known both for his films with Walter Matthau, and as the alter ego of Billy Wilder in seven of his films, check this out if you've ever been a fan. You'll be very pleasantly surprised by this little gem.