A young man, morally destroyed by his parents not loving him and by the fear of being not capable to make his girlfriend happy, rises on the ledge of a building with the intention of committing suicide. A policeman makes every effort to argue him out of it.
- Stars:Paul Douglas, Richard Basehart, Barbara Bel Geddes, Debra Paget, Agnes Moorehead, Robert Keith, Howard Da Silva, Jeffrey Hunter, Martin Gabel, Grace Kelly, Frank Faylen, Jeff Corey, James Millican, Donald Randolph,
- Director:Henry Hathaway,
- Writer:John Paxton (screenplay), Joel Sayre (story)
An unhappy man threatens suicide by standing on the ledge of a high-rise building for 14 hours. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Fourteen Hours torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Tom Hanks seems just to be cashing it in lately. Very empty basically flight with out the drugs and alcohol.
(de) wrote: "You know what's really sexy about a guy? Not being able to tie your shoes!" I wonder how many people in the Indian audience groaned at that. Some of the music videos are really forced. There's a lot more drama, romance and tragedy that the first two. At almost 3 hours there's enough for that, Now You See Me/ Prestige plot points and some amazing motorcycle stunts. The addition of Aamir Khan (Ghajini) as a magician/thief takes precedence over the buddy cops. Katrina Kaif is gorgeous. New director (Tashan) and new vibe, but still a good time. The highest grossing Indian film of all time.
(ag) wrote: Timothy Grey strives for Michael Moore status in the documentary. "Under the Eightball" starts like Roger & Me exploring the history of his sister's medical battles and discussing the history of the good people of Michigan and its industries. Then, after Lori's death, it goes into biological weapons and how Lyme disease may be the unfortunate result of Nazi ideas and Japanese ingenuity.
(br) wrote: Most of this movie felt like I was playing a video game (especially the scenes shot in first person) but there wasn't much here we haven't seen before from better movies like Lone Survivor, Black Hawk Down, the Expendables, etc. I'll never give anything but credit and respect to Navy SEALS but they don't really make the best actors unfortunately.
(mx) wrote: Pretty crap, and worse of all not very scary
(us) wrote: Probably the worst Romero film, but it's still worth checking out. It starts off good and then gets super cheesy at the end.
(br) wrote: Le falta la profundidad y el aire fro que tanto caracterizaba a su secuela? y que la hacan especial. Una lstima.
(gb) wrote: A visual feast, swinging from the untouched wilds of Earth, to the industrial wasteland of man, the killing fields of slaughters past, from the extreme rich to the broken poor: Baraka is a must-watch for anyone who wants to see more of our little planet.
(ru) wrote: Goofy as fucking hell
(br) wrote: First of all, making a sequel to a movie like "Arthur" is an absolutely horrendous idea and whoever came up with it should walk to his grave. Second of all, from all of the negative reception for this movie, why should I even bother seeing it? It is probably as bad as everyone says it is. This also brings me to the topic of the remake, or reboot. Why? Just stop making sequels to good movies unless you can do it right hollywood, and STOP making HORRIBLE REMAKES! Nuff said.
(gb) wrote: This movie is a homage/parody to the gangster movies from the early days of cinema with very impressive acting from the young cast. The accents and inflections down to the body language is very spot on. I don't know why, but replacing guns with pies and Custer guns is hilarious when used in a seen that would normally be dark
(au) wrote: The definition of cool.
(it) wrote: Low budget but nice effort. Worth a look?on cable.