Fugitive at 17

Fugitive at 17

Suspected of murdering her best friend, a teenage computer-hacker goes on the run to find the real killer.

The movie follows Holly Hamilton, a fearsomely independent teenage girl who owns expert computer hacking skills. Suspected of murdering her best friend, Holly goes on the run to find the real killer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Fugitive at 17 torrent reviews

Joshua H (ca) wrote: a significant improvement on the original, but still irredeemably nasty.

Aaron S (es) wrote: Way too melodramatic. Ok movie. Watch the PG-13 rating. Definitely some bad language and iffy parts for kids.

Tass (fr) wrote: BADD!! not worth the watch.

Nicolas K (ru) wrote: very funny film, acting wasn't as convincing but humourous though. The chemistry felt forced too

Darryll H (de) wrote: a very good true story, the acting in this is great, and pretty acurate to facts, i reccomend

Sheridan P (fr) wrote: True Romance was obviously a good formula for Christian Slater

Nicki M (ca) wrote: I think I would rather cut my ear off than watch this movie ever again. While technically a good film, it has been a long time since I loathed two characters in a movie so much. The plot is basically smug, whingey, whiney 30 something (who dresses more like 40 something. Sooo frumpy all the way through this) marries womaniser, thinking of course that she is different and can change him. Oddly enough, he is soon cheating again (what a shocker). I found Meryl Streep's Rachel so unpleasant I really felt very little sympathy for her. Ditto Jack Nicholson's Mark - I don't think he was even meant to be likeable. It was just little things like her complete lack of manners anytime she was being served in a shop (right down to final scene with obnoxious child who looks like a female Chucky. Yes, that's just what I would hope to be stuck next to on a plane). Just the most self observed character ever. And this is supposedly a true story. Heaven forbid.

Alex K (es) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.

Jr J (ag) wrote: Grew up watching this movie. Loved every minute of it. Its funny and exciting. The action is decent. It's dated now because of the cold war being over. But st the time it was great.

Shawn W (nl) wrote: Not hard to see why Kareem Abdul Jabbar dated Pam Grier back in the 70's. She has a presence in this blaxploitation film.

Jim H (ru) wrote: A group of thieves recruit a bumbling fool in their quest to steal a dagger from a museum.In the tradition of Ocean's Eleven this is a decently plotted heist film. There are a few plot twists that give the script a clever feel, but it's pretty basic. The best part of the film is Best Supporting Actor Oscar-winner Peter Ustinov who makes us both pity and sympathize with Arthur Simpson. Sometimes he's too dumb to know better, and other times he's just clever enough to make him likable. I didn't like the film's style; the opening credit sequence reminded me of an Adam West Batman fight, and Melina Mercoun's performance as Elizabeth Lipp quickly annoyed me; she's the drunk girl in the bar who can go home with anyone else but me.Overall, Topkapi is light and sometimes fun but innocuous.

Dave R (ag) wrote: mitchum plays a war veteran who has returned home to continue the family business: running moonshine. with the squeeze being put on them from the government and organized crime and the danger of his family being torn apart he must decide what to do.i really enjoyed this. mitchum turns in a good performance and the story is pretty good. there is also some pretty good car scenes.

Sal W (nl) wrote: I consider this one to be a cult classic.Try watching it with the commentary as well you'll enjoy it even more.