In this modern-day version of the Rasputin story, David Hemmings plays an up-and-coming senator, Nick Rast, whose young son is terminally ill with leukaemia. A mysterious faith healer, Gregory Wolfe (Robert Powell), appears and seems to cure the boy. Rast's wife Sandy (Carmen Duncan) falls in love with Wolfe, but the powerful interests behind Rast's career, represented by geriatric monster Doc Wheelan (Broderick Crawford) are less happy with events.

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Harlequin torrent reviews

Camille L (nl) wrote: Je pars du principe que pour pouvoir qualifier un film de quelque chose, il faut l'avoir vu. En entier. J'ai vu Pas Tres Normales Activites en entier. Et c'est une catastrophe industrielle, un travail ni fait ni a faire, une honte cinematographique qui ne merite que l'oubli dans lequel il semble s'etre fourre des sa sortie en salles. Comme quoi, il y a une justice dans le monde du cinema. Les acteurs sont nuls, la realisation est aberrante, le scenario est ahurissant de cynisme envers son public. N'en jetons plus, PTNA est le navet ultime, detestable et degueulasse.

Brittany S (ru) wrote: I saw this movie on Netflix, and it is amazing. Jocko Sims is a wonderful actor, and he not only showcases that here, but in the Starz television show Crash. He had to carry a large majority of the movie on his own, and he did it like a seasoned professional. I encourage everyone to see this, it's excellent work.

Ebony W (au) wrote: It started off pretty good, but fell apart as soon as the "monster" is revealed to the audience and started talking.

Yasemin Y (de) wrote: Don Cheadles performance is brilliant in this true story set during the atrocities in Rwanda.

Mariana L (gb) wrote: Very interesting and reflexive. 10/10 to this one.

Bailey A (ca) wrote: A true guilty pleasure. The concept is atrocious. The story is atrocious. Sandra Bullock is atrocious. Jason Patric is atrocious. The ending is abysmal. The only ship that makes it way through this storm is Willem Dafoe who as always, knows how to steal the show.

Jude P (br) wrote: The story is not new but based on actual events though, Pacino - Depp co.. keep us in the edge. Suffice to say one of the best of all Classic mob movies.

Andy P (au) wrote: House of Cards is high brow political drama of the finest sort, a caustic satire that boasts a towering performance from Ian Richardson that is wry, commanding and terrifying all at once.

Srabone M (fr) wrote: Another great 80's teen-flick!

Evan H (br) wrote: an interesting movie about this guy swindled out of his money, that he won in the lottery.

Francis O (nl) wrote: oh oh, ooh, ooooh! And ocean eleven too...

Brandon R (mx) wrote: Captain Phillips was a great piece of film making no doubt. Tom Hanks makes you cry with the ending that sticks with you.

Howard E (it) wrote: Noah Baumbach may just be the reigning king of creating complex and often dislikable characters. He's the guy who introduced moviegoers to Bernard Berkman (THE SQUID AND THE WHALE), Roger Greenberg (GREENBERG), Josh (WHILE WE'RE YOUNG) and Frances (FRANCES HA), to name a few. (I have to admit that I liked Frances though she was so screwed up.) With MISTRESS AMERICA we are introduced to Brooke (played by Baumbach's girlfriend and muse, Greta Gerwig, who also shares the film's co-writing credit).Brooke is Manhattan's gal about town. The 30-year-old is a whirlwind of activity, long on ideas but short on cash. Her newest "project" is mentoring Tracy (Lola Kirke, GONE GIRL), a lonely freshman at Barnard College who has ambitions of becoming a writer. The two women are about to become stepsisters, with Brooke's dad set to marry Tracy's mom. No sooner do they meet up then Tracy falls under Brooke's spell. She loves Brooke's bravado and is too young and naive to see Brooke for the colossal failure that she really is. But Brooke gives Tracy that push she needs to go and get what she wants.Baumbach and Gerwig have once again tapped into millennial angst and selfishness in the big city. If he is this generation's Woody Allen, she is his Diane Keaton and more. I have to admit that I liked FRANCIS HA better than I did this film but I still enjoyed both it and Gerwig's performance.