Harsh Times

Harsh Times

Jim Davis is an ex-Army Ranger who finds himself slipping back into his old life of petty crime after a job offer from the LAPD evaporates. His best friend is pressured by his girlfriend Sylvia to find a job, but Jim is more interested in hanging out and making cash from small heists, while trying to get a law enforcement job so he can marry his Mexican girlfriend.

Returning from the Gulf War, Jim Davis, a US task force, couldn't integrate with life due to "war syndrome", divorced, unemployed. to survive must have money, Jim and his best friend Mike embarks on vocational "drain" where the money goes to danger . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Harsh Times torrent reviews

Debby S (us) wrote: This was fascinating to me because it's about the future in a more honest imagination. What will we be responsible for in the end?

Nicola W (us) wrote: I enjoyed this, it reminded me of Home Alone where the kids keep escaping the criminals. It was a fun movie with a magical happy ending. Sad to think Patrick Swayze is no.longer here. Kept me entertained for 2 hours anyway :)

Rob L (de) wrote: The images are familiar - over familiar of course - but the shocking fact remains that nobody above the level of Staff Sergeant has undergone prosecution for the events at Abu Ghraib prison in 2003. This eye wateringly difficult movie to watch (I started once and had to give up for a time when my head was a bit more together) rams home the whole story by interviewing the main perpetrators, Lyndie England among them - and although some reviewers have seen them as beyond sympathy, that old excuse - 'following orders' is more watertight here than on many occasions in the past.I would perhaps have preferred a straightforward documentary approach and as is typical with almost everything to do with the Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns, only Americans appear - if Britain was not present at Abu Ghraib, then it's hard to imagine her soldiers' whiter than white image rings true. And as for Donald Rumsfeld? He's still a free man you know.

Stuart K (mx) wrote: Directed by Katja von Garnier (Abgeschminkt! (1993) and Bandits (1997)), this adaptation of Annette Curtis Klause's 1997 teen novel had been in development hell for nearly a decade, going through nearly a dozen directors and potential leads before the producers finally got around to adapting it. So much was changed from the original novel, that it should have been given a different title, but it has a few cheesy moments. Vivian (Agnes Bruckner) is 19 years old and has the power to turn into a werewolf, she's recently moved to Bucharest to live with her Aunt Astrid (Katja Riemann), who can also turn into a werewolf. Her mate was Gabriel (Olivier Martinez), who left Astrid, but now has his eyes set on Vivian. Meanwhile, Vivian has started a relationship with comic book artist Aiden (Hugh Dancy), who is smitten with Vivian, but he doesn't know her secret. Astrid's son with Gabriel, Rafe (Bryan Dick), finds out about Vivian and Aiden's relationship, and tries to put a stop to it, for Aiden's own safety, but Gabriel has plans of his own for Vivian. It is a sort of precursor for what was to come in the Twilight films, only this is done on a much lower budget, and it shows in places. It's too dull to be classed as a guilty pleasure too, plus studio interference and poor distribution saw that this sadly sank without a trace at the box office.

Laurent S (au) wrote: Un film onirique : drame insoluble gouvernant les etres, images magnifiees et irreelles d'une mediterranee atemporelle... Une belle reussite.

Joe H (it) wrote: bruno mattei, what are you up to here. came across this by accident (thats what she said) and couldnt believe he did it! worth a watch for a laugh

Erik D (fr) wrote: Carried by John Cleese, but funny "almost road trip" movie. Watch during a slow day.

Grayson W (mx) wrote: Cool movie where a couple high schoolers move to a new town and live in a Christmas themed carnival that their aunt and uncle own. Very random. A group of extreme bully hillbillies are ran by James Spader who tries tormenting their lives.

Nahid M (it) wrote: exquisitely beautiful.

Amy F (es) wrote: John Travolta dressed as a woman ... what a cool sight that was