Hidden Agenda

Hidden Agenda

In Ireland, American lawyer Ingrid Jessner and her activist partner, Paul Sullivan, struggle to uncover atrocities committed by the British government against the Northern Irish during the "Troubles." But when Sullivan is assassinated in the streets, Jessner teams up with Peter Kerrigan, a British investigator acting against the will of his own government, and struggles to uncover a conspiracy that may even implicate one of Kerrigan's colleagues.

When a tape containing confidential tape is handed to an American human rights activist, it's becomes his death warrant. After the man being assassinated in Belfast, it's remain for his police detective - girlfriend to uncover the truth. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Hidden Agenda torrent reviews

Corey S (mx) wrote: Actually a really good heartwarming film and love Vincent Vaughn performance as a struggling guy in an extraordinary circumstance

Mikaela C (jp) wrote: It had its moments... and the ending rules! ;-)

Andrew P (br) wrote: It is good at the end, my wife and I enjoy that movie. Something that I do not understand how can people be happy all the time? ha.

Stephy M (au) wrote: it was worth watching nicole kidaman(she has such good prescence)not really a good movie but it is entertaining

Faian I (kr) wrote: fantastic movie salman khan rocks

Dale R (fr) wrote: Excellent, despite containing Sandler and Barrymore.

Yuventius N (fr) wrote: To lie or to not lie? Tough ... very tough.

Chris H (us) wrote: A solid but unspectacular JCVD film that features an intriguing premise and a few fun fight scenes.

Orlok W (ru) wrote: A wildly satirical look at mainstream and underground cinema--A treat for movie buffs!!

Holly B (kr) wrote: It was SO cute and funny!

Kevin K (it) wrote: One of Joe Pesci's best movies and Marisa Tomei plays a blinder!!!! Very funny; some great one liners. A must see.

Jason S (br) wrote: Cool but camp & funny.

John O (it) wrote: Although beautifully shot it's lack of a narrative or any kind of dialogue comes off as incredibly mundane and tepid. Maybe if it was around 40 minutes long it could fly as some sort of artistic experiment, but if there's one thing I can stand it's a movie without direction. I didn't take in anything from this viewing experience.

Private U (ag) wrote: while i did like the film, it didn't quite meet the expectations i'd been given. this is the only pasolini film i've seen to date, but i'm willing to another.i enjoyed the struggle of hating/empathizing with accatone, and the dream scene toward the end is particularly memorable.i think the near unreadable subtitles took away from the film for me, and i'd really like to see a re-dubbed version if one exists.

SV G (jp) wrote: A fair movie at best. It had some humor, some drama and just a little too long at 2hrs 10 minutes to carry this well. You could walk away and come back 15 minutes later and not really miss anything, but it had a large calvacade of stars to fill the time that was just a little longer than the title needed to explain itself.

Mary H (gb) wrote: It's amongst the blackest of comedies as director Ben Wheatley explores the nuances of budding love in his newest film. Sightseers surrounds Tina and Chris, played magnificently by Alice Lowe and Steve Oram, as their caravan holiday road trip quickly turns into a rampage of red, taking out anyone who crosses them. The brand new lovers both appear to be quiet, meek individuals with not much of a life to speak of. Chris longs to be noticed, to have some semblance of power. The poor guy can't even get a stranger to pick up the ice-cream wrapper he littered. Things change when Chris "accidentally" runs that guy down, brutally slicing him open to bleed out on the pavement. It's the first time we see into Chris' dark sociopathic mind. As the body count rises, it's impossible for Chris to keep his murderous tendencies from Tina. He manages to justify his actions to the psychologically stunted woman so desperate to be loved and not only does she accept him for what he is, she joins him on his killing spree. I know that what I've described sounds like a horror film, but this collaborative story from director Wheatley and actors Lowe and Oram will have you laughing from start to finish. These characters externalize with great humor what so many of us think about when we encounter people who walk on us. While it is dark and twisted, it is witty all the same. Sightseers is not for the faint of heart. Gore must be tolerated and a twisted sense of humor is a must to truly appreciate the film. If you enjoy movies like American Psycho (2000), Jawbreaker (1999), or God Bless America (2011) you will surely find this movie to be entertaining.

Quint L (ag) wrote: Till this day, this is the only movie that I have ever fallen asleep in.