In Order Of Disappearance

In Order Of Disappearance

Upstanding community leader Nils has just won an award for "Citizen of the Year" when he learns the news that his son has died of a heroin overdose. Suspecting foul play, Nils begins to investigate, and soon finds himself at the center of an escalating underworld gang war between Serbian drug dealers and a sociopathic criminal mastermind known only as “The Count.”

Nils ploughs snow in the wild winter mountains of Norway, and is recently awarded a Citizen of the Year Award. When his son is murdered for something he did not do, Nils wants revenge. And justice. His actions ignite a war between the vegan gangster "the Count" and the Serbian mafia boss "Papa". Winning a blood feud isn';t easy, especially not in a welfare state. But Nils has something going for him: Heavy machinery and beginners luck. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


In Order Of Disappearance torrent reviews

Joretta W (ag) wrote: Good campy horror flicka. Grandkids loved it, not too scary

Daniel L (mx) wrote: I've seen plenty of bland action movies in my life, Drive Hard is one of the dullest.

Adam F (nl) wrote: "Superman vs. the Elite" isn't entirely successful in its discussions on politics and the price of power, but it's a decent superhero story. The story concerns a new group of superhero vigilantes that call themselves "The Elite". Manchester Black (voiced by Robin Atkin Downes), Coldcast (voiced by Catero Colbert), Menagerie (voiced by Melissa Disney) deal with supervillains their way: by killing them. The world seems to embrace these new heroes and shun Superman (voiced by George Newbern) as "old fashioned" and "cheesy". The conflicting ideals of these heroes pit them against each other.The quality of the animation varies from excellent to just ok and while most of the story seems grounded in semi-reality, with the fantasy and "comic-bookiness" being reduced to create parallels to our world, a scene with giant mutant insect tanks is really glaring and doesn't fit the tone of the story. What works is the chemistry between Superman/Clark Kent and Lois Lane (voiced by Pauley Perrette), the themes and ideas brought up by the conflicts and the discussions between our characters spread throughout the film. Adults that are familiar with the debate, which essentially is that of whether or not the death penalty should be a form of punishment, will find that they don't last long enough but it's refreshing to see the film take a stand on an issue it really believes in and stick with it. For younger audiences that haven't seen this material before, this is a good starting point and a way to generate some great conversation. Superman believes that killing is wrong under any circumstances, but he's also nearly invulnerable so does he really grasp the danger these villains he goes up against regularly really pose? To what extent is it ok to interfere with another country's politics and disagreements when you have the power to do so? If it is ok to take the life of another person, who judges how much is enough?When accompanied with the special features and commentary the film is a more complete experience and a lot more satisfying than just the feature by itself so it's preferable to set a generous amount of time aside and enjoying the special features immediately after to complement the faults of the film. The film is only ok by itself, mostly because it doesn't really have as much bite as you wish it would considering the themes, but it's worth your while. (On Blu-ray, September 29, 2012)

anomaly (de) wrote: Good acting amongst a sometimes eerie European backdrop.

Joey H (nl) wrote: Very cool and different movie. It has Asian, European, American, Mexican, and many other language films. Our Shari had anime and claymation. Some of the stories are very dumb or artsy, but overall very good movie.

Rudy R (us) wrote: no storyline, bad acting, piss-poor special effects

Kat G (es) wrote: It's good to see that he finally knew how it felt to treat the previous two women in the movie when the third one did it to him; I wish in real life that guys could understand their mistakes so well!

Joy N (it) wrote: Has a twist... Keeps you wondering.

Dario R (ru) wrote: This film has been on my Netflix queue for more than a year. The poster art looked interesting to me, plus I saw there were several film festival parenthesis above the title...figured it would be a good movie. I was way wrong, this movie was terrible from beginning to end. None of the characters or actors were likable, and it seemed it was more of a student film quality . Oh well...time waster.

Charles S (nl) wrote: dumb raunchy and funny......

Derek M (kr) wrote: Interesting and twisting, but a snarky dramedy with a parrot and dog.

Jouni U (ru) wrote: One of the best Swedish films ever made.

Joshua L (ag) wrote: Beautiful visuals, my favourite shakespeare movie

Justin A (br) wrote: Fucking love this movie

Sean O (br) wrote: recently seen it, good movie

Hannah S (es) wrote: I like George Burns, but this doesn't look all that great.

Ted S (ag) wrote: Watching this film is AGONY.I attempted to get through the film because it directly followed "SHE" on Turner Classic Movies. Do not waste your time.

Simon D (ag) wrote: like an extended episode of dad's army but with less laughs. Interesting true story though. For me the film was ruined by the frequent appearances of the blonde actor who I have always disliked, he's just got one of those faces I hate. Gordon Jackson, that's him.

Jacob C (us) wrote: 49/100 - The Big Year is a comedy that doesn't make me laugh enough. The chemistry between the three leads is solid, but on the whole this is a film that relies too much on emotional sentiment and not enough on making the audience have a good time. It's not a complete waste of time, though, as there are some funny and ironic situations that the three birders have to work their way out of. However, besides those few scenes, The Big Year generally falls flat.

Steve W (nl) wrote: Turning all sorts of cliches on its head, Tucker and Dale vs Evil is a fun bloody and violent romp that both homages and spoofs the genre quite nicely. There are some solid moments and the movie never lets up, even though its cheesy as hell. Definitely only for hardcore slasher movie lovers, as the casual person may not get all the references.