Someone does a nasty hatchet job on a San Fransisco big noise and the Assistant D.A. takes charge of the investigation. Through a web of blackmail and prostitution involving the Governor, an old lover of the law man emerges as a prime suspect and he has to deal with his personal feelings as well as the case.
- Category:Thriller, Crime, Drama
- Stars:David Caruso, Linda Fiorentino, Chazz Palminteri, Richard Crenna, Michael Biehn, Donna Murphy, Ken King, Holt McCallany, David Hunt, Angie Everhart, Kevin Tighe, Robin Thomas Grossman, Jay Jacobus, Victoria Smith, Drew Snyder,
- Director:William Friedkin,
- Writer:Joe Eszterhas
When a prominent art dealer is found murdered, the man's death leads to an intriguing investigation steeped in sex, corruption and crime. A bright assistant D.A. investigates the case and hides a clue he found at the crime scene. He soon goes on heartbroken because evidence point to the woman he still loves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: Although it's plot is sweet and Vince Vaughn as the main character is good, Delivery Man simply just fails to excite or interest the viewer, possibly due to a sub-par script, lack of originality or simply just the sheer amount of genre clichs it uses. In all, it isn't a total trainwreak of a film; however one that needs to be improved upon greatly to surprise the viewer.Verdict: C
(au) wrote: 0 stars. On a positive note, anything Maniratnam makes from here on can only be better because rock bottom has been hit. Wow. Didn't see this one coming at all!
(es) wrote: i love this movie...
(es) wrote: Really? This is the film I have been hearing about my whole life? There is no plot, no point, and no structure to anything. Meandering nothing to the finish line.
(ca) wrote: This movie isn't anything special, but what it does it does pretty good
(us) wrote: "Earth Vs. The Flying Saucers" nem sempre o filme mais interessante ou lcido, na distino que pretende fazer entre o valor da cincia e o poder de fogo norte-americano, mas tudo isso secundrio perante o interminvel festival de efeitos especiais pela mo do grande mestre Ray Harryhausen. Verdade seja dita: o simptico sci-fi de 1956 mostra alguns dos mais convincentes discos voadores vistos nesta poca, embora todo o subtexto de parania no esteja muito altura disso.
(br) wrote: For those who look at Douglas Sirk's All That Heaven Allows as nothing else than a tearful melodrama or perhaps maybe a 50's soap. All That Heaven Allows is actually the complete opposite of that. It's about the society at that time, that was strict and unconventional, where every one lived in a big white house with a perfect wife, with perfect kids. All these thing that can get in the way of ones real desires in life. Or is it just me who loved the movies that is inspired by this very first.It's about the lowly widow Cary Scott (Jane Wyman) who falls for the muscular and handsome gardener, Ron Kirby (Rock Hudson). But her high society suburban friends and neighbors does not approve of her relationship with a young and poor gardener. Cary is frozen out by every one, even by her own children, because they thinks she's violates the memory of their deceased father. Cary don't whom to chose, her family of her big love. But Ron thinks the answer is so easy, that he even doubts their relationship.All That Heaven Allows is a wonderful film that inspired a lot of other wonderful film such as Rainer Werner Fassbinder's Fear Eats the Soul, and Todd Haynes' Far From Heaven. They both have taken a step further, to themes involving transracial relationships. Even though All That Heaven Allows theme doesn't seems so radical today, compared with our more open society. It's still a pretty good movie that evokes the same feelings. Thumbs up.
(nl) wrote: Being a fan of JCVD, Assassination Games hits the mark! Well! It's not your typical Van Damme film, but it gets its point across. No question!
(it) wrote: A man who lives with numbers dancing on his tongue confronts an England whose most elite institutions and their masters have no room to consider that genius can come from Madras in the form of Ramanujan.