Knockin' on Heaven's Door

Knockin' on Heaven's Door

Two young men, Martin and Rudi, both suffering from terminal cancer, get to know each other in a hospital room. They drown their desperation in tequila and decide to take one last trip to the sea. Drunk and still in pajamas they steal the first fancy car they find, a 60's Mercedes convertible. The car happens to belong to a bunch of gangsters, which immediately start to chase it, since it contains more than the pistol Martin finds in the glove box.

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Knockin' on Heaven's Door torrent reviews

Gretchen M (us) wrote: Awesome! Really positive message in an accessible way.

Tiph C (ru) wrote: Although it was met with great hesitancy on my part... my daughter really wanted to try this movie again, so we just rewatched it together. While I still agree with my original review that this movie/storyline was too complex and intense for a 3yr... my whimsical, imaginative, adventurous now 5 1/2 year old really enjoyed it - and I did too! :)Original review 06/11 (2 1/2 stars) : Love the first Tinker movie.... was not so thrilled with this (2nd) one. It was like they were trying too hard to appeal to the older audience and it took away from the original, magical & whimsical wonderfulness they brought to the screen in the first one. It was way too deep, scary & boring for my 3 1/2 year old, and something about it (still can't get my finger on it) pretty much rubbed me wrong from the very beginning. Very Disappointed!

Mark C (de) wrote: While you've probably seen all possible plots for the whodunit or whydoit type of film, this one is pretty well executed, with Tony Leung spotting his most charming look since I could've remembered. Shu Qi is not as hateful as before in this one, maybe because I haven't seen her for a long while.

Josh G (fr) wrote: If the trailers can be believed, this is actually a disturbing horror film and not a soft-core porn. Either way, I'm happy - and there are THREE of these movies, all with what looks like the exact same plot. I don't know what else you want me to say: WANT TO SEE IT.

Robert I (ag) wrote: Kevin Smith and Sydney Bristow!? Yes, the movie is awesome for them alone. But Garner ends up with the wrong guy at the end.

Mitchell F (us) wrote: an unknown aussie classic

jonathan c (kr) wrote: Im 11 so I have to like the sex scenes.

Bloodmarsh K (de) wrote: Mark Ruffalo continues to be one of the most underrated actors going today - and you see why with the performance he gives here, which is fantastic. Laura Linney is the complete opposite, a mediocre actress, who digs deep from somewhere and manages to, maybe not match Ruffalo, but she holds her own.

Timmybwee B (jp) wrote: who wants to be a millionaire lol

Mark A (br) wrote: Hell, I thought it was pretty funny.

Paul H (ru) wrote: Chris Tucker must of had a million lines in this movie he couldn't stop freaking talking lol

Jason D (ru) wrote: Blood Rage (aka Nightmare at Shadow Woods) is THE perfect example of a so-bad-it's-good type of horror film. Completely devoid of continuity and quality filmmaking, the film begins at a 70's drive in, where youths are more concerned with getting laid rather than the movie. Young mother Maddy is trying to score on her big date, but it proves to be hard when she brings her twin kids (Todd and Terry), who get loose and one of them (Terry) brutally murders someone and blames the other twin (Todd). 10 years later, on Thanksgiving, the family and friends at the local Shadow Woods apartments are in for one hell of a night when Todd escapes from the hospital to come back and get revenge on his brother, who already gets things moving by amassing a large body count at the complex. Though the film is filled with lousy acting, amateur filmmaking (the film was released in 1987, but honestly, it looks like it came out of the early 70's), and corny 80's music, Blood Rage still manages to possess some charm to it with its overabundance of death and gore, some nudity, and a couple of intentionally humorous moments that are actually carried out well. The "biggest" name in this film would probably be Louise Lasser, but to many avid horror fans, the biggest would be a very young Ted Raimi in a brief appearance as a condom salesman. Not the best horror film, and not the best slasher, but it can be a real fun watch if you incorporate beer and friends. Not bad.

Zach E (gb) wrote: Best film ever made on the Vietnam war with an excellent performance by Burt Lancaster. Go Tell the Spartans is undeservedly obscure and it has been overshadowed by more popular movies which came out around the same time.The film is very realist in its depiction of events. While not picking sides or playing politics, the movie shows the circularity of the war and how it was fought entirely the wrong way.It is titled after the epitaph following the Battle of Thermopylae. "Go tell the Spartans, stranger passing by,that here obedient to their laws we lie."

Nathan C (ru) wrote: Looks Dull, Looks like any other action flick!

Bill B (ru) wrote: This was a rather classy horror anthology featuring some fairly big names in the indie horror field both in front of and behind the camera, and I'm happy to have finally given it a spin for my Halloween 2014 viewing.Well worth tracking down.