Machine Gun Preacher

Machine Gun Preacher

The true story of Sam Childers, a former drug-dealing biker who finds God and became a crusader for hundreds of Sudanese children who've been kidnapped and pressed into duty as soldiers.

Sam Childers (Gerard Butler), a former biker, decides to go to East Africa to help repair homes destroyed by civil war. There he  becomes a crusader for hundreds of Sudanese children who've been forced to become soldiers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Machine Gun Preacher torrent reviews

Bradley P (nl) wrote: What were clever 1st and 2nd acts in Insidious were followed by an almost slapstick 3rd act was what made the first one nearly fall apart at the seems near the conclusion. Unfortunately for Insidious: Chapter 2, the tone of the film greatly suffers as most suspense and tension is completely ruined by the bumbling paranormal sidekicks from hell. Whether or not the codeword is Quesadilla or not, Insidious 2 suffers greatly because of a plot that is convuluted in terms of creating new rules for the sake of plotting and a sequel. When you attempt to explain the boogeyman, you usually end up demystifying it and making it a joke and/or not scary. Insidious 2 does try to add and connect with the first one but it feels as though they merely wrote chapter 2 in a weekend to set up for a third part.

Kjetil H (es) wrote: Herlig hyllest til en superflott mann!! Og fine historietimen oxo!

Kevin H (it) wrote: The staged shots are ludicrous and the genuine moments are inconsequential. There's nothing revelatory here--Taylor is essentially sucking Zizek's intellectual dick for an hour, which makes for mildly interesting material but doesn't call for a documentary of its own.

Josh B (de) wrote: I first came across this movie by accident on one of the Australian television stations. It was named 'The Triumph' and I thoroughly enjoyed its heart, and performance from Matthew Perry. I recently viewed it again on DVD and found it just as good the second time around. The film may not be a masterpiece of cinema, and I'm not even sure it was released into cinemas. But it is a memorable experience for me, with a stellar performance from Perry. In essance the film is a beauty, and it is a shame that it will not be viewed by very many people.

Ryan C (ca) wrote: Wow, I kind of want to see this just to piss Schneitz off. And Chris, since you've seen it, does that mean that you're fueling the idea that the director should make another film as well? Or does the mark of satan comment balance it out?

Hernn B (mx) wrote: Revolution is my boyfriend!

Anthony I (ag) wrote: I'm not particularly a fan of George W. Bush's politics, and his work during his time as president, so it doesn't take a super conservative to see the fishiness that is Fahrenheit 9/11. I admire Moore for making, in my opinion, the most powerful piece of political propaganda in American cinema. He's an intelligent man, no doubt. But I don't admire how smug he is. The whole film has a self-aggrandizing quality to it, that seeps through Moore's narration. He talks with a lot of fake sincerity in his voice. It's as if what he knows everything there is to know about Bush, and he's such a genius for pointing it out. It doesn't take a genius to know that political selfishness was one of the many reasons why 9/11 happened. However, I don't believe that Bush was in bed with Bin Laden and the oil companies, and shed nary a tear when the towers came crashing down. Say what you will about Bush, he has a soul, and he was devastated over the attacks. I was entertained, but fairly annoyed at the arrogance of this movie. Sorry, Moore, you're a great filmmaker, but you don't fool me.

Sarah F (ca) wrote: Cinematography in the beginning was really good. Some scenes were unnecessary - which seemed like they were trying to make it more tense, which in themselves were well shot and acted, but did not fit the rest of the movie. The story was at times hard to follow, but by the end it's worth it and you can see where it was coming from. Makes you want to watch it again now that you know what's going on.

Karen H (au) wrote: 2014-06-07 pretty lame

Jamie B (es) wrote: Exciting from start to finish.

Not L (us) wrote: A fun twist to the thriller genre.

WK J (au) wrote: great movie, horrible sound track

Russ B (es) wrote: 3/16/2017: A dumb, but very funny movie with many big name cameos.

Chris B (us) wrote: It is always hard stretching a 22 minute sitcom to a full length film but they manage to do this perfectly with the Inbetweeners! The great thing with the film is that this feels warranted as the characters start the film as they do in the series and actually progress to a new place by the end. The jokes are funny, the characters wonderful and the run time is just right.

Todd S (us) wrote: Americans are fascinated with criminals, and most films about them either focus on the criminal or on the people who are trying to catch them. With the recent uptake in school shootings, the one element that is often overlooked is the parents and what, if any, their role is in all of this. That is the focus of award winning film, We Need To Talk About Kevin. Kevin (Ezra Miller) has always been an angry, troubled kid, brought up by an upper middle class family. Kevin had a loving family, everything he could ever want, but still orchestrated a horrific mass shooting at his school. Despite all evidence to the contrary, his mother (Tilda Swinton) can't help but think that somehow everything is her fault, and by and large the community agrees. This is far and away one of the strongest performances I've ever seen Tilda Swinton give, and that's saying a lot, because she has always been terrific. Watching this was almost difficult, as one could actually feel her pain and see in her eyes the emotional toll everything had taken on her. She did nothing wrong, but everyone from the press to the owner of the local grocery store, blames her for the actions of her son. The film flashes between before, during, and after the event to show the differences in the lives and personalities of the characters, in a way that I've never seen before, it was really ingenious. This film delves deeper into the heart of darkness and into the eyes of the unseen victims in one of the most powerful films I've seen in years. We Need To Talk About Kevin may even be too emotionally overwhelming for some, but by in large it is one of the hardest hitting and most realistic dramas you may ever find.