Minnesota Clay

Minnesota Clay

Wrongfully imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit, Minnesota Clay seeks revenge on the man who withheld evidence at his trial. There is a problem however, he is going blind.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:1964
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:escape,   prison,   fire,  

Wrongfully imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit, Minnesota Clay seeks revenge on the man who withheld evidence at his trial. There is a problem however, he is going blind. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Minnesota Clay torrent reviews

Ruan J (ru) wrote: Very 80s detective. Magnum springs to mind. Slow moving and blunt ending, but enjoyable none the less.

Joackim O (ca) wrote: On pourra legitimement dire que ce film aurait sa place dans la rubrique documentaire puisque pas de scenario, pas de paroles ou tres peu. C'est une experience qui fait reflechir sur le concept d'engagement et l'expression "comme on entre en religion". C'est peut etre parce qu'il n'y a pas de paroles et que le sujet est mysterieux que le champ de reflexion est infini et que par consequent c'est mon film prefere.

Daniel P (es) wrote: I hated the first 3D documentary Cameron did and never wanted to see this one.

Adam H (us) wrote: Possibly the worst film I've ever seen. Rob Lowe is shocking, the plot is thin as a tart's nickers, and the script is about as well put together as a Soviet tractor. I want my two hours back please.

Valerie P (mx) wrote: A Satanic cult is bringing the dark lord back to earth and must find an appropriate host body - a gorgeous, young girl. Rachel Leigh Cook's character is targeted as the perfect victim, and what then transpires is fairly formulaic and predictable. All of the usual, old-fashioned horror elements are present - evil cats, coffins, and skulls. Nothing spectacular.

Loyal D (gb) wrote: It was well acted and it was an uplifting movie, but it was insanely predictable, cheesy, and had a lot less to do with sports than I expected. It was a classic to some people, but to me it was overrated and outdated. Still a watchable film, but not as good as expected.

Richard D (ru) wrote: Stephen King really has no business saying that Stanley Kubrick did not know how to make a horror film. This film is garbage. The short story that it's based on is okay. Not the best material in "Night Shift", but fun stuff. For a story so clearly modeled on "The Birds", King has clearly not learned the lesson that the less explanation you provide for a ridiculous scenario, the better off you are. All his attempts to explain why killer trucks are attacking folks are awful (and the arbitrary last minute resolution to this explanation is insulting). Setting plot problems aside for a minute, the real problem is that King clearly has no idea how to direct a movie. The movie is terribly paced and really choppy, as if a lot of necessary connecting bits were never shot. He has a semi-decent cast here, but everyone overacts their paper thin roles. It's an ugly, unpleasant film.

Stuart K (au) wrote: What a wasted opportunity, this action-comedy was originally to have been written and directed by Blake Edwards, who was then dismissed by either one of it's stars, maybe both, and replaced by Richard Benjamin (My Favorite Year (1982) and The Money Pit (1986)), had Edwards not been sacked, it might have been worth it, but as it stands, it's just a soulless, unfunny mess. Set in Kansas City in 1933, it has former cop turned Private Investigator Mike Murphy (Burt Reynolds) teaming up with Lieutenant Speer (Clint Eastwood) with a case involving crime kingpin Primo Pitt (Rip Torn). Speer and Murphy used to be together on the force years previous, they couldn't stand each other then, and they can't stand each other now. When Murphy's partner Diehl Swift (Richard Roundtree) is murdered by Primo's goons, and a briefcase full of money has gone missing, and Murphy's current squeeze, rich socialite Caroline Howley (Madeline Kahn) ends up being kidnapped by Pitt, Speer and Murphy have to team up to bring down Pitt's gang and stop a crime war from escalating in Kansas City. The action is half-baked and cartoonish, Clint looks out of place while Burt hams it up to the nines, and while it has good intentions to be a cheeky homage to cop films of the 1930's, it feels dated and corny. Pity really.

Private U (nl) wrote: Tout aussi bon que le premier !

BRUNO V (jp) wrote: Always liked Kevin Bacon , but he's not the leadactor in this one ... Liked the Killings

Trev B (ag) wrote: Sounds like a classic