A shy and mute seamstress goes insane after being attacked and raped twice in one day. She wanders the New York streets at night in a sexy black dress with her attacker's gun strapped to her garter belt, blowing away any man who tries to pick her up.
- Category:Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller
- Stars:Abel Ferrara, Kathleen Gati, Zoë Lund, Bogey, Albert Sinkys, Darlene Stuto,
- Director:Abel Ferrara,
- Writer:Nicholas St. John (screenplay)
The film follows a young girl becoming crazy after she is attacked suddenly and raped, which explains the reason why she kills ruthlessly many man by using a .45 caliber gun. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ms .45 torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: This movie was visually crap and the story was the worst. What a stupid idea and waste of time!
(nl) wrote: Un montaje muy original para una historia no muy original pero bellamente presentada. La tcnica sorprende por lo simple y resultona, muy recomendable para ver con nios pequeos ya que carece de dilogos textuales.
(mx) wrote: Although praised by Kevin Smith and others as a must-see film, I don't see anything here that hasn't been covered off by other attempts to look at the psyches of shooters in school settings. I praise the Canadians involved in putting together a low budget well executed film but it would have been better to surprise the audience.
(jp) wrote: I think I liked this movie? On the surface, this movie seems like an incoherent mess of things that might mean something to the plot. Once you dig into the subcontext, you get an incoherent mess of things that might mean something to the plot. After watching this film, I just sat and thought. Did I see a terrible, random movie or did I see a brilliant self-aware film. I am still not sure. I have to go right in the middle and give this a three stars. This is not 2.5 stars simply because I do not believe in half stars.
(mx) wrote: Basically it's about a confused woman who will say yes to almost anything.
(nl) wrote: Pedagogically interesting, but too often slips from "dignified" to"mummified".
(au) wrote: Funny movie. A few scenes were a bit over the top (usually those scenes involved Matthew Modine...he's not really made for a mob movie!), but otherwise it was an enjoyable movie. Michelle Pfeiffer did an awesome job here as well.
(ru) wrote: rabies smittade hippies jagar varandra med yxor, kan va den mest fruktansvrt B-film jag nnsin sett.. p de dliga sttet
(es) wrote: great acting and story which was based on many silent screen actors. A remake could be made today on how success can bring the worst out in people.
(br) wrote: Richard Harris overstayed his welcome in my house - this would have been 4 stars if it lost 30 minutes or so, I reckon. But perhaps director Lindsay Anderson meant for Harris's performance to feel like an intrusion? After all, his modus operandi in the film is to push for what he wants, getting in everyone's face, whether he's wanted or not (and he manages to make himself unwanted). Of course, there's probably no blaming Frank Machin (the character's name) for wanting to use rugby to pull himself up out of the bleak British squalor (typical of producer Karel Reisz's own films) that he starts out in. But he's too blunt and overwrought to make a go of it, souring his chances and probably his life. Anderson would move on to other angry young men (notably in ...if).
(ca) wrote: With a universally relevant story of friendship and innocence destroyed by institutional rigidity and social injustice, Shoeshine is full of sentiment and tragedy, but devoid of villains and heroes. Despite being known for his warm humanism and sensitivity, De Sica is not afraid to show how flawed, compassionate individuals are made fearful and alone by the cruelty of the justice system, and then ruined by their own poor, but eminently comprehensible reactions.I wish there were more films like this being made today. Purveyors of cold, cynical modern American cinema should be burnt at the stake like witches.
(br) wrote: Henry Fonda is great as Frank James, and Tyrone Power is at his peak.
(ca) wrote: The famous tale of Gulliver's travels through the small town of Lilliput is recreated for the screen in a very underwhelming and lazy mixture of live action and animation. Certainly, in 1977 something technically better could have been made.
(gb) wrote: 2/26/2017: A pretty decent rom com type movie.
(de) wrote: Zombie Hunter (K. King, 2013)It is an extremely rare thing indeed for me to abandon a movie. I have watched somewhere north of four thousand films according to my spreadsheet, which is only 100% accurate past 2007, maybe 90% past 1999, and spotty before that, so the number is probably close to, if not over, five thousand (this is distinct titles, it doesn't count, say, the over one hundred times I have seen Before Night Falls, Begotten, or Scanners, for example). In all my movie-watching career, I have abandoned, with the definition of "abandoned" here being "turned off before it was over with no intention of ever going back and watching the rest of it", less than two dozen. As far as I can remember, the most recent file to receive that treatment was Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter, which I watched (forty-five minutes of, anyway) in 2003. Ten and a half years later, the execrable Zombie Hunter has been added to the list. It took me about thirty seconds to know this movie was going to get on my nerves. Martin Copping's horrible, overblown, faux-tough-guy narration style is impossible to listen to. Maybe there's less voiceover action past the thirty-four minute mark, but I will never find out. Perhaps this is the rare horror movie these days where Danny Trejo gets more than five minutes of screen time. Will never find that out either. Even the romance subplot was painfully ridiculous, setting up the nice girl against the slut, and I surely don't need to watch the rest of the movie to know how that one's going to turn out. The rest of the characters are about as shallow as those. That Zombie Hunter appeared on the worst of 2013 list of one Dread Central staffer is far less surprising than the fact that Zombie Hunter did not appear on the worst of 2013 lists of every Dread Central staffer; I can only assume the rest of them didn't see it. Compared to this, their consensus worst movie of the year, Texas Chainsaw, is Oscar material. (zero)
(it) wrote: Butler Kicks Butt Again!The sequel to the worldwide smash hit 'Olympus Has Fallen' begins in London, where the British Prime Minister has passed away under mysterious circumstances. His funeral is a must-attend event for leaders of the western world. But what starts out as the most protected event on earth, turns into a deadly plot to kill the world's most powerful leaders, devastate every known landmark in the British capital, and unleash a terrifying vision of the future. Only three people have any hope of stopping it: the President of the United States (Aaron Eckhart), his formidable Secret Service head (Gerard Butler), and an English MI-6 agent who rightly trusts no one.So I think I was probably one of the only people who saw this action-packed thriller and liked it. Yes, it is very violent and obscenity-laden, but I enjoyed the action and the story a lot. Butler is awesome in this role, and while it seems a little far-fetched that one man can take on an entire army of bad guys, I didn't find it any less believable than some over-the-top James Bond films. It was the perfect popcorn film, but not much more than that.